Guyana's legendary reggae pioneer, Troy C, is about to show the world that he is indeed the number one reggae singer coming out of Guyana. Turning a new chapter in his musical career, Troy C (the "C" is for culture) has recently signed a recording deal with OLAI Media, which will now take his music to a world-wide audience.
Charmaine Blackman has been singing for 21 years professionally. Her versatility, superb range and exceptional talent have helped to establish her as a leading voice in the field of music in Guyana. In an era when Guyana’s music had sunken to its lowest ever, Charmaine must be considered a pioneering voice in our nation’s musical rebirth.
The Alliance For Change wishes to make a preliminary comment on the reported extension given by the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) for Guyana to reform laws to fight illicit and other forms of dirty money.
At the request of President Donald Ramotar, a meeting was held, on Wednesday 29th May 2013, with the Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Brigadier David A. Granger, MP, at the Office of the President.
"...yuh doan have to push, yuh doan have to knock: just entaH!"
Minister Mohamed Irfaan Ali
With those words the legendary hospitality of the Guyanese was extended to attendees at the CARIBUSA Business Network organised Invest Guyana Forum in Florida. It was at that forum that a tangible expression of what quite the Minister's words mean for business and investment in Guyana was launched in the form of the inaugural edition of 'Invest Guyana' by its editor - Sandra Ann Baptiste, CITP.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Guyana's government says it plans to drop charges against an Irish teenager who was accused earlier this year with threatening to shoot and kill the president of the South American country.
Public prosecutions director Shalimar Ali Hack wrote a letter stating he was dropping criminal proceedings against 17-year-old Cillian James Crossan.
Argentine prosecutor accuses Iran of terror plots and setting up intelligence networks in countries including Guyana
A top Argentine prosecutor formally accused Iran on Wednesday of opening secret intelligence stations in several South American countries to plan and conduct terror attacks. These intelligence networks were established in countries that include Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Surinam and Trinidad and Tobago.
Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. Newsletters - 175th Anniversary of Indian Arrival in Guyana
Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. Newsletter - 175th Anniversary of Indian Arrival in Guyana - May 30, 2013 Vol.3 Issue 5
Commemoration season 2013, “Living in peace, harmony, togetherness and amity to build a stronger Guyana”
May 26, 2013 - The Alliance For Change extends congratulations to all Guyanese at home and abroad on the occasion of Guyana's 47th Independence Anniversary.
The CIMBUX Memorial Celebration that was held on Saturday May 25, 2013 at the Taste of the Caribbean in Capitol Heights Maryland was well supported by folks from the DC Metropolitan area, New York and other states.