Tag: State Assets Recovery Agency

SARA Deputy corrects erroneous news article

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 11, 2018

– Director and Deputy have a monthly earning of $1,080, 000 and $780,000, respectively – 'Beacon of truth' chided for ... Read More

State Assets Recovery Agency launches “Lash it out” T20 cricket Match

State Assets Recovery Agency launches “Lash it out” T20 cricket Match

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 29, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Friday, June 29, 2018 The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) as part of its efforts to stamp out ... Read More

SARA identifies 10 cases to begin recovering state assets

SARA identifies 10 cases to begin recovering state assets

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 20, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Friday, April 20, 2018 The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) will begin recovery proceedings for 10 cases later ... Read More

“It is clear we kept our word: zero tolerance to corruption” – Min. Broomes at SARA’s walk against corruption

“It is clear we kept our word: zero tolerance to corruption” – Min. Broomes at SARA’s walk against corruption

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 20, 2018

DPI, GUYANA, Friday, April 20, 2018 The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA), in collaboration with international partners, organised a walk ... Read More

No singular agency can combat corruption – Director of SARA

No singular agency can combat corruption – Director of SARA

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 20, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Monday, November 20, 2017 Director of the State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA), Professor Clive Thomas, says no singular ... Read More

State Asset Recovery Act sets out guidelines for director’s appointment

State Asset Recovery Act sets out guidelines for director’s appointment

Staff Writer Staff Writer- April 20, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Thursday, April 20, 2017 The appointment of a Director for the State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) is dependent ... Read More

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