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Doctors, paramedics trained 66 Gambians on emergency care delivery

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We are witnessing the third wave of the scramble for Africa – UTG lecturer

Mr Ismaila Ceesay, a political science lecturer at the University of The Gambia has said that the African continent is witnessing what he called the “third wave” of the scramble for Africa...

Organisation commits to preserve Gambia’s traditional music heritage

Living Legacies, an organisation dedicated to the revival, preservation and promotion of The Gambia's traditional music, on Friday night launched the country's first traditional music archive at an event organised at Gambia is Good (GiG) headquarters....

‘Hospitalised’ GRA boss delays Jobarteh’s trial

The high court in Banjul was yesterday expected to rule whether the commissioner-general of Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA) should produce receipts of the GRA bank account or not...

PDOIS’ BARROW CALLS FOR TERM LIMITS, SECOND ROUND OF VOTING

PDOIS ward councilor for Sare Ngai in Wuli West, Mekeng Ebrima Barow, has urged legislators to consider imposing a term limit for the president and parliamentarians as is currently being done for ward councilors.

‘Granddaughter’ rape trial progresses

A Tallinding man (name withheld) has again denied being a rapist yesterday, a day after telling the judge that the victim and the mother made a false allegation of rape against him....

Justice Amadi threatens to free trio if…

High court judge, Justice Emmanuel Amadi has warned the state prosecutor to proceed with the case of 'illegal foreign exchange dealers' on the next adjourned date or have the case struck out...

SaHel Group bags international award

SaHel Group, a renowned Gambian investment and consultancy firm has bagged the New Era Award for Technology, Innovation & Quality...

‘Obama looks forward to receiving Jammeh at summit’

Richard Yoneoka, charge d'affaires at the United States Embassy in Banjul has said that President Barack Obama is looking forward to receiving President Yahya Jammeh and his African counterparts at the US-Africa summit which will take place in August...

Sinchu alkalo, community leaders extol VDF intervention

Salieu Ceesay, the alkalo of Sinchu Alagi village, has lauded Vision Development Foundation's rehabilitation of one of the most badly damaged streets in Freetown neighbourhood of Sinchu Alagi, West Coast Region. The street is the eighth to be rehabilitated by the foundation since January 2014...

US Chargé d’affaires Yoneoka meets with West Coast Region Governor Hydara to discuss collaboration

On May 28th the chargé d'affaires of the US Embassy in The Gambia, Richard Yoneoka, traveled to Brikama to meet with the governor of the West Coast Region, Ms Aminata Siffai Hydara and the council chairman of the Brikama Area Council, Mr Bakary Saibo Sanneh. During the meeting Mr Yoneoka congratulated Governor Hydara on being appointed as the first female governor in The Gambia...

PS Barry clamours for deepened Turkish-Gambia trade engagement

The permanent secretary, Ministry of Trade Industry and Employment has urged Turkish investors to take advantage of the existing trade and investment opportunities in The Gambia...

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