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Evou Mendy Launches Ryde Africa Taxi App

By: Yankuba JallowEvou Lawrence Mendy has on Saturday the 29th September launched a Ryde Africa Taxi App.The App according to Lawrence, will provide passengers...

GRA Tax Seminar Underway In URR

By: Kebba AF TourayThe Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA), began a two day sensitization on Tax with Regional authorities and the business community in Basse,...

Bakoteh Market Vendors Call ON KMC Look Into Their Plight

By Morro L MintehVendors at the Bakoteh Fish Market, have called on Talib Ahmed Bensouda, the Mayor of the Kanifing Municipal Council (KMC), to...

‘Government Cannot Impose Unfavourable Tariffs On Us’ ...

By: Yankuba JallowOmar Ceesay, the President of the Gambia Transport Union, said the transport sector is the backbone of development for the country; that...

Unionist calls for good roads to better the Transport Industry

By Momodou JarjuThe Secretary General of the Gambia National Transport Union Congress, Ebrima Garba Cham, has urged the government to provide funds for good...

GACH Tomato Factory Inaugurated

By: Kebba AF TourayFirst Gambian Tomato factory (GACH), has been inaugurated during the weekend at their Headquarters in Banjulunding. The factory specializes in tomato...

Multi-Million Dollar Tomato Factory Sets for Production

By: Kebba AF TourayGambia Angola China Global Group (GACH]), is set to operate a tomato paste and mineral water factory in the Gambia. The...

The State Of Business In The Gambia

With Evelina JallowBusinesses play a vital role in the economy of a nation. It is a driving force of an economy and contributes to...

Brikama Market Committee Want ‘Wanterr’ Abolished

By Louise JobeMembers of the Brikama Market Committee have written to the Chairperson of the Brikama Area Council asking for the Council to abolish...

Groundnut Winnowers Explain Their Plight

By: Ndey SoweGroundnut winnowers around the Denton bridge most of who are women, narrated their plight regarding their work, to this reporter. The women...

1000 youth trained, 242 businesses supported

By: Kebba AF TouraySo far, 1000 youth have been trained and 242 Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises supported, and 38,000 youth have been reached...

‘Aspuna’ Company Begins Processing Cassava Into Flour

By Nelson Manneh‘Aspuna’ Flour Company established in Duwasu village in Kombo East District of the West Coast Region, has started processing cassava into flour....

Tailors, Seamstresses Speak About Current Business Climate

By: Ndey SoweTailors and seamstresses within the Municipality, have spoken on the challenges and current business climate, regarding their work.Speaking to Binta Jarju, the...

Fishermen Accuse Chinese Fishmeal ...

By Madiba Singhateh Fishermen at the coastal town of Sanyang, have bitterly accused the Chinese fishmeal Companies of illegal and irregular fishing, interrupting their normal...

Hajj Commission Chairman Explains ...

By MUHAMMED S. BAHOusman Jah, Chairman of the Gambia Hajj Commission, said the increment of the package for pilgrims is as a result of...

Public, Private Sector Train On Gender Equality Seal

By Fatoumatta K. Jallow / Nelson Manneh The Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, GCCI, in partnership with the United Nations Development Program, UNDP, on...

Gambia Triumphs in Customs procedures Training

By: Kebba AF TourayThe Gambia has been ranked second and third positions out of 23 countries in West and Central Africa affiliated to the...

3rd Annual Bankers Day Commemorated

Kebba AF TourayThe Gambia Bankers Association, GBA, Saturday July 14th 2018, commemorated its third Annual Bankers Day, at a local hotel in Senegambia. The...

Transport Union Close Down Office ...

By MUHAMMED S. BAH Malick Ngum an executive member of the Transport Union has said their office is temporarily closed until the leadership saga is...

Few Bakeries On Sit Down Strike

By Kebba SeckaInformation reaching Foroyaa has it that some Bakers not satisfied with the price of bread pegged at six dalasi and are continuing...