KINGSTON, July 27, 2020 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness says Jamaica must fundamentally transform its approach to technology to remain relevant and competitive in the 21st century to compete in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Washington DC., July 24, 2020 - The Government of Jamaica as well as former prime minister PJ Patterson, have sent letters of condolence to the United States Congressional Black Caucus on the passing of the long-standing Representative for Georgia’s 5th District, John Lewis on the 17th of July 2020.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA. JULY 20,2020: The People’s National Party (PNP) says Prime Minister Andrew Holness’ outburst at his Area Council One meeting on Sunday shows the extent to which he will go to create a false equivalency as a smokescreen to cover his Ministers, who have been caught several times in wrongdoing, corruption and breaches of the government’s land divestment policy.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, July 10, 2020 - A Gleaner story, written by Christopher Serju and published in the Friday July 10 issue of the publication, quoted prime minister Andrew Holness as saying that "the country is still paying for ideological missteps of the Michael Manley-led People’s National Party (PNP) administration from 1972 to 1978."
KINGSTON, Jamaica, June 29, 2020 - With the opening of Jamasica's borders to visitors in an effort to restart the economy, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has bowed to public pressure and has announced new COVID pre-testing requirements for visitors to Jamaica from high-risk US states.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, June 24, 2020: The People's National Party (PNP) has expressed grave concern over the silence of the Jamaican government on the efforts by a United States legislator to introduce a new law targeting countries that have accepted Cuban health-care workers in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, June 23, 2020: People's National Party (PNP) Shadow Minister of National Security, Mr. Fitz Jackson is again expressing concern over the continued flow of illegal guns and ammunition into Jamaica and the resultant high murder rate across the island as a result of gun crimes.