Hindi Livinus The Adamawa State Government has ordered the deployment of 150 local vigilantes to complement military efforts in eradicating Boko Haram suicide attacks in Madagali. The General Supervis
Ninety-four-year-old Spiritual Head and Chairman of Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Worldwide, Most Reverend Samuel Abidoye, shares his life story with SUCCESS NWOGU Where and when were you born? I was
Ageless Venus Williams is daring to dream of a possible glamour Australian Open final against sister Serena, but admits they both have their work cut to get there. The American great progressed to an
Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh flew into exile in Equatorial Guinea after stepping down under pressure from West African nations.
A bomb blast in Pakistan's Kurram tribal region killed 25 people and wounded scores more.
The main objective of the inter-Syrian talks in Astana would be confirming of the agreements on ceasefire in Syria of December 29, 2016
An overnight passenger train derailed in southern India, killing at least 32 people and injuring 50 others.
More than 1 million people rallied around the world to send an emphatic message that they won't let Donald Trump's agenda go unchallenged.
Kgoerano Kekana is only one of the many men and women with entitlement issues, writes Malaika wa Azania.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will become the first foreign leader to meet with US President Donald Trump when she visits the US next week, the White House says. Read Full Article
Minister of Finance Winston Jordan has labelled recent reporting of a shortage of foreign currency “contrived,” while blaming it for creating “a climate of speculation and hysteria.”
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Cable car workers commemorate cable car anniversary with stories, guided tours, and events.
Travelling along the Corentyne highway, you could miss Wellington Park, which is considered the smallest village on the Corentyne or maybe even in the entire Berbice, with its 12 houses and populatio
Alfred De Younge, the man who is accused of burning the mother of his two children in a suspected acid attack last Thursday, was arrested yesterday after he was involved in a vehicular accident in Li
A 28-year-old minibus conductor is now in police custody assisting with investigations in last evening’s stabbing to death of a Leopold Street resident near the Stabroek Market.
The copies of the medical certificates and birth certificates of the nine boys allegedly raped by Muslim scholar Nezaam Ali have mysteriously disappeared from the case files and the distraught mother
The Alliance For Change (AFC) yesterday said that its constitution does not prohibit the party’s leader and other senior office holders from serving more than two successive terms in the same post.
Minister of Natural Resources and Alliance for Change (AFC) executive Raphael Trotman says that he too would be accepting nominations to be party leader and would consider it an honour to serve in the
Attorney Ronald Burch-Smith has clarified that his comments in the report, ‘Jagdeo open to submitting new Gecom list,’ which was published in the January 21st edition of the Stabroek News, were made b
Pledging his support for the educational advancement of all, including public servants, President David Granger has said that there is nothing corrupt about the granting of scholarships to ministers A
The St Stanislaus farm, established 41 years ago to be a live laboratory for students of St Stanislaus College to engage in and observe agricultural practices, has since grown to become a leader in t
Cosmetologists and barbers who operate on the Merriman Mall said they have met Mayor Patricia Chase-Green and voiced their concerns about having to be relocated and suggested that they be allowed to
National Industrial and Commercial Investment Inc (NICIL) is depending on the court system to resolve issues surrounding land it had leased to the Guyana National Industrial Company (GNIC).
US President Donald Trump and his spokesperson Sean Spicer, have chastised US media outlets, accusing reporters of understating the numbers of supporters present during the inauguration
Operations Manager of the Guyana Fire Service (GFS) Compton Sparman has said that a damaged fire tender along with the lack of fire hydrants and an open water source prevented firefighters from being
Making it clear that he is committed to ensuring that the media has access to him, President David Granger said last Friday that he will consider holding a press conference but will continue to engage
In a bid to be able to better isolate faults and to have better voltage stability, Guyana Power and Light (GPL) will expend $6 billion to build four new substations and expand some existing ones.
An Albouystown resident was early yesterday morning taken into custody after the police carried out a search at his house and uncovered several illegal items including a .45 pistol.
By taking us through the journey of his young and eventful life, Trevor Noah has held up a mirror to our society, writes Shannon Ebrahim.
How could I celebrate the grandiose entry of a new US president when my fellow Africans had to swear in theirs at an embassy not in their country, says Victor Kgomoeswana.
Over the past 24 hours, Armenia’s armed forces have 51 times violated the ceasefire along the line of contact between Azerbaijani and Armenian troops by using grenade launchers
It's time for South Africans to realise they're on their own - and take back their future, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.
Lately, I have been pondering over the proposed Information and Communications Technology University by the Federal Government, which the Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, said his ministry
Anastasiya Pavlyuchenkova seeded 24th downed another Russian tennis player Svetlana Kuznetsova seeded 8th with 6:3, 6:3 score