Tag: Guyana

SPORTS

Jamaica Tallawahs Wins CPL Championship

The Jamaica Tallawahs are once again Caribbean Premier League champions. This is the team’s third hold of the trophy after their last win six years ago. The Tallawahs earned bragging rights after brushing aside Barbados Royals in the final, winning by 8 wickets at the Providence Stadium in Guyana. The Tallawahs, who were set 162 to win, won on a […]

NEWS

British Airways Set To Commence Flight To Guyana

Photo credit: Pedro Aragão British Airways is to commence service to Guyana in March next year. The airline will ply the Guyana route twice weekly through a connection via St. Lucia. Guyana’s Tourism Minister says the new service will be of benefit to over 30,000 Guyanese living in the United Kingdom in addition to visitors. Support The Readers Bureau Buy […]

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Guyana And Barbados Launch “Food Terminal” For The Region

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – The food import bill in Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states, may be reduced by up to 25 percent in 2025 due to the establishment of the Guyana/Barbados food terminal in Barbados. This is according to the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley who was speaking during a joint press conference on Friday with the Prime minister of […]

COMMENTARY

Every Citizen At Present Owes ExxonMobil $9M – IEEFA Financial Analyst

Kaieteur News – For every US dollar that Guyana earns per barrel of oil produced in the Stabroek Block, the Oil companies walk away with six dollars. Compounding the situation is the fact that at present, given the developments already undertaken and underway, each citizen of this country owes the oil company some US$44,000. Additionally, at the rate Esso Exploration and […]

BUSINESS

Guyana Awash In Cash From Oil

Guyana received payments of more than US$719.5 million from the oil sector between January and March 31. According to a government statement, $638.2 million was received as profit from the sale of crude, while royalty accounts for the remaining US$81.005 million. Support The Readers Bureau Buy A T-Shirt Today (4 different colors)! click  https://www.bonfire.com/one-love-72/?fbclid=IwAR2bod-XSyrCPutOwG_SMnKiInk6Bqe2kCtjBsAFISqHluQcujrF2UUkFew Readers Bureau, Contributor Edited by Jesus […]

SPORTS

Guyana Gets Hosting CPL Final Rights

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has awarded the hosting rights of the final of the competition to Guyana for the next three years. Starting this year and up to 2024, the Guyana National Stadium will host the knock-out stages and final of the CPL. CPL organizers decided on Guyana as the venue for the finals for the next three years […]

NEWS

Bids On For Guyana’s Gas-To-Energy Project

Guyana has received bids from Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil, the United States, and China for the pre-qualification for its US$900 million gas-to-energy project. Twelve bids from local, regional and international firms were submitted. A government statement said the rationale for the combination of the power plant and the Natural Gas Liquids facilities is guided by findings by Esso Exploration and […]

BUSINESS

Guyana Gone Coconuts

Guyana has rachet up their export in coconuts selling more than $2.5 billion worth of coconut and coconut byproducts last year, representing a $600 million increase compared to the $1.9 billion exported in 2020. In a recent press release, the Ministry of Agriculture said that virgin coconut oil exports stood at $685 million while export earnings for dried coconuts totaled […]

NEWS

Guyana Ratchets Up Economic Growth

The Guyana economy grew by 14.5 percent during the first six months of this year. This is according to the mid-year report released by the country’s Ministry of Finance. Senior Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh is expected to table the report at the first sitting of the National Assembly when legislators return from their annual recess. Earlier this year, […]

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Guyana In New School Opening Uproar

Following a three-day strike called by the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) to protest the lockout or removal of teachers from schools because they are not vaccinated or do not have a negative COVID test. The government has said that teachers who supported the strike action will not be paid. According to press reports, the GTU General Secretary, Coretta Mc Donald, […]