Don’t sideline politicians just because they are politicians and don’t appoint professionals just simply because they are professionals.
Centre for a Better Tomorrow expresses concern over recent appointments of politicians to lead GLCs, saying only qualified professionals should head these firms and agencies.
Women’s Aid Organisation says recent appointments of women to top positions will help close the gender gap.
The highest ranked Malaysian on the Official World Golf Ranking as of Oct 1 will also earn the right to play in the CIMB Classic.
He says Khazanah will be managed by a professional group and Dr Mahathir Mohamad is expected to announce several names soon.
However, they will be rewarded with bonuses if they perform well, the prime minister says.
Bank Negara says the ready availability of foreign workers, especially in low-skilled jobs, has distorted wages and made employers reluctant to pay locals more.
An analyst says more money in consumers' pockets will end up being better for the incumbent government.
G25's Sheriff Kassim says this was in the face of some ministers claiming MPs are not well equipped to talk about certain matters.
RM1.111 billion of the RM1.158 billion in additional assessments and penalties imposed against errant taxpayers this year was levied on doctors, report says.
Initially, Abdul Hamid Mohamad says, they will not interfere in the management, but old habits die hard and that is when abuse of power or misuse of public funds come in.
Malaysian professionals are considering working in Singapore following the country's move to increase wages starting next year.