17 August 2018
Crime, citizens, the media and politics

Crime, citizens, the media and politics


Practically every citizen of this country, including those residing abroad must have some level of concern about the proliferation of violent crime in...
10 August 2018
Elections: Time for dialogue on independent process

Elections: Time for dialogue on independent process


The recent elections in Zimbabwe has added to the overwhelming number of “democratic” elections the world over, clamoured for by the respective el...
03 August 2018
Don’t cloud the issues on the CCJ

Don’t cloud the issues on the CCJ


I am forced to return to my topic of last week, the CCJ, and if some readers feel over-burdened, I apologize humbly.Unfortunately, having been enthuse...
27 July 2018
Citizens Should Act On CCJ

Citizens Should Act On CCJ


The month of July 2018 is perhaps the most eventful in the history of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) since its inception, where regional publici...
20 July 2018
Mandela, migration and Black achievement

Mandela, migration and Black achievement


It is only fitting that, in a week in which there are so many important activities globally, some attention be paid to matters beyond our shores, but ...
13 July 2018
Vincentian jurist now Caribbean Court of Justice head cornerstone

Vincentian jurist now Caribbean Court of Justice head cornerstone


On Friday of next week, July 20, a ceremonial sitting of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) will be held at the High Court of this country to mar...
06 July 2018
Carnival and World Cup provide welcome distractions

Carnival and World Cup provide welcome distractions


After the last two months of personal pains, the advent of Carnival and the global spectacle of football’s World Cup have provided a welcome respite...
29 June 2018
Our children and education – Is it about them, or us?

Our children and education – Is it about them, or us?


We are at the end of the 2017/18 school year, a time of triumphs, celebrations but also disappointments. It is a time when, examinations having been e...
22 June 2018
Ain’t no sunshine? Eh, eh, the sun will continue to shine

Ain’t no sunshine? Eh, eh, the sun will continue to shine


As a family man, I look forward each year to celebrating Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day with my family. This year has been nothing short of horrifi...
08 June 2018
Hurricane season, the  environment and plastics

Hurricane season, the environment and plastics


In the past we used to have a saying that characterised the annual hurricane season by beginning with “June too soon....” and ending with “Octob...