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KANIFING SOUTH IMAM IN CUSTODY FOR 17 DAYS NOW

By Mustapha JallowAlhagi Ousman Sawaneh, the Imam of Kanifing South mosque, who was reported to have been missing and later traced to the...

Why Slow Proceedings at High Court? Judicial Secretary Explains

By Kebba JeffangIt has been observed by this medium that several cases continue to be pending at high court even though the vacation has...

Duty bearers should exercise sense of Transparency, Accountability, Fairness, Responsibility

By MUHAMMED Sailu BAHThe executive Director of the Institute of Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA), Gaye Sowe said that for development to...

Do all Gambians know that the sovereignty of the country resides...

Many still claim that leadership is by divine providence. Needless to say many are farmers who accept that what they get from their farms...

Latri Kunda Yiringanya water extension project commences

By MUHAMMED Sailu BAHThe sub-ward water extension project under the Community Infrastructure Livelihood Improvement Project (CILIP) for Latrikunda Yiringanya (aka LK German) has commenced...

BRIKAMA’S SUSPENSION CREATES VOID

By Sulayman BahThis year’s Super Nawettan will be short-changed of talents emanating from Brikama after Organizing Committee came down heavy at the West Coast...

Eleonores Memorial tourney reaches finals

By Sulayman BahWorld Eleven are through to the finals of the Eleonores Memorial tournament after beating going past the semi-finals.They face Leeds who swaggered...

Defunct GPTC Staff ‘s 17 Million Dalasis Claim

By Alhagie SoraThe former staff of the Gambia Public Transport Corporation (GPTC) have renewed their call for payment of 17 million dalasis which they...

SHEIKH OMAR COLLEY’s DETENTION CLOCKS 19 DAYS

By Mustapha JallowA resident of Jabang Village in the Kombo South District, Mr. Sheikh Omar Colley, a chef de garage, has now been held...

SHOULD THE OPPOSITION BOYCOTT ELECTIONS IF THERE IS NO ELECTORAL REFORM...

Electoral reform are undertaken by governments which are genuinely committed to free and fair elections or are put under siege by the overwhelming majority...

LOW HARVEST OF CEREALS EXPECTED IN CRR

Abdoulie G.DibbaFarmers in Central River Region (CRR) have indicated that there will be a low harvest of cereals, particularly rice, due to the flooding...

Human Rights NGOs Forum on 57th Ordinary Session of the African...

By MUHAMMED Sailu BAHForum on the Participation of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in the 57th Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’...

Gambia Federation of the Disabled holds congress

By MUHAMMED Sailu BAHThe Gambia Federation of the Disabled GFD, held their congress on Friday 30 October 2015, at the GAMCOTRAP complex in Kanifing...

Security Agents Trained on Human Right Adherence

By Kebba JeffangThe Institute of Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) has concluded a 3 day human rights training for the Gambia law...

Stone-hurling crowd force abandonment of Brikama-BJL game

By Sulayman BahA referee was forced to draw Banjul versus Brikama encounter to an abrupt close over the weekend after spectators hurled stones unto...

U-20s face-off Liberia in Wafu Wade memorial

By Sulayman BahGambia U-20s will this Thursday rub shoulders with Liberia’s Junior Lone Stars in Senegal.In what would be an opening fixture, the Young...

Gambian athletes commence pre-season training

By Sulayman BahIt’s back to business for an array of national athletes ahead of start of the new season.A bevy of athletes flocked to...

Njie to return after 4 months out

By Sulayman BahBulgaria-based Gambia footballer Bakary Kambi Njie is due to kick the ball again following a five-month spell on the pitch fringes owing...

Senegal club testing Gamtel’s Assan Ceesay

By Sulayman BahGamtel striker Assan Ceesay is being tested by Senegalese league runners –up Niarry Tally, Foroyaa Sport can reveal.The player who switched to...

The Fate Gambian Prisoners in Senegal

National Assembly Members should pose the following questions to the Minister of Foreign Affairs:How many Gambians are being held in prisons in Senegal? How...