A victim of a rainstorm disaster in Sanyang in Kombo South District of the West Coast Region has urged the government to assist her with relief materials to cushion the effects of the rainstorm.
Dr Ann-Marie Wilson is a British psychology doctor and founder of 28 Too Many, an anti-FGM organisation that has been active in Africa since 2010. In this edition of Bantaba, she started by introducing herself to Standard editor, Lamin Njie.
In hypothesising what really exemplifies the consummate educator, the revered Twentieth Century American inspirational writer, poet and educator, William Arthur Ward (1921-1994), postulates: “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.”
Real de Banjul Football Club has announce the departure of Modou Lamin Sanyang to Swedish club Ängelholms FF on loan until the end of the Superettan season.
Lamin Touray, known by his artiste name “Badibunka”, is set to drop a brand new song title “Kebama Naata”, according to his management tomorrow Saturday September 5 and will be available online and all major radio stations in The Gambia.
The majority leader of the ruling Alliance Patriotic Re-orientation and Construction (APRC) party at the National Assembly, Hon Fabakary Tombong Jatta yesterday said the achievements registered under the APRC regime since 1994 surpassed his imagination.
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.
The Gambia might be moving at a slow pace as regards development but Gambians have every reason to be hopeful of a better tomorrow.
A review must be made of experiences gained in rice production across the country and an analysis of factors contributing to or constraining success...