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  by William Campbell Douglas, M.D. from HealingTools Website There is no question mark after the title of this article because the title is not a question. It’s a declarative statement. WHO, the World Health Organization, murdered Africa with the AIDS virus. That’s a provocative statement, isn’t it? The answers to this little mystery, Murder […]

By Eternity Martis In the four years I’ve spent in London, Ontari,o I’ve been called names like Ebony, Dark Chocolate, Shaniqua, Ma, Blackish, and Boo. I’ve encountered blackface on Halloween and been told to go back to my third-world country (twice). I’ve been pushed off the sidewalk by white kids. I’ve been humiliated by white […]

By Oretha Winston, Lead Editor With allergy season in full bloom, Nuvora, an oral health care company bringing new drug delivery technologies to market, announced today a solution for dry mouth (xerostomia) a side effect caused by allergy and other medications, including those used to treat cancer, high blood pressure, depression, pain, diabetes and arthritis.  […]

Watch this new documentary: Autopsy – The Last Hours Of… Bob Marley  Inside the Video Knowledge section “A documentary series that reveals the truth behind the controversial deaths of global icons and people whose untimely deaths were surrounded by scandal and intense media attention In this doc they go through the history of Bob as […]

by Gardy Stein-Kanjora Maybe his birth on Valentine’s Day 1987 was a sign – a child sent by Amor. Maybe musical talent has been passed on to him by his parents, Cleveland and Maxine Martin. Maybe his exceptional skills have been honed during his years at St. Jago High School. Whatever the reason, we have […]

 by Gardy Stein-Kanjora While designations like “Reggae Revival” or “Rockers Rebirth” are on everyone’s lips, another movement has crept up on us less noticed, less hyped, but powerful all the same. It might be called something like “Dancehall De-slackification“, a welcome step away from Scandal, Booze and Pum Pum to consciousness, positivity and true teachings […]

Contributed Vijahn Mango Tree Entertainment artiste Vijahn has quickly earned a reputation as a Rastafarian firebrand with a bright future as his hard-hitting ‘Kunta Kente’ single has become an underground hit in the streets. “The response has been phenomenal, [with] wonderful feedback, especially on Facebook. Most fans say Kunta Kente is a hit song and […]

The word “wizard” tends to conjure images of old, bearded Gandalf types casting spells in Middle Earth or some other fantasy land. The Wizard we’re about to introduce you to, though, is the beautiful daughter of Beres Hammond, and, as far as we know, Jamaica’s only working female music producer. Just a few years removed […]

By admin on April 2, 2017 Global Zimbabwean journalist, Leonard Makombe, took to twitter to share his experience with some white tourists in Uganda. According to the journalist, some white tourists refused to share the pool with him after he dived into the pool. Below is what he twitted: From Yasuh

12-year-old Brianna Lyston has posted a new Class 4 200m record time for girls Lyston went flat out from the sound of the pistol to romp to a comfortable win  Jamaican athlete has drawn comparisons with her compatriot Usain Bolt  Bolt came into prominence by winning his first medal at the same Kingston event By […]


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