Golden Mineral Sdn Bhd takes authorities to task for saying that the state government subsidiary ordered to make payment has been wound up.
The anti-graft agency says many will be hauled in for questioning.
MACC deputy chief commissioner says this is why the commission needs more time to wrap up investigations, adding that they hope to charge some suspects around Hari Raya.
MACC says the report as well as the audit report previously given to the commission will be studied in detail.
The Johor Bahru Sessions Court orders the assets to be returned to Abdul Latif Bandi and his son and daughter-in-law.
He is the third person to be arrested so far in connection with the case.
The former defence minister says if the land swap mechanism brings no benefit to the military, the government should come up with an alternative solution.
This is in addition to a report to MACC in February on 2 projects involving the construction of army camps in Paloh, Johor, and Hutan Melintang, Perak.
Muhammad Shafee Abdullah says this is hampering the legal team from preparing the ex-prime minister's defence in the SRC case.
The officer allegedly solicited and accepted RM1,800 in bribes in December 2017.
Deftech while facing an investigation by the MACC is experiencing a drop in stocks now.
Magistrate's Court frees another two on MACC bail.
The ex-PM's wife is alleged to have corruptly accepted RM5 million as gratification to help firm secure the project.
Five other individuals were also arrested and remanded for further investigation.
Mohamad Sabu says the government lost more than RM500 million because of these deals.
A year after Cabinet decision to reopen the 10-year-old case, the Teoh Beck Hock Trust for Democracy questions the lack of information.
Instead they say the government should strengthen the existing Integrity and Standards Compliance Department of the police force.
The chief minister says he was only passing the message.
Sabah Umno says it is the government's trend to use MACC against the opposition during elections.
Couple being investigated by MACC in connection with corruption involving millions linked to Felcra.
If the top have no integrity, why should we expect the staff who are lower in the pecking order to act with honesty and perform their work with diligence?
Many questions need to be answered in the wake of the lorry driver protection racket scandal in Penang.
Wilfred Madius Tangau says his party has no money to return the RM1 million it allegedly received from Najib Razak.
The money is alleged to have been paid in return for not taking action against a man found in possession of syabu.