Virtudes CEO, Jamiel Jamieson, sees the potential of helping thousands of people recover faster from COVID-19 if there is a targeted approach to developing CDB treatments as part of patient care. He believes that the plant could help stem the tide of long recovery periods and severe symptoms for COVID-19 patients.
Food For The Poor (FFTP) Jamaica has upped the ante through technology; and will likely spur a change in how other local organisations host road races going forward. Their interactive Race for Hunger virtual race app was launched on June 1, and promises to be a game-changer.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator the Honourable Kamina Johnson Smith, has announced the appointment of Her Excellency Janice Miller as Ambassador of Jamaica to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), effective June 30, 2021. Minister Johnson Smith said, “I am pleased with the appointment of Ambassador Miller, whose commitment to realising the goals of […]
RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited has invested in several young Jamaican visual arts students and fine artists through its InPulse Art Project with support from the company’s foundation, RUBiS Mecenat, to fund their participation in the Tide Rising Art Projects.
Kemeshia Grant-Swaby and the Women Honouring Our Mission (WHOM) is on a mission to create a world in which all women are empowered to reach their full potential by creating lasting change in their own lives and communities. They recently had the first staging of "Navigate", which left the attendees on fire! Read to find out more.
Out of 349 customers that posted reviews, JN Bank UK receives a 4.8 out of 5 customer rating of "Excellent" by consumers on a Global Review Site Trustpolot.com.
The Bob Marley Group of companies have endorsed the Jamaica Heroes Modernized project. The endorsement adds to many influential Jamaicans from around the world who stand with this project. The project is significant to keep the contribution of our heroes relevant to our youth.
The Jamaica Festival Song Competition is in full swing. The JCDC received entries from all over walks of Jamaican life, and now the government has published the finalists' list.
The Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) appointed its new Board of Directors for 2021/2023 on Thursday, June 3, 2021, during the Association’s Annual General Meeting. Amendments to the bylaws of JaRIA were also taken and voted on by the membership present, while updates on the organization’s completed activities and future plans were unveiled.