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- CCJ Judgement: Mohamed Irfaan Ali t al v Eslyn David et alFirst published: 8th of July, 2020 Last updated: July 8, 2020 at 15:07 pm Photo by Mark Morgan Trinidad B GYCV between Mohamed Irfaan Ali, Read more »
- Poll: Guyanese Confident that the CCJ Will Rule in Favor of the PPP/CA recent poll conducted by the Guyana, South America Facebook Page shows that 86 percent of Guyanese believe that the Caribbean Court of Justice will rule in favor of the PPP/C while 14% are of the delusion that it will rule in favor of the APNU/AFC or that it does… Read more »
- GPHC Refutes Claims that Patient Contracted COVID-19 At Hospital5th of July, 2020. Georgetown, Guyana, South America. We stated in a previous article that the family of Donna Greaves has reasons to believe that the young woman contracted COVID-19 while in Georgetown as opposed to Region 9. Donna Ambrose Greaves is the latest COVID-19 fatality in Guyana who passed… Read more »
- Patient Transferred from Lethem to GPHC DiesDonna Ambrose Greaves 5th of July, 2020. Georgetown, Guyana, South America. A young, promising teacher of Region 9 has become Guyana’s 15th COVID-19 fatality, but persons close to the victim are contending that she contracted the virus while at the Georgetown Hospital and not in Region 9. The sad and… Read more »
- Ralph Gonsalves Lashes Back at APNU/AFC: “Jaundiced Sources.”Ralph Gonsavles, CARICOM Chair 4th of July, 2020 – Georgetown, Guyana, South America The new Chair of CARICOM, Mr. Ralph Gonsalves, has defended the position of outgoing CARICOM Chair, Hon. Mia Mottley in her efforts to preserve democracy in Guyana. Mr. Gonsalves himself had received a series a backlash from… Read more »
- 13 Staff of Lethem Regional Hospital Tested for COVID, Self Quarantined3rd of July, 2020. Lethem, Region 9, Guyana, South America. Despite strong measures by Regional Authorities to curb the spread of the coronavirus into Region 9, the deadly and contagious virus has finally managed to seep its way into the border Region. As a result, residents of Region 9 are… Read more »
- Mahdia Confirms First Case of COVID-19First Published: 3rd July, 2020 Last updated: July 3, 2020 at 17:09 pm An overhead shot of the town of Mahdia. Credit: Faye Steward. MAHDIA & BY EXTENSION REGION 8 CONFIRMS FIRST CASE OF COVID-19. The single person in institutional isolation who recently traveled from Moruca -the current epicenter of… Read more »
- Two Separate Criminal Charges Filed Against LowenfieldLast updated: July 3, 2020 at 8:00 am 3rd of June, 2020. Georgetown, Guyana, South America. Two private citizens have filed criminal charges against Chief Elections Officer, Mr. Keith Lowenfield, for his action of breaching public trust while disenfranchising over 115,000 voters in his elections report – contrary to the… Read more »
- USA Based Guyanese Group Rallies for “Guyana, USA”Source: Guyanausa.org Claiming frustration by the results of post-independence Guyana, a group of USA based Guyanese are rallying for a “Guyana, USA.” They have already created a “change.org” petition to this effect but have so far garnered less than 1000 signatures. The website, “guyanausa.org” claims that the United States’ constitution… Read more »
- Government Arguments On Sovereignty “Inappropriate,” – Carl GreenidgeForeign Secretary within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Carl Greenidge, in a recent telephone interview with APNU/AFC officials, advised that many of the arguments by the government and its supporters with regards to Guyana’s sovereignty are inappropriate. Mr. Greenidge made reference to the South African Government in a country… Read more »
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- Yupukari Village – Central Rupununi – Beautiful SceneryYupukari Village is located in the Central Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America. It is home to the Caiman House Eco Lodge and Rupununi River Tours administered by Mr. Ashley Continue Reading → Read more »
Guyana is one of the world’s best tourists destination. And now you’ll learn why. Learn about hotels, resorts, ranches, city tours, jungle tours, river tours, eco tours, country tours and more…all across Guyana. Tourism Guyana: Go there!
