Kong Hee

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  1. shanmugam parly

    3 directors serving time for criminal breach of trust unaffected by landmark City Harvest ruling

    They were convicted and sentenced before the interpretation of section 409 of the Penal Code was changed last year, says Law Minister K Shanmugam.
  2. City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee (R) was convicted of misusing millions in church funds to

    Government believes City Harvest sentences too low, will look at amending law: Shanmugam

  3. chc leaders sentenced

    City Harvest case: Prosecution’s bid to reinstate longer jail terms rejected by Apex court

  4. CHC collage (1)

    City Harvest case: Court of Appeal reserves judgment on April ruling

    The hearing at the Court of Appeal dealt with a “criminal reference” the prosecution filed to clarify the law under which the court ruled to cut ...
  5. chc leaders sentenced

    Kong Hee, City Harvest leaders permanently barred from managing charities: MCCY

    The permanent disqualification means that the six leaders can no longer hold any governance or management positions in a charity, MCCY says.
  6. Kong Hee arriving

    City Harvest Church’s Kong Hee begins serving 3.5-year jail term

    Kong, 52, had his eight-year sentence reduced to three-and-a-half years’ jail on Apr 7 by the High Court. Five accomplices also saw their ...
  7. City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee and his wife Sun Ho, also known as Ho Yeow Sun, arrive at the

    Kong Hee apologises for ‘unwise decisions’, to begin jail term on Apr 21

    Pastor Kong Hee adds that he is at peace with serving his three-and-a-half-year jail term that begins on Friday (Apr 21).
  8. City Harvest Church founder Kong Hee (R) has had his jail sentence for misusing church funds to

    AGC refers City Harvest case to Court of Appeal

    The High Court had on Friday cut the jail terms of all six City Harvest Church leaders after convicting them of reduced charges.
  9. kong hee

    AGC considering whether to take further steps in City Harvest case: Shanmugam

    Judgments can be criticised and discussed but the public should refrain from abusing the judges, says the Law Minister.