Daily Archive for August 2nd, 2007

Ugandan President: ‘Caricom nations must unite’

By Sandra Singh
www.newsday.co.tt
Thursday, August 2 2007

click on pic to zoom inEducation Minister Hazel Manning looked a picture of elegance at the parade….UGANDAN President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday encouraged all CARICOM nations to unite and become the sixth region of Africa. Museveni speaking at the “Kambule” in Port-of-Spain amidst heavy security said attempts are being made to unite the continent of Africa, comprising of over 900 million people of which 750 million are “black people” adding that people in the Caribbean should do the same.
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Judge: Devant Maharaj was treated unfairly

By Francis Joseph
www.newsday.co.tt
Thursday, August 2 2007

Hall of JusticeDEVANT MAHARAJ, a senior employee of the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) has won another court battle relating to his job.

In a 56-page judgment delivered by Justice James Aboud on Tuesday, the court declared that Maharaj was a victim of unfair treatment by the Statutory Authorities Service Commission. He was also awarded costs.
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