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Dear Mawdo: The way rivers forge canyons

By Rohey Samba Dear Mawdo, I loathe to say that in life, our greatest adversaries are not the people we barely know. Some of them are...

Let children be children! The effect words have on our children…

By Rohey Samba She was stressed out and panting. Over the steaming cup of porridge she had carefully toiled and sweated to cook for her...

Who rules whom? Man or woman?

By Rohey Samba 'As a feminist by default and an observer of men by volition, I am of the unbridled conviction that men doggedly and...

The language we were born knowing The tragedy of childhood is the failings of parents…

By Rohey Samba Some kids love to laugh. Loud, boisterous, heartfelt laughter, which rings across like springs of water droplets that descend heavily on top...

Unraveling the burden of truth in the pursuit of reconciliation

By Rohey Samba An intergenerational listening circle for women They all came at their own volition in response to an invitation that took months to confirm....

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Poverty kills a lot of talents

With Aicha Some years ago, I lived in the Casamance for some months. I worked at a small hotel, and I was called “Boss Lady”, a...

Miss Glam beauty and scholarship pageant is Saturday

Maimuna Sey-Jawo The Miss Glam beauty and scholarship pageant, initiated by one Fatou Sey, with support from the Gambia National Centre for Arts and Culture...

Queen of Companies marks 7th edition

By Olimatou Coker The seventh edition of the Queen of companies' annual pageant displaying beauty and elegance of business organisations was staged last Friday, at...

T Smallz on European tour

By Bakary Ceesay One of the country's finest singer-songwriters has started his European tour of Germany, Italy, Sweden and Austria. The tour is being organised by...

‘3 Years Jotna Rival Group Emerges

By Omar Bah A group calling itself 'Barrow for 5 years' campaign has emerged to rival the 3 years Jotna, a rapidly growing activist group...