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  • Ceramah Perdana Segari Persiap Jemaah Menyambut Ramadhan

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Ceramah Perdana Segari Persiap Jemaah Menyambut Ramadhan 3 May 2019 Pada 4 Mei 2019, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) telah menganjurkan Ceramah Perdana Segari yang bertempat di Masjid Khairul Jariah, Kampung Segari, Perak. Ceramah yang disampaikan oleh Ustaz Haslin Baharim, seorang pendakwah bebas, telah disaksikan oleh 500 hadirin yang datang dari Segari dan sekitarnya. Turut hadir ke majlis tersebut, Orang Besar Jajahan Manjung, YDH Toh Seri Bijaya Lt. Kol (B) Dato' Shaharudin bin Haji Nazari dan Pengurus Loji Janakuasa Lumut, En Mohd Salehuddin Abu Bakar. Bertajuk “Persediaan Menyambut Ramadhan”, Ustaz Haslin menyampaikan ceramah dengan bersahaja dan berseloroh. Sebagai panduan kepada hadirin, beliau telah menyatakan enam perkara penting yang perlu dilakukan seorang Muslim di sepanjang Ramadhan bagi memanfaatkan bulan ini. Enam perkara tersebut adalah 1) amalan bersahur untuk mendapat keberkatan, 2) berdoa berterusan semasa berpuasa, 3) bersederhana sewaktu berbuka puasa, 4) berusaha untuk solat tarawih di sepanjang bulan ini, 5) memperbanyakkan membaca Al-Quran dan 6) memperbanyakkan solat sunat, terutamanya solat tahajud di 10 malam terakhir. Ustaz Haslin juga berpesan supaya hadirin tidak meninggalkan solat lima waktu yang merupakan salah satu rukun Islam kerana berpuasa tanpa solat merupakan amalan yang sia-sia. “Di bulan ini, syaitan diikat oleh Allah supaya hamba-hambanya dapat menjalankan ibadah dengan lebih baik. Jadi, ambillah peluang ini untuk meningkatkan ibadah kita kerana Allah telah mempermudahkan kita untuk melakukan kebaikan di bulan ini.” Oleh itu, Ustaz Haslin menegaskan bahawa persediaan menghadapi Ramadhan amat penting, terutamanya dari segi ilmu, supaya ibadah dapat dilaksanakan dengah sempurna. Beliau juga menyarankan hadirin untuk memperuntukkan sejumlah wang untuk bersedekah kerana ianya amalan yang amat digalakkan di bulan ini. Alhamdulillah, selain menambahkan ilmu pengetahuan para hadirin, program ini berjaya mengeratkan lagi silaturrahim antara Malakoff dan penduduk setempat.

  • Vision, Mission & Corporate Values | Malakoff Corporation Berhad | Kuala Lumpur

    Leading our nation towards a cleaner, brighter future. Who We Are Our Journey Vision, Mission & Corporate Values Vision, Mission & Corporate Values Vision To be a leading global energy generation and environmental solutions player, shaping a greener future through innovation and sustainability best practices Mission Corporate Values Integrity We conduct our business with a sense of honesty, truthfulness and transparency in all situations Teamwork Our interdependence brings togetherness and strengthens relationships to accomplish our Vision & Mission Innovation Our creativity and ability to look at things differently are the platforms for our advancement ​ Excellence We strive for perfection and conduct ourselves in a professional manner ​ Harmony We respect our people, care for the environment and uphold governance Aspire to become the preferred employer of choice Deliver superior shareholder value Sought after as a partner of choice Sustain best-in-class operating discipline Earn respect as a good corporate citizen Spearheading the momentum towards achieving a circular economy

  • Save Our Sea Programme 2020

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Save Our Sea Programme 2020 21 February 2020

