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Why We Celebrate Day of African Child

Why We Celebrate Day of African Child

By Seedy Fofanah   The Day of African Child marks the March 1976 Soweto student uprising, in which thousands of black school children took to the streets to protests against the inferior quality of education and to demand their right to be taught in their[Read More…]

by June 7, 2014 1 comment Society
What Messes Up Our Politics

What Messes Up Our Politics

Some Gambian men have been blamed for being responsible for “messing up our country’s politics as well as entrenching a dictatorial regime in power. “These men have messed up our politics; they have not been firm in their decision to get rid of the dictatorial[Read More…]

by June 7, 2014 7 comments Politics
Jammeh Sets Trap With Phone

Jammeh Sets Trap With Phone

Anyone who converses with Gambian President over the phone has been warned to be extra careful if they don’t want to fall into his trap. “This is a stern warning to anyone who communicates with President Yahya Jammeh,” the State House Revealer alerted. “People should[Read More…]

by June 6, 2014 0 comments Editorial
'No Compromise On Jammeh's Chosen Candidates'

'No Compromise On Jammeh's Chosen Candidates'

The Majority Leader of the National Assembly has emphatically made it clear that “whoever is not in line with President Yahya Jammeh’s desired candidates will have his or her demands brushed away.” Hon. Fabakary Tombong Jatta was countering complaints of imposing candidates on constituents in[Read More…]

by June 5, 2014 2 comments News
How Many Think Jammeh Is Gambia’s Biggest Problem?

How Many Think Jammeh Is Gambia’s Biggest Problem?

By Gambiano Jammeh doesn’t see himself as a problem. And most Gambians inside Gambia agree with him. Those outside with a different telescope can trumpet that cattle fly. That’s fine with wisdom because it listens to even a donkey’s bray. But please don’t brandish lies[Read More…]

by June 5, 2014 2 comments Politics
Jaliba Set To Thrill Gambia Gambians In UK Mega Concerts

Jaliba Set To Thrill Gambia Gambians In UK Mega Concerts

Famous Gambian Kora maestro Jaliba Kuyateh has begun a tour of the United Kingdom, where he is expected to thrill Gambians, thanks to the efforts of UK-based Gambian Associations  such as the Gambia United Society (GUS) and Yaram Arts, a social enterprise promoting Senegambian Culture.[Read More…]

by June 4, 2014 0 comments Culture