Tag: Roy Ngerng

CPF: Old policy, new fire

By Augustine Low The government may have unwittingly opened a Pandora’s box. The talk of the town is about the CPF, thanks to the case of the PM vs. Roy, that could be a lingering, protracted affair. Singaporeans by and large have no doubt that CPF...

Singapore’s elephant in the room

For the naysayers and soothsayers, the clearest indication that Singapore’ centre of gravity  is shifting to the left came when President Tony Tan opened the second session of the country’s 12th Parliament with a rare promise to his people: You will have enough money...

PM vs Roy: Why it’s unnecessary

By Augustine Low President Barack Obama recently joked that when he leaves office after his eight-year term, Fox News would miss him sorely. Obama has been the butt of constant attacks and accusations by the cable and satellite news television channel, many of them unfounded and...

PM vs Roy: Why it is necessary

By Tan Bah Bah Some netizens may disagree with me, and I hope not to be proven wrong. Roy Ngerng has so far gotten off lightly, in monetary terms (aggravated damages) though not necessarily in public standing. At issue was an allegation that CPF funds...

Roy Ngerng – from loner to polarising figure

It is hard to imagine this is the same man who has become today’s polarising figure in Singapore politics. He comes across as a loner. It won’t be far-fetched to say that Roy Ngerng’s only friends are his computer and those who read his Heart...