Foundation’s secure channel for food aid

Boon Keat: Corporations and NGOs can also opt to use the MyKasih system which is available at no cost.

AS MALAYSIA moves towards becoming a cashless society, digital payments via e-wallet apps such as Boost, GrabPay and Touch ‘n Go have become more widely accepted.

In fact, with the Covid-19 pandemic that calls for hand sanitising, physical distancing and contactless exchange of money, such electronic transactions are fast becoming the norm.

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