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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...

Land disputes: Ticking time bomb

By Lawyer Abdoulie Fatty Land is inherently personal and precious both in terms of sentimental and emotional attachment to it and its stock as a...

The Ministry of Lands must restrain its appetite for lawlessness

By Lamin J Darbo In an extraordinary assault on law and truth, Mr Buba Sanyang (the Permanent Secretary) at a press briefing 02 June 2020...

Rising from a crisis – A more self-reliant Africa after coronavirus?

By Jean Senahoun, Senior Economist at FAO's Regional Office for Africa World count: 715 When the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement was launched on...

The “copy-and-paste” in the draft constitution and why the CRC should have reinvented the wheel

By Ben Kofi Since the publication of the Gambia's draft constitution, it has attracted essential attention from the members of the public and legal luminaries....

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My father

By Muhammed Lamin Drammeh Since I was born, nobody had ever identified himself to me as my father. Not even a picture of him had...

The political dribbling of tribe

By Sulayman Jeng Tribalism has been spiking Gambian politics worrisomely in the recent past. Despite its intractable difficulty to cage, addressing it requires an impartial...

Nfally Fadera,Head of Brand and Communication OIC Gambia

With Alagie Manneh You came into prominence as a radio presenter. Tell us about your experience as a young journalist working in a hostile media...

Hail to beauty

With words worth of dignity, hail to her beauty Consumed by pride and humility, hail to her beauty With serene eyes and bright smile Not flesh and...

IEC ACCUSED OF IGNORING GPPA ADVICE OVER VOTER MATERIAL CONTRACT

By Omar Bah The Independent Electoral Commission is reportedly intending to go against the Gambia Public Procurement Authority's advice to contract a Canadian company with...