Need A Haircut, Go To Sarawak

IF the Government does not revoke the Movement Control Order come June 9, Malaysia will still not have hair salons and entertainment outlets opening. While the latter affects a splinter of the population, hair salons and barbers have affected us all. There are murmurs that CMCO will be lifted and all retails sectors will be […]

5G Aint Happening With Spectrum Cancellation

Just days after the announcement by MCMC on the awarding of the 700Mhz spectrum to Maxis, Celcom, Telekom, DIgi and Altel, the agency under the Communication Ministry has retracted the awards after receiving flak from industry players. The body which oversees communication development in the country including broadband deployment, was actively engaging with stakeholders since […]

Air Services Rises From The Dead

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that demand for air services is beginning to recover after hitting bottom in April. Passenger demand in April had plunged by 94.3 percent compared to April 2019, as Covid-19 induced travel restrictions had shut down both domestic and international air travel. However, more recently. figures have shown that […]

Covid 19: MoH Reports 277 New Cases, Bringing Malaysia’s Cases To Over 8000

Today, the Ministry of Health identified 277 new cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 8247 with 1,573 active cases as of June 4. Of the total cases, two are imported. Out of all 277 local transmission cases, 271 were non-Malaysian cases and four cases were Malaysian nationals. 28 new cases have recovered, […]

Donald Trump’s Master Plan For Re-election Revealed; Will It Work?

As believable as it may sound, you wouldn’t think that Trump would actually use his first official address since the killing of George Floyd to threaten mobilising the US army. But that’s exactly what he did. Having spent the whole weekend sending incendiary tweets (some of which might have been from an underground bunker), the president […]