TOKOH BAHASA JUMPA DR. MASZLEE

KUALA LUMPUR: Sekumpulan tokoh bahasa yang mewakili gabungan Muafakat Bahasa dan Pendidikan Kebangsaan mengadakan pertemuan bersama Menteri Pendidikan, Dr. Maszlee Malik untuk membincangkan pelbagai isu berkaitan bahasa dan pendidikan di Kementerian Pendidikan, dekat sini semalam. Read More...

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