SHAH ALAM (Jan 6): Former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi was offered alternative charges by the prosecution for 33 of his 40 charges of bribery involving the overseas visa (VLN) system.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 13): The High Court was told yesterday that former Deputy Prime Minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi received ‘political funds’ of RM1 million through a cheque from Profound Radiance Sdn Bhd in January 2018.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 12): A witness told the High Court here yesterday that the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) Football Association received a cheque for RM1.
Yayasan Akalbudi trial: Witness was asked to sign statutory declaration about Ahmad Zahid's credit card bills
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 10): An Umno assemblyman told the High Court here today that he was asked to sign a statutory declaration in connection with the use of Yayasan Akalbudi (foundation) funds to pay the credit card bills of former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 10): The High Court here was told today that RM360,000 from Akalbudi Foundation was used for voter registration, in cooperation with Umno, in August 2015 and November 2016.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 9): The High Court today was told that the road tax and insurance for 20 vehicles belonging to former Deputy Prime Minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi amounting RM107,509.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 6): Former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and family had bought 39 insurance policies for 20 vehicles owned by his family totalling RM72,209.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 5): Former deputy prime minister Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and his family members had taken four types of insurance policies for 12 vehicles totalling RM44,602.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 3): A BMW 320i (A), an AUDI Q7, and a Mercedes Benz CLS 350 were among 18 luxury vehicles, many of which bearing the registration number "38", owned by former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Zahid Hamidi and his wife Datin Seri Hamidah Khamis.
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 28): A company director dealing with work permits told the High Court yesterday that he had to seek favours from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) when his firm's contract to operate a one-stop centre (OSC) in Dhaka, Bangladesh was terminated in 2015.