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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | May 1, 2017 | 5:00 AM
Terri Harrison from the South African High Commission looking lovely on her country’s National Day.
Charge d’affaires of South Africa Philip Riley and his wife Desiree at the republic’s Freedom Day celebration.
Ghana’s Honorary Consul, Patrick Lynch, poses with his beautiful wife, Marguerite.
Kayon Wallace (left), FLOW’s director of corporate communications and stakeholder management, shows off her custom FLOW ‘Girls in ICT Day’ T-shirt, to the amusement of Marcia Forbes (centre), company director at Phase 3 Productions, and ‘Hackathon’ organiser Bridget Lewis of Cotton Tree Consulting.
Sheila Bullock decided to capture the proceedings of South Africa’s Freedom Day with her camera.
Hillary Stuart-Alexander (left), permanent secretary in the ministry of science, energy and technology, poses with FLOW ‘super woman’ Rochelle Cameron, vice-president, legal and regulatory, after she was presented with the Girls in ICT Guru Award at the Office of Utilities Regulation’s Girls in ICT Day seminar at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Thursday.
The beautiful duo of UNAIDS Country Director Nkhensani Mathubathe (left) and Helene Hagen-Larsen.
Susanna Osullivan (second left), FLOW’s senior director, IT service assurance and deployment, shares a selfie with students at the International Telecommunications Union’s Girls in Information and Communication Technology Day Caribbean Hackathon.
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We start this week with celebrations. The Republic of South Africa celebrated National Day, or Freedom Day, last Thursday, and the South African High Commission in Jamaica marked the occasion with a soiree at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel. Also on Thursday, telecommunications giant FLOW celebrated Girls in Information and Communication Technology Day, and it was all about showing super power. Happy Monday!