Jamaican Prime Minister speech last Friday in London:-
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Posted by Andrew Holness on Friday, 20 April 2018
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It is difficult enough at present sourcing enough funds for the everyday costs of running your GFM Community Radio Station Now it is also becoming apparent that essential items of equipment, after years of constant use, are wearing out. Other equipment, for example the computer we use to answer the phone is overstretched with other duties, due to this the system fails every so often. Listeners have probably recently heard a CD ‘skip’ or called the studio only to find the presenter cannot connect to the call or hear you when they do! A few texts & mails have failed to ‘land’ in the studio & occasionally we have been unable to access the internet to give the listeners their information & advice. In order for GFM to maintain the high standards of service the Community has come to expect AND we strongly wish to provide: it is now imperative that certain items of equipment are replaced & new items obtained. Various quotes have been sourced and the most cost-effective options are listed later.
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At 11-00 this morning (06 December) there will be an hour-long show in acknowledgement of the life of Rolihlahla Mandela presented by Shaun Moore. ‘Keep it locked to GFM’ as we salute South Africa’s first Black President: a man of deep humility, despite being probably the world’s greatest ever Statesman!
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