Daily Archives: November 25, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 24-25. 2017

News –25 November 2017

Top Cop Seelall Persaud sent back home …in the public interest

Local Content legislation must compel oil companies to put Guyanese businesses first – GCCI President

School sexual abuse allegations… Matter handed over to police

Govt. must balance confidentiality with transparency – Dr. David Hinds

Desmond Trotman sworn-in as new GECOM Commissioner

Guyana Goldfields denies letting go of 80 employees

Rusal workers accuse management of dragging feet over tax-free payment 

….… See more News Links below  ……      

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Guyana: South America best kept little secret – video

 Guyana: South America best kept little secret – video

 GuyanaUndiscovered – Published on Aug 9, 2013

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NOVEMBER is TOURISM AWARENESS MONTH in GUYANA

H.E.R.O.C. INC. Cancer Mission Trip to Guyana – October 22 – November 4, 2017

H.E.R.O.C. INC. CANCER MISSION TRIP TO GUYANA

OCTOBER 22 – NOVEMBER 4, 2017

 

MEMBERS WHO TRAVELED TO GUYANA FOR THE MISSION:

  • Lorna Welshman- Neblett – President
  • Harold Lutchman – Vice President
  • Barbara Chase – Event Coordinator
  • Marion Theresa Nadir – Recording Secretary
  • Shirley Collins – Asst. Secretary
  • Robert Fraser – Nursing Team
  • Desrene Wallerson – Nursing Team
  • Dr. Isaac Fordyce – Naturopath/ Nutritionist
  • Pauline Roach – Member
  • Salima Baksh – Member

Our Team arrived safely on Sunday, October 22 via Fly-Jamaica Airline. It was an awesome flight and we were all excited to start our Mission 2017.

Read more: H.E.R.O.C OUTREACH CANCER MISSION 2017 TO GUYANA

After the Sexual Harassment Epidemic—What’s Next for future generations? – By Yvonne Sam 

After the Sexual Harassment Epidemic—What’s Next for future generations?

By Yvonne Sam 

The world has heard the transgressions and witnessed the fall. There are Weinsteins everywhere, but only in certain industries is there a Weinstein effect. Now for the sake of the coming generation we must  from hereon inspect how we teach sexual respect. 

It is blatantly apparent that the time of reckoning for sexual harassment and sexual miscreants has finally arrived.  Every day the name of a new high powered figure is added to the chorus of accusers and accusations, ultimately bringing in its wake shame and career -altering consequences.    Continue reading

Guyana: Top cop Seelall Persaud ordered to stay off job “in the public interest” as retirement nears

Top cop Seelall Persaud ordered to stay off job “in the public interest” as retirement nears

Police Commissioner, Seelall Persaud was on Friday  November 24, sent on leave “in the public interest”, ahead of his retirement at 55 years old five months from now.

The substantive top cop was due to resume duty on Friday at the end of four months of accumulated annualised leave.     Continue reading

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