Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Monthly Archives: July 2015

ONE hundred and seventy-seven years ago the cry of freedom reverberated throughout the British Commonwealth. It was the cry of Africans, enslaved for hundreds...

LET me straight off wish my African Guyanese brethren and sisterin a happy Emancipation. It feels good to hear more and more Black people...

TODAY is Emancipation day - a day when Guyanese, in particular, African Guyanese, observe the ending of chattel slavery and the dawn of freedom...

THIS month of August, 2015, marks the 181st anniversary of Emancipation. It was on August 1, 1834, that the despicable system of slavery was...

THE Cuffy250 Committee joins with the rest of Guyana in saluting the African Guyanese community on the observance of the 177th anniversary of the...

THIS Emancipation Day reaches us at what may well be another turning point on Guyana’s road of freedom.The Guyanese people, including the descendants of...

ON the 177th Anniversary of the Emancipation of the Slaves, the People's National Congress Reform (PNCR) joins other Guyanese organisations, and the Guyanese people...

THE Hon. Joseph Harmon, Minister of State with responsibility for the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC), yesterday said that as the agency celebrates...

THE current wages and salaries multi-year agreement is slated to end in December, and the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) is already making big demands...

ESSENTIAL for the advancement of regional development which seeks to aid in a long-term national achievement, is the key ingredient of “cooperation”which must characterise...