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Democracy given a new lease of life

Thousands of Gambians on Monday 16th December 2019 took part in a protest aimed at reminding President Adama Barrow of his promise to serve...

On Myanmar and genocide: humanity on trial

Aung San Suu Kyi's decision to personally defend Myanmar in the genocide case at the international court of justice has torn away any scant...

Three Years Jotna

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has issued a permit to the Three Years Jotna Movement to march and demonstrate their grievances in accordance...

International Human Rights Day

December 10th every year is celebrated as International Human Rights Day. The day is used to commemorate the day on which the Universal Declaration...

The obscenities in our political discourse

Initially, there were political innuendos in the political rallies and other meetings. Politicians began throwing stones at each other on a daily basis. The...

The back-way tragedy

The talk on everyone's lips has been the tragedy that took place off the Coast of Mauritania where at least sixty-three young Gambians perished...

On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities:more needs to be done

Tuesday last, 3rd December, 2019 was celebrated as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The theme for this year's celebrations was 'promoting the...

Is President Barow courting the Fonis?

As the former president, Yahya Jammeh hailed from Foni, it was not surprising that it was his power base while he was in office. In...

On NCP’s reconciliation: Let bygones be bygones

It seems that the National Convention Party (NCP) is telling Gambians not to write them off as they have now reconciled and become one...

On the formation of Citizens’ Alliance: More choices for the electorate

Over the weekend, a new political party, Citizens' Alliance was launched bringing the number of registered political parties in the Gambia to eleven. There...

The 2020 budget

Deputies are currently scrutinizing the 2020 budget estimates presented to the House by the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs. This is a very...

On Meet the People Tour: Are civil servants required to go?

The Constitution requires the president to go and meet the people and converse with them yearly to have firsthand information about their needs and...

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Echoes From The Senegambia Run

The Mayor of popular Senegalese tourist resort Saly has said the town will send a team to the next edition of the Senegambia Run,...

States are amoral. All of them

Dr Sulayman Njie With the change of administration in The Gambia – there has been a plethora of conversations regarding the state and the demos,...

‘Coalition Parties Must Resign From Gov’t Or Seen To Be NPP’

By Omar Bah Haji Suwareh, the spokesperson of Operation 3 Years Jotna, has urged the political parties in the Coalition government to declare their departure...

MONEY & MARKET

Momodou Camara (Acca) The annual G20 summit often seems like a talking shop for the world's most powerful governments. The leaders of 19 of the...

Gov’t must be clear about Jammeh’s assets – FTJ

By Omar Bah The interim leader of Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction has called on the Barrow administration to tell Gambians how they sold...