Stories about Guyana from March, 2009
Guyanese bloggers react to the death of Janet Jagan, the country's first female president.
Guyana-Gyal blogs about Allen Stanford, issuing this piece of advice she learned from a friend: “Beware of those with sugar-tongue and oily lips.”
“…plenty visitors from Engerland is here for cricket, and to be hospitable, we the people must speak in a way that they can understand”: Guyana-Gyal is practicing her English.
“Man can’t stop roaming. So you can imagine what happen when Guyanese discover open borders between here and the rest o’ South America”: Guyana-Gyal ruminates on the probabilities.
“People is people no matter what they do or where they go”: Guyana-Gyal explains.
Diaspora blogger Signifyin’ Guyana has quite a few comments on “the CLICO mess”.
Signifyin’ Guyana says of the CLICO situation: “I see the possibility for the Govt. of Guyana to ease out of the promise to cover all.”
More comments on the CLICO situation, this time from Signifyin’ Guyana.
Following one Guyana blogger's reporting of alleged economic fallout over the CL Financial failure, mainstream media are reporting that Guyana police are looking for the person (or people) behind the...