After a delay in meeting its two targets for the start of trading government bonds, Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) CEO Keith Davies said he’s confident trading will begin early in the new year.
Operators had initially set a November deadline for trading to begin on
The Canadians plan to lead a clean technology and infrastructure mission to The Bahamas next month after strong storms and hurricanes turned their attention toward this region, Canada’s High Commissioner to The Bahamas Laurie Peters said.
Peters, who will speak at the Bahamas Business Outlook on January
Chairman and chief executive of one of the country’s newest digital wallet service providers, Keith Davies, called the launch of The Bahamas’ first digital currency, the Sand Dollar, a historic milestone that will revolutionize how transactions are made between merchants and consumers.
“There’s no doubt that
One month ago, Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) and its global partner Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) partnered in a joint Eco-Schools For Children campaign to support students and teachers in the Eco-Schools Bahamas Programme that were severely impacted by Hurricane Dorian.
FEE and BREEF
There’s an adage that says the race isn’t always to the swift, but those that endure to the end – and this holds true for students at St. John’s College (SJC) who had anticipated participating in the 2019 Bridgestone World Solar Car Challenge in Darwin,
Bahamian students enrolled at Trinity College School (TCS), Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, are able to benefit from a $70,000 endowment fund established by the Tomlinson family. Any Bahamian student who applies to TCS is eligible to receive funds, if they make a request.
Donnie Tomlinson, a
Bahamian author Carol A. Lightbourn has penned two new children’s books with uplifting messages and happy endings for children in “Peppy Potcake” and “Misty the Surrey Horse”.
“Peppy Potcake” is an eight-chapter children’s novel which tells the tale of a potcake puppy who escapes from the
Steven Gardiner culminated the year with one of the greatest single performances in the history of sports in the country, and was consequently voted as The Nassau Guardian’s Senior Male Athlete of the Year for 2019.
He is now a world champion, and was a unanimous selection for
It is easy to spot him on the field as he has always donned the Bahamian flag on his helmet. He is Bahamian collegiate football player and graduate offensive lineman Chris Ferguson, who will be wearing the flag once again in his final collegiate game when his 23rd ranked University of Cincinnati
It was not the way Bahamian middleweight boxer Tureano “Reno” Johnson envisioned his year to end, but on doctor’s orders, he had to cancel his December 20 World Boxing Association (WBA) contendership elimination bout against Russian Magomed Madiev at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix,