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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...

The good, the bad of Jammeh regime’s dying days

By Momodou L Jaiteh Having banned female genital cutting, Yahya Jammeh's ousting was good for democracy, but bad for women's bodies. Jakumba Ceesay was angry. In...

9 Years On: April 10/11 Survivor explains how a gunshot changed his life

By Saikou Suwareh Jabai Survivors of the 2000 student bloodshed in The Gambia are still demanding justice and compensation. The horrible incident is now19 years...

GTBank donates washing machine to Farafenni General Hospital

Recognizing this important role that washing machines have always played in infection control in the healthcare sector, GTBank Gambia on Tuesday March 19, 2019...

Standard Front Page 18 March 2019 What we can expect from China’s “Two Sessions” in 2019

In early March 2019, China's “Two sessions”, the second sessions of the 13th National People's Congress and the 13th National Committee of the Chinese...

Over 3,500 returned migrants; 2,000 receive reintegration assistance in Gambia

The voluntary return of Gambians to their homes is averaging about 143 men and women per month since the start of 2017, the International...

Helping Gambian youth find greener pastures at home

A staggering number of young Gambians have lost their lives trying to escape to Europe. UN Environment is implementing the largest natural resource development...

Putting environment and energy into the footprint of development crisis- A comparative study of alternative energy in The Gambia

The politics of climate change and the recent global energy crisis should directed many African government to formulated and directed their energy policies towards...

On Mawlid al-Nabi or Gamo: a Letter to my Friend

By Momodou Sabally I greet you thou Prince of Gunjur, mover and shaker of Nashville Tennessee! It was a great pleasure conversing with you this...

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IEC to decide divided NCP’S fate soon

By Omar Bah The Chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission, Alieu Momarr Njai has confirmed to The Standard that the commission will very soon decide...

Seedy Njie claims 70% of Gambians support Barrow

By Omar Bah Seedy Njie, one-time information minister and spokesperson of the opposition APRC, who has since switched loyalty to the political agenda of President...

Africell signs ST as brand ambassador

By Lamin Cham Africell last week signed rising Gambian rapper ST Brikama Boyo as its brand ambassador. At a unique ceremony that took the form of...

Police deny freeing a Mauritanian ‘paedophile’

Poliso magazine Reference to a post by online Newspaper What's On-Gambia dated Saturday 10th August with headline '' Cheikh is worse than America's R Kelly!''...

Omar Jammeh wins 2019 youth excellence award

Omar Jammeh has been named winner of The Stone Circle's Youth Excellence Award (YEA) 2019. The award is given in commemoration of the International Youth...