Striker Kemal Malcolm's efforts on the field have paid off. He has been loaned to Premier League professional team Deportiva Chalatenango. He will get much-needed game time to prepare him for the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying. It is a move that is a win-win for all involved.
Chris Gayle has decided that he is still ready to play his signature sport. He is in the process of suiting up to represent the region. The West Indies will have one more star player on their side.
As Jamaica advances in regional and international policy-making, Ryan Foster states: "Jamaica may be a small island in the Caribbean Sea, but our impact must be as deep and wide as the oceans that surround continents and beyond the horizon."
The JOA has decided to spread access to Sporting Management education to the diaspora. The aim is to increase opportunities for Jamaicans globally to add sports management to their credit.
Cultural and religious icon Kapo was honoured by the government with a candlelight feast at his graveside recently. The occasion was to commemorate his one hundred and tenth birthday.
Seniors are warned to be careful now that internet usage and cybercrime have increased significantly based on the longing impact of COVID-19. Knowing who you are communicating with over the internet is paramount to keeping safe. Scammers use different approaches for success. The more internet users know, the better prepared they become
With the proliferation of internet usage caused by the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an increased need to be safe. Through the Safer Internet Day Virtual Teen Summit, FLOW Jamaica created an event with online influencers to discuss and give advice to internet users.
Social media has become a mainstay in our communication. Some people rely on their social media status regularly for validation. For this reason, we all must responsibly govern ourselves with interacting using social media platforms.