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- The Kaieteur FallsThis article was first published on the 17th of January, 2016 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: June 9, 2020 at 17:39 pm A photograph of the Kaieteur Waterfall taken by American tourist Glenn Williams. Photo taken around June, 2017. See below for more photos and videos. If you would like… Read more »
- Waterfalls Across GuyanaA Photo of the Kumu Falls in Central Rupununi, Guyana, South America. Did you know that Guyana sports some of the most beautiful and magnificent waterfalls? That’s right! Under this heading, I’ll be writing about waterfalls across Guyana. First Up: The Kaieteur Falls. Read more »
- The Takutu Hotel Annual Miss Rupununi Rodeo PageantThe Rupununi Rodeo Performances in Lethem, Rupununi Savannahs, Guyana, South America is one of Guyana’s most celebrated annual events which magnetizes and fascinates tourists from all over the world. The Rupununi Rodeo Shows by Rupununi’s skilled, daring and artful cowboys are held on the Saturday and Sunday of the Easter… Read more »
- My Experience With the Pakaraima Mountains Safari 2019by Tashana Sasha Ramdeholl. Experiencing Guyana On Another Level Is One Of My Greatest Accomplishments. – Tashana Sasha Ramdeholl Experiencing my country, Guyana, South America, this way – with less of everything from the city life to a life filled with canned foods, packet snacks and camping gear to survive… Read more »
- The Pakaraima Mountains SafariThe Pakaraima Mountains Safari, also called the Pakaraima Safari Adventure, is an annual expedition which takes place in the month of April. It is coordinated centrally from Georgetown, Guyana by Sonic Hunters Guyana. The expedition leaves Georgetown, Guyana via the Lethem-Linden trail and heads for the Pakaraima Mountains for a… Read more »
- Safaris Across GuyanaA safari is a days-long expedition across forested areas and trails to spot, hunt or photograph wild animals and generally experience the wonders of nature. The term originated in Africa. In fact, the first tourism safari, as we know it today, is said to have taken place in Kenya, Africa.… Read more »
Guyana has evolved over hundreds of years to what it is today. So we have lots of stories to tell. In addition, Guyana is a melting pot of cultures, traditions, races and religions. The first people to have come to Guyana are the Amerindians. They were here even before Christopher Columbus! Then came the Europeans in their quest for the city of Eldorado. The Europeans set up sugar plantations across Guyana and brought slaved from Africa to work on the plantations. After the abolition of slavery, indentured laborers were brought from India. You’ll have fun learning about the people, history and culture of Guyana.
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- Guyana Nice!!! – By Pastor Wendell JeffreyThis article was first published on the 28th of June, 2020. Last updated: June 28, 2020 at 15:22 pm In the midst of the all the political chaos and division, here’s a heartwarming story by Pastor Wendell Jeffrey to bless your Sunday. Pastor Wendell Jeffrey is founder and President of… Read more »
- Talented GuyaneseDid you know that Guyana is a powerhouse of talent and potential? Guyana, South America has produced some of the world’s greatest doctors, lawyers, engineers, mathematicians, entrepreneus, authors…and the list goes on. But as the saying goes, it’s a “hidden gem.” My purpose is to dig up the Guyanese talent… Read more »
- Blunders of the APNU/AFC GovernmentThis article was first published on the 20th of June, 2020. Last updated: June 20, 2020 at 22:45 pm Due to its poor performance in government from 1966 to 1992, the PNC had never been able to win a free and fair election in Guyana, South America after 1992. In… Read more »
- The Neesa Gopaul Murder CaseThis article was first published on the 26th of May, 2020 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: May 26, 2020 at 23:31 pm Lest We Forget… The Crime that Shocked the Nation Photo of the beautiful Neeesa Gopaul The Neesa Gopaul murder case is doubtless one of the most horrific, brutal… Read more »
- Guyana’s First Parliamentary No-Confidence MotionThis article was first published on the 15th of May, 2020. Last updated: May 16, 2020 at 4:14 am After voting against the government in the December 2018 No-Confidence Motion, Mr. Charandass Persaud, a former lawyer and politician, departed for Canada. For some time leading up to December, 2018, the… Read more »