  • Malakoff Organises Friendly Bowling Tournament with Johor Authorities

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Organises Friendly Bowling Tournament with Johor Authorities 21 September 2023 On 21 September 2023, Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) held its annual friendly bowling tournament with the Johor Authorities comprising Pontian District Office, Pontian Land Registry, Department of Occupational Safety and Health (“DOSH”) Johor, Department of Environment (“DOE”) Johor and Johor Water Regulatory Body (“BAKAJ”) at Plaza Angsana in Johor Bahru. Aimed at cultivating stronger working relationships with Malakoff’s key stakeholders, the event was attended by 60 representatives from all participating companies. The occasion also provided a chance for the working-level group to enagage and acquaint themselves with each other, as despite having collaborated on numerous occasions, many of them had never crossed paths prior to this event. The event followed a two-round structure, providing opportunities for participants to lay the groundwork before showcasing their skills in friendly competition while vying for victory. After close to two hours, the champion for the Group category emerged consisting of Musrijohar Kushairi Kamal and Sallahooddin Hasan from Malakoff Engineering Sdn Bhd (“MESB”), and Zaiful Fadly Zawawi and Muhammad Syawan Mahadi from Tanjung Bin Energy (“TBE”), whereas for the Individual category, Hairul Jefri from TBE won the first place. Malakoff’s Senior Manager of Group Communications and Branding, Encik Md Yuha Ismail handed over the prizes to the top ten Individual winners and top three Group winners. This initiative is part of Malakoff’s continuous engagement with its key stakeholders through activities that can further cultivate the spirit of ‘silaturrahim’ while enhancing our working relationship towards fulfilling shared goals and objectives. It is also in line with our commitment towards the UN Sustainable Development Goal No. 17 that encourages stronger partnerships that will contribute to environmental protection and sustainable development. We would like to thank everyone involved for the camaraderie and great display of sportsmanship, and we hope to see you again next time.

  • Malakoff Power Plant Celebrate Health and Safety Day

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Power Plant Celebrate Health and Safety Day 3 December 2015 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (“Malakoff”) wrapped up inter-site Safety Week celebrations with a finale held at Prai Power Plant (“PPP”) on 26 November 2015. The inter-site celebrations involved more than 500 employees from Port Dickson Power Plant (“PDPP”), Lumut Power Plant (“LPP”), Tanjung Bin Power Plant (“TBPP”), Tanjung Bin Energy (“T4”), PPP, and representatives from local authorities. The Safety Campaign was organised to reinforce Company’s commitment and dedication towards the importance of safety, health and environment at the workplace. This year, the operations and maintenance arm of Malakoff, Malakoff Power Berhad (“Malakoff Power”) has chosen “Safety Starts With You and Me” as its theme. This theme is fitting with the Company’s mission to instill health and safety culture at the workplace. Speaking on the company-wide celebration, En. Nordin Kasim, Senior Vice President, Operation & Maintenance Division of Malakoff said, “Health and safety awareness is done throughout the year as we take the wellbeing of our men very seriously. “We are proud to note that TBPP and PPP achieved 5 million and 3.7 million without lost time injury respectively. Safety Week serves as an enhanced platform for Occupational Safety and Health to share, update and horned everybody’s knowledge and skills to meet the dynamic changes in our working environment. This effective Occupational Management System will contribute towards achieving a total safety culture at our industry.” In conjunction with the Safety Week, a programme called “Take 2 Programme” was launched by En. Nordin Kasim. “Take 2 programme” is a campaign for all staff to take 2 minutes of their time to identify risks and working hazard at the working area. Various activities were conducted throughout the Safety Week such as spot the hazard contest, HSSE quiz, Emergency Response Team (ERT) fire-fighting competition and Emergency Response and Rescue Drill and exhibition booths. At each plant, different drills were conducted such as First Aid Rescue in Lumut Power Plant (LPP), Fire Drill Rescue in Port Dickson Power Plant (PDPP), Oil Spill Simulation in Tanjung Bin Power Plant (TBPP) and Confine Space Rescue in Prai Power Plant (PPP). TBPP’s simulation of Oil Spill incident called “Ex-Tumpah” was also successfully conducted. This simulation is a platform to test and evaluate the TBPP Emergency Response Team (ERT) skills and response during emergency situation at plant, in collaboration with their counterparts in ATT Tanjung Bin (ATB) and Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP). Lumut Power Plant also organised its Safety Week at the plant to encourage good health and safety culture amongst staff. At its recently held Safety Week, approximately 200 staff and in-house contractors took part in the activities such as Emergency Response & Rescue Competition, Spot the Hazard Contest, Blood Donation and Explorace. A final Fire Fighting Competition was held at the Safety Week finale where 5 ERT teams from KL HQ, PDPP, LPP, TBPP and PPP went head-to-head against each other to record the fastest time and avoid penalties during the safety drill where Prai Power Plant was crowned the champion title for 2015.

  • Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride ushers in 2013

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride ushers in 2013 31 December 2012 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) welcomed the New Year with 1,100 cyclists participating in the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride 2012/2013, covering 250km across Penang, Perak and Kedah over two consecutive days. The initiative successfully raised RM50,000 for the Morality Education Home and Pertubuhan Penyayang Chi Yun Bukit Mertajam. For the fourth consecutive year, Malakoff has sponsored and organised the “Sports for Charity” Ride as part of its Malakoff Community Partnerships - the Company’s flagship Corporate Social Responsibility platform. The event was co-organised with the Penang State Government and the Knights of the Round Table. Speaking at the event, Lydia Ong, the Chairman of the Penang State Youth and Sports, Women, Family and Community Development Committee said, “Over the years, the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride has evolved beyond just an ordinary cycling event. It has clearly grown to establish itself as an integral part of Penang’s sports and tourism events calendar.” “The ‘Sports for Charity’ Ride had 1,000 cyclists participating in addition to 100 Malakoff’s employees and business associates who have also contributed RM50 each as part of their registration fees. With their support, I am proud that we have raised another RM50,000 for two welfare organisations this year,” she added. The two beneficiaries of the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride are the Morality Education Home and Pertubuhan Penyayang Chi Yun Bukit Mertajam. The Morality Education Home is a care and training centre for children of single parents as well as abused families while the Pertubuhan Penyayang Chi Yun Bukit Mertajam provides shelter and care for the orphans, abandoned and abused children. Each organisation received a contribution of RM25,000. Over the years, the Ride has effectively raised a total of RM180,000 to benefit organisations such as the St. John Ambulance, the National Autistic Society of Malaysia and the Penang Bahnhof Youth Centre. Zainal Abidin Jalil, the Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff said, “I want to take this opportunity to congratulate all participants for their effort in riding across the three states for a charitable cause.” “Their accomplishment is without a doubt extraordinary and praiseworthy. I am sure the participants have had a memorable time and have formed great bonds of friendship among each other,” he added. Since the inaugural Ride in 2009/2010, the Ride has received an increasing positive response from the community. Registration for the latest edition was closed in just six hours as the slots were fully filled. This year, the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride was flagged off at the Butterworth Outer Ring Road on New Year’s Eve and cyclists covered the challenging terrains of 180km along the trunk and coastal roads in Kedah, Perak as well as Penang. Participants then paddled into the dawn of 2013 the following day touring around Penang Island for another 70km, passing by quaint heritage sites and buildings. Expressing his gratitude to the co-organisers, Zainal said, “I must thank the co-organisers for their support. It has certainly encouraged us to do better for the Malakoff Community Partnerships and roll out more sporting and charity based events such as the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride.” The two-day event was supported by other agencies including Polis Diraja Malaysia, Delta, Lebuhraya Lingkaran Luar Butterworth (BORR) and the local authorities namely, Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang and Majlis Perbandaran Seberang Prai (MPSP). For further information on the Malakoff Interstate Fellowship Ride and future sporting initiatives, please visit https://www.malakoff.com.my/ and www.facebook.com/Malakoff.MCP

