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I don’t know why the sight of a he- goat visiting inside the wolves’ den reminds me of my grandmother. Whenever a hen she was raising pecked inside her cooking pots, my grandma would shriek and...

Gamdesigners is a newly formed company registered in the United Kingdom to provide a platform for all Gambian designers to showcase their talents to the international market. The state of the art platform...

(JollofNews) – As the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission was launched yesterday, The Gambia Center for Victims of Human Rights Violation has confirmed that they have received an initial...

The Government of the Gambia has revealed plans to punish regional and international airlines that fails to make a monthly payment of civil aviation border control fees. Under the radical plans to pass...

Alaji Mamudu: Julius Caesar was/is an exciting character, in history and in fiction. The historical Julius Caesar was a man of power. He was very unequivocal about where he stood on matters of law and...

The Gambia has announced controversial plans to levy a US$40 fee on all passengers landing and departing from the country’s only international airport in Yundum. The civil aviation border control...

Where did all the genuine African revolutionaries go? They were either assassinated; Patrice Lumumba, Eduardo Mondlane, Samora Machel, Amilcar Cabral, Steve Biko, John Garang, Julius Nyerere, Leopold...

On many platforms, Mr. Ousainou Darboe, leader of the United Democratic Party (UDP) was heard of making the point that President Adama Barrow should lead for 5 years because that is what the Constitution...

The Gambia is blessed with a multitude of men and women with lofty mental faculties such as pundits and activists employed in government agencies, private entities or the world of politics where they...

In the piece published on August 24, 2018, I made the point that Mr Abdoulie (Morikebba) Janneh seemed a very, very busy man to take up the post of Chairperson of The Gambia’s TRRC, but that he may...