Nothing Matters is the latest creative project from DJ Afifa. It is a collection of writings about the history and reality of life and survival through the eyes of an African woman living in Jamaica . Afifa Aza lives and works in Jamaica. She makes music, djs and creates spaces inspired by music. She is… Continue reading Why doesn’t anything matter anymore?
Nothing Matters Haikus, Poems and other Writings by DJ Afifa Aza is rich with ideas, thoughts and perspectives of life in Jamaica that is written in thought provoking snippets. Afifa explores life, current events, and news articles throughout the text in a way that only DJ Afifa can - that is so direct and real… Continue reading Get your Copy Today!
Based on the current status of the salary negotiations with the Jamaica Teachers’ Association (JTA) and the Government of Jamaica, it is uncertain as to the colour of Christmas for the island’s teachers.
This Wednesday and Thursday at Di Institute for Social Leadership. 1-6:30pm. Lets start a reasoning about the recent apologies by the Prime Minister to the Rasatafari community and to the residents of Tivoli Gardens.
Whenever they talk about bad weather in Jamaica they talk about climate change. This wasn't always the case but whenever it rains, especially in the main towns, it takes only a few minutes of consistent rainfall to see signs of flooding.
It is not in our best interest to continue to ignore the question
How can we build a nation on this small island?
nurturing visions coloured by the assimilation of British political tradition and culture.
Westminster has never been an answer.
Micheal Lee-Chin, Chairman of the Economic Growth Council is driven by the the belief that Jamaica can return to 1969 or 1970 when the econony grew between 5.4% and 11.94% respectively.
According the audited financial report for the period ending July 31 2016 the University operated at a deficit of BDS$18.7 million (Barbados dollars ) or US$9350000.00. The University is now forced to close the deficit while leading the way in the development of the region. Will becoming a business solve the problems of the University of the West Indies?
After 55 years of independence Jamaica is fully entrenched in a generational cycle of debt. Dependence is what we should be celebrating.
Trinidadian born writer and blogger Soyini Forde shares her review of Nothing Matters by DJ Afifa.