36 C
City of Banjul
Monday, January 25, 2021
Home Analysis

Analysis

Reflections on some precursors of pan-Africanism

By Mamanding (Johnson) Kuyateh “The dimension of our struggle is equal to the size of the African continent itself. It is in no way confined...

Parliament can make amendments to the Constitution Of The Republic of The Gambia, 2020 (Promulgation) Bill

By Toney F Mendy At the heart of this conclusion is the fact, however unattractive it may appear to us, that the 1997 Constitution has...

The irony of ex-president Yahya Jammeh’s claims of being able to cure asthma and diabetes amongst other diseases

By Dr Kebba Bojang In mid-January 2007, former president Yahya Jammeh, while still in office, announced that he had received a “mandate” to start curing...

What is inclusive growth and which strategies, policies and programmes can best promote it? ...

By Lamin Manneh What exactly is inclusive and equitable growth and what does it imply? As we have noted above, the past six years have witnessed...

Possible repercussions of Baa Tambadou’s departure

By D.A Jawo The abrupt resignation of the Attorney General and Minister of Justice Abubacarr 'Baa' Tambadou has hit this country like a thunderbolt from...

What is inclusive growth and which strategies, policies and programmes can best promote it?

By Lamin Manneh Why the inclusive growth agenda? Musahara (2016) aptly points out that the emergence of inclusive growth and development concepts is part of many...

What is inclusive growth and which strategies, policies and programmes can best promote it?

By Lamin M Manneh The 2016 edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos will be long remembered for two indelible hallmarks. The first...

Ministers Tambadou and Faye on publicity escapade

By Samsudeen Sarr I was last week vaguely informed by a colleague that Defense Minister Sheikh Omar Faye submitted a defense bill to the National...

Africa’s golden opportunity is flying by at supersonic speed

By Tumbul Trawally In life, every crisis offers an opportunity for improvement, or doing things in a different way. The Coronavirus pandemic crisis is no...

The collapse of social capital in Gambia

By Gibril Saine In social studies, more so contextual Senegambia society and politics, social capital could be termed as the ability of people to work...

The element of surprise: from anticipatory intelligence to actionable intelligence, the most effective psy-ops weapon

Measures meant to maintain stability while transitioning from tyranny, decadence to democracy and decency do not call for too much noise with too much...

Sexual orientation: natural or by choice

By Dr Kebba Bojang Sexual orientation is a person's sexual identity in relation to the gender to which they are attracted; the fact of being...

Must Read