- AFC – Guyana’s Failed Multi-Ethnic PartyThis article was first published on the 11th of May, 2015 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: May 11, 2020 at 14:46 pm According to a US Democracy, Human Rights and Governance Report released in 2016, Guyana has long been plagued by ethnic based politics. One party sought to change that… Read more »
- Guyana’s Bitter History of Ethnic Based PoliticsThis article was first published on the 8th of May, 2020 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: May 8, 2020 at 17:33 pm In any multi-ethnic society such as Guyana, South America, ethnic based politics would be a recipe for disaster and will include ingredients such as marginalization, race baiting, mismanagement… Read more »
- As I Reflect – An Arrival Day StoryFirst Published: 5th May, 2020 by Mr. Frank Satnarine Last updated: May 6, 2020 at 3:48 am My great great grand parents were the first batch of Coolies who came from India and settled in Guyana in 1838. My great great grandfather came willingly, aged 21: young and strong and… Read more »
- Indian Arrival Day – May 5thThis article was first published on the 5th of May, 2020 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: May 5, 2020 at 23:27 pm In Guyana, South America, the 5th of May each year is set aside as a national holiday to celebrate the Arrival of East Indians from the subcontinent of… Read more »
Learn more about places across Guyana, including villages, towns, regions, counties, bridges, roads, rivers and much more. Take a tour of places across Guyana.
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- The Rupununi SavannahsThe Rupununi Savannahs of Guyana, South America is located in the county of Essequibo in Region 9. The entire Region 9 of Guyana is referred to as the Rupununi Savannahs. It includes the North, South and Central Rupununi Savannahs. The Kanuku Mountain Range divides the North from the South Rupununi… Read more »
- Karasabai Village – South Pakaraimas – Region 9This article was first published on the 28th of February, 2020 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: March 1, 2020 at 13:52 pm Known for its beautiful mountains and breathtaking scenery, Karasabai Village lies peacefully beneath the shade of the majestic Pakaraima Mountains in the South Pakaraimas District of Region 9… Read more »
- Criminal Activities and Violence in the Town of Lethem – Region 9 – Guyana – South AmericaI’ve recently published an article giving general, touristic and business information on the Town of Lethem. Because people are often concerned with their safety when traveling from place to place, they often ask questions about criminal activities and violence in that area. For this reason, I’ve decided to create a… Read more »
- The Town of Lethem – Region 9 – Guyana – South AmericaThis page was first published on the 2nd of February 2020 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: February 3, 2020 at 22:41 pm The round-about to the southern end of the Barrack Retreat – Lethem’s Main Commercial Highway. Photo: Department of Public Information.The town of Lethem is located in the county… Read more »
- The Takutu River BridgeThis article was first published on the 8th of December, 2016 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: January 17, 2020 at 13:52 pm This is a view of the Bridge as you approach from Brazil to enter Guyana. See below for more pictures.The Takutu River Bridge was completed in the year… Read more »
- Mabura Village – Lethem – Georgetown TrailThis article was first published on the 14th of February 2019 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: December 28, 2019 at 14:44 pm Mabura is a village located along the Lethem – Linden trail at Region 10, Guyana, South America – about 127 km from Linden when traveling from Georgetown to Lethem. The… Read more »
- The Lethem – Georgetown TrailThis article was first published on the 27th of July, 2016 by Patrick Carpen. Last updated: December 26, 2019 at 1:38 am The Lethem – Georgetown Trail is a 300 miles (approximately) trail cut mostly through the Amazon Rain Forest from Lethem to Linden. The Lethem–Georgetown Trail is also referred… Read more »
- Saxacalli VillageArticle contribued by: Nesha Z Yasin. First Published: 18th March, 2018 Last updated: December 20, 2019 at 0:15 am Saxacalli Village Is Located Along the Essequibo River. Saxacalli is located on the west bank of the Essequibo River some 25 miles (40 km) south of Parika at 6°35′N 58°37′W Coordinates:… Read more »
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