— KOMPAS TV (@KompasTV) September 4, 2020
Jokowi's son Gibran has little political experience but he's taking a leaf out of his father's book already, riding to election office to register run for mayor of Solo on a bicycle, in Javanese garb. (h/t Greg Fealy at @ANUIndonesia update) https://t.co/tMXydWggd0 pic.twitter.com/RWfK4F5CLx
— Ben Bland (@benjaminbland) September 7, 2020
Based on news circulating, the Mandalika Circuit in Indonesia is expected to be completed by the middle of next year. The construction of the 4.3km & 17-corner circuit is still ongoing and is entering the paving stage, testing the sub-grade layer.
— Sergio Fonseca (@SergioFonseca8) September 9, 2020
Jakob Oetama, editor-in-chief Kompas daily and founder of Indonesia's media group Kompas Gramedia, has died at the age of 88. https://t.co/XRNPfBbz5g
— Yenni Kwok (@yennikwok) September 9, 2020
Jakob Oetama, founder and controlling owner of Kompas Gramedia Group, one of the largest media, property, and hospitality groups in the country, passed away in Jakarta Wednesday, September 9 at 88 years oldhttps://t.co/8gWA1faIuE
— Yosefardi News (@YosefardiNews) September 9, 2020
Sad to hear of the death of Mas Jacob Oetama, founder of Kompas, once Indonesia’s largest circulation daily newspaper. Like other journalists of his generation, the struggle for independence gave way to a new struggle for freedom of speech over three decades. RIP Mas Jacob!
— Michael Vatikiotis (@jagowriter) September 9, 2020
— Harvey (@Harpeyyy) September 9, 2020
Pak Jakob, a true legend of Indonesian media.
He did what he believed in; Kompas Gramedia has produced some amazing products.
Pak Jakob - as with any true legends or experts - didn't need to proclaim himself one.
His actions spoke louder than any claim to greatness. https://t.co/TKif4F3nvI
— Bruce Emond 🇬🇧✒🎾 (@BruceEmond) September 9, 2020
/LT rest in peace, the big man behind Kompas Gramedia 🥀 https://t.co/M3DCBa0kHx
— Use /LT - Literary Base📚 (@literarybase) September 9, 2020
The co-founder, owner, and CEO of Kompas Gramedia Jakob Oetama has died at the age of 88. The legendary journalist founded Intisari magazine with P.K Ojong in 1963 before founding Kompas daily together two years later. Farewell, Pak Jakob, you carved yourself a piece of history. pic.twitter.com/uPTYp8sE7k
— Nuice Media (@nuicemedia) September 9, 2020