Home Perspective

Perspective

Meaning of the Gambian National Anthem

For The Gambia Our Homeland…. Yes, regardless of how far we have travelled or the number of years we have been away, Gambia is and...

Visionary leadership in the 21st century

By Gibril Saine, London Meanwhile, the single most recurrent theme on various discussant platforms amounts to a question of leadership. In my own life, at...

The impact of sand mining on the environment and social cohesion in western Gambia

By Abdoukarim Sanneh, London, United Kingdom The Atlantic Coast Line of the Gambia along with the River Gambia and its tributaries, the Mangrove habitats and...

Blood on their hands: We need paradigm shift in governing Gambia

By Burama FL Jamm The full force of our laws should come down hard. Some presidential proclamation is not enough. Nor are bogus investigation an...

Reform the faulty Standard 0perating Procedure (sop) to finally stop the killing

By Samsudeen Sarr The regrettable or rather unfortunate Faraba Banta incident on Monday the 18th of June 2018 where three young Gambians lost their lives...

Who will police the Gambia Police Force?

By Abdoukarim Sanneh, London, United Kingdom Many African Countries are democratising their police and security services through reforms so that the public can have a...

Trans-Gambia bridge project and remaining political ecology issues of Gambia River Basin development

By Abdoukarim Sanneh, London, United Kingdom Adaptation to Climate Change in the Gambia River Basin-Socio-Economic Analysis was the theme of my postgraduate research at University...

Children’s views and opinions on the TRRC and transitional justice

By Baba Galleh Jallow Over the past several months, the Ministry of Justice, in collaboration with UNICEF, the Victims' Center, the National Youth Council, the...

The Banjul mayoral election and derogation of competitors: Lizzie Eunson Vs Rohey Malick Lowe

By Haddy Njie Raleigh North Carolina Many Gambians have considered the victory of one of the two female candidates in the Banjul mayoral election as a...

I am pro-LGBT. Am I as normal?

By Alagie Jinkang The debate about rights is unavoidably moral and spiritual questions and so governments must institute fairness in the goods they allocate and...

Maelstrom of mobile phone mast in the Gambia and the need for environmental planning regulation

By Abdoukarim Sanneh, London, United Kingdom We love our mobile phones and according to GSMA Intelligence report, 2015 mobile industry in Sub Saharan Africa continues...

Perspectives on the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission

Saho Sambou Lecturer University of The Gambia Transitional justice by way of truth commissions is a massive denial of justice. It is a travesty of the just...

Must Read

US say Gambia not fiscally transparent

By Alagie Manneh The U.S. has classified the Gambia government among those that are not fiscally transparent. The classification, contained in a report released Thursday by...

Interior minister calls for dialogue over “3 years jotna”

By Amadou Jadama The Minister of Interior, Ebrima Mballow has called on leaders of the Coalition to speak to their supporters so that they can...

GPA explains police station at president’s village

By Omar Bah The Gambia Ports Authority was forced to explain why it has ordered for a bank transfer of over D700, 000 to a...

Killa Ace arrested, denied bail

By Omar Bah Gambian rapper and activist, Ali Cham commonly known as Killa Ace, has been arrested and denied bail. The rapper was arrested by police...

Barrow must go ex-APRC UK secretary

By Foday Chorr Foday Chorr, a former secretary general of the APRC UK branch has said President Barrow must go. In a lenghy writeup shared with...