Daily Archives: August 29, 2015

GCA Awards Ceremony 2015 – Brooklyn Borough Hall – September 2, 2015

GCA AWARDS INVITATION

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GCA Awards Ceremony 2015 – Brooklyn Borough Hall – September 2, 2015 @ 6.00 pm

Awardees –2015 GCA AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

Also view Guyanese Online entry : CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GCA 2015 AWARDEES

Top 10 Countries with the highest Proven Crude Oil Reserves

Top 10 Countries with the highest Proven Crude Oil Reserves

Venezuela - Crude Oil

Venezuela – Crude Oil

Business Insider- eholodny@businessinsider.com (Elena Holodny)2015-08-13

The world powers and Iran recently struck a deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program for at least 10 years in exchange for billions of dollars in relief from international sanctions. One of the most talked-about side effects of the deal is the reentry of Iranian crude on the global markets.

Interestingly, although Iran has a huge amount of oil, the Islamic republic doesn’t even make it into the top three when it comes to proven crude oil reserves.

Using the data provided by Barclays commodities analyst Michael Cohen, we put together a list of the 10 countries sitting on the greatest amounts of crude oil. Check the list here:-  Continue reading

GUYANA – Latest News – 28 August 2015

 GUYANA – Latest News – 28 August 2015

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 August 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 27 August 2015

  • Gender equity conference
  • Scrutinise us says opposition PPP
  • HELP! – Look after your children, says grandmother
  • GRA employees urged to be confidential
  • Land Dispute: I’m not involved, says lawyer
  • Better conditions for pregnant women
  • CARIFESTA – Feel the beats
  • Sports

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Guyana Foundation Newsletter – August 2015

Guyana Foundation Newsletter – August 2015 

Transforming the Lives of People for a Better World. 

Dear Friends,

A few weeks ago, the Guyana Foundation was officially recognized by the government of Guyana as an approved charitable entity, and added to the list of organizations eligible for tax-exempt status on donations received.

This new status allows us to channel an even greater percentage of our resources to directly impact the lives of people in need across Guyana. It has also opened up many exciting possibilities for us – and discussions are currently underway with major charitable foundations and business entities around the world that we hope to partner with in the coming months. Continue reading

Ethnic Division Dilemma – by Dave Martins

Ethnic Division Dilemma – by Dave Martins

Dave Martins

Dave Martins

From a boy of 10 or so, growing up on West Dem, it was there in front of me – the difference between Indians and blacks, what we refer to today as the ethnic divide; I never heard the term back then. Only on my return here did I come to understand the depth of this rift, and the dilemma it poses for Guyana. In the wake of the election, several prominent voices, including our former Speaker Ralph Ramkarran, have addressed the resolution of this topic; Freddie Kissoon in Kaieteur News has recently written a stirring column on the subject, citing East Indian myopia; I urge all Guyanese to read those columns.  Continue reading

The Fantastic African Pen Art of Enam Bosokah

Enam Bosokah

Enam Bosokah

The Fantastic African Pen Art of Enam Bosokah

The young African artist Enam Bosokah has the amazing ability to create hyper-realistic portraits with nothing but a regular pen! Enam continues to amaze the world with his majestic works that teach us something: To create art, the only elements really necessary are passion, creativity and talent. He obviously has all 3, as his paintings almost seem to come alive.

pen art enam bosokah

 

 

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