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Momodou Turo Darboe: The Gambian of The Year Award Winner: Philanthropy as a legacy

Momodou Turo Darboe: The Gambian of The Year Award Winner: Philanthropy as a legacy

The African Voice in Germany – 22 years of Africa positive

The African Voice in Germany – 22 years of Africa positive

Gambia’s agricultural prospects and challenges: the way forward?

Gambia's agricultural prospects and challenges: the way forward?

How Yunus school defied Covid-19 to get 75% of students pass this year’s exams

How Yunus school defied Covid-19 to get 75% of students pass this year’s exams

Gambia: 50 deportees per month or risk EU sanction

By Sanna Camara In the 1980s, a younger Adama Barrow arrived on a scheduled flight from Germany. He was a deportee who just arrived in...

Gov’t intensifies fight against climate change with validation of $300M project

By Omar Bah The Gambia government has taken additional and equally important steps to address the effects of climate change with the validation of a...

Jinack: ‘Paradise Island’ with no potable water

With Alagie Manneh As Ebrima Sanyang pulled out his motorbike from his cramped living room, dozens of kids gathered around to cheer him on. But...

Revisited: Meet the fake doctor, President!

By Momodou L Jaiteh, founder KABA Communications   The victims of Gambia's former dictator's bogus cure are now seeking justice. The Gambian court case is the first...

The Hakalang road and its economic potential

By Omar Bah The lack of motorable roads has unquestionably held back Gambia's economic growth for many years and it is still hampering the country's...

False alarm in Banjul: geographical proximity sets off financial red flag

By Lamin Jahateh The financial transactions of two little known general merchandise firms have been flagged by an international financial regulator for potential financial crime....

HERFuture: Providing leadership opportunities to underprivileged girls in Serrekunda, Gambia

By Pius Sawa Murefu   Haddijatou Touray, Sally Dibba, and Isatou Jallow are Gambian Mastercard Foundation Scholars and among the few girls from a country where...

Is the government serious about addressing youth unemployment?

By Omar Bah Current official statistics indicate that 65% of Gambia's population consists of youth, but the country's budgetary allocation to this huge segment of...

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