-gross overstaffing seen
Over 5,000 laptops costing more than $300 million from the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) project were either stolen or defective, according to an investigation into the initiative which found that the OLPF fell short of its objective, was “grossly overstaffed” and the $4.3 billion spent on it could have been reduced. 0
All cable broadcasters would have to pay outstanding spectrum fees as bad debts might determine whether they are granted licences in the future, says Chairman of the Guyana National Broadcasting Authority (GNBA), Lennox Craig. 0
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Just before Bohemia on the Corentyne, East Berbice is the tiny village of Susannah, also called Number 15, a fairly obscure community as most persons refer to the road up to the Borlam turn as the “Nineteen Road,” although Number 19 is a few villages away.