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The chatter and the climate

At this newspaper we had been anticipating an increase in political campaign violence down the road because of how much the political directorate had...

Tubal turns a new leaf

Founder refutes rumors that school will close down; says that rather, they are seeking a fresh start In the face of rumors of its dissolution,...

Professor Bain’s case will be heard on October 6

Jamaica’s Supreme Court has set Monday, October 6, 2014, to hear the challenge of Professor Brendan Bain, the head of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional...

Mexican Embassy hosts 4th Mexican Trade Mission to Belize

In an effort to nurture and expand trade relationships between the neighboring countries of Belize and Mexico, the Embassy of Mexico in Belize and...

New Horizons delivers new school building to Sadie Vernon High

A new school building built by New Horizons 2014 in the Sadie Vernon High School Compound on Partridge Street was handed over by officials...

ABTEC training program graduates 24

Apart from the thousands of students who are graduating from various academic institutions across the country, a group of 24 individuals between the ages...

Andrew Lopez new SJC prez

Official sources from St. John’s College have confirmed to Amandala that former National Security Minister Jorge Espat has decided not to renew his three-year...

Teachers suspended over drowning of 2 students

Four teachers from the Escuela Secondaria Tecnica Mexico High School of San Roman, Corozal District, are to be subjected to punitive measures which were...

Drastic dropout rates at GOB high schools trigger merger

Against the backdrop of alarming dropout and repetition rates at certain Southside government high schools in Belize City, the Ministry of Education today confirmed...

Toledo ITVET lecturers discontented with school manager

Instructors claim mismanagement, but Education Ministry says they are trying to be “accuser, judge and jury” Since the start of this week, a group...

Must Read

Media granted essential service status, but needs pass during curfew hours

BELIZE CITY, Wed. Apr. 1, 2020-- During the national state of emergency, media workers have been granted essential service status. This basically means that...

COVID-19 locks down Belize

The nation is now in a national State of Emergency BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Apr. 2, 2020-- Belizeans all across the city were seen in lines...

Amandala wants you to be safe when handling our newspaper

In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Amandala understands that some people may have concern about the safety process the primary handlers of our...