5 hrs ago
No English please, we're Gambians - president
Zimbabwe's involvement in Malawi's upcoming elections has raised eye-brows, with opposition parties expressing fears that the polls might be rigged in favour of President Joyce Banda.
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17 hrs ago
Former Gambian CJ is in Ghana - " Gov't
Government has denied reports that former Chief Justice of Gambia, Mabel Agyemang, is hiding in an Embassy in the Gambia.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Gambia: Shops Closed As Dalasi Depreciates
Both men and women in business ranging from vegetable sellers, cosmetic shop owners, wholesalers and retailers , tailors, fishermen and fish sellers at the Albert market in Banjul and the Banjul beach fish landing site and some of th markets in Kombo opined that business is dull due to the depreciation of the dalasi.
Gambia: Electricity Problems Grip On Bansang
Foroyaa has earlier reported the electricity problem in Banjul and environs. Further information reaching this paper has it that electricity supply from Bansang power station for the past months has been unsatisfactory and has caused economic loss to many people.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Gambia: Pakistani Int'l Judge Sworn-in As Gambia's New Chief Justice
A Pakistani international legal luminary, who served as a judge at The Hague based International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia , was Thursday sworn in as the new chief justice of The Gambia.
Plymouth Evening Herald
Plymouth teenager takes lifesaving skills to Gambia
Local people took a keen interest in the emergency first aid training he and fellow St John Ambulance volunteer Derek Earl delivered to pupils from Callington Community College, who were in The Gambia as part of an annual project organised by David Compton.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Gambia: PAC/PEC Thumps Up ADRS Annual Report
Public Account Committee and Public Enterprise Committee PAC/PEC of the National Assembly recently adopted the financial statement and annual report of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Secretariat .
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Gambia: President Jammeh Re-Appoints Mrs Tenengba Jaiteh As Energy Minister
Suwaibou Touray the President of the Republic of the Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, Has Yesterday February 20th, Reinstated Mrs Tenengba Jaiteh As Minister of Energy, According to a Press Release By State House in Banjul.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
World Press Freedom Review
Gambia's - green' revolution
Journalists have not had an easy time in the 20 years since Yahya Jammeh and his fellow army officers seized power in Gambia.
Gambia: Jailed Former Justice Minister Faces Fresh Charges
Mr. Lamin A.M.S Jobarteh, former Attorney General and Minister of Justice who is serving jail term at the State Central prison in Mile Two in the outskirts of Banjul was on Monday, 17 February, charged with five counts of criminal offenses before Justice Mikhail Abdullahi of the Criminal Division of the Banjul High Court.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
The China Post
Former ally The Gambia pays back its loans on time: MOFA
Taiwan's former diplomatic ally in Africa, The Gambia, has recently made three loan payments on schedule as part of its plan to pay back millions of U.S. dollars worth of loans that Taipei previously granted to Banjul, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs official said yesterday.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Kerry: U.S. 'deeply troubled' over Gambian president's speech
Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States is "deeply troubled" by the anti-LGBT rhetoric that Gambian President Yahya Jammeh used in a Feb. 18 speech .
Gambia: Gamtel Set Up Date With Moroccan Club
After seeing off Sierra Leone's Armed Forces FC over the weekend, taking the Caf Confederation preliminary tie on a magnificent 3-0 aggregate, Gamtel of the Gambia have now advanced to the first round of the qualifiers against a North African opposition.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Gambia's leader calls gays 'vermin'
A Zimbabwean all-white lobby group has reportedly called on the European Union to unconditionally remove all sanctions against Zimbabwe and its leaders.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Gambia holidays: A wealth of surprises in this little African nation
The temperature is in the mid-20s, the hotel pool beckons and the world's most handsome waiter is waiting with a G&T.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Gambia: Impact of Border Restrictions On the Vegetable Trade
Most of the vegetables such as carrots, onions, bitter tomatoes, garden eggs, spices etc that people buy from the major markets in Banjul and the Kombos are said to be imported by traders from the neighbouring republic of Senegal.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Skipton couple return from charity mission in The Gambia
The pair first visited the African country in 2009 when Robin's company, Moule Media, funded a nine-month further education course for Kartong resident Steven Gibba.