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National law reports and doctrine of binding precedent

- Madam Chairperson and Mistress Of Ceremony, Mrs. Janet Sallah – Njie, - My Lord Chief Justice, Honourable Mr. Justice Hassan B. Jallow (C.R.G.), - Honourable...

Book titled President Barrow launched

By Omar Bah   The Minister of Women's Affairs overseeing the office of the Vice President, Fatoumatta Jallow-Tambajang over the weekend launched a book titled...

Berkeley Rice’s Enter Gambia – A review and commentary

Part 1 – Witness to a country's birth In Enter Gambia - The Birth of An Improbable Nation, a book published in 1967, Berkeley Rice,...

Kabuka ba joal launches book

By Aminata S Kuyateh The Kabuka Ba Joal Association for the nurturing of culture, language and tradition of the Ba Joal people, Thursday launched a...

The Broken Reed

Those hustling dirty teenagers you find at the car parks singing the monotonic Banjul-Banjul song may not be a bunch of outcast or thieves in disguise. They probably have had love around them;

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Letters to my daughters: Life is a trip we are dreaming

With Rohey Samba My darlings, I am an angry, bitter and incoherent excuse of a wordsmith. I can't help let my heart control my head, most...

Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara International Conference Center: What does the edifice mean for OIC 2022?

“I have been to a lot of conferences all around Africa but what I saw at the Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara International Conference Center...

FASHION LIFESTYLE

with Yaws Happy weekend! As promised in the first edition this issue is dedicated to the gentlemen, please find useful information that can help in...

Yankuba Darboe Lawyer, UDP militant, 3 Years Jotna activist

With Alagie Manneh During the “struggle” against the Jammeh regime, the name Yankuba Darboe came into prominence. An unapologetic UDP militant, Mr Darboe is now...

APRC Presents Case For Jammeh’s Return

By Lamin Cham The opposition Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) has yesterday laid its case before the United Nations, Ecowas, and AU, through...