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Why the Gambia’s older politicians reluctant to retire?

It's time to let the Gambia's political dinosaurs go extinct? The old guards of the first and second republic political dinosaurs are tackling the...

Not you too Ambassador Bun Jack Part 2

By Samsudeen Sarr By the way, I have a point of rectification in Abdoulie Bah's testimony at the TRRC. I was not at the ministry...

Are we on the road to the promised land?

By Samsudeen Sarr I was too busy last week trying to retool my workshop with a better vehicle-air-conditioning-repair section, given that the summer is fast...

Bold Barrow’s sacking of dinosaur Darboe signal’s putting country before...

Amadou Camara It all had the ring of a soviet coup, political machinations of the politburo, the death hand of courter comitas and perfect plot...

Europeans will deport Gambians or stop their pledged-aid money

In my diplomatic and Gambian citizen cap, I found it essential to make a contribution in the current controversy surrounding Gambian deportees from mainly...

Yahya Jammeh: our collective failure

By Salifu Jassey, Yaya Jammeh had many camps of evil-doers and each of them left behind caseloads of victims and each caseload require special methodology...

The national conversation continues

By Baba Galleh Jallow The TRRC concluded its second three-week session on February 28, 2019 with a hearing on circumstances surrounding the November 11, 1994...

Are we poor and/or mismanaged? What the numbers tell us...

By Burama FL Jammeh Financial Analyst/Economist Oral narrators told us our people jubilantly dance out days and nights to the prospect of self-determination. Although many may...

The Gambia River Bridge/Barrage: The undiluted narrative

By Suruwa B. Wawa Jaiteh I refer to The Standard editorial, What is in a Name? of Thursday 24 January 2019, and many other related...

July 22 coup d’etat

By Samsudeen Sarr Based on the testimony of the police witnesses at the Truth Reconciliation & Reparations Commission (TRRC) one could notice their common distinctive...

July 22 coup d’etat

By Samsudeen Sarr I concluded my last paper on this series of chronicling my experience of the Gambia's 22 July 1994 military takeover at the...

On faith in government and related matters: Epistle to the Chairman,...

By Momodou Sabally My Lord, Most Respected Justice of our Supreme Court, I submit the following address to you with respect. The submission is in relation...

FTJ and the APRC leadership should apologise

By Alagi Yorro Jallow An apology is a lovely perfume; it can transform the clumsiest moment into a gracious gift. – Members of the new...

Will The Gambia be able to deliver a successful OIC summit?

Readers could recall that the Gambia Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Secretariat at the Petroleum House was established as a charitable organisation under the...

Senegambian Shenanigans Letter to the Minister of Foreign Affairs part...

By Momodou Sabally Dear Dr. Tangara It has been a while since we last discussed any issue of importance. The last time we had a serious...

What taxes have been raised by the government in 2019?

By Yusef Taylor This is the third installment on our Budget 2019 articles which takes a closer looks at the economy and how it will...

Youth and criminality: Everybody’s business

By Tinanya HJ Mendy Kujabi According to the United Nations, the word youth is best described as a period of transition from the dependence of...
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