Issue 48-4 July-August 2018

Bimonthly Paper of Consumers Association of Penang We have stories which you will not find in other papers — hard-hitting stuff with no holds barred, for we name the brands, companies or people in our exposes, unlike the commercial papers which are dependent on companies for their advertisements or are owned by political parties. You …

Issue 48-3 May-June 2018

Bimonthly Paper of Consumers Association of Penang We have stories which you will not find in other papers — hard-hitting stuff with no holds barred, for we name the brands, companies or people in our exposes, unlike the commercial papers which are dependent on companies for their advertisements or are owned by political parties. You …

Issue 48-2 March-April 2018

U N C O M M O N E X P O S E S , V I E W S & W I S D O M Bimonthly Paper of Consumers Association of Penang We have stories which you will not find in other papers — hard-hitting stuff with no holds barred, for we …

 Treat animal cruelty on par with other serious offences

Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) is shocked at the extreme cases of cruelties meted out to companion animals – dogs and cats. Statistics from the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) revealed dogs and cats topping the list in animal cruelty complaints. Complaints have been steadily rising over the past five years. In 2016 the department received 463 cruelty …

Need to Also Conserve Elephant Habitat and Roaming

Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) welcomes the Perak State Government’s proposal to  establish a Elephant Sanctuary at KM20 Gerik-Jeli Road nearby the Perak-Kelantan border. However, SAM expects that the area of 40 hectares proposed for the sanctuary would be unable to address conflicts between humans and wildlife, especially elephants. The area of the proposed sanctuary would be able to serve as a place to manage and conserve the wildlife only rather than as an area for …