UG to reopen May 30th

The University of Guyana’s Turkeyen Campus will be reopening for classes on May 30. In a press statement released on Wednesday, the University announced this along with several measures they have implemented over the past two months. The full press statement from the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Philanthropy, Alumni and

Protection of Indigenous Land Rights a Priority

Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Hon. Sydney Allicock has reiterated the Coalition Government’s commitment to ensuring your Indigenous land and other rights are protected. He addressed the opening of the 13th National Toshaos Council (NTC) conference at the Arthur Chung Conference Center (ACCC). During his address, he noted that the administration provided

Parents Can Verify NGSA Exams Results

Parents who may query the results of their children that wrote this year National grade six assessment or may request for the student to attend the school with their required marks can have the process done through the ministry exam division. During the award ceremony held on Wednesday morning

‘Beyuka Irekida’ – A Showcase Of Indigenous Culture

Guyana’s rich Indigenous culture was showcased through music, storytelling and poetry at this evening's, ‘Beyuka Irekida’ – a musical gathering in Arawak, at the Heritage Village, Sophia Exhibition Centre, Georgetown. The event was an informal one where persons voluntarily performed in their respective Indigenous language to a packed audience of students