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Some people are collecting money at vaccination centres
A Selangor Council Member revealed that he has received 30 complaints from the public about being asked to pay a certain sum of money for walk-in vaccination at vaccination centres in Shah Alam
Buying MPs: MACC interviewed 3 DAP MPs
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has interviewed three Members of Parliament (MPs) from DAP on corruption allegation
Police hand over Ipoh Barat MP’s RM30 million corruption report to...
The Perak Police had handed over the report on Ipoh Barat Member of Parliament (MP), M. Kula Segaran, who alleged received a message with corruption element to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)
Datuk taxi company owner to be slapped with RM95,000 corruption charges
An owner of a taxi company with Datuk title will be charged at the court tomorrow over allegation of instigating and receiving bribery from an individual to resolve ongoing corruption trial.
MACC arrests 3 including 2 DOs
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has arrested three individuals including two former Chairmen of municipal councils in Selangor for allegedly accepting bribes from project contractors and property developers in their area.
Tengku Adnan freed of RM2 million corruption conviction
The Court of Appeal has discharged an acquitted Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor from his RM2 million corruption charges and 12-month jail sentence.
Company manager arrested over RM60million government project bribery
The remand of an assistant secretary of a ministry yesterday by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has led to the arrest of another man today.
Renowned supermarket executive remanded for RM40,000 coruption investigation
A female executive of a renowned supermarket is remanded for seven days beginning today until 28 June to assist in an investigation for instigating and accepting bribes over cleaning works between 2018 and 2021.
4 involved in RM42 million project corruption remanded for six days
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has remanded four individuals including a civil servant from a ministry to assist in an investigation of a supply tender for an enforcement agency amounting to RM42 million.
Another banker remanded over RM18 million personal loan corruption case
After six bankers were remanded on 9 June, today, another staff from the bank is also remanded for seven days beginning to assist into the investigation of asking and receiving bribes from personal loan borrowers amounting to RM18 million from 2018 to 2020.