  • Malakoff celebrates 44 orphans in the spirit of Ramadhan

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff celebrates 44 orphans in the spirit of Ramadhan 29 July 2012 Majlis Iftar Malakoff Corporation Berhad was held on 27th July 2012 at Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur. The function was attended by approximately 500 guests, consisting of Malakoff staff, and their spouses, together with business associates and stakeholders. True to the spirit of Ramadan, Malakoff continues its tradition of remembering the less fortunate who received early Eid ul Fitr cheers to brighten up their raya. Special guests for the night were 44 orphans from Maahad Tarbiyah Islamiyah Al-Ansar (Maahad Al-Ansar). They received contributions from Yang Berbahagia Datuk Haji Hasni Harun, Group Managing Director of MMC Corporation Berhad and Director of Malakoff Corporation Berhad, and En Zainal Abidin Jalil, Chief Executive Officer of Malakoff. The kids were touched by the gesture of Malakoff, who is sensitive to the plight and needs of the unfortunate ones. While the clients and staff mingled as they devoured the delectable kampong favourites, they were entertained by ‘qasidah’ performance by students of Maahad Al-Ansar. It was satisfying to be able to bring smiles to their faces in this blessed month of Ramadan. Besides doing this small bit for the community, it was also a good opportunity to reconnect with business associates and media friends in a relaxed environment and enjoy the cozy ambience and delicious food, as part of our engagement initiatives with stakeholders.

  • Malakoff Organises Gotong-royong at Maahad Al-Ansar

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff Organises Gotong-royong at Maahad Al-Ansar 17 August 2009 A story of Gotong Royong at Al-Ansar, 2009 They swept, they uprooted, they built. Some of them didn't have the basic skills and some might have just left the chores to the maid or gardener at home but in a true Malakoff spirit, they defied and challenged themselves and were rewarded with a satisfaction of doing such deeds that they have never done before in their lives. Staff came as early as 7.30am for the activity. A small stage was set in the middle of the field at Maahad Al-Ansar and chairs were arranged to greet the staff from Malakoff. A table was laid with fried noodles, currypuffs, donuts and drinks. We were served with breakfast before starting on our tasks. Well, the food was so delicious that we almost forgot that we weren't there for the food! Cleaning the girls' dorm Hafezza announced the tasks and the leaders for each task, as arranged by Rozana. Quickly, everyone took their places and the entire area was buzzing with activities. Staff of Malakoff weren't afraid to get their hands dirty and worked hand-in-hand with the residents of Al-Ansar. They swept, dug, cleaned, laid bricks (yes, some have hidden talents in brick-laying), cooked lunch (not just merely stirring the contents of the pots), repaired the clothes drying structure and uprooted the weeds around the area. Cooking ayam masak merah Some of the repairs were either done the day before or are in the midst of completion by hired contractors. One contractor was laying bricks to make the common bath ("kolah") and another was fixing the classroom doors, all bought with the money provided by Malakoff. Most of the wiring and fuse boxes have been fixed according to the standard safety specifications. New ceiling fans were bought and fixed in the surau, classrooms and dorms and the faulty pendaflours were replaced with new ones. The rubber mats in the girls' dorm has also been replaced with new mats to make them feel more at home. Probably the deeds looked simple and inexpensive but it meant a lot to them. Ustaz Shazli, who is the Principal of Maahad Al-Ansar was grateful for Malakoff's contribution that was received with open arms by the school. He pointed out that as the school did not get any monetary support from the Government, they depended on private funding and companies to give them money and contributions in kind. New rubbish disposal area for the girls' dorm With the current economic condition, fewer companies have came forward to give contribution and the amount of contributions were also reduced. He was grateful that Malakoff came to their rescue and was kind to contribute to them. He also thanked everyone who came to their humble institution, to see their condition and at the same time, organized a gotong-royong with the residents. Fixing the clothes drying poles The gotong-royong was an eye-opener for those who have never been to such places before. Seeing what they were lacking made us apporeciate more of the blessing that God has bestowed us. Although they lived in a poorer condition compared to other government-funded schools, they are rich in courtesy and humility, greeting us and making us feel at home from the minute we set foot in their compound. Activity like this strengthened the relationship among the staff and displayed the best qualities in them. They enjoyed the camaraderie and bonded with each other and the constant jokes and teasing made the work felt lighter. Group photo with Ustaz Shazli At the end of the gotong-royong, Ustaz Shazli offered the staff to take home the food that we had for lunch but we politely turned down his offer. With their daily menu of one dish and rice for lunch and dinner, we decided that they deserved to have the lavish spread as opportunities like this only happened occasionally. A big thank you to all that participated, contributed in cash or in kind. May God bless you.

