Daily Archives: December 4, 2015

Guyana: More stories on corruption and bad governance

Guyana: More stories on corruption and bad governance 

GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 04, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 04 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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Meet The Caribbean Ambassadors Vying For The Miss World Title 2015

Meet The Caribbean Ambassadors Vying For The Miss World Title

Miss World -2015By NAN ET Writer – http://www.newsamericasnow.com/

News Americas, SANYA, China, Thurs. Dec. 3, 2015: The countdown has begun to the 65th edition of the Miss World pageant which takes place in Sanya, China on December 19th. Over 110 contestants from around the world are competing for the title of Miss World including 15 from the Caribbean.   Continue reading

Reggae Christmas CD – YouTube video

Reggae Christmas CD

Track list! Merry Christmas Everyone! Spread the Peace and Love this holiday season. 
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1. Rich Man For Christmas – Lovindeer – 0:01
2. Do You See What I See- Nikesha Lindo – 3:00
3. Away In A Manger- Donna Marie – 6:12
4. Joy To The World- Nikesha Lindo – 10:04
5. Hark The Herald Angels Sing- Eddie Lovette – 12:30   Continue reading

The Black/African Guyanese intellectual tradition and a nation of hypocrites – By Dr. David Hinds

Hinds’ Sight – The Black/African Guyanese intellectual tradition and a nation of hypocrites

Dr. David Hinds

Dr. David Hinds

THERE is a debate in the newspapers over the role and activism of the Indian-Guyanese intellectual. Inevitably the discussion has made reference to and comparison with African Guyanese. One of the observations being made by some of the writers is that African-Guyanese intellectuals who speak and write about the condition of their ethnic group are treated as sacred cows—they are less criticised. On the other hand, their Indian-Guyanese counterparts are timid about speaking up on the condition of their group and those who dare speak out are often maligned. Today I want to speak to that phenomenon by saying something about the Black intellectual tradition.

This is not the first time one has heard this line of argument about Black intellectuals getting a pass when they speak about Black issues. The fact that it is not borne out by evidence does not bother those who repeat it. In ethnically divided societies such as ours, the instinct for pointing out the advantages of the other side is compelling.  Continue reading

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 02 December 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 02 December 2015

  • The Army will step up border patrols soon
  • Two managers at the state newspaper – Guyana Chronicle – sacked
  • Suspect in shooting being sought by Police
  • Caricom making its voice at climate summit in France
  • Tax free overtime for bauxite workers
  • Multi-million dollar lawsuit filed against Public Hospital
  • Gecom looking for staff for Local government elections
  • Sports

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