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(NATCOM) – St. Kitts, April 13, 2015: The sounds, rhythms, movements and vibrant colours of Africa were displayed at the launch of the UNESCO African Ancestry Project on April 7 with a view to bringing greater awareness of African Ancestry apart from the written history of the Trans Atlantic Slave […]

Nevisians Asked To Search Their Past At Unesco African Ancestry ...


KINGSTON, Jamaica, Red Stripe, the iconic Jamaican lager, is on its way to becoming truly home grown as parent company Diageo aims to replace 70 per cent of imported inputs with locally grown raw materials by 2020. This was recently revealed by Marguerite Cremin, Red Stripe’s head of corporate relations, […]

Red Stripe to Become Home Brew


By Deniece Alleyne As a small child I was very much mesmerized by Africa. My parents took a keen interest in the developments in South Africa in the waning days of the Apartheid regime in the late 1980s and would take any opportunity to watch the struggle unfold on television. […]

In the Footsteps of the Ancestors – The UNESCO Slave ...




By Patricia Watson Lorna Golding, wife of Prime Minister Bruce Golding was among thirty First Ladies from Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean who gathered at a special event in New York to mobilize support around achieving the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS’ (UNAIDS) vision of Zero new […]

Lorna Golding Addresses UN on The Elimination of New HIV ...




Jamaican tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett
LONDON, England (JIS) Caribbean countries will be working with other states and regions, such as India, New Zealand and Africa, to increase the pressure on the British government to reform the Airline Passenger Duty (APD) regime Jamaica’s tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett told a meeting of United Kingdom-based Jamaicans, that Caribbean tourism […]

Caribbean Seeking Support of Other Regions in Lobby Against Airline ...