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Fellow Gambians, it is with great pride and honour that I address you on the momentous occasion of the 20th anniversary of the 22nd July Revolution.
Lawyers representing the legal interest of residents of the Roberts International Airport area said they would sue over President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's granting of a land deed to the RIA for the expansion of the Airport.
The executive director of African Network for Information and Action Against Drugs The Gambia, has disclosed that,his organisation is seeking the enactment of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare's Tobacco Control Policy, at both the level of cabinet and the National Assembly.
President Yahya Jammeh has strongly condemned the "extraordinary brutality" being shown by the Israelis in Gaza, and pointed out that even though "nobody is condemning them, Allah would condemn them".
The Gambia Court of Appeal, presided over by Justice Emmanuel O. Fagbenle has dismissed the criminal appeal filed by Sarjo Fofana, former Chief of Naval Staff against his conviction and sentenced by the High Court in Banjul.
The 2014 Global Human Development Report, published by the United Nations Development Programme , has recognised the progress made by The Gambia in human capital development.
Africa's Answer to US Soul Music One of the most recognizable Gambian vocalists to come out of Banjul was Paps Touray.
The Banjul Magistrates' Court, presided over by Principal Magistrate Hilary Abeke, on Monday acquitted and discharged Abdoulie Tambedou, the former Managing Director of the Gambia Ports Authority on four-count charges of giving false information to a public officer, contrary to the laws of The Gambia.
The president of the Republic has unveiled his plan to achieve an 'economic superpower status' for The Gambia in year 2024, four years after the Vision 2020 would have been achieved.
Since assuming the responsibility of leadership on 22nd July 1994, the government has and continues to invest massively in this critical sector over the past twenty years, with the acquisition of new generators and building of new power stations at Kotu, Brikama and other parts of the country.
Diplomatic representatives of the Republic of Guinea Bissau to The Gambia have declared that the Portuguese-speaking nation is ready to open its doors to Gambian investors, especially those interested in large-scale ventures, as normalcy returned to the major cashew producing nation.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 06:14 am
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