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Separation Of Family And State Affairs

It became a matter of debate in the National Assembly during the last budget session, whether family and state affairs should be mixed. A...

Does Slavery Still Have A Place In The Gambia?

According to section 33 of the Constitution, “No person shall be held in slavery or servitude.” In fact section 1 of the Constitution stipulates that Gambia...

The Next Budget Session

The 2019 Budget is to be determined in the next two months. The National Assembly is to begin a review of the estimates for...

Concretising The Reform Agenda

The state has undertaken to establish a truth commission to promote transitional justice, security sector technical working group to carry out assessment for security...

Government Should Clarify

Young Gambians in the Diaspora are expressing fear that the reason why they are being asked to submit birth certificates and other National documents...

The Facts On Oil Drilling From The Company

The Director of Company that is currently charged with the drilling of an exploration well has the following to say in their own publication...

HALIFA SALLAH ON MIGRATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS: From American Corner to...

On 29 September, 2018 Halifa Sallah addressed a group of young Gambian intellectuals assembled at the American Corner situated at the Commium building on Kairaba...

Teachers For Change End Strike

The Teachers for Change have ended their sit down strike and teachers are now back in their classrooms. The government has clarified its position...

What Is The State Of The Government Budget?

Budget sessions of the government mostly held in December for year each starts with estimates being presented to parliament and when approved, the estimates...

Hasten Electoral Reform

Electoral reform is one of the objectives of a group of parties which considered themselves as the opposition of the second republic. Among their...

The School System Under Threat Unless….

Teachers are the backbone of the educational system. Their role is to transfer knowledge to the children and shape them to be persons of...

Dead Bodies From The Diaspora

It is a common saying that each human being should be one’s brother’s or sister’s keeper. This is true of Mr Njie who has...

NEVER AGAIN! Brutalisation Of Eye Africa Journalist

The picture of the swollen face of a journalist on the front pages of Foroyaa and other media outlets has sent a signal to...

Citizenship, A Possible Source Of Conflict

The battle that gave rise to the conflict in Cote d’Ivoire between Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Outtara supporters was based mainly on the concept...

The Debate Continues On ID Cards

It is the requirement of the law for Gambians to have ID cards once they reach the age of 18 years. It has been...

D450 For ID Cards!

Passport has gone up to over three thousand dalasis, a threefold increase. Since the vast majority of people do not travel out of the...

The Debate On Three Year Or Five Year Term In The...

The National Assembly became a forum for a debate on the question of three or five year term for President Barrow after his Address...

A Sensitive Government Must Be A Realistic Government

FOOD SECURITY AT STAKE Foroyaa has been monitoring the farming season through its Farmers Eye. Heavy rain followed by a dry spell has transformed the...

All Institutions In Full Gear!

The establishment of the Constitutional Review Commission, the Truth Reconciliation and Reparation Commission, the Human Rights Commission, the Land Commission alongside the judiciary has...

The Inter Party Committee Promises

On Friday 14 September, the Inter Party Committee held a press conference to demonstrate the commitment of all registered political parties in The Gambia...

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