The Gambia joined the rest of the world to observe the UN-declared universal children's day, set aside to reflect on the plight of children across the globe and map out strategies to help them.
For more than 30 years, Nick Maurice, the chairman of the Marlborough Brandt Group and the founder of the Gunjur-Marlborough link, tirelessly pioneered educational and development work in The Gambia especially in the coastal settlement of Gunjur in the Kombo South District.
This tribute is dedicated to my beloved and dear brother officially known as Baboucarr O.K. Saho, home name Seringe Mbye because he was named after Khalipha Baboucarr Sey, commonly called goalkeeper Saho and fondly, Babou Jinneh.
Skinny ET graduated from Archdeacon Matthias George Memorial Senior Secondary School and currently doing a course of Technology, and Electrical Engineering at GTTI.
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.
Pope Francis makes his first visit to Africa this week, starting today when his delegation will visit Kenya, then Uganda and the Central African Republic. During the five-day trip the pope is expected to deliver public masses, meet religious and political leaders and promote a message of reconciliation and unity.
A review must be made of experiences gained in rice production across the country and an analysis of factors contributing to or constraining success...