Daily Archives: September 11, 2018

Tringo Club – Back in Times Dance & Cricket Awards Presentation – Toronto – September 29. 2018

More than half of Guyana’s work force has only primary education – IADB Report

– brain-drain a factor, says report

 Sep 10, 2018  Kaieteur News – By Abena Rockcliffe-Campbell

Anyone who supports the notion,  “an uneducated nation is a poor nation” would understand why Guyana remains underdeveloped.
According to the Bureau of Statistics, more than half of the nation’s work force is either without any formal schooling or only attained a primary education.

The Bureau did its first ever Labour Force Survey (LFS) covering the third quarter of 2017.
The survey was conducted between July and September 2017 and was supported by the Inter-American Development Bank. The report also caught the attention of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and was mentioned in the Fund’s most recent Staff Report on Guyana.             Continue reading

Caribbean Cricket: Exciting Playoffs Await Hero CPL Qualifiers…playing at Providence Stadium

Exciting Playoffs Await Hero CPL Qualifiers… Amazon Warriors tackle Knight Riders tonight; Tallawahs face Patriots tomorrow @ Providence

The Captains from left Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Chris Green and Andre Russell.

By Zaheer Mohamed
For the first time in the history of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20, Providence will be hosting matches in the playoffs and fans can expect more excitement since some of the biggest names in T20 leagues will be on show.       Continue reading

Senior Guyanese Association – Toronto – Bake and Craft Sale – September 29. 2018

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Short Story: The Alligator – Adapted from an ancient Amerindian myth – By Peter Halder

Short Story: The Alligator – Adapted from an ancient Amerindian myth

By Peter Halder

Sun owned a giant lake in the forest.

In it was a wide variety of fishes which it prized.

From day to day, however, Sun observed that fishes were disappearing from the lake. It did not believe that they were eating each other or that some left the lake and migrated on land. Fishes are excellent swimmers but they cannot walk or survive on land. They are water creatures.

Sun arrived at the conclusion that someone or something was stealing fishes from the lake on a daily basis, most probably at night when it had set and was not around.                 Continue reading

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