By Rhoda Reddock Rhoda Reddock is emerita Professor of Gender, Social Change, and Development at the University of the West Indies, St.
Before proceeding with today’s article, we wish to clarify that the views expressed in last week’s article entitled “Global Witness’s withdrawal of its report on Guyana” are those of this columnist.
Since the darkness of COVID-19 cast its shadow over Guyana, many Guyanese have been left in a quandary.
Early Wednesday, as the sun shone through the open window, I received a short text from my American-born long-time friend writing from her chilly New York apartment, “Today is not a holiday.
A young child is groomed and sexually abused by an adult male.
Accepting a black-and-brown America Rajdai is not an actual person. But this narrative is based on what actually happened to an Indo-Guyanese young lady just like her.
The Embassy has remained open to provide emergency and mission-critical visa services throughout the pandemic.
‘(The) dominant political elements in Guyana and the resulting reality (is) that governments tend to prefer to have in place not neutral or neutered public servants but those who are among their enthusiastic and active supporters.
Tomorrow, Joe Biden will become the forty-sixth President of the United States.
Last February, Global Witness issued a report entitled “SIGNED AWAY: How Exxon’s exploitative deal deprived Guyana of up to US$55 billion”.
By Anthony Bogues Anthony Bogues is the Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory, Professor of Africana Studies, and Director of the Center of the Study of Slavery and Justice at Brown University This is an edited version of an article that appeared in the South African based Mail and Guardian Thought Leader, January 13, 2021 January 6, 2021 was a historic day in American politics.
The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) has brought a charge against a dental surgeon.
Please save our, Brigadier’s Park! and these Gorillas! Hello friends – both “regulars” and newcomers to this man-in-the–street column – come share, with me, my brief lamentations, concerns and a few expectations as 2021 gains its two-week momentum.
Being one of the largest industries in the world and a significant driver of unfettered development across the Caribbean, there is a lot being banked upon the reinvigoration of the tourism industry in the age of COVID-19.
On January 6, 2021 the California Congresswoman, Jackie Speier thought back to a traumatic November day, as she and her colleagues in the United States (U.S.)
By Mary Robinson DUBLIN – COVID-19 turned the world upside down in 2020.
Whether an election has been fraudulent or not cannot be determined by means of persistent bluster, propaganda and definitely not insurrection.
By Dr Bertrand Ramcharan The occasional exchanges on ethnic relations in Guyana that one sometimes sees in the local media could benefit from the infusion of some basic principles.
Last year was a disaster for Caribbean tourism. Estimates suggest that visitor arrivals to the region fell by 75% in the last three quarters of 2020 causing overall Caribbean economic growth for the year to contract by 6.2%.
The Auditor General carried out a special audit of the fees paid by the Ministry of Legal Affairs for legal services during the period May 2015 to August 2020.