A music video with a difference, using traditional native music. Many Sabahans are ready for change as well.
Komas hosts a discussion on marginalised communities and the coming general election.
In his Easter message to Rome and the world, Pope Francis has called for peace in a world divided by “greed looking for easy gain”.
This one takes the cake! Instead of finding out the real reason these children are “underprivileged”, the response is a typical bandaid kind of assistance.
Controversy has flared over who exactly will benefit from the rebates for smartphones. What do you think?
Is income inequality an inevitable result of full-blown meritocracy, allowing the ‘cream’ to capitalise on their talents and skills to raise their income levels, or are there other structural forces at play?
“As long as there are huge man-eating crocodiles in rivers to blame, the political and corporate crocodiles of Sarawak will continue feasting – unconscionably – upon the lives of the poor.”
The Malaysian economy has entered a critical phase. Integrated into the global trading system as part of an export-led economy and driven by foreign direct investment, the economy today is feeling the effects of a global slowdown.
The federal government’s recently announced minimum monthly wage of RM800 for Sabah and Sarawak falls below the poverty line of the two states, Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has pointed out.