Caribbean Report 12-04-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:27)
2. President Jagdeo and Opposition Leader Hoyte are heading into peace talks in Guyana. Opposition Leader Desmond Hoyte and former Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines James Mitchell are interviewed. Colin Smith reports (00:28-04:37)
3. Dutch Caribbean is up in arms over The Hague's decision to deport criminal Antillean youths. Geraldine Cockland reports from The Hague (04:38-06:16)
4. China's President Jiang Zemin has arrived in Cuba following a visit to Brazil. Daniel Schweimler reports (06:17-07:32)
5. New York City Board of Education has started a campaign to recruit teachers from the Caribbean. The New York Board of Education Chancellor Harold Levy is interviewed and Leslie Goffe reports (07:33-09:14)
6. Why there is water rationing in Trinidad and Tobago. Director of Customer Serivces, WASA Debbie Ann Sankarlal reports 09:15-12:14)
7. President of the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers' Association Andrew Aleong says the sector is still operating effectively despite the concerns raised. President Andrew Aleong is interviewed (12:15-12:44)
8. South African government says it is going to mount a full judicial inquiry into the death of forty-three football supporters who were crushed during a match last night. General Secretary of CONCACAF Chuck Blazer is interviewed and Orin Gordon reports (12:45-15:47)