There is no evidence that Kadazandusuns are in favour of being clumped under Dayaks.
The special officer to Penampang MP Darell Leiking says the party deputy president is friendly with vice-president Peter Anthony.
Where they once lorded over Sabah, they are now reduced to playing a supporting role in the context of being a political powerhouse.
PBS acting Youth chief Christopher Mandut asks why 'outsiders' are appointed to important posts as there are many qualified Sabahans.
Political analysts say Kadazandusun Murut parties lack capable and young second-line to replace outgoing leaders.
Ukoh Jeremy Malajad says members are confused and frustrated as there has been no word from party president Joseph Kurup in almost a month.
Joseph Pairin Kitingan, the Huguan Siou, is, for the first time in decades, missing from the festival.
Rakaman video tersebar di Sabah menyasarkan imej 'Melayu' silam Shafie Apdal dalam Umno dan mempersoalkan dakwaan memperjuangkan hak Kadazandusun Murut.
Videos are making rounds in Sabah, zeroing in on Shafie Apdal's past 'Malay' image in Umno and questioning his claim to championing the Kadazandusun Murut community.
The PCS president says all parties suffer the same fate every election because of disputes over candidate selection.
Abdul Rahman Dahlan says Shafie knows Warisan will lose badly if the former PM visits Sabah.
Bekas adun Bingkor di bawah Parlimen Keningau, Justin Guka mendakwa semua parti majoriti KDM dari BN dan 2 parti pembangkang lebih mementingkan kuasa daripada keperitan rakyat.
The Warisan deputy president tells the Kadazandusun Murut people that politicians are happy exploiting their 'imaginary disunity'.
The PBS deputy president says formation of a presidential council comprising BN's Kadazandusun Murut-majority parties will minimise any sabotage during GE14.
The Parti Cinta Sabah president believes that a splinter party will only further split the Kadazandusun Murut votes in GE14.
A street poll finds Sabahans divided on the need for race-based parties, with young voters wanting to abandon the practice prevalent in local politics.
PBS deputy president is confident party can wrest Kota Kinabalu parliamentary seat and mount strong bid to regain six state seats lost in the last election.
Opposition Parti Cinta Sabah believes local parties have to work together to represent multi-ethnic groups as Sabahans will still vote along racial lines.
It will have an extra floor to accommodate more traders and feature culture of Kadazandusun Murut community in Penampang.
He regrets action of a certain opposition MP from the KDM community who called on Upko to close shop.