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Pirang Caliph warns against religious tension

By Omar Bah The Caliph of Pirang has made a compassionate appeal to Gambian Muslims, warning that people must stop insulting religious leaders. Addressing his villagers...

Sabi complains to gov’t after woman drowned in ‘neglected’ culvert

By Omar Bah The Sabi Ward Development Committee has written to the ministry works, the National Road Authority, the Governor of URR and the NAM...

Reckless car race leaves 3 dead on Senegambia strip

Press release The office of the Inspector General of Police has learned with deep concern a fatal accident which occured along the Senegambia road as...

Minister Sillah sounds warning bell as public attitude towards Covid-19 remains worrisome

By Momodou Darboe In an apparent show of frustration over public attitude towards Covid-19, the minister of information has warned that the police should not...

3 cabinet ministers contract Covid-19

Press release The Office of the President informs the public that three Cabinet Ministers, Honourable Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Mambury Njie and Honourable...

FM Tangara receives phone call from Norwegian Foreign Minister

The Honourable Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mamadou Tangara, recently held talks with the Foreign Minister of Norway, H.E. Ine Eriksen Soreide. During their extensive...

PDOIS MARKS 34 YEARS IN POLITICS

By Omar Bah The secretary general of the People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism on Friday made a national broadcast to mark the 34th...

Alieu Mboge, Pa Mbye pass away

Two prominent Gambians, a Muslim leader and a former civil servant—Alieu Mboge and Pa Mbye espectively—died yesterday. Alieu Mboge was the head of the Banjul...

Public gatherings at weddings, christenings and funerals prohibited

New measures announced by Gambia Government have prohibited public gatherings at weddings, funerals and naming ceremonies among other public gatherings as the country battles...

95 new cases recorded, 3 from State House

By Aisha Tamba The Gambia has recorded 95 new Covid-19 cases on Friday, the highest report in a single day, bringing to total of 498...

Calls for travelers to pay for quarantine

Many Gambians have called on the authorities to change strategy in quarantine after reports emerged of chaos, bribery and escapades from there. Last night, The...

Brikama market gutted by fire again

By Bruce Asemota A fire outbreak at the Brikama central market yesterday destroyed about 47 shops or canteens dealing in cooking utensils, second hand clothing,...

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IMMIGRATION DENIES TAKING BRIBES FOR PASSENGERS TO ESCAPE QUARANTINE

By Tabora Bojang Days after coming under a barrage accusation for allegedly accepting bribes to let arriving passengers escape quarantine, the Gambia Immigration Department has...

LET US FORGO NAWETTANS THIS YEAR

It is increasingly clear that the corona virus pandemic has entered deeply into the fabric of our society. One only needs to follow the...

173 new Covid-19 cases take Gambia’s total to 671

After nearly a week of silence over the country's Covid-19 updates, the Ministry of Health has yesterday confirmed that The Gambia has registered 173...

UTG, Gambia College closed over Covid-19

The Ministry of Higher Education, Research,Science and Technology has ordered the immediate closure of the University of The Gambia. A statement from the Registrar...

Banjul Mayor calls for lockdown to curb Covid-19 spike

By Tabora Bojang Amid heightened fear and anxiety over the spike of Covid-19 cases, Mayor Rohey Malick Lowe of Banjul has called on the Health...