Gambia: What Is Holding the Interparty Committee From Functioning?
The IEC frequently tells journalists that it aims to work very closely with the inter-party committee comprising all political parties in the country. One would expect the… Read more »
Gambia: Is the IEC Still Replacing Voters' Cards? the Answer Is No
It has been brought to the notice of Foroyaa that people are still going to the IEC to request for replacement of their voters' cards. They requested for Foroyaa to conduct… Read more »
Gambia: No Issuing / Replacement of Voters' Cards - IEC Chairman
The Independent Electoral Commission has said in a press release yesterday that no new voters' cards have been issued after the end of the Supplementary Registration of Voters on… Read more »
Gambia: 'No Fiat, No Case' Says Magistrate in Case Involving 30 Civil Servants
Magistrate Kebba Baldeh, in the case involving 30 civil servants, ruled that the prosecution cannot rely on section 169 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) to continue with… Read more »
Gambia: Detention of Imams Sawaneh, Colley Clocks One Year
Alhagi Ousman Sawaneh, the Imam of Kanifing South and Sheikh Omar Colley, the Imam of a mosque in Jabang Borehole, have now clocked one year in detention without trial or access to… Read more »
Gambia: ICC Prosecutor On Violence in Congo
The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda has expressed concern over the critical situation and recent incidents of violence in the Democratic Republic of… Read more »
Gambia: Landmark Development in Gambian Political History
The Gambia is a country which has never changed through the ballot box and no one has empirical evidence to indicate how that change could be effected. Many efforts have been made… Read more »
Gambia: GDC On Refusal to Sign Coalition Agreement
Following the refusal of the Gambia Democratic Congress (GDC) to sign the landmark agreement reached by seven opposition parties and the independent aspirant to hold a national… Read more »
Gambia: Who Is the Spokesperson of the Government?
One would have expected the government to do something or say something as the EU Parliamentarians and US government either threatened or imposed sanctions on government officials. Read more »
Gambia: How Far Have the Coalition Talks Gone?
HOW FAR HAVE THE COALITION TALKS GONE? Read more »
Gambia: Motie Holds Consultative Meeting On Expatriate Quota System
The Ministry of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment on Wednesday, 5 October, 2016, at the Paradise Suites Hotel held one day consultative meeting with the business… Read more »
Gambia: In UDP 14 Case - Lawyers Still Deny Access to Their Clients
Lawyer Borry S. Touray, attorney for 14 UDP supporters, yesterday 5 October, 2016 complained to the Special Criminal Division of the Banjul High court about the inaccessibility to… Read more »
Gambia: Viral Hepatitis to Be Eliminated in Africa By 2030 Says Who Regional Director
The World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, has said that by 2030, the African Region wants to eliminate viral hepatitis as a major… Read more »
Gambia: Opposition Presidential Candidates to Present Coalition Options to Gofer
The aspiring presidential candidates on Wednesday, 5 October, 2016 agreed to present their various coalition options to the Gambia Oppositions for Electoral Reform (GOFER) on… Read more »
Gambia: Has U.S. Banned Issuing Visas to Govt Officials and Families?
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Gambia: What Next for Gambian Foreign Policy?
The US Government has done what it has never done against the Gambia Government. This is signifying a cooling down of relations. Quiet diplomacy to get governments to adhere to… Read more »
Gambia: IEC Starts Issuing Presidential Candidate Nomination Forms
The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) has issued a press release to inform the public that nomination forms for aspiring candidates for the forthcoming presidential election… Read more »
Gambia: Brikama Market Inferno Claimed D1.1m Worth of Food Stuff, Goods Says Taskforce Report
The Taskforce, which was set up to investigate the September 14th fire outbreak at the main Brikama Market that destroyed a total of 22 canteens, has recently handed over its… Read more »
Gambia: Gambia Ratifies Motion On International Plant Protection Convention At Last
It was revealed that the Gambia will be among the last countries to ratify the International Plant Convention (IPPC), a legally binding international treaty relating to plant… Read more »
Gambia: Livestock Owners Sensitised On Forthcoming National Livestock Census
The National Livestock Owners Association on October 10, 2016, concluded a day long sensitization on the forthcoming livestock census at the Association of Farmers Educators and… Read more »
Gambia: Halifa Sallah Believes Coalition Talks Will Finalise This Week
Halifa Sallah, the Secretary General and the Presidential Candidate of the People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism (PDOIS), is optimistic that the ongoing… Read more »
Gambia: Is the Youth Council an Independent Institution for All Youth Irrespective of Party Affiliation?
This is the question that many people are asking after it was revealed that the Youth Council was engaged in mobilizing many youths to attend a youth rally in Basse organized by… Read more »
Gambia: What Is the Difference Between Gambian and Senegalese Political Dispensation?
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GAMBIAN AND SENEGALESE POLITICAL DISPENSATION? Read more »
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