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Jagdeo refuses to pay Alexander GY$50 million for alleged libel; IDPADA-G asks for independent auditor

Last Updated on Saturday, 3 September 2022, 13:07 by Writer Even as Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday officially refused to pay GY$50 million in compensation to the Chairman of the International Decade for People of African Descent (IDPADA-G) Vincent Alexander for allegedly libeling him, that government-funded agency has handed over an audit report, saying it would prove that an ...

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Guyana heightens monkeypox vigilance near Brazil border, ports

Last Updated on Saturday, 3 September 2022, 13:02 by Writer Guyana is on the lookout for suspected monkeypox-infected persons coming from other countries especially Brazil where there is a high number of cases, top Health Ministry officials said Saturday. So far, Guyana has recorded two confirmed cases of the viral disease, while there are 4,876 cases in neighbouring Brazil. Chief ...

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Guyanese jurist to be sworn in as Belize’s Chief Justice today

Last Updated on Saturday, 3 September 2022, 12:57 by Writer Prominent and well-respected Caribbean jurist, Justice Louise Blenman will Friday be sworn in as the Chief Justice of Belize. The event begins at 11:30. News-Talk Radio Guyana 103.1 FM will bring you live coverage from Belize.  Up to recently, Ms Blenman served as a Justice of Appeal of the Eastern ...

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Sir Shridath credits Rashleigh Jackson with steering diplomacy against Venezuela

Last Updated on Friday, 2 September 2022, 1:06 by Writer Former Commonwealth Secretary General Sir Shridath Ramphal hailed the significant role that former Foreign Affairs Minister Rashleigh Jackson, who passed away Thursday night, played in mobilising international diplomatic solidarity in dealing with Venezuela’s aggressive claim to Guyana’s mineral and forest-rich Essequibo Region. “Rashleigh’s service to Guyana in another sphere needs ...

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Former Foreign Minister Rashleigh Jackson dies

Last Updated on Thursday, 1 September 2022, 23:03 by Writer Internationally recognised Guyana’s former Foreign Minister, Rashleigh Jackson died Thursday night at his residence. “Guyana has lost one of its most brilliant, honest and capable sons. I think Rashleigh Jackson was probably one of the most strategic thinkers I have met,” People’s National Congress Reform and Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton told ...

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