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Daily Archives: September 11, 2020

Guyana to crack down on hate speech Online- President Ali; PNCR’s Volda Lawrence welcomes easing of tension

In the wake of an eruption of racially motivated physical violence during protests against the killing and mutilation of two youths in the backlands of West Coast Berbice, President Irfaan Ali  on Friday said government has begun taking steps to crack down on hate speech Online. “The use of social media for the promotion of racial hate for political purpose ...

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High Court orders forfeiture of Euros 24,000 in paint to the State

Attorney General Anil Nandlall said High Court Judge, Joann Barlow has ordered the confiscation of €24,530 that were earlier this year found in cans of paint shortly after entering Guyana from Suriname through the backtrack. “The Court eventually found that based on the manner of  concealment of the monies in paint cans, it could be inferred that the monies  came ...

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Ministry of Education to conduct “diagnostic tests” on blended education delivery; 4th, 5th formers to return to classes sooner

Minister of  Education  Priya Manickchand on Friday hoped that a combination of Online, radio, television, handouts and toys will continue to deliver education during the extended closure of schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but she indicated that it would be hard to immediately measure success. “While we do not know what the outcomes will be, what we hope is ...

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