Canadian firms join forces for major gold exploration campaign in Guyana

Two Canadian mining firms, Reunion Gold Corporation and Barrick Gold Corporation, have joined forces to lead a major gold exploration campaign in Guyana. The joint venture was sealed two days ago. The agreement will cover the Waiamu project, the Aremu project, the Arawini project and the Oko project which were started by Reunion. To earn […]

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Banks DIH gifts more than $4.8M to charity

Twenty-seven religious and charitable organisations were presented with over $4.8 million financial donations during the Banks DIH Limited annual Deeds of Covenant ceremony held on Wednesday February 13th, 2019 at Thirst Park. The company’s hosts its Annual Senior Citizens Luncheon and Deeds of Covenant presentation ceremony as part of its charitable assistance. Mr. Clifford Reis, […]

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Guyana and New Zealand Sign Air Services Agreement

The Cooperative Republic of Guyana has entered an Air Services Agreement with New Zealand, thereby granting both States the right to conduct international air transport within a common framework. The agreement was signed by Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honourable Carl B. Greenidge, and newly accredited High Commissioner Designate of New Zealand […]

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New GRA Unit to review strengths, weaknesses in achieving national targets

Before the end of the second quarter, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) will be opening a Policy, Programs and Planning Division (PPPD). This is according to the entity’s Commissioner General, Godfrey Statia. Statia said that the new division is one of the projects emanating from the authority’s Strategic Plan for 2019 to 2021. A document […]

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GRA to undergo administrative restructuring –Statia

Commissioner General of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), Godfrey Statia wants the entity to be a ‘leaner, meaner administrating machine.” To make this a reality, he will be pursuing a number of changes for 2019, starting with the restructuring of the chain of command. Statia said that the Executive structure will be amended to allow […]

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Canadian firm strikes high-grade gold results at Marudi Project

Canadian headquartered Guyana Goldstrike Inc. has confirmed high-grade gold results at the Toucan Ridge area of its Marudi Gold Project which is located in the Guiana Gold Belt. This was revealed today by the Company’s President, Peter Berdusco. He noted that in the Toucan Ridge, a trench (TTR-18-10) was dug for testing and the final […]

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CAL is official airline for Mash, Guyana Carnival

Caribbean Airlines today announced that it will be the official airline for Mashramani and the Guyana Carnival in May. In addition to this the airline is set to partner with the Park Side Steel Orchestra which will be re-branded as the Caribbean Airlines Park Side Steel Orchestra. The foregoing announcements were made earlier today when Caribbean Airlines, […]

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GRA to review archaic, ambiguous laws

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) intends to undertake a review of its existing legislation, with particular emphasis on those which are archaic and ambiguous. This is according to GRA’s Commissioner General, Godfrey Statia. During an exclusive interview with the Guyana Standard on Friday last, Statia said that the intention to review the laws to increase […]

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Guyana Goldfields refocusing exploration efforts on brownfield targets

Under the leadership of Senior Vice President of Technical Services and Corporate Development, Ron Stewart, Guyana Goldfields Inc says it is refocusing its exploration efforts on high-quality brownfield targets near its Aurora mine in Guyana. The company believes these brownfield targets provide the greatest opportunities for boosting near term growth to its mineral resources and reserves. […]

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Current Board circumventing our say on new directors-Concerned Shareholders tell TSX

The current board of Guyana Goldfields Inc. had scheduled May 22 as the date for addressing issues of reckless decision making which were raised a few weeks ago by shareholders who own 5.4 percent of the company. But the concerned shareholders are now learning that this was merely a delay tactic so that the company […]

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