Daily Archives: 07/10/2019

UG #PPL – The Magazine of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine 2nd Edition

UG #PPL – The Magazine of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine 2nd Edition

PACE is delighted to share with you its second edition of the University of Guyana’s Alumni Magazine “UG#PPL” (UG People). UG#PPL . Please receive your personal copy. We would be delighted if you would share UG#PPL  with your own networks.

Please also feel free to send your contributions for inclusion in future publications.

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Do read and enjoy!


Philanthropy, Alumni & Civic Engagement (PACE)

Turkeyen Campus, Georgetown.


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New PPP GECOM list: an Ocean’s Eleven of the mostly unfavorable – by GHK Lall

   by GHK Lall –  Demerara Waves – July 8, 2019

I was hoping for a serious list, not necessarily an entirely new list, but one that offered names holding out some hope that the electoral challenges at hand were viewed through a wider lens. I suppose that, now it is on the record, the best will have to be done with it. And if this is the best that came out of the recent government-opposition consultation, then pessimism has to rule. I share what I think of this list of names.  (See list at the end of this article).

There are couple of decent folks in the mix. Literally. From that eleven, there is only one or two of any authentic caliber; and in whom I would place some degree of trust. Trust is the key word demanded, and which has to emerge from what has to be the dirtiest, most thankless, most unforgiving job in the world.          Continue reading

NGSA 2019: CV Nunes Primary School reclaims spot as Region 2’s top performer

Deputy Headmistress, Bindawattie Ketwaru with some of her students

Formerly the Anna Regina Primary School, CV Nunes was renamed in honour of former Headmaster and Minister of Education, Cedric Vernon Nunes during the early 2000s.

Nunes was credited with the transformation of the education system.

This year CV Nunes produced the top performer of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) examinations.   Continue reading

Guyana: Road Hogs continue the Road Slaughter – by Francis Quamina Farrier

– by Francis Quamina Farrier

As the Guyana Police Force celebrates its 180th. Anniversary, I am revealing the grim fact supplied by the Traffic Division, that over nine thousand (9,000) Guyanese have been killed in Road Crashes since the country gained its independence in 1966.

You should also know that on four separate occasions, I was almost run over by a vehicle while using a pedestrian crossing in Georgetown, for this year, so far. I have to give credit to my Ballet Teacher for the excellent training which I received when as a teenager, I attended ballet classes and thank goodness, I can still make some life-saving ballet moves.    Continue reading

NATIAA: New Amsterdam Technical Institute Alumni: Annual Walk-A-Thon – Toronto- July 13, 2019

Download: NATIAA- 2019 Walk-A-Thon Flyer


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