The date of the first arrival of African slaves in Guyana is not known, but it is believed that the first group was brought by Dutch settlers who migrated from Tobago from as early as the mid-seventeenth ..
As Guyana celebrates the 177th year of Emancipation, it is a befitting time to reflect on the Afro-Guyanese Presidents of the country, who have all contributed in their own way to the country’s development. ..
[TABOOS / SIGNS / SUPERSTITIONS / CUSTOMS]: Excerpts from Al Creighton On each anniversary of Emancipation, the African presence in the Caribbean is celebrated; whatever can be exhibited of the cultural ..
By Barrington Braithwaite Slavery has existed as long as there exists records of human history. But the slavery that birthed the New World and the advent of Europe as a world power is foremost in our imagination. ..
– From Apprentice to a leading Contractor, …no fabrication is impossible When one hears the name Courtney Benn one thinks about ship building, road construction and sophisticated building construction. ..
– From Cricketer to successful businessman Popular cricketer, Lennox Joseph Cush has not only made a name for himself in the world of sport. He is also exhibiting his commercial and management skills ..