NCN’s Chief Executive Officer tenders resignation

The Chief Executive Officer of the National Communications Network, Molly Hassan, has tendered her resignation to the board of the company, giving them three month’s notice as stipulated by her contract. Hassan served in the position for just over a year and a half and her decision to move on from the company is expected […]

USAID Skye project targeting pardoned youths seeing success

The USAID Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) project is reporting success from the training conducted with dozens of Guyanese youth who benefited from the recent Presidential Pardon on their jail sentences. The SKYE Project was asked to work with young people who benefited from the pardon which was granted by President David Granger […]

SASOD to Government: Enough Talk, It is Time for action on LGBT issues

The Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) has welcomed President David Granger’s recent support for freedom of choice by persons in the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender(LGBT) community. However, the group remains disappointed in the lack of action by the government to address many of the concerns in the LGBT community.  SASOD believes it is time […]

President dismisses Anil Nandlall’s claims of interference in Police and Army

The Ministry of the Presidency (MOTP) on Monday condemned comments attributed to former Attorney General (AG), Anil Nandlall, which were published in Today’s  Stabroek News and which give the impression that the President has been interfering in the operations of the security forces. In a statement, the Ministry said it believes “that this is a […]

Rohee worries about President’s Ministerial shuffles

President David Granger is being harshly criticized by the opposition People’s Progressive Party for his recent Cabinet/Ministerial changes within his coalition government. The opposition party on Monday raised several concerns over the changes and said it was synonymous to the game of musical chairs, but believes at least one of the changes may be necessary. […]