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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | October 16, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Courtleigh Group Director of Marketing and Sales, Nicola Madden-Greig, spending some time with acting South African High Commissioner, Tyrone Gunnie and his children.
South African High Commission Consular Officer, Sibongile Khumalo, was happy to show off her South African themed outfit.
Shorna-Kay Richards (second from right), director of bilateral relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, along with other Foreign Services Officers from the Ministry.
South African High Commission political secretary, Terry Harrison, was out to make a fashion statement.
These South African friends were delighted to mingle, drink and bask in their culture.
From left: Peter Mark Chin, deputy executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies; Jerry Benzwick, president of the Jamaica Rugby Football Union; Lascelles Chin, founder and executive chairman of LASCO Affiliated Companies; Nicole Grant-Brown, president, of Jamaica Amateur Gymnastics Association; Table Tennis athlete, Simon Tomlinson; and Ryan Foster, CEO of Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA), mark the occasion with a quick photo op during the press briefing announcing a $28m nutrition partnership between LASCO and the JOA at Courtleigh Hotel, recently.
Team Salada (From second left) Marvin Kerr, marketing coordinator; Tamii Brown, commercial and corporate affairs manager; Marlon Blenman, IT manager; and Janice James, sales representative, welcomes their extended family members, breast cancer survivors Icilda Porter (left) and Eulalee Callum (right), to the inaugural Pink Dash at Emancipation Park, recently.


From Jerk Meets Braai to the Pink Dash and the press briefing announcing a $28m nutrition partnership between LASCO and the JOA, there was a grand blend of fashion statements at these recent events, and Something Extra brings you the highlights.