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Letters

Additional places in public universities bring cheer

I>MALAYSIA Nanban/Ihas welcomed the Government's decision to increase the number of places in public universities. It said the move would bring cheer to many STPM holders.

Letters

Impossible for EPF to pay more in lacklustre market

EMPLOYEES Provident Fund contributors can be excused for being disappointed if the dividend for last year should be lower than previously, comments V.K. Chin.

Nation

Syndicate uses fake papers in EPF scam

Police have uncovered a syndicate, which allegedly uses fake documents, including fake death certificates to make illegal withdrawals from the Employees Provident Fund (EPF).

Nation

Four EPF members punished for fraud

Four EPF contributors were yesterday imposed sentences ranging from a RM3,000 fine to 30 days#8217; jail by the magistrate#8217;s court here after pleading guilty to using false documents to withdraw their savings.

Letters

Workers need new skills for better wages

b>By V.K.Chin/b>

Lifestyle

From mansion to flat

A year ago, after their company Ken-Air collapsed, Kenny and Kristine Goh left their palatial bungalow in Singapore for a more modest life. Goh tells LI-ANN WEE how they#8217;ve picked up the pieces, and how family life has blossomed amidst business failure.

Letters

Give peace a chance, says PM

The week that was from Feb 24 to March 1. Compiled by K. USHA DEVI.

Business

The fund's (EPF) conundrum

EPF is under pressure to preserve capital yet enhance reutrns. The choices, though, are frustratingly few.

Business

Excerpts from an interview with the EPF's CEO

DATUK Azlan Zainol, says a long-time EPF official, lends a #8220;corporate feel#8221; to the otherwise civil-service-like environment at EPF. But creating an ambience is clearly not Azlan's main priority since the 53-year old accountant joined EPF back in April 2001.

Nation

Low-wage EPF members may pay more to meet retirement needs

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is considering introduction of a two-tier contribution system under which lower-income members will contribute a higher percentage of their pay into the fund.