The fear of exercising our mind to its full potential

Yesterday we celebrated Emancipation day. Trinidad and Tobago was the first independent country to declare a national holiday to commemorate the abolition of slavery in the British Empire.

A disingenuous and dishonest people

We continue to tell a lie.

A life well lived

Growing up in Belmont in the 60s and 70s, my fondest memories are of a strong community, family and extended family values and spirit.

Progress cannot be rushed

There are so many different views about almost everything under the sun.

Things That Matter

Change brings growth

As the citizens of the twin-island Republic celebrate on Thursday, Divali - the Festival of Lights which symbolises light over darkness and good over evil - it serves as a reminder of the multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-racial reality of Trinidad and Tobago.

Keith Joseph is the Secretary General of Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees (CANOC), Vice President of PANAM Sports, Secretary General of ST Vincent and Grenadines National Olympic Committee, General Secretary of NACAC

Change or be Changed - A new world sport order

FIFA’s new proposal upturns international sports status quo