Monday 22 September, 2014 / Leave a comment
The Sarawak Dayak Graduate Association (SGDA) wants the state government to effectively enforce laws prohibiting traders from taking advantage of the proposed GST and spiking up prices of goods.
Speaking to RFS today Dr Dusit Jaul tighter surveillance was needed in the rural areas and urged Dayak grassroot NGOs to be alert to profiteering traders.
Sta tuned for Dr Dusit Jaul.
Slavery is prevalent in the vast plantations in Sarawak’s interior. RFS’ Peter John interviews one such ‘slave’ who describes the conditions under which they live and work.
Tune in for more tonight.