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Letters; Once again, this is too much

Dear editor, Blurring the line between government and party politics has always challenged Africa's democratization process, and Gambia again shows why. Yesterday, at a political rally...

“Nobles” versus “Slaves:” Deep mistrust within Sarahulleh communities aggravates caste conflicts

By Prince Bubacarr Aminata Sankanu, Researcher on Contemporary History and Politics specializing in slavery abolition in West Africa Whereas “Ganbaanaxun Fedde” succeeds in winning global attention and...

The obligation to protect and promote human rights

By Almameh S Manga Quick reminder here on the role of the state in the promotion and protection of human rights as well as safeguarding...

Lawyer Darboe didn’t have to go to prison…!

By Musa Bah Let me say from the outset that I'm neither a member nor a supporter of the United Democratic Party (UDP). Equally, I do...

Revisiting the government’s import duty on cement

Dr Ousman Gajigo Six months ago, the government imposed an explicably high import duty on bagged cement that was designed to drive away small-scale cement...

Letters: Letter to President Barrow

My president, I hate to bother you again, but I believe your advisers are doing a lot of disservice to you and the country, because...

“Nobles” versus “Slaves”: Deep mistrust within Sarahulleh communities aggravates caste conflicts

By Prince Bubacarr Aminata Sankanu, Researcher on Contemporary History and Politics specializing in slavery abolition in West Africa The adjective “Ngana” is Mandinka for Ghana Empire and...

Armored riot vehicle: Is Government more interested in suppressing than protecting human rights?

By Madi Jobarteh It is indeed very worrying that given the history and experience of the Gambia in terms of freedom of assembly that the...

Letters : APRC elements embedded in Barrow’s government

  Dear editor What bothers me most is not the emergence of a tyrannical government in Gambia. What bothers me is the developing dictatorship gradually taking shape....

Mr Madi Jobarteh’s myopic/ignorant understanding, of H.E. President Barrow’s interview with Mr Harona Drammeh

Mr Madi Jobarteh's myopic/ignorant understanding, of H.E. President Barrow's interview with Mr Harona Drammeh Conversely, whenever there is any instability in Gambia (now “The Gambia”),...

Letters: A worthy purchase for the police

In April 2000, 14 students were killed by Gambia Security personnel when they used live bullets to quell a protest. Apart from the deaths,...

Mr Madi Jobarteh’s myopic/ignorant understanding, of H.E. President Barrow’s interview with Mr Harona Drammeh

By:- DR. Henry D.R. Carrol (M.R.G.), Senior Oxford-Trained Lawyer, Solicitor General Emeritus Of The Gambia & Founder Senior U.T.G. Law Lecturer (From 2007 to Date). Introduction:-This...

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Country focus: The Gambia Re: the financial, economic & other ramifications of printing new currency & minting new coins

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Immigration DG says runaway Junglers did not acquire new Gambian document

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