THE idea of every government-linked company (GLC) having an “integrity and governance unit” is certainly laudable.
Which makes me one of the laziest people on Earth.
With Malaysia again hosting the SEA Games after 16 years, it is a shame that our sports heroes of the past are not given due recognition and rewards for their contributions.
Islam permits trade but forbids usury, so proper Islamic banking and finance should take the investment-inclusion approach.
The human spirit remains strong despite the world’s growing refugee crisis.
The West African nation’s commitment to democratic traditions makes it stand out in a sullied crowd.
The appointment of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as chairman of Pakatan Harapan is the mother of all U-turns but opposition leaders are looking to him to deliver the Malay heartland seats.
IT is amazing how the triumphs of athletes can thoroughly capture a nation’s attention. The shared pride and joy cuts across all divides, bringing people together and inspiring them to do better.
Many writers and even some officials fall into this trap – using the same expressions over and over again, it’s almost automatic.
THE dessert course was about to be served when the emcee asked whether anyone in the audience would like to come up and sing.