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Edition 09 April 2019

  • Conservation Crimes
    Cover Story

    Conservation Crimes

    Taman Safari Indonesia is under suspicion of involvement in the illegal trade of protected animals by obscuring the origins of these animals as well as functioning as a shelter and captive breeding site. There is evidence that animals were purchased by an official at the conservation institution from a network of traders apprehended by the police.

  • Major Traders On Social Media
    Cover Story

    Major Traders On Social Media

    The National Police exposed major trade networks for protected animals. People in these networks were trading in overseas black markets.

  • Black Market For Protected Animals
    Cover Story

    Black Market For Protected Animals

    The illegal trade of protected animals has quadrupled since 2010, particularly through online black markets.

  • We Had Bad Luck
    Cover Story

    We Had Bad Luck

    Taman Safari Indonesia Group Director Yansen Manansang:

  • In the Name of the Brother and Harley-Davidson

    In the Name of the Brother and Harley-Davidson

    Non-active South Lampung Regent Zainudin Hasan’s court hearing reveals irregularities in a forestry leasing permit issued by Forestry Minister Zulkifli Hasan in 2011. Zainudin is suspected of forging a permit from a coal mining company. Businessman Andi Syamsuddin Arsyad, also known as Haji Isam, is also named in the prosecution document.

  • Krakatau Steel’s Final rescue

    Krakatau Steel’s Final rescue

    Shrouded in debts, the state’s steel company is standing on the verge of bankruptcy. Rescue mission began before Krakatau Steel is merged under a mining holding company.

  • Starting with Trikora

    Starting with Trikora

    In mid-March, a number of directors and commissioners of Krakatau Steel flew to the Morowali industrial area in Central Sulawesi. Silmy Karim, CEO of the state-owned steel company, led the group to the factory of Indonesia Tsingshan Stainless Steel.

  • Corporate Losses on Fundamental Level

    Corporate Losses on Fundamental Level

    CEO of Krakatau Steel Silmy Karim:

  • Leaving it to Providence
    Market Pulse

    Leaving it to Providence

    Financial markets around the world are getting nervous as US government bond yield curves once again become abnormally inverted since the end of March.

  • Bribery to Lobby Energy Ministry

    Bribery to Lobby Energy Ministry

    Chair of the Golkar faction in the DPR, Melchias Marcus Mekeng, allegedly ordered Eni Saragih to assist coal businessman Samin Tan in lobbying the ministry of energy. Minister Ignasius Jonan’s name is dragged into the fray.

  • News Capsule

    News Capsule

    A Palace Memo for Oesman Sapta

    Minister/State Secretary Pratikno has sent a memo to Chairman of the General Elections Commission (KPU) concerning the nomination of People’s Conscience (Hanura) Party General Chairman Oesman Sapta Odang as a candidate for the Regional Representative Council (DPD).


  • Asean & Beyond

    Stoning in Darussalam

    Stoning in Darussalam

    A new law in Brunei Darussalam imposes death by stoning for adultery and gay sex. The country draws international condemnation and boycott.

  • Photo

    Picture Window


    Dark clouds hanging over Jakarta, Tuesday, April 2. The Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) predicted heavy rains in the Capital City, with lightning and strong wind throughout the week. ANTARA/Nova Wahyudi


  • A Correction From Sofyan Djalil

    A Correction From Sofyan Djalil

    IN connection with Tempo magazine’s interview article in the April 2-8, 2019 edition, on pages 46-49 with the title Don’t Demonize Corporations, allow me to correct some inaccuracy in the writing.

  • *Hello Ma’am...Still remember me?
  • An Irony at the Safari

    An Irony at the Safari

    It is becoming more difficult to prevent the involvement of conservation parks such as Taman Safari Indonesia in the trade in protected wildlife.

  • Follow the Money

    Follow the Money

    The Corruption Eradication Commission should investigate alleged bribery by Zulkifli Hassan and other prominent people. There is a clear trail to follow.

  • Breaking the Cycle

    Breaking the Cycle

    A Catholic artist was refused permission to live in Karet village, Yogyakarta. This is a serious violation of human rights.

  • The Buck Stops Here

    The Buck Stops Here

    Krakatau Steel has been mismanaged for decades. It has huge debts and poor planning.

  • On the Hunt for Egianus

    On the Hunt for Egianus

    The military and police are narrowing the movement of the Egianus Kogeya group in Nduga, Papua. Tempo reports from the front lines of the battle with that group.

  • Sidelines

    Whenever I stand before an imposing monument, I feel something is missing. It feels like just an abstract.

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