The Haitian Internet Newsletter

Anthony Bennett (Ti Tony) di: Gen Gang Nan Sekte Prive a Tou!

Gen jen ki gen zam ki se Gang!

FLASH: Sister of Haiti Education Minister Josue Agenor Cadet Shot and Killed

Breaking News... The big sister of Haiti's Minister of National Education was murdered late Monday night at her home in St-Louis du Nord, Haiti.

Haiti Business - Marche Ti Tony burned down, Anthony Bennett says it's just a rumor

News spread on social media yesterday that Marché Ti Tony S.A, a wholesale food products distribution company in Port-au-Prince, was completely burned to the ground. Owner Anthony Bennett (Ti Tony) says that's not true.

Chili is closing its doors, Haitians traveling to Chile will no longer be able to work

Chile's newly elected president, Sebastián Piñera announced on Monday a new immigration reform prohibiting Haitian and foreign immigrants from working in the country. Starting April 16th, all Haitians who want to go to Chile must apply for a tourist visa that will only allow you to stay in Chile for a maximum of 30 days...

Haitian Relationships - Why do people change after they get married?

I participated in a radio program over the weekend and the topic was: Why do people change after they get married? I made three (3) points on the air that I wanted to share with you...

Spirit Airlines brings its Ultra Low Fares to Cap Haitien (CAP) from Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

Spirit Airlines begins flights from Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL) to Cap-Haitien International Airport in Haiti. Fly Fort Lauderdale to Cap Haitien and Save Big, the airline company says on their web site.

Haiti-Dominican Relations: Haitian consumers in Anse-a-Pitres fighting back with the money in their pocket.

Haitian authorities in Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti, refused to open the border with neighboring Pedernales, Dominican Republic, to allow access a bi-national market blocking the flow of Haitian money into Dominican pockets who desperately need it.

Immigration : 14,782 Haitian immigrants deported from the Dominican Republic first 3 months of 2018

Dominican Authorities have been very busy deporting Haitians out of their country lately. The Dominican Republic has deported 14,782 Haitian immigrants during the first 3 months of 2018, according to news reports.

One thing I notice about the Haitian media... But what if???

There's one thing I notice about the Haitian media: They criticize a lot but they almost never congratulate... Let me tell you a story...

Haiti Police launches "Operation Welcome to Haiti," NO Motorcycles allowed near the Airport!

Haiti Airport Security - The Haitian National police force (PNH) has just launched a news security operation nicknamed "Bienvenue en Haiti" (Welcome to Haiti) in an attempt to safeguard travelers and tourists coming and going at Haiti's Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince.