Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail says news report on 'marriages of convenience' merits further investigation to ensure the welfare of the Orang Asli women and kids.
The Perak DAP chief responds to news reports that a state exco member had allegedly raped his Indonesian maid.
The prosecution is waiting for case management by the Court of Appeal to fix a hearing date, says official from Attorney-General's Chambers.
It takes patience and diligence to find the right person to care for your loved elderly one.
Yohanna Banunaek says she was shocked by acquittal of Adelina's employer of murder charge.
Baby Jane Allas lost her rights for healthcare after she was terminated from her previous employer after a cancer diagnosis.
Hundreds of thousands of Indonesian women go to Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan every year for domestic work, despite reports of widespread abuses and near slave-like living conditions.
About 133,000 people in Niger, a country of 20 million, live as modern-day slaves.
Two migrant workers, who have sought assistance from Tenaganita, describe shocking incidents of physical and mental abuse by their employers.
Beauty parlour manager Linda Seah was convicted last month for the abuse inflicted on Phyu Phyu Mar in 2016.
Women's rights political party Gabriela denounced Duterte's "repulsive" comments and called for him to resign.
Tursilawati claimed she was acting in self-defence when she killed her employer in 2010 after he tried to rape her.
Carousell has been told to take down the offending posts immediately after it was informed about them on September 14.
Aside from entertaining denizens of Mumbai's hip comedy scene, Mhatre has become a voice for India's largely-voiceless domestic workers, many of whom face discrimination daily.
Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says the public must allow the judicial system to determine the process legally without putting it under pressure.
Father of six is sentenced after he failed to raise reasonable doubt in the rape of 19-year-old victim.
This after the DPP reveals that the prosecution has yet to receive the post-mortem and chemist reports.
Many questions still remain over the court case and the future of the maid.
Shah Alam High Court says the good behaviour bond imposed by the Petaling Jaya Sessions Court was incorrect.
This after Rozita Mohd Ali failed to turn up for her review hearing in the High Court last week.
Immigration DG Mustafar Ali tells daily the department has received a court order blacklisting Rozita Mohd Ali from leaving the country.
Prosecution had filed notice of urgency in maid abuse case that has drawn widespread attention after woman was bound over for good behaviour instead of being jailed.
The online petition has collected more than 20,000 signatures so far.
Activists accuse the governments of both Malaysia and Indonesia of failing to take the protection of maids seriously.