Transliterate Newspaper

First published on 1 January 1930, Warta Malaya was one of the more successful daily newspapers published during the golden age of Malay journalism. Written in the Jawi script, Warta Malaya aimed to make Malays “aware of what is taking place” in the world by providing its readers with the latest local and foreign news, including news on social and religious issues. We need your help to transliterate these Jawi text to roman text to make the content more accessible to non-Jawi readers.

Warta Malaya 1937

Warta Malaya was first published on 1 January 1930. It dominated the Malay newspaper scene, having the largest circulation. The paper’s content focused on issues that affected the Malays. Warta Malaya ceased publication in 1941 when it could no longer compete with Utusan Melayu. Read more here.

Warta Malaya 1941

Warta Malaya was first published on 1 January 1930. It dominated the Malay newspaper scene, having the largest circulation. The paper’s content focused on issues that affected the Malays. Warta Malaya ceased publication in 1941 when it could no longer compete with Utusan Melayu. Read more here.

Warta Malaya 1939

Warta Malaya was first published on 1 January 1930. It dominated the Malay newspaper scene, having the largest circulation. The paper’s content focused on issues that affected the Malays. Warta Malaya ceased publication in 1941 when it could no longer compete with Utusan Melayu. Read more here.