Mr. Hamilton Green, former Prime Minister and Mayor, has for years made the call for a “moral and spiritual revival.” His call remains relevant. Guyanese are challenged, daily, to sustain some semblance of order and lawfulness. A moral compass, as it were, that would inform a universal blueprint of right and wrong, good and bad behavior that connects all. Guyana […]

The election for the new Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) is over. However, the political future of Joseph Harmon, one of the contenders, is apparently not settled. On the campaign trail all the main contenders- Dr. Richard Van West-Charles, Aubrey Norton, and Harmon- told society should they win they will work immediately at uniting the party. The […]

2021 was a year of mixed emotions. Some have pleasant memories. Others not so much. It was a year when the pandemic continued to rage, albeit not as bad as in 2020 given the vaccines which rolled out in December 2020, people were immunized and a greater level of consciousness was achieved in the management of the COVID-19 virus. That […]

Delegates of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) two Saturdays ago (December 18, 2021) elected a new team to the Executive to manage the Party’s affairs for the next two years. The Leader of this team is Mr. Aubrey Norton. Women’s Page wishes Norton the best and recognises that his election to this office comes with great expectations. These expectations […]

The traditional Christmas in Guyana is one that all Guyanese look forward to, even those who are not at home in Guyana but remain culturally wedded to Guyanese tradition and practices look forward to this season with nostalgia. For it brings back memories of growing up in a West Indian culture and what many associate with this traditional Christmas that […]

The People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), formerly the People’s National Congress (PNC), is currently on national display given the upcoming 21st Biennial Congress to be held on a postponed date from December 11th to December 18th. The postponement resulted from an effort of the Executive in ensuring the safety and security of its members given the current challenges of COVID-19. […]

African Guyanese have never been short of African role models. These range from their parents, foreparents and other family members to community leaders, teachers, religious leaders, other professionals, successful individuals, and a number of local and international historical African figures from various backgrounds and positions in fields of education, art, literature, sports, business or else. Names such as Martin Luther […]

Baytoram Ramharack is the most recent pen commissioned to disingenuously revisit Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham’s contribution to the country he loved, led to independence and Republican status. A country with a diverse population which he sought to mould into a nation of One People with One Destiny. The hired and hirer(s) behind the new fabrication to misrepresent LFS Burnham’s contributions […]

As women we feel as though we are in constant struggle to validate ourselves to men, society, and fit into a male composed stereotype of what the woman is supposed to be like. There is a tik-tok post of a beautiful young woman exerting herself on what a man means when he asks a woman what she is bringing to […]

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