RelatedJamaicans Get Ready to Celebrate Independence in South Florida RelatedJamaicans Get Ready to Celebrate Independence in South Florida FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail MIAMI — Jamaicans in South Florida are gearing to celebrate the nation’s 49th anniversary of Independence across the tri-county area – Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. The planned events include a number of cultural presentations, such as church services, galas and concerts to commemorate the event. On Saturday, July 30, patrons will celebrate at the annual Grand Independence Ball to be held at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure Hotel in Weston. Guest speaker will be Professor Jane Cross, Shepard Broad Law Centre at the Nova Southeastern University in Davie. Proceeds will benefit needy children of Jamaica and the United States. Parishioners at the Kendall Community Church of God in Miami will stage the fifth annual Jamaica Independence Gospel Service on Sunday, July 31. Later that day, the annual cultural performance, ‘Culturama 2011 Mello-go-Round’, takes place at the Coral Springs Centre for the Arts in Coral Springs. The event will showcase a variety of Jamaican traditional folk art forms that include dance, song and drama performed by Jamaica Festival award winning students who will be joined by several local entertainers from South Florida. On Independence Day, Saturday, August 6, hundreds of Jamaicans and friends in the Diaspora are expected to join in celebration for the second annual Jamaica Flag Day to be held at the Lauderhill Sport Complex on Oakland Boulevard. At a flag-raising ceremony, officials of that City will present a proclamation to the Consul General to pay respect to the positive impact demonstrated by Jamaicans in the Diaspora. Lauderhill, a suburb of Fort Lauderdale in Broward County is home to one of the largest population of Jamaicans in Florida State. Minister of Education, Hon. Andrew Holness is expected to be special guest at the Premiere Independence Ball to take place later that day at the Renaissance Hotel in Plantation. As is customary, the Consulate General of Jamaica in Miami will host the annual Ecumenical Church Service to be held on Sunday, August 7, beginning at 4:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale, downtown Fort Lauderdale. Guest preacher will be Bishop Delford Davis, Pastor of the Power of Faith Ministries in Portmore, St. Catherine. The officiating Minister will be the Reverend Karl Francis, Pastor of the Living Word Open Bible Church, Cooper City. Consul General, Sandra Grant Griffiths will deliver the welcome remarks and will also read the Independence message from the Prime Minister, the Hon. Bruce Golding. Proceeds from the service will benefit three outreach projects – the Power of Faith Ministries basic education programme, Food for the Poor, and the Coalition of Jamaican Alumni Associations (CJAA) in South Florida. The evening culminates with the staging of Jamaica’s 49th Independence and Cultural Celebration, which will take place at the Miramar Regional Park in Miramar. The rich cultural explosion will feature a variety of entertainment, music and foods. On Sunday, August 14, the Christian Awareness Association, will hold its Mass of Thanksgiving celebrating the nation’s anniversary of Independence at the All Saints Catholic Church in Sunrise. The Service will be officiated by the Reverend Father Walter Dorsey. Other activities of celebration will take place across Florida State, including Port St. Lucie, Palm Bay, Tampa and Orlando. By Cheryl Wynter JIS INFORMATION ATTACHEJAMAICAN CONSULATEMIAMI RelatedJamaicans Get Ready to Celebrate Independence in South Florida Jamaicans Get Ready to Celebrate Independence in South Florida CultureJuly 30, 2011 Advertisements
Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Telia targets cost cuts with new enterprise IoT play Telia reveals revamp to boost infrastructure assets Home Telia continues Eurasia sell-off with Turkcell stake cut Previous ArticleSprint undercuts AT&T with free iPhone 8 dealNext ArticleReliance Jio sees “astonishing” uptick in 4G speeds AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 19 SEP 2017 Related Tags Telia Company sold another seven per cent of its stake in Turkcell for TRY1.8 billion ($514 million), as the Sweden-based operator group continues the disposal of assets outside its core markets.The sale to institutional investors sees Telia divest the last of its directly held shares in the Turkish operator. It retains a further 24 per cent share through its stake in company Turkcell Holding.The size of its indirect investment still makes the company the largest single shareholder in the Turkish operator.Telia’s move fits with its strategy of asset disposal in its non-core markets – with a focus on exiting Eurasia.It sold seven per cent of Turkcell in May and completed the divestment of its 60 per cent share in the company that controls Tajikstan operator T-Cell in April. Rumours emerged in June it was mulling the reduction of its stake in Russian operator MegaFon as part of an ongoing review of its business.In the company’s latest financial statement – for the six months to the end of June – Telia said its remaining assets in Eurasia were “available for immediate sale”. It expects the last of its interests in the region to be offloaded by the end of 2017.Announcing the latest Turkcell stake sale, Telia CEO and president Johan Dennelind (pictured) said: “The sale of the remaining directly owned shares in Turkcell is in accordance with the strategy to focus on operations in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Telia Company will continue to be the largest shareholder in Turkcell and continues to work hard to find solutions to the ownership lock and to restore effective corporate governance.” Chris Donkin Telia claims positive start to strategy revamp Author TeliaTurkcell
Hristo Stoichkov, who is said to own 20% of CSKA’s shares, declared open war on Stoycho Stoilov, the team’s manager. Here is what he wrote on his official Instagram account:I realized that a man was talking about me. I kicked the same individual out of Litex’s locker room many years ago. With that, I closed his door to me. It is a broken dollar that has ruined dozens of careers and footballers and coaches. But his time is running out. His master will not keep him forever. Because of him, many are jumping on CSKA now, but I will tell them that this broken dollar will not bring good to CSKA. He is the reason why CSKA lost the final and that we were not winners of the cup, and that I was far from the “Army”. I do not lead such CSKA players. I see on social media how much this individual “loves” him and hopefully he will be kicked out of our home soon. I have won the right to say things honestly and what is in my heart, and he is an anonymous person with a post. CSKA and its fans will remember him for wanting to beat him in all stadiums and for how many of our talents he lost. And I will tell the former wrestler not to hide behind them, if you have something to tell me, my phone is open. I will end with this, “Army” I will always be loyal to CSKA.
CEST Upd. at 16:02 After the move collapsed — due to the paper work not being uploaded on time — reports surfaced that Madrid would have to pay De Gea to compensate him for not signing him. Sport EN Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has slammed the reports which have suggested Los Blancos have had to pay David de Gea 10 million euros for failing to sign him in the summer. “[It’s being said] by the same people who have been saying since I arrived at the club that I would make Madrid a PLC. De Gea’s move to Madrid fell through on the final day of the transfer window, with the Spanish goalkeeper instead remaining with Manchester United, where he signed a new contract last week. “Every day [since the move fell though], I have heard that we had to pay 10 million euros for not signing De Gea, but that is a lie,” Perez said. 20/09/2015 “Fifteen years later, they are still accusing me of corrupting assemblies.”