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SSL: We could pay debts ‘in full
Directors of embattled investment firm Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) said that the company was in a position to pay “in full” its debts when it applied for a voluntary wind-up last month, documents obtained by The Gleaner have revealed. On...

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Today's Issue Published: Thursday, February 2, 2023
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SSL: We could pay debts ‘in full'

Directors of embattled investment firm Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) said that the company was in a position to pay “in full” its debts when it applied for a voluntary wind-up last month, documents obtained by The Gleaner have revealed. On...

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News

SSL crisis sparks investment concern in diaspora

Jamaican expatriates with investments in their homeland have been cautious about liquidating their securities in the wake of the $3-billion Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) fraud. Members of the diaspora said, however, that they were awaiting...

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Sports

Blake hopes for Paris farewell

YOHAN BLAKE wont be contesting any more championship 200-metre races. Thats the word from Blake himself in an interview recently. Visiting India as an Event Ambassador for the 18th edition of the Mumbai Marathon held on January 15, the Jamaican...

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Business

After Tesla price cut, Ford follows suit with Mustang Mach-E

Ford is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV by as much as US$6,000. The Detroit automaker is increasing production of the Mach-E this year and said it is taking advantage of streamlined costs to reduce prices across the board. The cut...

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Entertainment

Protoje promises special experience at The Lost in Time Festival

If the good vibrations that permeated through the small group that gathered at the AC Hotel Kingston for the media launch of The Lost in Time Festival foreshadow what is to come from the show on February 25, then patrons are in for a great event...

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Commentary

Editorial | Publish all FSC/SSL reports

Between Dr Nigel Clarkes tactical release of information and leaks by other sources, Jamaicans are facing an olfactory assault from a swampy management culture at Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) and a spectacular failure of regulation that...

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Letters

Letter of the Day | Literacy is a fundamental human right
THE EDITOR, Madam: The power of reading is infectious. Once a student takes ownership of the keys to reading a total transformation begins. Unfortunately, there are millions of people globally who have yet to experience this human right....

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Lifestyle

Something Extra | Thursday

Kamilas Kitchen, located along Skyline Drive, was the perfect place for the Red Stripe-sponsored Thank Jah Is Friday live show with beloved artistes Julian Marley and Kumar. The hilltop retreat had the right ambience and energy for the...

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Food

Danzi Kitchen has tongues wagging in Clarendon

The name Danzi Kitchen has been on the tongues of many food enthusiasts across May Pen in Clarendon. Danzi Kitchens owner, restaurateur, 28-year-old Shericka Lewinson, told The Gleaner that after completing her degree in media and communication at...

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