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Letters :Nonviolence protest is a philosophy and strategy

Dear editor, Peter Ackerman and Jack Duval in their book, 'A Force More Powerful' refer to the nonviolence movement of the 20th Century as 'a...

Letters : Gambia; the politics that never ends

  Dear editor, I have seen the huge crowds welcoming Ousainu Darboe recently. I have seen the humongous APRC crowds. I have seen the large GDC crowds....

You are the sunshine of my life

With Aicha Stewie Wonder, the great African-American singer/songwriter was born 1950 in Michigan, USA. He has meant a lot for pop, soul and funk music. Stevie...

Letters: April 10/11, 2000 student massacre; Day of infamy

  Dear editor, ‘Roaming the night's streets' stuck in my mind since high school is this passage which I memorized during our study of Alex la...

Letters :The Coalition Government: A truly great country awaits a leader

  Dear editor, There is a great deal of goodness in this country. The men of goodwill abound. One can find them everywhere. But the question...

Tourism – An opportunity for people to do better

By Lamin Saho It is often said that tourism is an opportunity for people to do better and in the Gambian context this vital industry...

Letters : Are we a corrupt nation?

  Dear editor, Last week, on my way to the Niumis I was told at the ticket counter at Banjul Ferry Terminal that the tickets were...

Is Justice Minister Tambadou’s decision to charge JCB Mendy compliant...

By Alagi Yorro Jallow I expect sane legal minds in The Gambia to speak on Section 232 of the 1997 Constitution and the prosecutorial powers...

Policy failure and political survival in The Gambia: A call...

By Dr. Foday J. Darboe The fault lines that run across The Gambia are deeply rooted in the incompetence of leadership, and this deficiency has...

Letters: Residues of Jammeh’s style

  Dear editor, When you sleep with dogs, expect to catch fleas. For me, and as should be for all Gambians, the overriding concern is the establishment...

You can’t give or recieve with a closed fist

With Aicha What are your needs? Oh, you could give me a long list of your needs, from money so you can pay your kids'...

JULY 22 1994 Coup de tat Part 7

By Samsudeen Sarr Continuing from where I stopped in the above series , this part seven begins on my arrival at the Mile 7 Radio...

Letters to the Editor

Of the controversy over the TRRC eyewitness testimonies Dear editor, The popular CSI: Miami TV mini-series drama never failed in offering vivid details of incredible evidence...

The siren of silence

By Morro K. Ceesay By allowing nominated member of Parliament Ya Jaiteh's replacement to be sworn in while the issue of the president's authority to...

Gambia tourism and the bigger picture

By Lamin Saho Gambia Tourism has emerged as one of the greatest success stories of our time and recently the GTBoard Director General was on...

Letters to the Editor: Specific and general advice to the CRC

  Recently I have heard some worrisome word choice by CRC officials, like seeking 'what Gambians want'. A constitution is not about what the majority...

Journalists need no intelligence screening to cover State House

By Madi Jobarteh Gambians, let us not confuse issues or ourselves to our own detriment! NIA is not a kind of institution that must be...

Gambia Tourism: The bigger picture and the emerging issues

By Lamin Saho Destination Gambia's greatest edge is the genuinely hospitable people and other Gambian advantages include gorgeous beaches, and the agreeable climate, but the...

Letters: Empty rhetorics

  Dear Editor, On Thursday Pres. Adama Barrow sworn in his new Vice President and some ministers. In his statement the President focused his speech on...

A road map

Some days ago the whole school was working with the same theme: our values. The motto for our school is: Safety, Responsibility, Respect. Strong...
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