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A network of national non-governmental organisation individuals and women right advocates in the Gambia who call themselves Transitional Justice Civil Society Platform Saturday issued a statement criticising...

As strong and energetic young Africans continue to perish in the high seas in an attempt to enter Europe and elsewhere in the world in search for greener pasture, Gambians youths have formed a Youth Empowerment...

By Seedy S. Fofanah, Former Lecturer University of the Gambia Growing up in the village as a boy in those days was very challenging. You were made as busy as a honey bee. Apart from taking your diurnal...

Veteran journalist Demba Ali Jawo has reacted to his sacking as Information, Communication and Technology minister describing the timing as a ‘bit surprising’. Mr Jawo was elbowed out of the...

President Barrow assembled most male-dominated government in decades President Barrow’s minor cabinet reshuffle has shaped up to have a smaller percentage of women Cabinet Secretaries than his...

1. Barrow is making a statement and he needs to come out to the public to explain the rationale for this utterly incomprehensible action! 2. The Coalition is dead because only UDP and NRP remain in the...

The Gambia is the smallest country on mainland Africa, but the legacy of more than two decades of authoritarian rule has left its new democratically elected government with big challenges. The Gambia’s...

I miss my tapalapa but I stand with the bakers (not the bakery owners) “I disagree with all what you”, Voltaire shouted, “but I will defend to my death you right to say it”. This...

(JollofNews) – In what could be described as perhaps his most daring move, President Adama Barrow of the Gambia Friday sacked his coalition partners from his cabinet. Tourism minister Hamat Bah...

He [Madi Jobarteh] is sentinel in the public space, a voice for the voiceless, a conscientious and progressive interrogator of government policy and official conduct on the big issues of the day. Even...