  • The Power People

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back The Power People 11 September 2008 It’s been ages since the last time I’ve been a spectator of this event. And certainly the magic is still there. You’d think that having seen it once is enough and that a repetition of the event would mean the repeat of the same thing - racers fainting at the finish line, racers puking on the running course, their faces contorting to show their moods while cycling uphill at Jambatan Permaisuri Bainun.. that sort of thing. Having been delegated the job of Honorary Photographer, I made sure I took enough photos of the Malakoff gang that day. A tough task especially when not all of them are doing the same categories. The sprint racers finished between 2 hours to 3 hours, the full distance racers can finish up to the cut-off time of 5 hours or even more. On the first run, I bumped into a photographer from Sin Chew Daily who happened to be a friend of mine. He imparted me with tips on taking sports photos which helped me a lot and I managed to get nice photos of the athletes in action. I repaid his kindness with a motorcycle ride to the highest bridge on the bike course, courtesy of the organizers. So we hopped on separate motorcycles and rode pillion to the bridge where we got pretty nice views of athletes suffering on the bike course. I can always tell the kaki’s (the hardcores) from the casual athletes. The hardcores are normally geeky about their bikes and attires, while the casual athletes are rather laid back, wearing anything comfortable to them, normally not as colour-co-ordinated as the hardcores. It’s not always the case that the hardcores can finish faster than the casuals - this is not a beauty pageant. It’s a display of courage, hard-headedness, perseverance and physical ability all bundled into one. That’s the beauty of this sports, it’s not restricted to runners, not restricted to cyclists. As long as you are fit enough not to faint on the course, and you can cycle (you also need not own a bicycle - a loaned bike would suffice), you can be a part of this sports called duathlon. Even for triathlon, it is important to know how to swim (doesn’t matter whatever your style is) and that’s the barrier that keeps casual athletes from getting into triathlons. In my current injured state (I’m suffering from knee pain at the moment) where I’m advised to refrain from running and just to cycle on flat road for the time being, I contemplated on joining the sprint distance because I could always walk-bike-walk, but no, it would take me ages to complete the course. Thus I decided to save it for another year. Oh, the temptation of participating in this 'suffer-fest' was too much but I had to be logical and listen to my body. It was fascinating to see people from all walks of life participating in Powerman and I guess that’s the magic behind this sports - from school children to middle-aged men/women to mother-of-two (national duathlete, Mariana Mohammad has 2 children of her own and she’s in the top 5 placing in the Women Elite category) - all are able to do it. Mariana Mohammad Some racers even expressed their gratitude to Malakoff for organizing such event. For them, where triathlon is a little far-fetched due to their limited swimming abilities and where the distance for running and cycling races respectively sometimes can be a little daunting, duathlon is able to provide them with the extra ’suffering’ that always managed to give them the extra endorphin ‘kicks’. The professionals at Powerman And they hope that in the future, Malakoff will continue to sponsor such events, big or small, as a part of its corporate social responsibility to encourage more Malaysians to exercise and lead a healthier lifestyle. To all finishers, Congratulations! You are a Powerman!

