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The streets of Johor Baru city centre, once abuzz with business activities and visitors from across the border, are now dotted with individuals who sit and wait for free food and handouts from generous passers-by.
ROHINGYA holding United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) cards can work at Pasar Besar Meru until the end of April.
The number of people giving out food packs to those living on the streets has tripled since the first movement control order came into effect in March last year.
There is excitement in the air at mealtimes when people gather to wait for free food given out by non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and individuals.
A majority of the people waiting for handouts in Johor Baru city centre are not actually homeless, but those who lost their jobs in Singapore and were forced to return to Malaysia due to the pandemic, says a state executive councillor.
THE government’s ruling for eateries to only operate until 8pm for takeaways and deliveries during the movement control order has given rise to problems not only for restaurateurs but also the public.
WITH the latest movement control order that prohibits dine-in at restaurants, some restaurateurs have learned lessons from the first MCO last March to maintain their businesses.
THOSE living in and around Kampung Desa Aman, Sungai Buloh, have had to put up with pitch-dark roads for the past two years because of lack of proper street lights.
THE Johor Digital Economy Centre (JDEC) aims to train talents and content creators to take on current and upcoming economic challenges.