Tag: Mash

Mashramani 2020 kicks off

Mashramani 2020 kicks off

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 23, 2020

-Celebrating 50 years as a republican nation - Twenty-six bands to compete for the crown DPI, Guyana, Sunday, February 23, ... Read More

‘I am 592’

‘I am 592’

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- February 13, 2020

―Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo opens first Mash Village DPI, Guyana, Thursday, February 13, 2020 The scent of familiar homemade favourites ... Read More

50 for 50

50 for 50

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 22, 2020

―Massive celebrations planned for Mash 2020 DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, January 22, 2020 The Department of  Social Cohesion says it has ... Read More

MASH costumes and floats to be improved

MASH costumes and floats to be improved

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 4, 2019

-Day 3 of Mashramani Design Workshop DPI, Wednesday, December 4, 2019 Guyanese designer Anthony Paul wants more locally-inspired content in ... Read More

Business Ministry ‘in it to win it’ Mash Day

Business Ministry ‘in it to win it’ Mash Day

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 18, 2019

DPI, Guyana, Monday, February 18, 2019 The dazzling array of blue and gold greeted the eyes of all present as ... Read More

“From farm to fork”

“From farm to fork”

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 18, 2019

― Agri Ministry ‘growing more and adding value' for Mash 2019 DPI, Guyana, Monday, February 18, 2019 Green and gold ... Read More

Ministry of Social Cohesion launches Mash Band for 2019.

Ministry of Social Cohesion launches Mash Band for 2019.

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 14, 2019

–Ministry ready for the road on February 23 DPI, Guyana, Thursday, February 14, 2019 Under the theme, “Celebrating the beauty ... Read More

Mash 2019 activity taken to Mabaruma

Mash 2019 activity taken to Mabaruma

Staff Writer Staff Writer- January 11, 2019

─ the region looks forward to celebrations on Jan. 12 DPI, Guyana, Friday, January 11, 2019 This year, Guyana will ... Read More

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