Wha Gwaan

Wha Gwaan

Updates on positive developments, events and activities in the island.

After handing over donations, Joy pauses to share lens time with a smiling Christene Dennis, Principal of the Windsor Basic School in Siloah, St Elizabeth.

Paul Stanley once said, “When you are in a position to have gotten so much, the gift at this point is to give back.” These sentiments are certainly shared by Sandals South Coast Butler, Joyawardena Griffiths, affectionately known as...
Khdrea Jones, Miss St.Catherine Festival Queen, 2022

Shanice Walters and Khdrea Jones are the newly crowned Miss Manchester and Miss St. Catherine Festival Queens on Sunday, June 4, 2022 at the Belair High School Auditorium in Mandeville and the G. C Foster College Gymnasium in Spanish...
Members of the Public Relations and Earth Guardian teams from the Sandals Montego Bay region in a celebratory mood after conducting a beach clean-up in the adjacent White House community to mark World Oceans Day.

TEAM members from the Sandals Resorts Montego Bay Region today cleared over 400 pounds of garbage from a section of the beach and sidewalks in the adjoining White House community, as part of the company's continued community assistance initiative...

After taking a long hiatus from livestreams, Jamaican broadcaster Ashleigh-Ann Mowatt announces the return of her show, Reason with Ash, which is being rebranded as a current affairs talk series. The show, which was exclusively live-streamed on the Jamaicans.com Facebook...
Sandals South Coast Volunteers, Vanessa Williams (foreground) and Evernie Taylor (background) paint the entrance gate at the Bluefields Police Station.

Nearly 200 volunteers from Sandals and Beaches Resorts, in alignment with this year’s Labour Day theme “Re-igniting a Nation for Greatness”, ventured into towns and districts across Jamaica to spearhead projects in aid of community development. The initiatives undertaken included...

 Jamaicans, who aren’t registered for summer school nor have plans to travel overseas, are invited to register for Live Well Jamaica’s Kamp Kreativ, a virtual summer camp in public speaking and personal branding. For more than five years, the digital...
Guidance Counsellor Andrea Wright

College students, ages 18-24 in Jamaica, are currently struggling with seeking employment after graduation. This situation has been one commonly discussed among the youths of Jamaica. For this reason, further investigation was done into the causes and effects of...
Kareen Wilson

Bob Marley sang that in an abundance of water, the fool is thirsty, but what if the “fool” does not know where to find the water? That is the employment pool in Jamaica: it is said that there are...
Ms. Pameto Linton and Charmaine Samuels, educators from the New Works Primary School, are pictured here beaming with happiness after their names were picked in a grand raffle draw for a weekend for 2 each at any local Sandals or Beaches Resort. They are seen here with Jennese Palmer, Public Relations Manager at Sandals South Coast after the presentation was made to them at a Teacher’s Day luncheon.

Upscale luncheons, luxury weekend giveaways and a glorious repast of local culinary offerings heralded Teachers’ Day celebrations as Sandals Resorts rolled out the red carpet for over 400 of the island’s educators to mark the occasion on Wednesday. “There is...

Hot on the heels of the successful launch of Tribe Sankofa’s Tribal Elements (A Tribe Ting, Vol 1), fabian m thomas launches the second edition of his first children’s book, Djembe. Ideal for 5- to 10-year-olds, Djembe is a...

TALKS WITH TESS

As you read from the title, this will be a two-part series. I mean, how can we shatter stereotypes of fat Caribbean women in...