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Our constitutional debacle

Dr Ousman Gajigo Last month ago, I wrote an article in this newspaper about how problematic and ironic it is that as a country entering...

Letters : I am Toufah! We Are Toufah!!

  Dear editor, How could a Gambian, a human being doubt the story of Toufah and lean towards Yahya Jammeh? On what basis? Don't tell us Toufah...

Understanding the Constitutional immunity for AFPRC members: Lessons for TRRC

While it is indeed painful to witness a key perpetrator like Yankuba Touray easily walk out of the TRRC, it is necessary to point...

Letters: Yankuba Touray’s points not legally binding

  Dear editor, Unfortunately, Yankuba Touray is relying on an Amnesty Bill, passed in the National Assembly, but that Bill, in my view, may not be...

Letters :Kudos to Mayor Bensouda

Dear editor, When the then little-known Talib Bensouda was catapulted to the powerful position of KMC Mayor in 2018, following a closely fought mayoral election,...

Using green bonds to solve the electricity and water problem in The Gambia

By Mbye Jobe A green bond is a bond whose proceeds are used to fund environment-friendly projects. They are increasing in popularity with investors at an...

Letters: Should The Central Bank continue with the proposed new banknotes?

  Dear editor, ''The Central Bank of The Gambia introduced new banknotes, effectively removing former president Yahya Jammeh's face on the country's currency, and saying all...

The way democracy dies

By Mathew K Jallow This applies specifically to the Gambia, but more broadly imputes the rest of black Africa. The struggle to establish democracy, as...

Letters: Hats off to Mamma Kandeh!

Dear editor, By calling off his planned nation-wide tour to attend to the victims of the recent windstorm that has hit parts of URR and...

Letters: Coalition party supporters; you’re screwed over

Dear editor, The executive & supporters of PPP, NRP, PDOIS, GMC, GDGC, I do have a serious question to ask. First, I know the PDOIS...

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...

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PPP not worried about breakaway party

By Omar Bah Alhagie Lamin Nanko, the national president of the People's Progressive Party has said that the formation of a new party by Bakary...

High Court dismisses ex-soldier’s appeal

By Bruce Asemota Justice Ebrima Jaiteh of the High Court in Banjul has dismissed the appeal of one Gibriel Gaye, an ex-soldier with the Kanilai...

Amputee soldier appeals for help to replace hand

By Amadou Jadama Wo2 Ousman Saidy, a solider attached to Second Infantry Battalion in Farafenni has appealed to President Adama Barrow, the government and NGOs...

Pap Saine calls for removal of all Jammeh anti-media laws

By Tabora Bojang The managing editor and co-publisher of The Point Newspaper, Pap Saine has said the media landscape in the Gambia is still yet...

Barrow sends Speaker Jack to Tanor Dieng’s funeral

State House, Banjul, - President Barrow has dispatched a delegation led by the Honourable Speaker of the National Assembly, Mrs. Mariam Jack-Denton to attend...