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Mbalula Must Not Distort Magaqa

Mbalula Must Not Distort Magaqa

By Rhulani Thembi Siweya Despite being a militant revolutionary, Cde Sindiso Magaqa was always restraint by the spirit of discipline and loyalty to the revolution. Unqualified to speak for him it wound be fair to suggest that in his demise previous generations of the youth[Read More…]

by September 17, 2017 0 comments Society
‘I’ve Been Vindicated; Jammeh Runs Mafia State’

‘I’ve Been Vindicated; Jammeh Runs Mafia State’

Former Minisiter Examines Inquiry Commission The Commission of Inquiry tasked with probing assets tied to former Gambian President is coming across a series of troubling revelations that have left many people wondering whether the country was run by criminal syndicates or drug cartels. In this[Read More…]

by September 16, 2017 0 comments News
Gambia Security Mistrust Runs Deep

Gambia Security Mistrust Runs Deep

The Gambia’s Interior Minister has buttressed the importance of the Gambia’s security reform. Mai Ahmad Fatty firmly believes in overhauling a sector that had been turned by the former regime into an instrument of oppression. “The security reform is an important part of our new[Read More…]

by September 14, 2017 0 comments News
‘We Took Over Deeply Politicised Security Sector’

‘We Took Over Deeply Politicised Security Sector’

President Adama Barrow on Tuesday launched the Gambian government’s Security Sector Reform project. The news is contained in a statement issued by the President’s Press Director. President Barrow said: “When my administration was sworn in last January, it was clear to us that we were[Read More…]

by September 13, 2017 1 comment Politics
Maina’s Take On Kenya’s Annulled Poll

Maina’s Take On Kenya’s Annulled Poll

As Kenyans brace themselves for the second presidential election in three months, the Regional Director of Article 19 in East Africa gives a candid perspective of the October 17 contest. In this exclusive interview with journalist Abdoulie John, Henry Maina takes a look back at[Read More…]

by September 13, 2017 0 comments News
New Gambia, New Capital?

New Gambia, New Capital?

Give Jarra thought, suggests Dida Halake Some ten years ago, on a journey from Kotu to Koina, I  stopped at Mansakonko for lunch and admired the lush vegetation and the hospitable people of this part of The Gambia. The debate over the poor state of Gambia’s[Read More…]

by September 11, 2017 8 comments Politics