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PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian An­tiCor­rup­tion Com­mis­sion (MACC), through its foun­da­tion, Yayasan Pri­hatin, have dis­trib­uted RM550,000 in bursary to 967 stu­dents who are chil­dren of its staff and of­fi­cers na­tion­wide. In a state­ment yes­ter­day, the com­mis­sion said chil­dren of staff and of­fi­cers in Grade 52 and be­low will each re­ceive RM300, while RM200 each was given to chil­dren of of­fi­cers in Grade 53 and above. The state­ment said MACC is the first en­force­ment agency to pro­vide bursary for chil­dren of its em­ploy­ees. The foun­da­tion would also pro­vide as­sis­tance to staff in­volved in ac­ci­dents or dis­as­ter, as well as to new­ly­weds and those with new­borns. – Ber­nama

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