Today's number of new cases is the highest since the pandemic first struck Malaysia in January.
General-secretary J Solomon said thousands of lowly-paid workers had either lost their jobs or are clinging to it, making them unable to service their loans at this time.
PMD's research division hid documents in Cyberjaya condo owned by witness in ex-spy chief’s CBT case
Mohd Azmin Hashim, who is the executive director of Worldbay Network — a company that specialised and procured communications surveillance equipment to intercept mobile phone conversations and text messages — testified that he had lent his apartment to Datuk Ruslin Jusoh, the deputy director of the Research Division under the Prime Minister’s Department in 2018 to keep documents.
Witness in ex-spy chief's CBT case says millions in cash confiscated from raids during investigation
MACC officer Muhammad Nizhar Kadir said US$4.07 million was confiscated at an apartment in Cyberjaya, and RM220,000 from a house in Terengganu, under an MACC raid operation code-named 'Ops Dinar 2', in August that year.
Deputy public prosecutor Muhammad Iskandar Ahmad told the High Court they will prove that she had misappropriated these funds meant for the government which she received in her capacity as director-general of the Research Division of the Prime Minister's Department.
The 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB)-Tanore trial is set to continue today with its chief executive officer (CEO) Mohd Hazem Abdul Rahman still on the witness stand.
Vell Paari made the application in a suit he filed against Samy Vellu to determine whether the former MIC president's mental state would cause him to be unable to manage himself and his affairs.
During examination-in-chief today, Mohd Hazem Abdul Rahman, who is testifying against former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in the 1MDB-Tanore trial as the 10th prosecution witness, said he received a salary of RM93,000 a month as chief operating officer (COO) when he first joined 1MDB in August 2012. Mohd Hazem said that when he was promoted to chief executive officer (CEO) in March 2013, he received a salary of RM97,000. Furthermore, during his tenure, he received a five-month bonus in his first year when he was COO and a 10-month bonus when he was CEO.