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What became of the Monkey Park?

Monkey Park is a gazetted wildlife area from 1952. Which means it's part of those national heritages that are to be preserved for the...

What became of the Monkey Park?

Monkey Park is a gazetted wildlife area from 1952. Which means it's part of those national heritages that are to be preserved for the...

World Press Freedom Day: Out with the World

Today is World Press Freedom Day. A day which according to the UNESCO website “was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993 following...

GPU reveals final shortlist of award nominees

The Gambia Press Union has yesterday revealed the final shortlist of journalists nominated for the second edition of the National Journalism Awards held annually...

Youth empowerment tops gov’t agenda

—Youth minister The Minister of Youth & Sports, Henry Gomez has said that youth economic empowerment will be his ministry's top agenda. He said the increasing...

Storybook

Back in the days when there was no flush toilet in the much abandoned hinterland, we used to ease ourselves in pit latrines. If...

DARBOE: I DO NOT DICTATE BARROW

By Lamin Cham Despite widespread assumptions that as the godfather of President Barrow he is the de factor leader of the country, Ousainou Darboe,...

Barrow chides private sector at trade fair

By Isatou Jawara President Adama Barrow said in a statement read on his behalf yesterday that any government policy and incentives that failed to recognise...

Competition Commission warns against false advertisements

The Gambia Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (GCCPC) has issued a statement warning businesses to desist from false advertisements aimed at deceiving consumers to...

The renaissance of Islam part iv

There are basically two types of Muslims in today's world.. The first group or category of people are the one who maintain that because...

CAN BARROW CONCEDE TO 3-YEAR TERM?

CAN BARROW CONCEDE TO 3-YEAR TERM? Halifa Sallah of the People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism, PDOIS, has said yesterday that the objective of the...

Tech whizz-kid Lamin and his helicopter

By Talibeh Hydara There was a time in this country when people witnessed extraordinary attempts by young people to have Gambian brands. Young people with tech...

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The US attacks on Huawei are not effective and will, in the long run, prove futile part 5

By Katim S Touray Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who took the mantle from Prime Minister May, also prevaricated on deciding on the Huawei issue. First,...

Message from the Executive Director of CAFOR

The Coronavirus is bringing the world to a standstill. Although it is happening now in peacetime, it all looks like we are already in...

The final draft Constitution: My vote is YES in the referendum!

By Madi Jobarteh Let me first of all express my heartfelt congratulations to the CRC for producing a robust, positive and forward looking final draft...

Letters : Covid-19: Strong states/strong technocrats save lives

  Dear editor, For all governments, especially the resource poor third world countries, the basic issue of public policy is to establish a pattern of participatory...