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· April, 2011

Stories about Guyana from April, 2011

Guyana: Unsolved Murder

Last week marked five years since Government Minister Satyadeow Sawh was was murdered in Guyana; The Caribbean Camera interviews his family, who are still searching for answers.

Guyana, St. Lucia, T&T: Literary Achievements

Lots of literature in the regional blogosphere today – Signifyin’ Guyana asks, “You going Trinidad for Bocas?”, while Caribbean Book Blog notes that Trinidadian author Earl Lovelace “has been awarded...

Guyana: Giving Fish a Bad Name

Boy, does Guyana-Gyal have a fish story for you!

Caribbean: Gayle's Performance

When it comes to the calibre of Chris Gayle's captaincy, WICB Expose says, tongue-in-cheek, that “we don’t know who to believe.”

Guyana: Men's Issues

CODE RED weighs in on the fact that Guyana has launched a Men’s Affairs Bureau, saying: “It seems that Caribbean governments are unable to address men’s issues outside of a...

Guyana: Losing Your Religion

“Each cast different blame. Your country fault. Your religion fault. And none can see that both is wrong…”: Guyana-Gyal thinks that many of the world's problems could be solved if...

Guyana: Knowledge in Bloom

Guyana-Gyal can't believe how stingy some people can be with their knowledge, which is why she wants “to start a knowledge-sharing revolution.”

Guyana: Immigration Wants to Know

Guyana-Gyal has “been fillin’ a’ visa form online” – no surprise, then, that she needs to lie down.

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