July 1, 2020

“Pouring the Stereotypes: A Racist-Sexist Cocktail”

Deborah Mencias McMillan: Let me begin by saying that I do not speak or write on behalf of all Belizeans who identify as Black or on [...]
July 1, 2020

Speech delivered by Carolyn Trench Sandiford on June 26, 2020 at John Paul II JC Commencement exercise

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June 30, 2020

Lifting the Veil from today’s Belize – Part I

By Bill Lindo: Belize’s economy has effectively collapsed since the lockdown at the end of March. The extent of that collapse is worrying for many of [...]
June 30, 2020

Micah Goodin pays tribute to Mayor Wagner’s handling COVID-19 economic storm

By Micah Goodin: I am very proud of how we have been able to weather the COVID-19 storm at the Belize City Council.
June 29, 2020

Southpoint Education International Article

Programmes on offer range from Business, Health and Computing. At Postgraduate level, this includes MBA with twelve different specialisations, MSc Business Management, MSc HR (SHRM recognized), [...]
June 29, 2020

#MeToo in the BDF

By Lisa Shoman: On June 19, 2020, the Friday before last, the BDF invited the media for a press briefing and requested that during the first [...]
June 25, 2020

A Call to Help

By Rudolph A. Neal: Recently, the Ministry of Education announced its intentions to reopen schools by August 10th. That is little over a month away, and [...]
June 22, 2020

You’re a 12,000 pound elephant

By Charles Leslie Jr: I know most of you have been at a circus at some point in your life.