Khazanah Nasional Bhd has strayed outside of its core businesses and invested in too many things.
Dr Mahathir today reiterated concerns over the country’s financial situation, saying Putrajaya is looking to sell non-essential properties both locally and abroad.
Charles Santiago was quizzed at Bukit Aman for three hours on statements he made regarding Zakir Naik.
Despite Zahid Hamidi stressing that the UMNO-PAS cooperation is not based on racial politics, Dr Mahathir believes it does have to do with race and religion.
More than half of the tigers that Thai authorities confiscated in 2016 from an infamous Tiger Temple tourist attraction have died.
Dr Mahathir has refuted claims that Azmin Ali will be joining his party Bersatu.
Zuraida describes those who criticise her proposal on promoting unsold high-end houses to China and Hong Kong as lacking in "national economic concepts".
Private developers, and not the government, should be the ones to find a solution to the glut of high-end property.
PH told to keep promises to 5.5 million voters who supported it during GE14, while Malaysians urged not to give up on “new beginning”.
Hadi Awang indicated that PAS may bring Umno on board their Kelantan and Terengganu governments.
The Shared Prosperity Vision is an effort to close the gap between the rich and the poor, urban and rural as well as worker income.