Mustafa K. Anuar

Mustafa is a senior journalist with The Malaysian Insight.


1 week ago

The essence of humanitarian aid amid pandemic

Politics should be secondary in aid distribution as the people need help immediately.

The essence of humanitarian aid amid pandemic

2 weeks ago

Having the cake and eating it, too, in Sabah

The unwillingness of some Sabah politicians to oppose the appointment of a PAS assemblyman is a betrayal of their mandate.

Having the cake and eating it, too, in Sabah

4 months ago

When leadership is driven by luxury cars

The money spent to acquire such cars could be better used to alleviate the people's economic hardship.

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When leadership is driven by luxury cars

4 months ago

The unfounded rumour of Redzuan’s resignation

If politicians are to resign, it should be done based on principles rather than political whims.

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The unfounded rumour of Redzuan’s resignation

4 months ago

Communities facing post-pandemic environment

The people must not let their guard down and take Covid-19 for granted.

Communities facing post-pandemic environment


5 months ago

’Sheraton Move’ turns anniversary of triumph into one of dashed hopes

Bloodless coup leaves Malaysians less than sanguine about their future.

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’Sheraton Move’ turns anniversary of triumph into one of dashed hopes

6 months ago

E-learning challenging for some under MCO

The less-privileged do not have the resources to keep up with their education curriculum online.

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E-learning challenging for some under MCO

6 months ago

Migrant workers cast aside amid MCO

Migrant workers fuel Malaysia's economic growth but they are now being hung out to dry during the MCO.

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Migrant workers cast aside amid MCO

6 months ago

When our ministers go abuzz over Covid-19

Gaffes by cabinet officials have gotten social media up in arms amid the Covid-19 crisis.

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When our ministers go abuzz over Covid-19

7 months ago

A week-long search for integrity

Malaysians who voted for reform are disappointed with the outcome of last week’s political crisis.

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A week-long search for integrity

8 months ago

Slander at nation’s peril

Liars and slanderers must not be allowed to freely spread their malice on the internet.

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Slander at nation’s peril

8 months ago

When accidents befall the builders

Health and safety of workers must take priority.

When accidents befall the builders

8 months ago

The folly of silencing artistic expression

The fiasco is reminiscent of Barisan Nasional's method of shutting down artistes who were critical of the then government.

The folly of silencing artistic expression

8 months ago

Tasik Chini an impending disaster

Unesco site teeming with wildlife faces extinction if pollution continues unabated.

Tasik Chini an impending disaster

8 months ago

Why resistance to fake news laws the way forward

Govt to be lauded for allowing media freedom and free speech even as rumours spread in tandem with Wuhan virus

Why resistance to fake news laws the way forward