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The coalition meeting

Many citizens were hopeful that there would be important discussions at the coalition meeting when it was announced that they will meet to review...

Coalition meeting: Are we optimistic?

The coalition 2016 leaders meet today to review the state of affairs in the country. The meeting is supposed to look into the issues...

The coalition meeting

The coalition leaders will hold a meeting on the 11th April 2019 to review the state of the affairs of the coalition. This meeting, some...

The need for institutional reforms

With the revelations that came out from the sittings of the Janneh Commission and the recent findings of a report about massive irregularities at...

Politics should be issues based

Governments and governance systems are supposed to find ways and means to bring about development to the country and improve the lives and livelihoods...

Are the innuendos good for the country?

Democracy, it is said, is participatory. This is why the governed also take part by speaking out to contribute their opinions to the national...

Conditions at the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital

In a press conference last week, the Nurses' Association of the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital lamented the condition of the hospital citing the...

Democracy as applied in Africa needs to change

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who has been the president of Algeria since 1999, has bid to extend his rule by another five years. He is 82...

Transportation problems

Citizens are complaining daily about the difficulties they encounter on the roads due to what they deem unfair treatment of some drivers. Since the...

The ECOMIG mandate

The current mandate of ECOMIG should end in August of 2019 but reports coming from Nigeria indicate that the Nigerian military is preparing to...

Protecting social media

Repeatedly, we have heard government officials broach the subject of controlling social media. The latest person to talk about this is the Nominated Member of...

The GPU prexy saga

Social media is rife with commentaries on the incident involving Mr Sheriff Bojang Jnr. and Mr Lamin Njie of The Fatunetwork. The incident occurred...

On roads

The Gambia is a small country compared to many in the subregion, and arguably, it has less vehicles than other countries as well. But...

Land disputes

The need has long been felt for a vibrant lands commission to be constituted to look into the various issues of land disputes in...

Democracy

The previous week has been the most interesting week in Gambian politics since the week of December 1st 2016. It saw the dismissal of an...

All eyes on the Supreme Court

A historic judgement is expected from the Supreme Court by many Gambians as it sits over the case brought by Miss Ya Kumba Jaiteh...

International Women’s Day

On Saturday last, 8th March 2019, The Gambia joined the rest of the world to celebrate International Women's Day. This day is a global...

The right to protest

Democracies all over the world give citizens the right to demonstrate and express their views towards issues that concern them. Or, sometimes it may...

The right to protest

Democracies all over the world give citizens the right to demonstrate and express their views towards issues that concern them. Or, sometimes it may...

The deportation saga

Of late, the talk on almost everyone's lips is the issue of deportation of Gambians from Europe, particularly Germany. Many people are jittery about...
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