Guyanese Online Website – 12th Year – now over 7.8 Million Views

Guyanese Online celebrated its 11th Anniversary in February 2021.

We have a large database of Guyanese worldwide.  Most of our readers (over 78%), are in the USA, Canada, and the UK & EU.

The website has carried articles and videos on Guyana, as well as articles and videos on a wide range of subjects that may be of interest to our readers, many of them non-Guyanese  We hope that you like our selections. On the anniversary, we have had over 7.3 millions views on the website.  This increases by at least 60,000 every month.    Continue reading

Welcome to the GUYANESE ONLINE – est. February 2010

Kaieteur Falls. Guyana. South America

The Guyanese Online Blog: Tenth Anniversary – February 2020

Now over seven Million views


                Guyanese Online Celebrated its 10th Anniversary – February 2020.

                       Published by Cyril Bryan –

  • The first entry in Guyanese Online was published on February 9, 2010.

  • At midnight on February 8, 2020 the total hits to date were 6,620,655. Total Posts or Entries were 13,254.
  • This website and the regular mail-outs are viewed by thousands of Guyanese and others, especially in the Diaspora.
  • We hope that Guyanese Online has been helpful in advertising the work of Guyanese Associations worldwide.        
  • We also hope that you have enjoyed the news, articles, and  commentaries on various subjects that relate to Guyana, the Caribbean Region and Internationally.

    Cyril Bryan 2020

    We thank all those who have contributed to make this website a success.

    Most of all we thank the Associations and individuals who have made donations to ensure its viability over the years. 


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The Newsletter and Blog for Guyanese Associations and Groups, and individuals Worldwide

Welcome to the Guyanese Online Blog.

This Blog’s first entry was on February 9, 2010 and the first Newsletter was published in March 2010.

It was created by Cyril Bryan, as a project to help Guyanese in the Diaspora to be connected to some of the positive news from Guyana, as well as to the work being done by Guyanese and Guyanese organisations around the world.   Blog entries are inserted daily and every day a list of these entries is emailed to thousands of Guyanese around the world. Send your name and email to to receive this list or relay it to your contacts. All entries are also in Facebook.. Thank you

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GUYANA SPEAKS– TWO ZOOM EVENTS — January 16 and January 30, 2022

Guyana Cultural Association of New York (GCA) – Produces Cultural Jigsaw Puzzles…Press Release



Central High Alumni Association Toronto Chapter- CHAAG: New Year 2022 Message + Video

Friends Of Villages Museum – Year End Release — December 2021

Guyanese in the Diaspora Inc. and St. Rose’s Alumni Association USA Inc – Toy Giveaway. Brooklyn NY

Buxton NGSA Achievement Award Presentation and Backpack Distribution + Newsletter

Guyana Charities (Canada) Inc. – GCC- October 2021 Newsletter

GCA – GUYANA FOLK MAGAZINE – 2021 Third Quarter Edition

GUYANA: Linden: Purchase a copy of the Best of Linden Magazine!



Guyanese Online Entries from January 1, 2018 – Click Links to View

Georgetown from Bank of Guyana Building. St George’s Cathedral at center.

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UK: Groundbreaking work on slave economy, by Dr. Eric Williams, finally back on UK shelves

Seminal work by scholar and future politician Eric Williams, rejected 80 years ago, to be republished in Britain

Dr Eric Williams in 1961, when he was president of Trinidad and Tobago, speaking at Central Hall in London's Westminster.
PHOTO: Dr. Eric Williams in 1961, when he was president of Trinidad and Tobago, speaking at Central Hall in London’s Westminster. Photograph: Val Wilmer/Getty
Sun 23 Jan 2022 09.30 GMT – THE GUARDIAN

But when Eric Williams – who would later become the first prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago – sought to publish his “mind-blowing” thesis on capitalism and slavery in Britain, he was shunned by publishers and accused of undermining the humanitarian motivation for Britain’s Slavery Abolition Act. It was not until 1964 that the work found a publisher in the UK, but it has been out of print here for decades.

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USA: A Tribute in memory of Colin Moore – By Lear Matthews

Colin Moore

A Tribute in memory of Colin Moore  – By Lear Matthews

As we mourn the loss of Colin Moore, bringing a message of condolence and comfort to his family, I would like to share a few thoughts about my friend, colleague and mentor. He has been a champion for human rights, a voice of the downtrodden and devoted son of the soil.

What he has done as a political activist, legal scholar, historian, community organizer, father, husband and citizen of the world has left an indelible mark which will continue to influence many lives. His political advocacy spanned the globe, but particularly Guyana, Jamaica and the US. He participated in early efforts to establish a National Arts Council Center in Guyana to promote cultural and ethnic unity, and national solidarity.        Continue reading

GUYANA: Government to make first drawdown from oil fund for 2022 budget


OilNOW- 22 January 2022

V.P Bharrat Jagdeo

Guyana’s Vice President Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo said last Friday that the government intends to use some of the proceeds from its US$607 million Natural Resource Fund to finance the government’s budget for the fiscal year 2022.

Guyana has been borrowing to finance its budget for years but plans to lower its fiscal deficit this year.

