The art of storytelling is a serious one for Jamaicans. Gabrielle Blackwood is a master of it, so we celebrate her today. Let's get behind this powerhouse and support her efforts to create Jamaican stories that represent us so well.
We must make sure that our culture remains preserved and ready for the next child that is born to it. We must cherish and share all that we know with our children. We never should leave it as, 'back in my/those days', as if it is a fairytale. Make it tangible. Create a memory from replaying those fun things that made us enjoy life when we were young.
Being Jamaican isn't just a nationality. A Jamaican identifies with the experience of being Jamaican. You have to live it to understand. Every day holds the potential to change the way you think, talk and even walk. It's just a Jamaican reality that we all represent, at home and abroad. Tell us about your Jamaican experience.
The Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) would like to commend the Minister of Education, the Hon. Fayval Williams for the establishment of the Education COVID-19 Management Task Force. “The creation of this task force is a positive development as it is effectively a form of social partnership which brings all stakeholders together to devise […]
Six of Jamaica's finest business minds are competing in the region. They are all taking part in the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Sustainable Development Movement (SDM) Business Model Competition. The competition, hosted by the OECS, Republic Bank and other regional and global partners will stretch and mould each entrepreneur. Interestingly, the six businesses are […]
World Suicide Prevention Day is observed annually on September 10. This is done to raise awareness about suicide and the actions to prevent it. Help us to educate others by sharing this article with friends, family and loved ones. Together we have the power to make a difference and the power to save a life.
"Win a laptop" quizzes have paid off well for 6 students. They have all received brand new laptops thanks to JP, Wisynco, and Tru-Juice.
Roxan Whilby became a nurse to help people. After being diagnosed with the Big C she had to find the will to overcome, stay focused and serve.