Wednesday, August 4, 2021


Najib’s ex-media guy agrees to surrender RM7 million

The anti-graft agency says the money will be transferred to 1MDB's trust account.

No political interference in high-profile cases, MACC assures

MACC chief says the prime minister himself has given his word that there will be no interference in the agency's work.

Businessman who escaped MACC building last year charged with RM2.1 million money laundering

Alvin Goh and his brother Goh Yeong Hui claimed trial to all seven charges against them.

Ex-immigration department staff suspected of helping forgery syndicate, says MACC

MACC chief says the suspect is believed to have had access to the database system despite the person's services being terminated several years ago.

MACC confirms immigration database hack by forgery syndicate led by Datuk

Five arrested, including syndicate leader.

Ex-bank president arrested over alleged bribes to approve RM400 million loan

He is said to have given special treatment by approving the loan without following procedure and without due diligence because of the bribes.

Ex-IGP to IGP: Name corrupt senior officers in police force

Musa Hassan says this will ensure fairness for all the rest who are not on the payroll of crime syndicates.

RM48 million forfeited from accounts of Jho Low’s dad now belongs to govt

No third party turned up in court today to claim the money, which totalled RM48,491,064.

‘Selective prosecution’ in 1MDB charges, Anwar told PKR MPs

The remarks were part of the PKR leader's explanation to justify his plan to cooperate with Umno.

Anwar turns to ex-AG over claims ruling MPs spared from 1MDB charges

The PKR president meets MACC chief Azam Baki on the back of claims that his party's MPs are being induced to cross over to the ruling bloc.

Zahid took out RM9 million from charity’s account after GE14, court told

MACC investigating officer says this was within Zahid's power as the sole signatory of Yayasan Akalbudi.

Company, ex-director claim trial to bribery in first commercial graft case

If convicted, Pristine Offshore Sdn Bhd faces a fine of not less than 10 times the sum of gratification or RM1 million, imprisonment of up to 20 years or both.

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