With only two weeks to go before the April 10th annual awards night of the Sports Journalist Association of The Gambia SJAG, the award committee yesterday announced that the venue for this year' event is the Kairaba Beach Hotel.
As the globe moved from one 'order' to the other, so has continental Africa moved together in a parade of uncertainty, giving the valour to the outside world for competition. Since the inception of the civilised society, the state system and the realist ideology taken a centre-stage in global political discourse, three world orders emerged at different epochs all giving descriptions of inter-state interactions on the global stage and more importantly the struggle for survival.
The Gambia Swimming & Aquatic Sports Association (GSASA) is set to hold its elective congress on Saturday at The University of The Gambia, Faculty of Law, Kanifing.
The Gambia's return to full international football on Friday will have another addition to the spice already placed on the menu. Top Gambian artists from top label Jollof Arts will take the stage to entertain the night crowd before kickoff and at half time.
Friday, November 14, was World Diabetes Day. The WDD campaign is led by the International Diabetes Federation and its member associations. The Day is used to engage millions of people worldwide in diabetes advocacy and awareness. It was created in 1991 by the IDF and the World Health Organisation in response to growing concerns about the escalating health threat that diabetes now poses.
I have heard the argument, a rather common refrain, that one cannot rape a lady or woman against her will or without her consent. This argument is, even on face value, pathetic. Certainly to be 'willing' or to 'consent' is much more than mere nodding of the head or simple uttering of a 'yes'. “Consent' requires absence of force or coercion, freedom to comfortably say 'yes' or 'no' and willingness to accept a 'no' as definitive.
A review must be made of experiences gained in rice production across the country and an analysis of factors contributing to or constraining success...
- President Yahya Jammeh is still on the receiving end of letters from world leaders and other very important persons congratulating him on the country's 50th Independence Anniversary. Read messages below:
- Patrice Lumumba's last letter he sent to his wife shortly before his eventual murder
- Contribution of the private sector to development