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Thursday, June 22, 2017

EYEWITNESS: Holding fast…

…on GECOM Chair Your humble Eyewitness isn’t one who likes to crow, “I TOLD YOU SO!” But he has to mention that the outcome of the...

EYEWITNESS: Names…

…and colour What’s in a name? The Bard opined that names didn’t matter, and that “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet”. And...

EYEWITNESS: Man in the Mirror…

…and the PM In charge of the State media, PM Nagamootoo awarded himself a column in this Sunday’s Chronic – “My Turn”.  It’s a Freudian...

EYEWITNESS: Inanities…

…on oil Mark Twain has some good advice for some politicians in this Govt: “It’s better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid than...

EYEWITNESS: Race matters…

…in Govt In Guyana you seemingly just can’t get away from race; especially in politics. But hold it! Why should that circumstance even be THOUGHT...

EYEWITNESS: Deeply flawed…

…economic arguments There’s an interesting colloquy going on between former PPP Minister Henry Jeffrey (for 16 years – Labour, Housing, Human Services and Social Security,...

EYEWITNESS: Horse manure…

…on oil developments Citizens are finally waking up to what your humble Eyewitness has been warning about for almost two years now: Guyanese must be...

EYEWITNESS: Shooting Guyana’s foot…

…with rice Guyanese were, last week, informed by the head of the RPA in Berbice that less rice was planted this crop, because farmers were...

EYEWITNESS: Meaningless…

   …meetings Every business executive has some basic rules on “meetings,” and one of the first rules is to ask, “What’s this meeting about?” If...

EYEWITNESS: Shafted again…

…on oil royalties So, finally, we have some details on how we’re to be raped in regard to the oil revenues from ExxonMobil through the...

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