Minister Lawrence Wong: Normal to sell your HDB to retire

In a propaganda attempt to cover up the inadequacies of CPF, Ministry for National Development Lawrence Wong wrote on his Facebook page encouraging Singaporeans to sell their HDB to...

CPF to claw back S$1.7 million from New Citizen newborn babies

More than 800 new Singaporean citizen babies will have their first taste of betrayal by the Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board with the government announcing a S$1.7 million claw...

Straits Times publish fake news: CPF is fixed deposit and ATM

According to the latest propaganda fake news published by Straits Times, the CPF is both a fixed deposit and ATM. Speaking at a ST event, titled "What You Need...

Lee Hsien Loong to take over CPF access and personal data collection

Under a new directive announced today (Mar 20), the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) will take over the government online services agencies under the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI)...

Minister Chee Hong Tat: Singaporeans are not allowed to use their Medisave without permission

Responding to PAP MP Lee Bee Wah's query on limitations of certain medical procedures, Minister of State for Health Chee Hong Tat said that Singaporeans are not allowed to...

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to depress CPF interest rate at 2.5%

Under the directive of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on (Feb 15), the interest rate of the country's retirement system will continue to be depressed at 2.5% per annum....

GIC spend S$1.5 billion on New York tower

Singapore's sovereign wealth fund company managing CPF retirement funds and the country's national reserves today (Jan 25) announced that it has spent S$1.5 billion to purchase 95% ownership of...

CPF increase Retirement Sum to S$166,000, payout likely increase to 67

Singapore's Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board has just increased the CPF Retirement Sum (previously known as the Minimum Sum, name was changed due to negative connotations) to S$166,000 as...

CPF Board demand CPF taxes from under-21 soccer players for S$300 allowance

Singapore's Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board is putting S-League clubs under investigation for failing to pay CPF taxes for their under-21 (U-21) soccer players. It is understood that the...

Singapore rated “AAA” for creditworthiness, but little concern for CPF holders

US-based credit rating agency Moody yesterday (Dec 8) rated Singapore "AAA" for creditworthiness and gave a "stable" outlook for the country's economy. The "AAA" rating means investors interested in...

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Epilogue

The past week has been heartening to read that many Singaporeans have expressed disappointment in the shut down of States Times Review. I have been...

STR to shut down

The States Times Review website has been blocked under false charges of "fake news" and "criminal defamation" laid by the Singapore dictatorship.   As such, the...

Law Minister K Shanmugam threatens 2 years jail for “Criminal Defamation”

Singapore's Law Minister K Shanmugam has gone to the local state media threatening that the articles published by States Times Review is "criminal defamation"....