Subject: [Stop-traffic] News/Malaysia: Woman fined for hiring worker
From: Melanie Orhant (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 03 2001 - 09:31:46 EST
Woman fined for hiring worker
Borneo Bulletin, December 6, 2000
Hajah Jamilah binte Duraman, 40, was fined B$800 or one month in jail
employing a 20 year old Indonesian man, who was not officially under her
employment to work for her as a fruit seller.
Immigration Prosecuting Officer Moharefandi bin Hj Md Tahir told the
that the Indonesian man, Samia bin Syam, 20, was caught at a stall
in the vicinity of Jerudong beach on October 30 this year, when a raid
conducted by Immigration officers and Labour Department.
Chief Magistrate Hairolarni bin Abd Majid, fined Samia B$500 or one
in jail for breaching the employment Immigration Rules.
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