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C4 launches website to allow public to report corruption

Corruption watchdog C4 has launched a website that allows the public to lodge reports regarding public figures living beyond their means.

C4: Find Pastor Koh same way Peter Chong was traced

The NGO urges police to investigate the 'bizarre' circumstances surrounding activist Peter Chong's trip to Hatyai and Pattaya.

Let public join in fight against corruption, C4 tells MACC

They can be the eyes and the ears of MACC, says C4 excutive director Cynthia Gabriel

C4 wants citizens to sniff out kleptocracy trails

C4 is looking for volunteers to sniff out corruptions by taking photographs of unexplained luxurious properties and cars.

1MDB’s total loss estimated at RM39 billion, says anti-graft body

SCANDAL-RIDDEN national investment fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), has lost an estimated RM39 billion through fraud and mismanagement, said an anti-graft watchdog, most of which is irrecoverable.

Southeast Asia: civil society and governments join forces against corruption

Civil Society Organizations agreed on a set of proposals for action by States both at the national and regional levels, such as within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

Annuar suspension: C4 chief calls for full Mara audit

Cynthia Gabriel says auditor-general, MACC must take urgent action following Mara's suspension of chairman Annuar Musa, over possible misappropriation of funds.

Arrest Jho Low following revelations in S'pore court, M'sian authorities told

The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4) has called on Malaysian authorities to arrest and prosecute Penang-born billionaire Low Taek Jho, better known as Jho Low.

Why President Trump is Bad for Freedom... in Malaysia

Civil activists in the country enjoyed US support under Obama, but the incoming president’s anti-China stance may require him to turn a blind eye to Najib’s domestic agenda

Best way to stem graft is to lead by example, NGOs tell PM

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has been urged to lead by example on his reminder to civil servants this morning not to take what rightfully belongs to the people. "Our message to Najib is practise what you preach. The best way to stem graft in the public sector is leadership by example," said Center to Combat Corruption & Cronyism (C4) founder Cynthia Gabriel.

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