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Linton Kwesi Johnson gave poetry back to the people

The 2020 winner of the PEN Pinter Prize, LKJ’s poetry puts the ignominy and hardship of the black experience in Britain front and centre in words that echo across the decades

Disqualified team knock US out of 2018 World Cup

For the first time since 1986, the United States failed to qualify for the World Cup with a shock 2-1 defeat against Trinidad and Tobago.

Uganda: NGO takes govt to court for brain drain

Uganda's biggest public health threat is the drain of its medical brains to Trinidad and Tobago.

Jack Warner talks ‘unfinished business’

Former Fifa vice-president Jack Warner, who is also Trinidad and Tobago's Minister of Works, has hinted at a return to football administration.

Confident Proteas eyes Test series win over Windies

South Africa have every reason to start their three-Test series against the West Indies at Queen's Park Oval on Thursday in a confident mood.

Zim topple Windies in low-scoring T20 clash

Zimbabwe's spinners led the touring side to 26-run victory over the West Indies in a low-scoring Twenty20 international on Sunday.

Strong quake jolts Trinidad

A strong earthquake measuring 6 on the Richter scale rocked Trinidad and Tobago on Friday, alarming locals and leaving major areas of the Caribbean country of 1,3-million without electricity. Early media reports had the entire island of Tobago, and the south and north of densely populated Trinidad without electrical power.

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Sounding the alarm on shack fire losses

A tech solution to fires in informal settlements comes with insurance that pays out the victims of these blazes

How smuggled gold destined for Dubai or Singapore has links to France and Mali

Three Malagasy citizens were apprehended at OR Tambo International airport, but now the trail is found to connect to France and Mali

Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

The former president says he will talk once the courts have ruled, but the head of the state capture inquiry appears resigned to letting the clock run out as the commission's deadline nears

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