Mariah Lall

Social impact company weOwnspace marks one year

– 37 onsite, 270 online members served

Having recently celebrated its first anniversary as a company, the social impact project weOwnspace, remains resolute in its efforts to support the needs of Guyanese entrepreneurs while remaining sustainable in a developing economy.

Chenapau mops up after flooding

– recovery will be difficult, residents say

Photos by Mariah Lall One month after heavy rainfall caused severe flooding, residents of Chenapau Village, Region Eight (Potaro/Siparuni) are struggling to get back on their feet.

Accused Kaieteur Park miners released

-claim wrongful arrest

The nearly two dozen persons held for alleged illegal mining in the Kaieteur National Park (KNP) were yesterday afternoon released from custody and although they maintained their innocence, they were served with summons to attend court in July to answer charges that they acted in contravention of the Protected Areas Act.

KSM has answered call for quality in building supplies, CEO says

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of KSM Investments Inc Mahadeo Panchu is of the firm belief that the company can make a difference by supplying all projects, both private and public, with quality building supplies that will last a “lifetime and beyond.” “This whole investment is geared towards quality, value for money and making people’s lives better,” Panchu told Stabroek News in a recent interview, while noting that Guyanese have for too long suffered the agony of spending hard-earned money on poor quality concrete products.

Investor urges zero tolerance for subpar building materials in gov’t projects

-at launch of state-of-the-art concrete products factory

In keeping with its vision to modernise Guyana’s infrastructure, KSM Investments Inc. last evening launched its state-of-the-art concrete products factory, cement warehouse and interactive product display facility and Managing Director Mahadeo Panchu challenged the government to not accept the use of poor quality building materials in taxpayer-funded projects.