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Gambia, no problem

“Let’s go home Daddy”, Nicole said with resignation. I was intrigued as I watched her Dad try to appease the disturbed girl and reassure her that they would be going home soon. 763 more words


Joloffman: Music unifies, politics divides

Yusupha Ngum aka Jolloffman

By Baboucarr Ceesay

Son of Musa Afia Ngum a great Gambian musician who is currently in Australia touring with Jaaleekaay Band told… 331 more words


NGO Local Pay Survey in Gambia Launched!

The NGO Local Pay survey in Gambia has been launched as of  March 31, 2014. The expected publication date is on June 23, 2014.

During the period up until May 26, organizations can register for the survey; after that date, registration is still possible, but subject to an out-of-cycle survey fee of $150. 50 more words

Salary Survey

The Gambia: Improved ICT guidelines seek to ensure service excellence

By Lamin Jahateh

The Gambia government has developed a policy dubbed ‘Quality of Service guidelines’ that seek to ensure service excellence in the country’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. 449 more words


Police fail to secure conviction of UDP youth leader Ebrima Solo Sandeng

The police in Banjul have failed to convince a Magistrate Court in Brikama, 39 kilometers south-east of the capital, that Ebrima Solo Sandeng, a Youth Secretary General of the opposition United Democratic Party, has given false… 599 more words

Human Rights

The Gambia: Trial of two journalists delayed

The trial of two journalists in The Gambia has failed to proceed on March 13, 2014 because the Magistrate, Lamin Mbye, is sick, according to the Court. 325 more words

Human Rights

Mass Kah to open defence in sedition trial

The Kanifing Magistrate Court has on Wednesday ordered Mass Kah, a messenger of the Foroyaa newspaper to open his defence in a sedition trial brought against him after it overruled a no-case-submission by lawyer Lamin S. 411 more words

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