  • A Different Kind of Sacrifice – Majlis Korban at Prai Power

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back A Different Kind of Sacrifice – Majlis Korban at Prai Power 21 December 2008 I went to Prai Power Plant for the Korban event to fulfill an invitation from Ismail. Little did I know that the visit would leave with more than a bag of daging korban to bring back home. Ismail and I arrived early at the slaughter site. Not long after that, a small lorry carrying 4 cows arrived and a group of men who were from Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti (PDK) Seberang Jaya and the nearby residential area already gathered at the site with ropes and knives, looking like pro. The execution was also fast, by 8.30am, 3 cows were slaughtered and the lorry carried away the 4th cow, which was meant for the local police station. Being my first time ever witnessing such ceremony, I hesitated at first and only watched from afar, scared that the cow would break loose and give us a chase. But after looking at the first slaughter without any nauseating feeling when the blood from the jugular gushed out like water from a broken pipe, I moved closer for the second and third slaughters. The locals worked like a team and each of them took to their tasks like duck to water. Some chopped the ribs, some cut the meat into small pieces to be distributed in plastic bags, some cleaned the colon in the nearby river.. everything was done skillfully and swiftly that I almost thought that all of them have worked in abattoir before! The loud chatters of the locals drew me to an interesting conversation. Pak Latif, one of PDK Seberang Jaya’s committee members had only praises for Prai Power plant. Unashamed of deliberately eavesdropping on their chats, Pak Latif was heard as saying that Prai Power had made an enormous contribution for the PDK in Seberang Jaya, Perai and Juru. “Prai Power has done a lot for the local community. They supported us by donating us money for PDK Seberang Jaya’s building which is still under construction. Already in there is RM40,000 from Prai Power alone. There were pledges made from Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat but until now we haven’t seen the money yet.” I later asked him, what made him and the others eager to help Prai Power with their activities, such as executing this korban. And I almost scolded myself for asking such question to this humble man when his mouth quivered as he tried his best to stifle his tears, which forced me to look away, as if giving him a moment alone to calm himself and gather his thoughts to answer my question. “Prai Power has done a lot for us, a lot. And we are ever grateful for their help. With the money they donated, we are able to provide a better and bigger place for the kids to learn.” “We will be able to house more children and teachers as the building will have 6 rooms for them to learn and play. Right now, we are operating from a temporary building owned by the Rukun Tetangga. The center has around 30 underprivileged children and it’s over-crowded as it is.” “By helping Prai Power in any way that we can is a way for us to say thank you to them for all that they have given us over the years since they operated in Penang.” We went to the building to see its progress. Pak Latif patted on a pillar and said, “This is standing with the money from Prai Power. Prai Power made this happen.” Just outside the makeshift PDK center not too far away, the local ‘chefs’ were busy preparing lunch. On the menu was nasi daging, accompanied by daging bakar with air asam, sup tulang and kari daging. Stepping into the PDK center, the walls were filled with teaching materials and drawings made by the kids. Cikgu Hani, one of the 3 teachers at the center welcomed me and made me feel at home. Looking at the 7×10 meter square room that they called their center, I asked her how they coped with the children all cramped in the small space. She admitted that it was difficult as the center has 30 kids and the kids with special needs were doubly difficult to handle as they demanded extra attention. During the day, she said, the parents will send their ‘special’ children to the center where they will be taught the basic living skills such as eating and talking, in addition to reading and writing. Teaching special children required a lot of patience and dedication from the teachers and parents also must be willing to continue with the teaching when they are with the children at home. Cikgu Hani (in yellow) with one of the parents at the PDK center Hence once the PDK building is completed, it will provide a more spacious and comfortable place for the kids to play and learn and a better environment for them to grow. The children did not ask to be born in that condition. Every parent obviously wants the best for their children, regardless of their capability or incapability. And every child is a gift from God and it’s the parents’ responsibility to care for them and love them for as long as they lived. The least that we can do to help ease their burden and help them move along in life is through the donations made through Prai Power for the construction of the building and other day-to-day necessities. I would like to thank En Shokri Daud, Haji Anuar Lazim, Ismail and the staff of Prai Power for this eye-opening trip that brought new meaning to the word ‘korban’ or ‘sacrifice’ and here’s hoping that we would continue this culture of giving as we undertake our corporate social responsibility to the stakeholders of Malakoff.

  • Friendly Bowling with KeTTHa, EC 2017

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Friendly Bowling with KeTTHa, EC 2017 28 September 2017

  • Malakoff 2022 Back to School Programme

    Sharing important news and updates for you and the community Back Malakoff 2022 Back to School Programme 31 March 2022 Malakoff Corporation Berhad (Malakoff) handed over contributions to 181 students at Mukim Serkat during the Malakoff 2022 Back to School Donation Presentation Ceremony at Dewan Masjid Al-Amin, Mukim Serkat, Pontian, recently. Each student received cash and school equipment during the ceremony as part of their preparation for the 2022/2023 school session which began on March 21, 2022. The ceremony was attended by Yang Berusaha Encik Abdul Samir Mahadi, Area 1 Village Head, Mukim Serkat, Tuan Haji Abdul Hafiz, Chairman of Al Amin Council, Mukim Serkat as well as parents and students. Malakoff was represented by En. Yuha Ismail from the Stakeholder Management department. Malakoff hopes that the donation will ease the burden of the students and inspire them to reach greater heights in the new school session.

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