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GACH Mining under GACH Group invests D1.6M water project in Sanyang

By Olimatou Coker In his drive towards contributing to the development of the country, Abubacarr Jawara, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of GACH Group Company, has...

Cross destinies of exceptional personalities

By Mouhamadou Bassirou Mbacké KÉBÉ The month of March always rekindles vivid memories in us. It represents a special time of the year for us...

Coronavirus or COVD-19; another human catastrophe in the making

By Awa Ann A series of articles on your run of the mill everyday issues within The Gambia It's Monday 7am in Bijilo, a breaking news...

Combining Theoretical Teaching with Practice Operation in Agriculture Technology Training

From 24th to 28th in February, 2020, the first phase of Agricultural Science Teacher Association of The Gambia (hereinafter ASTAGAM) technical training was held...

Star power: Fatima Maada Bio

Hello, we are back again with our second First Lady on the continent. On this issue, we are going to tell you about Fatima...

Almost 90% of men/women globally are biased against women

UNDP Banjul, 6 March – How big and thick is the Glass Ceiling? New analysis suggests that it covers all aspects of women's lives...

Fatou Bah-Barrow

We are starting this edition of African First Ladies closer to home: The Gambia. As of March 2019, all African countries have male heads of...

African First Ladies ‘Behind every successful man there is a woman’

By Awa Ann “Often described as 'mothers' to the nations that their husbands lead, Africa's first ladies are expected to be the unifying figures, serving...

‘Who would think a poor boy from Koba Kunda School would be president?’

By Sanna Camara, Media officer, Office of The President Koba Kunda was one of the oldest schools in Basse and the Upper River Region. A...

A Gambian perspective on The Gambia v. Myanmar Case on the Crimes of Genocide at the ICJ with Lawyer Abdoulie Fatty

By Logan Cochrane The Nokoko journal is committed to a world where people are free from all forms of oppression and exploitation, where respect for...

Brain drain and migration: Empathy, equilibrium, and empowerment

By Francis Aubee Today, in an increasingly globalised world with uneven wealth and economic inequality, more and more people are searching for better economic, political,...

A Gambian perspective on The Gambia v. Myanmar Case on the Crimes of Genocide at the ICJ with Lawyer Abdoulie Fatty

By Logan Cochrane The Nokoko journal is committed to a world where people are free from all forms of oppression and exploitation, where respect for...

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Scorpions Ask Gambians To Take Covid-19 Prevention Seriously

By Omar Jatta With the reality of the dangers surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak finally hitting home, it has become everyone's business to do whatever little...

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...