Guyana Graphic is an online news outlet that is dedicated to providing a window into all things from and about Guyana and its role in the global community. We provide text, video, images and 24x7 LIVE (Live Interactive Video Edutainment) to the world via ​

Find more about Weather in Georgetown, GY
Find Guyana Graphic on TwitterFind Guyana Graphic on FacebookFind Guyana Graphic on YouTube

Guyana Annual Day of Prayer - 2015

Guyana Annual Day of Prayer - 2015

New Life Ministries invites everyone to "Guyana Annual Day of Prayer"

See attached flyer for more details.

Event Date: 
Sun, 05/03/2015 - 13:00 - 15:00

Press Release From Sharma Solomon Regional Chairman- Region 10 & APNU+AFC Campaign Manager Region 10

President Donald Ramotar is not sincere in his “humility” appealing to the military to get their votes. Guyana’s military is advised not to vote for President Ramotar and the PPP.

Minister Ramsaran’s Firing is a Victory for the Culture of Resistance

Health Minister Bheri Ramsarran

Minister Ramsarran, the minister who, like his comrades, believe that we are still a Plantation society, has been fired. It does not change anything about the PPP’s attitude to power. This firing is out of character for the PPP, which has been supremely stubborn on disciplining those guilty of official excesses. Minister Nandalall and several other errant ministers were not fired.

GTUC is cautious about President Ramotar’s statement on Dr. Bheri Ramsaran - Guyana Trades Union Congress Press Release

GTUC notes the Minister of Health Dr. Bheri Ramsaran has been relieved of his portfolios by President Donald Ramotar and welcomes this move, though this came days after his abuse of Ms. Sherlina Nageer and only after public pressure from all quarters.  Looking through the lens of the trade union being relieved from duties does not necessarily translate to being fired.

Health Minister Bheri Ramsaran Relieved of his Ministerial Duties

Health Minister Bheri Ramsarran

Earlier today President Donald Ramotar relieved Health Minister Bheri Ramsaran of his Ministerial duties and named Dr. Jennifer Westford to act as Minister of Health.

This comes a week after Mr. Ramsaran's verbal insults aimed at human rights activist Ms. Sherlina Nageer and after widespread condemnation by the press and the international community.

Former U.S. Ambassodor to Guyana George F. Jones Passes Away

Former U.S. Ambassodor to Guyana George F. Jones

George Flemming Jones, former U.S. Ambassador to Guyana whose career in the Foreign Service spanned almost 40 years, died April 20, 2015 in Fairfax, VA of a heart attack, he was 79 years old.

Mr. Jones, a specialist in Latin American affairs, served as U. S. Ambassador to the Republic of Guyana from January 1992 to August 1995.

Rebuttal to the Guyana Times Article “APNU-AFC forbids opposing views”

Elderly man who voluntarily left APNU/AFC meetingI read the article in the Guyana Times published on March 28, 2015 titled “APNU-AFC forbids opposing views” and I can without hesitation say that the reporting is incorrect.

I was there at the APMU/AFC campaign event at Narissa Palace in Queens, NY on March 22, 2015 and was personally involved. The facts are as follows:

I was about 15 feet away from the elderly gentleman mentioned in the Guyana Times article, who was sitting close to the back of the room when I heard someone in a raised voice saying “this man is interrupting the meeting and is a PPP supporter.” I immediately approached the gentleman and told the three or four persons who were agitated about his comments that I would handle the situation and that it will be ok.

Guyana Identified in International Drug Trafficking and Conspiracies to Import Cocaine into Canada

April 21, 2015, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Nova Scotia RCMP, with assistance from numerous national and international police agencies, has made several arrests and laid multiple charges in relation to a two-year international drug trafficking investigation with ties to Colombian and Mexican drug cartels.

Passenger Ariving from Guyana Arrested at JFK With Cocaine in Sneakers

JAMAICA, N.Y. — An arriving passenger at John F. Kennedy International Airport tried to ‘sneak’ past U. S. Customs and Border Protection officers, but was stopped in his tracks.

On April 7, CBP officers stopped Mr. Thenga Adams who arrived on a flight from Georgetown, Guyana.  During the course of the inspection, CBP officers discovered running shoes in his luggage that contained a white powdery substance that tested positive for cocaine.

The PPP’s "Scorched Earth" Approach to the 2015 Elections

Health Minister Bheri Ramsarran

As the election gets closer the war of words from the leaders of the PPP seem to get more crass.

The most recent tirade was from the minister of health Bheri Ramsarran to a female who had made a rebuttal to one of his statements while in a public meeting.

Contact Us

Support Guyana Graphic

If you would like to support the work of Guyana Graphic donate here

Countdown to Benab reconstruction promise

321 days, 18 hours, 19 minutes since the Benab (Umana Yana) was destroyed by fire. Citizens await rebuilding.

Live - The Parliament Of Guyana

Take Action for West Papua
Dear Friends of West Papua,
Here is an action you can take from anywhere in the world.
Please forward this letter to your Members of Congress or Parliamentarian, asking them to support West Papua joining the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Click here for link to letter

[Most Recent Quotes from]