Category Archives: Mining

Four charged with murdering Deon Stoll + four charged for aiding accused

– doctor among four remanded for allegedly aiding accused

Shane Morgan
Shane Morgan

Shane Morgan, called ‘Demon,’ and three other men were remanded to prison this afternoon after being charged with the murder of gold miner Deon Stoll, who was shot and killed two weeks ago after armed bandits attempted to rob him outside El Dorado Trading in Newtown, Kitty.

Four others, including the doctor who police say treated Morgan for a gunshot wound he alleged suffered in the robbery, were also remanded to prison after being charged with aiding him, despite knowing that he was wanted by the police in relation to the murder of Stoll.      Continue reading

Gold miner and bandits shootout… Slain miner Deon ‘Mow’ Stoll buried

— suspect with bullet wound captured at E.C.D. roadblock

Deon Stoll

Crime: ‘Prime suspect’ in deadly miner’s attack surrenders

– doctor allegedly treats wounded bandit at Prospect home

In custody  Dr. Alonzo De Santos

Surrendered: Wayne St. Hill

He reportedly did so Thursday evening with his lawyer.

He has been identified as a Kitty man, Wayne St. Hill. He is reportedly linked to a Dowding Street, Kitty, tint-shop.

Police were interested in him as well as a close relative.        Continue reading

Video: The Science Behind Gold +The Richest Man In History – Mansa Musa of Mali (1280-1337)

The Richest Man In History – Mansa Musa of Mali ($400 Billion) + The Science Behind GOLD

Just about every culture, race and religion acknowledges the value of gold. Humans have been infatuated with gold for as long as we have recorded history. Millions have died for it, entire civilizations were build upon it and even many cryptocurrencies are backed by it.

Gold was the driving force in the European conquest of the Americas in search of places like El Dorado, a city entirely made of Gold. And we can’t forget the mass migration to the western United States in the Gold Rush of 1849. Even the gods wanted gold. According to the Sumerian tablets, the oldest written record we have, gold was the entire reason for creating mankind.  Continue reading

Guyana: Underground exploration underway at Aurora Gold Mine

Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman (right) makes his way out of the underground tunnel at AGM where exploration is currently taking place. (DPI photo)

Guyana Goldfields Incorporated, owner of Aurora Gold Mine has commenced what is being described as successful underground exploration at its north-west Mazaruni location.      Continue reading

Guyana Goldfields workers call off strike at Aurora mine

Guyana Goldfields Inc. announced Friday that the work stoppage at its Aurora mine that began on July 2 has ended, paving the way for union and the Ministry of Labour representatives to meet with aggrieved workers.

“Employees are starting to return to work in a phased approach to ensure orderliness and full production is anticipated to resume shortly,” the company said in a brief statement.

Guyana Goldfields said as a result of the three operational days lost, the company estimates that approximately 22,500 tonnes were not processed. However, full year production guidance remains unaffected at 145,000 to 160,000 ounces of gold.              Continue reading

Guyana Goldfields Inc suspends operations at Aurora mine after strike

Guyana Goldfields Inc’s Aurora gold mine Region Seven. (GGI photo)

Canadian miner Guyana Goldfields Inc today announced a suspension of operations at its Aurora, Region Seven mine site after a `wild cat’ strike.

In a statement, Guyana Goldfields said that a section of the workforce employed by the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, AGM Inc. has blocked delivery of ore to the mill.          Continue reading

Guyana ranked ‘fastest growing economy in the world’ – NASDAQ

Canadian business chamber to open doors in Guyana amid oil, gold rush

Canada’s High Commissioner Guyana, Lilian Chatterjee, President David Granger and Minister of State, Dawn Hastings at Canada Day 2019 reception.

Canada on Monday announced plans to established a business chamber in Guyana, as several Canadian companies step up preparations to search for oil offshore the South American nation.

Canada’s High Commissioner to Guyana, Lilian Chatterjee made the announcement at a reception at the Marriott Hotel to mark her country’s 152nd anniversary since three provinces came together to form that North American country.        Continue reading

Border mining areas affected by fuel shortage in Venezuela

The Eteringbang area, near Venezuela

The situation appears to be occurring in the Cuyuni, Region Seven, nearer to the Venezuela border, and in areas of Region One.

The situation would be blamed mainly on the problems of supply in Venezuela, from where dealers have been buying.    Continue reading

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