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Introduction to Guyana International Football Association (GIFA)
11/11/2014 - After months of planning, preparation and hard work, we are proud to announce the official launch of the Guyana International Football Association (GIFA)! GIFA is a global non-profit organisation registered in New York, USA, with committee members from all over the world. Our vision is to ultimately help Guyana become one of the best footballing nations in the CONCACAF region, by integrating resources both locally and internationally to develop and support the game of football at all levels, regardless of age or gender.
The Umana Yana is a conical palm thatched building (benab) that was commissioned in 1972 by then Prime Minister Forbes Burnham in recognition of the Amerindian culture of Guyana.
Niketa Barker at 24 years old is two years away from attaining her Degree in Medicine & Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Guyana however; this regal beauty is not all about the books, in fact she is a philanthropist, children’s advocate and an award winning model in runway and print.
President Donald Ramotar’s dreadful broadcast to the nation last Tuesday evening was the nadir of his troubled three-year tenure of office. It was an insult to the people of Guyana. It was an affront to the nation. It was a threat to paralyze the parliamentary process and smother the voices of their legitimate representatives in the National Assembly.
President Donald Ramotar’s announcement that he would prorogue parliament rather than face the AFC’s No Confidence Motion is disingenuous, cunning and shows that the PPP will resort to any devious method to extend their minority rule for as long as possible.
As Prime Minister, Netanyahu has consistently invoked his solemn duty to protect Israel’s national security. Ironically, he has become the single most reckless individual who is imperiling the very security of the state. One need not look far and wide to discern Netanyahu’s disingenuousness and misguided policies that have only undermined Israel’s future security.
Colin E. H. Croft, Guyanese and West Indies Cricketer was inducted into the “Cricket Hall of Fame” on October 4, 2014 during ceremonies held at the Hilton Hotel, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
You are invited to the 2014 Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championship.
Sun, 11/16/2014 - 09:00 - 17:00
Bing Serrão & the Rambers a Guyanese band based in the Toronto Canada metropolitan area has released five new videos.
The Ramblers started around 1950 in Georgetown, British Guiana and moved to Toronto Canada in 1964.
The GTUC condemns in the strongest possible term the content of Attorney General (AG) Anil Nandlall’s recorded conversation with a media reporter.