Why Corruption Is a Women’s Issue: An Article by Joan Grant Cummings

A single anti-corruption body. What a marvellous concept; an idea whose time has come. It’s actually long overdue. While many government ministers have been busy with the Jamaica 55 Diaspora Conference – downtown Kingston was abuzz with activity this week – the long-awaited Integrity Commission Bill landed back with a thump in the Lower House of … More Why Corruption Is a Women’s Issue: An Article by Joan Grant Cummings

Why Kenyans Are Sick of Voting: Gathara’s World

As you must know by now, I am a big fan of Kenyan political blogger Patrick Gathara. Here he is, hitting the nail on the head again about VOTING. Haven’t we had this conversation so many times before, here in Jamaica? I have to agree wholeheartedly with Mr. Gathara’s conclusion: “A democratic system is not about … More Why Kenyans Are Sick of Voting: Gathara’s World

Gathara’s World: Hold our Public Officials Responsible for State Failings – Not the People

I follow a marvelous political blog called “Gathara’s World.” It is written by a writer, cartoonist and strategic communications consultant in Kenya, Patrick Gathara, and it is simply one of my favorite blogs. Now, why do I love it so much, apart from the fact that it is extremely well written and regularly focuses on … More Gathara’s World: Hold our Public Officials Responsible for State Failings – Not the People