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Don’t use religion for political capital, says Rafidah

SHAH ALAM: Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz says it is not surprising that Umno and PAS have joined forces, as the move is a political one.

Rafidah: Social media not the place to announce policies

SHAH ALAM: Social media shouldn’t be the place where Cabinet ministers ‘run’ the country, says Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz.

Stop sending perplexing messages to the public

From ASSOC PROF DR RAFIDAH HANIM MOKHTAR, President, Women’s Alliance for Family Institution and Quality Education (Wafiq).

Daim: Change isn't easy, will take time

EXCLUSIVE: FROM the Cabinet to China, a wide range of topics were covered in a 90-minute exclusive interview with Tun Daim Zainuddin at his posh office on Level 60 of Menara Ilham.

Right leaders at right time and right place will produce positive results

Just two days ago I had an interesting chat with His Excellency Daniyar Sarekenov, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakstan regarding the topic of leadership. Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of the Republic of Kazakstan had relinquished his duties as Head of State/President on March 19 before the next presidential rlection scheduled for 2020.

Inspiring women to greater heights

FORMER Minister of International Trade and Industry Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz will be one of the speakers at a high-level conference organised by the Penang Women Chamber of Commerce (PWCC).

EAC’s first meeting discusses bread-and-butter issues

PUTRAJAYA: Tackling the cost of living, increasing the people’s purchasing power and improving the living standards of the B40 group were among issues raised at the Economic Action Council’s (EAC) first meeting.

Dr M chairs first EAC meeting, cost of living takes centre stage

PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad chaired the first meeting of the Economic Action Council (EAC), which had tackling the cost of living high on the agenda.

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Do open APs only benefit the rich?

Open approved permits (AP) for the import of reconditioned vehicles are mostly for the higher end market, targeting richer Malaysians.