Daily Archives: July 19, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 18 July 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 18 July 2013

  • CCTV cameras were not set up to help Police respond to crimes as they are happening – Luncheon
  • Businessman reviews security arrangements after yet another robbery at his store
  • Memorial and Wreath Laying ceremony held for three Lindeners killed during 2012 protest
  • Lindeners anxious for Gov’t to honour its end of the bargain in August 21, 2012 Linden agreement
  • Caribbean Airlines to reduce flights in the low season
  • West Indies and Pakistan to face off in game 3 of the 5-match Series in St. Lucia
CCTV cameras were not set up to help Police respond to crimes as they are happening – LuncheonPosted: 18 Jul 2013 05:50 PM PDT

The Government’s Chief spokesman Dr. Roger Luncheon was in full defence mode today regarding the footage captured by those CCTV cameras and the access the Police has to the footage. On Wednesday Crime Chief Seelall Persaud announced that the Police are not the ones who keep their eyes on the what is happening round the […]

Lucky Dube of South Africa – 100 Top tracks – autoplay

Lucky Dube of South Africa – 100 Top tracks – autoplay

Lucky Dube-photoBIOGRAPHY
Lucky was born on 3rd August,1964, in Ermelo, Eastern Transvaal, South Africa. At the age of 9 Lucky was chosen as library assistant at his school. His desire to learn about the rest of the world and South Africa’s controversial history had him immediately immersed in the world of literature.

It was here that he became acquainted with the Rastafarian religion, discovering it in an Encyclopedia. He also read about the music which is synonymous with Rastafarianism – REGGAE. His interest grew the more he read and found out, and soon he was working and earning enough money to buy Peter Tosh albums (which were the only Reggae albums available in South Africa at the time). Whilst he was at school he founded his first band – THE SKYWAY BAND – and raised enough money to buy his first guitar from a stage play he produced. His talents soon came to the attention of Richard Siluma, who was a distant relative and a record producer, and it was clearly evident to Richard that Lucky had a huge talent and a wonderful potential as a mbaqanga singer.    Continue reading

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