Wha Gwaan

Wha Gwaan

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

The people are Jamaica’s greatest resources; resilient, innovative and bursting with creativity. As things and times change and evolve, people have found ways to add to the ever-changing local (and by extension international) creative scene. They have found new...

The schools, Garlands Primary, John’s Hall Primary and Glendevon Seventh Day Adventist Basic School received educational items for teachers and students as well as resources to assist with sport and recreational development.

On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, the United States’ Multiregional International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP) will commence with participants from 23 countries across the world. Fabian Thomas, Adjunct Lecturer in the Institute of Caribbean Studies at the University of the...

"Thank yu and God bless yu all!," was the wish of Mrs. Hazel Barton to Sandals Foundation volunteers from Sandals South Coast as they existed her yard in Brighton District, Bluefields, Westmoreland. The loveable 96-year-old, who is being cared...

Ashleigh-Ann Mowatt’s podcast on the topic of homophobia in the Jamaican music scene was selected as one of three country winners of the International Podcast Challenge, This was the first year that the Podcast Challenge, which is open to all...

- Monday, October 16, 2017, will be celebrated as National Heroes Day, and for the second year, Fi Wi Jamaica Project has declared that day as #BIGUPJAMAICA Day. The initiative, being spearheaded by the projects’ Communications Consultant Fabian Thomas, aims...

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...

With the increase of social media usage, one of the main concerns is the rise of cyberbullying. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, cyberbullying is the electronic posting of negative or mean-spirited messages about a person, often done...

Scores of students from a number of inner-city communities in the greater Montego Bay area were feted at another in the series of “Spreading the Love” by Sandals Resorts Montego Bay region in collaboration with the Social Development Commission...

Up on a hill. Under the stars. As Kingston’s premiere hub of curated culture, New Wave once again presents a fresh idea that redefines the norms of today’s entertainment.   Next Saturday, August 18th, New Wave will be heading to Skyline Levels...

TALKS WITH TESS

“Black women are made out of brown sugar, cocoa, honey and gold. And the strength of ten thousand moons”. ~ Unknown We have to accept...