A date with our Cricketers

As much as having breakfast with the Sri Lankan World Cup cricket team sounds like a treat, a media event isn’t the best opportunity to learn more about them. Friday morning (January 22), it was a date at the Cricket Board as the team members moseyed in, calm and casual but ready to take on any cutting questions the reporters hurled at them.
Kaffirs record their debut album

The distinct music of the ‘Kaffirs’, the descendants of the African origin, who were brought to Sri Lanka by the Portuguese in the 1500s is slowly gaining popularity in the country through exposure they have gained by public performances in Colombo as well as at hugely attended events such as the ‘Deyata Kirula’ annual exhibition during the past years.

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