Two social enterprises bag Gamuda Inspiration Award


PETALING JAYA: With the Covid-19 pandemic forcing the people to embrace the new normal, Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA) 2020 is also seeing a departure from the norm.Following the enforcement of the conditional movement control order, there will be no official ceremony to give away the awards to the top 10 winners.

This year will also see not one but two out of the pool of 10 winners chosen to receive the coveted Gamuda Inspiration Award (GIA), which comes with an additional RM50,000 in the form of a grant.

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