Tag:Sarawak Pay

Exploring the new frontier of digital governance

Covid-19 delayed the daily activities of Sarawakians, providing a harsh reality about the number of things needed to carry out in person.

‘Cashless the way to go’

SIBU: Cashless transactions through Sarawak Pay at the Sibu Central Market is a right step towards a more friendly business system in...

Sarawak Pay transactions now at RM588 mln

SIBU: Sarawak’s own e-wallet mobile application Sarawak Pay now has recorded a total of more than half a billion ringgit Malaysia in...

Sibu Central Market to go cashless

SIBU: Three entities are collaborating to facilitate cashless transactions via Sarawak Pay, an e-wallet application. The collaboration involving Sarawak...

Users flock to get double rewards

SARAWAK PAY KUCHING: Sarawak Multimedia Authority (SMA) had to limit the number of users who logged in to...

SUPP helps hawkers get BKSS grant

KUCHING: Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) Youth Central Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) bureau chief Eric Tay and his team assisted hawkers...

Sarawak Pay to go international

KUCHING:  The Sarawak Pay e-wallet application will go international soon. SiliconNet Technologies Sdn Bhd’s general manager Chin Zan Kiun...

More than 30k to benefit from discount

MIRI: A total 30,313 rateable properties in Miri would benefit from the 25 percent discount on assessment rates announced recently by Chief...

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Library board, development committee come a-calling

KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today received two courtesy calls after chairing a state...

Be innovative, tourism players told

KUCHING: Tourism players should be more gung-ho, innovative and willing to make full use of available opportunities...

68 percent drop in state tourism revenue

KUCHING: As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Sarawak has experienced a drastic 68 percent drop in...

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Library board, development committee come a-calling

KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari...

Be innovative, tourism players told

KUCHING: Tourism players should be more gung-ho,...