Negotiations between the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party and ruling Cambodian People’s Party looked like they might screech to an abrupt halt yesterday, as opposition leaders visiting supporters in Tbong Khmum province said they will “cu
Nearly a million hectares of land has been granted to ordinary Cambodian citizens through social land concessions (SLC) since May 2012, the government has claimed, though civil society groups have cast doubt on that high figure and questioned how
Villagers in Pursat province’s Veal Veng district, locked in an ongoing land dispute with local tycoon Try Pheap’s MDS Import Export Co Ltd, claimed yesterday that security forces and environmental officers opened fire and tried to burn
Corruption is weighing on businesses, and the avenues to address it are limited, according to Cambodia’s leading employer association.
Bored of cheap beer or refrigerated red wine? We’ve picked the best of the city’s more upmarket tipples. Take your pick from jasmine tea with a twist to a range of mojitos.
In a significant first of its kind in Cambodia, a camp for women rugby players was organised in the coastal town of Kep recently, marking the start of a major initiative to create equal opportunities in a sport that is widely regarded as
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.