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What Madi Jobarteh represents!

By Toney F Mendy The assumption of power in the continent since the dawn of independence (with lessons to be best drawn from home) created...

What have they fallen for? What are they falling for?

By Njundu Drammeh Society is often made or destroyed by three groups of people: the guardians of law (the Judiciary or lawyers), the guardians of...

Cuba and Africa, twinned by two great heroes

By Rubén G. Abelenda Every June 14th Cuba commemorates the birth of two of its greatest heroes, Major General Antonio Maceo Grajales and Commander Ernesto...

Health care waste – a threat to public health

By Muhammed Sowe & Kumba S Sowe It is not clear as to what extent do our health facilities appraise the danger of health care...

From rhetoric to praxis: A call to global action to end injustice against African-Americans

By Momodou Sabally The death of George Floyd is a tragic event that shocked conscientious people across the racial and political divide. This scar on...

Blame France, Senegal, our Judases and IEC for the illegal military occupation of Gambia- not Sam Sarr

By Samsudeen Sarr It is becoming quite evident that some of my lousy critics are still entertaining their intersubjective misjudgment that the role I played...

Coronavirus pandemic–Why those suffering from sicklecell disease are being ignored? They are more vulnerable to Covid-19!

By Morro Gaye Providing health care services to all Gambians is a requirement of the 1997 constitution. As the fight against the coronavirus spread; government,...

Gambia’s main problem is not the new constitution

By Amat JENG ([email protected])    Ba-Samba DRAMMEH ([email protected])  Sciences Po Paris – “Constitutions are rules for the elites.” These were the words of Prof. Abdoulaye Saine,...

Is there anything like a ‘plagiarised’ constitution?

By Njundu Drammeh Is there any official length for a Constitution? A chilling criticism against the 2020 Draft Constitution, which is gaining currency amongst our...

Omertá

By Musa Bah The word omertá is a code of silence not to reveal any secrets of a group one belongs to. This code will...

On the audacity of fiscal profligacy: Letter to the Minister of Finance

By Momodou Sabally Honourable Minister and my dear brother, I must start off by admitting my own sadness at having to write to you once more on...

Reply letter to Mrs Adelaide Sosseh, TRRC Vice Chairperson & Chairperson of Reparations Committee

Re: Representative of Alhajie Abubacarr M. Tambadou, Attorney General & Minister of Justice, at the Experts' Meeting on Reparations Regulations, 9th – 10th December,...

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ARMY READY TO STEP IN COVID FIGHT

By Omar Bah The Ministry of Defense has said the Gambia Armed Forces are ready to offer assistance to the civilian authorities across regional and...

Govt rolls out $31 million project to provide cash for poor households

By Olimatou Coker The National Enterprise Development Initiative (NEDI) recently wrapped up a 20-day training for 85 women and youth entrepreneurs on agro-entrepreneurship. The training was...

Jawara refutes UDP NAMs played politics with Covid-19

By Tabora Bojang The National Assembly Member for Upper Fulladu has reacted to critics who blamed his colleagues in parliament for orchestrating the obstruction to...

QTV refutes claims it favours only selected Islamic preachers

By Momodou Darboe The managing director of QTV has responded to complaints by some religious preachers that they have not been given access to the...

Police arrest more DJs at music show

By Omar Bah Police in the Central River Region have arrested 11 people at Sami Karantaba Tenda,including 2 DJs from Sare Sambel for staging a...