Caribbean Report 23-11-1998



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:26)
2. Hillary Clinton calls on Haiti to solve its political problems. Michael Norton reports from Port-au-Prince (00:27-03:52)
3. Member of South Africa's Parliament is in Georgetown to help Guyana with its process of constitutional reform. Senator Mohammed Serthi has already begun a series of meetings with the country's political leaders. Still in Guyana, President Janet Jagan's son Joey Jagan has resigned from the ruling party. There are suggestions of a rift between Guyana's President and her political heir. Colin Smith and Bert Wilkinson report from Georgetown (03:53-09:06)
4. Surprise setback for the West Indies ahead of the first test against South Africa. Cricket commentator 'Reds' Perreira reports (09:07-11:35)
5. Finally, they have been raided by the police, investigated by the government and they are sometimes ridiculed in the streets, but despite the attention members of the Angels of God Sabbath Church in Kingston, Jamaica say they are still waiting for the flood which God has promised will destroy the country. Reverend Wesley Knoth is interviewed and Carol Orr reports (11:36-15:30)