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Meet the fake doctor, President

By Momodou L Jaiteh The victims of Gambia's former dictator's bogus cure are now seeking justice. The Gambian court case is the first to hold an...

GAMBIA at TICAD 7

The Gambia participated in this year's Tokyo International Conference on African Development TICAD in Yokohama from 28th to 30th August. The delegation was led by...

How Baba Jobe was used and dumped by Yahya Jammeh part 1

In the wake of the 22nd July military coup that brought Yahya Jammeh and his AFPRC/APRC government to power in 1994, the economic life...

Hans Football Academy, grooming future footballers

One of the most organised football academies currently babysitting Gambian potential footballing future is Hans Football Academy situated in Bundung Marakissa. It is about 12 years...

Bottrop wins Principals’ Cup

The curtains have been drawn in this year's edtion of the GTBank Principals' Cup held at the Independence Stadium in Bakau over the weekend. Thirty...

Large caches of explosives, obsolete arms and ammunition tobe destroyed in the Gambia

By Sheikh Alkinky Sanyang To limit the risk of unplanned explosions and illicit proliferation of small arms and light weapons in the Gambia, Mine Advisory...

Gambians in US to stage another All High School Reunion next weekend

By Tijan Masanneh Ceesay Gambians in the United States will next weekend stage the second edition of the All High Schools Reunion in Atlanta, Georgia. The...

Young Gambian entrepreneur receives UK business award

By Jonathan Symcox A young Gambian entrepreneur, Mansata Kurang, who quit her flying city job has been recognised as one of the UK's most innovative...

Who are the key players at Gambia’s truth commission

By Mustapha K Darboe Our Correspondent In Banjul Gambia's Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission has resumed its public hearings on June 10. Since January the TRRC...

Gambia’s transition: Expensive justice for a poor, little country

By Mustapha K. Darboe, JusticeInfo.net correspondent in Banjul The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission in The Gambia runs a 2.8 million dollars budget for 2019....

Car trafficking syndicates exploit Senegal’s port Despite efforts to curb the trade in stolen vehicles, criminal networks seem to be one step ahead.

By Mouhamadou Kane West Africa represents the main hub for stolen vehicles exported from Western Europe and North America. This is according to Interpol's 2018...

TRRC update: The journey So Far

By Baba Galleh Jallow The TRRC ended its fourth three-week session of hearings on Thursday, April 25, 2019. During this session, 16 witnesses testified before...

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‘Barrow Is Killing GDC In NBR’

By Omar Bah Former Jokadou chairman of the Gambia Democratic Congress, who recently resigned to join President Adama Barrow, has claimed that his former party...

GDC NAM asks AG to stop BYM political activities

By Omar Bah The GDC National Assembly Member for Niamina East has asked the Attorney General to stop the Barrow Youth Movement from promoting President...

Witness says witch-hunters made him carry human skull

By Mafugi Ceesay Ali Marr, a survivor of Yahya Jammeh's witch hunting exercise in 2009, yesterday told the TRRC that he was handed a human...

Canada, Netherlands join Gambia’s fight for Rohingyas

Press release On November 11th 2019, The Gambia filed a lawsuit at The Hague demanding accountability on the systematic violations of the rights of minority...

GPU prexy urges female journalists to expose sexual harassment at work

By Aisha Tamba The President of the Gambia Press Union yesterday called on women journalists to report sexual harassment when it occurs at their work...