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KOTA BARU: Concerned with the plight of traders affected by the cancellation of Ramadan bazaars in Kelantan, the Odajer.com website has come forward to offer 10,000 free retail slots worth more than RM20mil.Its founder Muhammad Amar Mirza Ab Kadir Jailani, 27, said that previously, every trader registered through the website would be charged RM2,497 for each account.
IPOH: The Ramadan bazaar near the Perak Stadium here drew a large crowd on its first day of operation after being disallowed last year owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: The fasting month has started for the Muslim community in Malaysia, with most states allowing bazaars and terawih prayers.
GEORGE TOWN: Ramadan bazaar traders are eager to make up for lost time after their businesses came to a standstill last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic
KEPALA BATAS: With the Covid-19 pandemic still at a dangerous level, this Ramadan will be a modest affair for most people as far as the meals for breaking fast are concerned.
JOHOR BARU: Cookie traders here have started preparing for the coming Ramadan, which they hope will be better than last year when sales dropped by nearly 70%.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Pasar Datuk Keramat Hawkers Association's help centre counter opened around 10am on Thursday (March 18) to help traders whose business premises were destroyed in a fire on Wednesday (March 17) afternoon.
PUTRAJAYA: The authorities will no longer advise or warn the public and business outlets to comply with the movement control order (MCO) regulations and will now move to act against violators, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): The ministries of Home Affairs, Health and Culture, Youth and Sports have, following discussions, agreed to allow the public to buy food to break their fasts during Ramadan through a pre-order and drive-thru business concept.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - For 15 years, Siti Zabedah Abdul Wahab's family food business has opened for one month a year, selling murtabak, a pan-fried bread stuffed with meat, at Malaysia's popular Ramadan bazaars.