Sixteen of 18 union groups planning the biggest industrial action since security forces shot dead at least four people in January agreed yesterday to postpone a stay-at-home garment strike until after the Khmer New Year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday accused the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party of hypocrisy, claiming that although the CNRP has pushed garment workers to strike for no less than a $160 minimum wage, party leaders pay their own bodyguards,
Police are investigating the second case of stolen Buddhist relics since December after thieves broke into Wat Ounalom near Phnom Penh’s Riverside in the early hours of yesterday, a senior official said.
Malaysian company Pestech International Bhd has won government approval to build an $86 million power transmission line from Preah Sihanouk province to Phnom Penh.
Work is finally under way to repair damage to Preah Vihear temple caused during clashes between Cambodia and Thailand more than two years ago, officials said yesterday.
More than half of businesses operating in Cambodia have paid a bribe, a recent survey by the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) suggests.
Of Cambodia's nearly half a million garment workers, 90 per cent are women.
Following their shock exits in the semi-finals of the Hun Sen Cup on Sunday, reigning champions Naga Corp and the highly rated Boeung Ket Rubber Field clash from 5:30pm today at the Olympic Stadium in the play-off for third place.
Life is a short, sharp endurance test, and then you die; but solace can come by recollecting past pleasures when, for a brief interlude, the senses are vitalised and the daily quotidian becomes tolerable.
Ros Saboeut, the elder sister of celebrated singer Ros Serey Sothea, who played an integral role in reuniting Cambodia’s musicians scattered by the Khmer Rouge regime, died last Thursday.
The post takes a look inside Senator Ly Yong Phat's controversial Phnom Penh Sugar company.