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That 'damaged goods' comment should be retracted
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Where does freedom of speech start/stop?
Dear Editor,The beheading of Samuel Patty, a French middle-school teacher, on October 16, 2020 in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a suburb of Paris, has reignited the issue of the selective application of the concept of freedom of speech.... Read More

NCB branch upgrade?
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Deandra Dottin is a superb batswoman

Tuesday, October, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,The West Indies has another Christopher Gayle in the form of a female. Her name is Deandra Dottin, a right-handed batswoman and right-arm fast bowler on the West Indies women's cricket team. Read More

We reap what we waste

Tuesday, October, 27 2020    

Dear Editor,As a nation, we do not have a tradition of environmental support, and we often ridicule the work of Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) and that of Peter Espeut. Read More

Set up better system for burial of national icons

Tuesday, October, 27 2020    

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COVID-19, rains expose grave need

Tuesday, October, 27 2020    

Dear Editor, The novel coronavirus pandemic has shown how unprepared we are for this new era, especially in the provision of Internet connectivity. Read More

Harare now city in shambles

Tuesday, October, 27 2020    

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Gov't should remove CET, lower GCT on digital devices

Monday, October, 26 2020    

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Paul Buchanan's brilliant allegorical narrative

Monday, October, 26 2020    

Dear Editor,The Paul Buchanan's political narrative, 'Dreaming with Norman, Lisa and Golding', published in the Sunday Observer of October 25, 2020, was not only interesting, it was also instructive. Read More

Don't crucify Buju yet

Monday, October, 26 2020    

Dear Editor,Buju Banton is being crucified for daring to state that wearing a mask is nonsensical. Many of his critics view him as an ignoramus, but the truth is that they are misguided and woefully uninformed. Read More

The virtual Heroes' Day ceremony

Friday, October, 23 2020    

Dear Editor,On National Heroes' Day I have become accustomed to sitting through a long, winding ceremony.This year, the virtual format was pleasant and interesting. Read More



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