Some of you might already know of its existence but to those who don’t, yup, make no mistake.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has launched its multilingual portal as well as an online radio, MACC.FM.



From what we know, MACC.FM launched a little earlier this month and its purpose is to “educate the public on corruption issues and improve the confidence of the public in the commission”.

Its tagline is “My Anti-Corruption Channel”.

All at the same time, MACC also launched its new official portal, which has been “beefed up” to become more user-friendly as it is now accessible in 3 languages – Malay, English, and Mandarin. But we digress.

MACC’s deputy chief commissioner (Prevention) Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said that he was confident that MACC.FM would empower MACC’s efforts to spread the anti-corruption messages to the public through announcements, advertisements and interviews with relevant individuals.


He added that the medium was created following the MACC Action Effectiveness Perception Survey 2015 which revealed that 70% of the respondents understood anti-corruption message spread through radio.

Internet users can listen to MACC.FM online via their website. And that’s not all. There’s even a MACC.FM app available via the Google Playstore and Appstore.

Go ahead, tune in. Let us know what you think.

Source: Bernama via TMI.

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