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Harambe, a song by African hip hop artiste Saba Saba and Jamaican deejay E-Dee, is featured on the soundtrack to the film, Queen of Katwe. The single is co-produced by Sean ‘Due’ Lash ...

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Writing/righting some of the wrongs we learnt when we were younger:  Of recent social and economic problems facing Jamaica in the past few years, none has been a more silent but dangerous imped ...

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In what was basically a repeat performance of their first-leg contest, Excelsior High once again trounced Tarrant High 4-0 in Group A return-leg action of the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Assoc ...

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Place more emphasis on intelligence-led policing

The crime treadmill has again been plugged in and Jamaica is once more walking a road that all decent and law-abiding citizens fear will lead to more bloodshed and a derailment of the country&rsqu ... Read More

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