Tag: Republic Day

‘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

Mashramani then and now

Mashramani then and now

Neola Damon Neola Damon- January 7, 2020

―Ron Robinson reflects DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, January 7, 2020 Since its launch in 1970, the concept of Mashramani has evolved ... Read More

Did you know …

Did you know …

Neola Damon Neola Damon- January 3, 2020

―How ‘Mashramani’ became the right name for Guyana’s national event DPI, Guyana, Friday, January 3, 2020 With Guyana observing the ... Read More

Mashramani Fever in Port Kaituma

Mashramani Fever in Port Kaituma

Nateshia Isaacs Nateshia Isaacs- December 21, 2019

–as Department of Social Cohesion takes Mash concert to Reg 1. DPI, Guyana, Saturday, December 20, 2019 The Port Kaituma ... Read More

Historic turnout as Berbice celebrates Mashramani

Historic turnout as Berbice celebrates Mashramani

Staff Writer Staff Writer- March 4, 2019

― the largest participation in years ― Guyanese culture prevails DPI, Guyana, Monday, March 4, 2019 Droves of Guyanese, on ... Read More

Mashramani 2019 hits the mark

Mashramani 2019 hits the mark

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 23, 2019

−as new parade route welcomed by spectators. DPI, Guyana, Saturday, February 23, 2019 Thousands of Guyanese came out today to ... Read More

A ‘Guyanese’ Mashramani

A ‘Guyanese’ Mashramani

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 23, 2019

― Guyanese culture still prevails DPI, Guyana, Saturday, February 23, 2019 Mashramani 2019, once again proved to be one of ... Read More

Mashramani parade kicks off

Mashramani parade kicks off

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 23, 2019

― revellers ready for the road as sun shines in favor DPI, Guyana, Saturday, February 23, 2019 Things are heating ... Read More

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