03 July 2020
Let Us Not Drop Our Guard

Let Us Not Drop Our Guard


Under normal circumstances St Vincent and the Grenadines would now be right at the height of Carnival celebrations. Unfortunately, little in the year ...
30 June 2020
2020 – A Year for the History Books

2020 – A Year for the History Books


The year 2020 is one for the history books. If COVID-19 with its attendant health and economic consequences were not enough, over the last few week...
26 June 2020
We Deserve Better From Our Parliamentarians

We Deserve Better From Our Parliamentarians


For many of us, in whom it has been drilled that the Westminster system of parliamentary democracy is the “best”, the practical experience of how ...
23 June 2020
Standards key to business and economic development

Standards key to business and economic development


One of the many positive spin offs of the very popular PRYME program is the culture of entrepreneurship that it will engender, even among people who a...
19 June 2020
Our Sporting and Entertainment Icons Matter Too

Our Sporting and Entertainment Icons Matter Too


We cannot help but heartily praise the role that sporting icons of today, black ones in particular, have been playing in recent years in the global st...
16 June 2020
Political Campaigning in the Age of Covid-19

Political Campaigning in the Age of Covid-19


The novel coronavirus (Covid-19) has forced us to find new ways of doing many of the things we formerly took for granted. Or, in some cases, it has ma...
12 June 2020
General Elections in the air – Are we ready?

General Elections in the air – Are we ready?


More than three months have elapsed since the Guyanese electorate exercised its democratic right to vote for a government of the people’s choice. Am...
09 June 2020
The COVID-19 Gatekeepers

The COVID-19 Gatekeepers


Over the weekend, the public was informed about St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) most recent Covid-19 positive case – the 27th person to test pos...
05 June 2020
The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement, Protests and Caribbean People

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement, Protests and Caribbean People


International media is filled with reports about the uprising taking place in the United States as protestors raise awareness about the existence of s...
29 May 2020
The Hurricane Season, COVID-19 and our Human Resource

The Hurricane Season, COVID-19 and our Human Resource


Next Monday, June 1, marks the official start of the hurricane season, a time of year filled with unpleasant memories for many of the region’s peopl...