“The fiscal deficit this year, in this budget, would be lower than the fiscal deficit in last year because from a financing perspective, that means we’d have to borrow less because some of the oil and gas revenue will go to replace the high level of borrowing that we have had.”          Continue reading

GUYANA: OIL: The Natural Resource Fund Act: ZOOM Panel Discussion – January 29, 2022 – Moray House Trust

You are warmly invited to join the first Moray House Trust panel discussion of 2022:
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Title:             The Natural Resource Fund Act: perspectives
Speakers:     Tarron Khemraj, Mike McCormack, Christopher Ram
Moderator:   Alissa Trotz

Date:            Saturday 29th January 2022

Time:           5.00 PM Guyana —  4.00 PM EST — 9.00 PM London

Moray House Trust is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Panel: The Natural Resource Fund Act: perspectives
Time: Jan 29, 2022 05:00 PM Guyana
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 841 1520 1430
Passcode: 441934


The government of Guyana has opted to create a sovereign wealth fund with the revenue earned from the offshore extraction of oil. This has not proven to be a straightforward exercise. Join our panel as they offer perspectives on the economics, the ethics and the legislation involved. The panel will consist of Professor Tarron Khemraj (economist), Christopher Ram (of Article 13) and Mike McCormack (of Policy Forum Guyana). Professor Alissa Trotz will moderate.

Moray House Trust has spent a decade working to promote Guyanese culture and public discourse. We believe that a culture thrives and develops where ideas circulate and are robustly debated and interrogated.
If you would like to ask questions or make a comment, please join via Zoom.
Moray House Trust

GUYANA: Balram Singh Rai (1921-2022): The source of his politics – By Clem Seecharan

This is abridged from my introductory essay to a biography of Rai by Baytoram Ramharack, Against the Grain: Balram Singh Rai and the Politics of British Guiana (Trinidad: Chakra, 2005).

Editor’s Note: In the last two weeks, we have lost several Guyanese who have made significant contributions to political, economic and cultural life. This week’s column pays homage to one of them, and is dedicated also to the memory of Ron Bobb-Semple and Yesu Persaud.

Balram Singh Rai

Balram Singh Rai (1921-2022), a minister in Cheddi Jagan’s government from 1959 until he was expelled from the PPP in June 1962, died in Oxford, England earlier this month. He migrated to England in 1970, and had taken no perceptible part in Guyanese politics since his Justice Party was comprehensively defeated in the first general elections under PR, in December 1964. It is arguable that he was demoralised by the scale of his defeat, and that he became something of a recluse thereafter. He was a tremendous loss to  Guyana’s political culture. I will attempt a survey of what inspired his brief political career, his philosophical promptings.          Continue reading

POLITICS: Female Leadership Is Good for The World. Just Look at Barbados – Mandeep Rai | The Guardian UK

By Mandeep Rai | The Guardian UK

PM Mia Mottley

Mia Mottley is just one of a raft of strong women across the Caribbean and South America tackling society’s most pressing issues. The world could learn a lot from them

I am writing from South America and the Caribbean, having interviewed many female leaders, most recently from Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados. 

The level of respect for female political and business leaders here is partly because they have had to dig deeper to prove themselves, which I believe is one key to their success – particularly during turbulent times.        Continue reading

BOOK: From Rags to Riches: Is Guyana Ready for the Oil Bonanza? – by Terence M Yhip 

Published in Paperback – Jan. 5 2021 – by Terence M Yhip 

Guyana’s initial discovery of approximately 9 billion barrels of recoverable oil offshore now puts the country squarely on the precipice of economic prosperity for decades to come. But will that happen? Guyanese are asking themselves if their country is ready to manage the oil money, wisely and productively.
They look at many hydrocarbon-rich rich countries in the region and elsewhere and they don’t like what they see. Far from befitting from the oil wealth, the countries are mired in political chaos, corruption and economic stagnation. Many countries, such as Trinidad and Tobago (sister CARICOM state), face depletion of oil and gas reserves by the end of this decade or so, but their economies are more dependent than ever on the energy sector, hammered by low energy prices..

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CHINA: RACISM: China’s Ugly, Disturbing yet Open Secret – Opinion – Video by Serpentza –

CHINA: RACISM: China’s Ugly, Disturbing yet Open Secret

There’s something about China you need to know… its racism  , that is condoned by their government.

Video by Serpenza – January 20, 2022.

GUYANA: Ron Bobb-Semple has taken his final bow — by Francis Quamina Farrier

Ron Bobb-Semple as Marcus Garvey

— by Francis Quamina Farrier 

Guyanese veteran Communicator and actor of stage and screen, Ron Bobb-Semple, recently took his final bow on the stage of life, having lived the prescribed three scores and ten. He is yet another long-standing friend and colleague of mine who has died as a result of COVID-19 complications.
In the Pepperpot Magazine of September 27, 2020, I wrote of losing other long-standing friends and colleagues, including veteran actor of stage, television and screen, Gordon Case, who was based in London, England. Billy Braithwaite and Jimmy Bacchus, two businessmen who were based in New York city and who had contracted the coronavirus in the early stages of its arrival, were featured in the first article of mine which focused on the COVID-19 pandemic. They both were friends of mine for over 55 years.

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Central High School Alumni – CHAAG – Service for Ronald Bobb-Semple – ZOOM Meeting – January 24, 2022


Central High School Alumni Association Toronto – CHAAG

Topic: Service for Ronald Bobb-Semple
Time: Jan 24, 2022 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 901 196 8089   –   Passcode: COFGTBFH


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