Daily Archives: December 27, 2018

Guyana: PPP’s Deputy Chairman in Linden defects to new Ramkarran-Jeffrey party

Blair and Jagdeo

The Deputy Chairman of the main opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in Linden, Akanni Blair has decided to join A New United Guyana (ANUG), less than three days after it announced its existence.

Blair confirmed his move in an interview with Demerara Waves Online News, saying that while the governing David Granger-led coalition was not expected to win the next genera elections, he is worried that if the PPP wins again the country could end up being a one-party state like Cuba if there is no constitutional reform.        Continue reading

GCA – Guyana Cultural Association On-line Magazine – December 2018

Download: GCA DECEMBER 2018 – ON-LINE MAGAZINE

​My Top Dozen Photographs of 2018 – by Francis Quamina Farrier

During the year 2018, I was fortunate to be able to take scores of photographs across three continents – Africa, North America and South America. Here are the top twelve which I have selected from the many which I really love.
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​It is my hope that you have had the same pleasure viewing those Top Dozen photographs of mine, and the stories accompanying them, as I have. Best wishes to you and yours for a Prosperous 2019.
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This photograph was taken on November 29, 2018, at the Smithsonian American Postal Museum in Washington, DC. Guyana’s Ambassador to the USA, Dr. Riyad Insanally and his teenage son, Jamie, were at the time, looking up at replicas of early airplanes which are suspended above – Early airplanes which took Air Mail letters across the USA. However, they could have also been looking up to heaven to their mother and wife, Sarah, who died in September. Ambassador Riyad Insanally and his son Jamie, also viewed the World-Famous British Guiana One-Cent Magenta Postage Stamp which is on exhibition at the museum.

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My New Year Resolution for Guyana – By Yvonne Sam

My New Year Resolution for Guyana – By Yvonne Sam

Sometimes people do not want to hear the truth for fear of getting their illusion destroyed.

According to Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, the German philosopher, poet and cultural critic,  “He who has a why to live can endure almost any how”. Strangely that is the current state in which all or most of the residents of Guyana find themselves. There is a heavy degree of hopelessness in the air, and this shows itself differently depending on one’s social economic status.  In just a matter of days the beginning of a New Year (2019) will be upon us.  While many are looking forward to a brand New Year, others of us reflect on the ones that have passed.

Knowing full well that the past cannot be changed, or relived in any sense of the word, nevertheless if I were magically granted a few wishes I would start with these resolutions for Guyana in 2019.     Continue reading

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