23 July 2021

SVG suffers more cultural losses


SVG was placed in a state of shock last weekend with the sad news of the passing of one of our outstanding cultural exponents, Winston Soso. In th...
16 July 2021

Fresh elections? Yo serious?


Having been involved in protests and demonstrations too numerous to mention over the bulk of my adult life, I continue to be a Having been involv...
09 July 2021

Sports in focus


Two weeks ago this column chose to focus on the area of sports and sports development. This is the final part of that article, unfortunately delayed b...
02 July 2021

Amazing! Waiting on Cuban and Russian vaccines?


There is a most interesting and even amazing development in the effort to vaccinate as many of our people as possible against the deadly COVID -19 pan...
25 June 2021

Sports in focus – losing the connections?


I have been a long-time sporting fan for more than six decades, avidly trying to follow everything I could, with a few exceptions, using all means ava...
18 June 2021

An appeal for critical national dialogue


If we thought that the problems facing the government and people of St Vincent and the Grenadines were huge given the effects of the COVID -19 pandemi...
11 June 2021

Local concerns can distract us from critical tasks


St. Vincent and the Grenadines is today a small Caribbean nation held in high esteem internationally and by our Caribbean neighbours. It is an accord ...
04 June 2021

New approach to African Liberation


On May 25, 1963, independent African states established the Organisation of African Unity (OAU).  Having done that, the OAU declared that this date ...
28 May 2021

The resettlement issue


Normally in this week which marks the anniversary of African Liberation Day, my topic for this column would have been pre-chosen. This year, in additi...
21 May 2021

Mourning ‘PR’? Let’s complete his work


The massive outpouring of national grief, respect and tributes after the passing of Bro. Parnel Campbell provides us with an opportunity to reflect on...