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Gambia: Sports Journalist Passes Away
Serrekunda, 14th August 2019 - Alagie Cham a respected sports journalist has departed earth after a brief illness. Read more »
Gambia: Justice Minister Holds Dialogue With Victims On Release of "Junglers"
Abubacar Tambadou, the Minister of Justice has on Friday held dialogue with victims of the 22 - year rule of Yahya Jammeh about the release of four "junglers". Read more »
Gambia: Omar Jammeh Wins 2019 Youth Excellence Award
Omar Jammeh has been named winner of the 'Stone Circle's Youth Excellence Award (YEA) for the year 2019. Read more »
Gambia: Empowered and Ready - Young Aspiring Writers Ready to Inspire Others
Young aspiring writers have disclosed their desire to inspire their colleagues into writing after undergoing a four-day training themed: "Pen Your Own Book." Read more »
Gambia: NABJ Announces Pap Saine As 2019 Percy Qoboza Foreign Journalist of the Year
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announced Pap Saine, co-publisher and managing editor of The Point newspaper in The Gambia, West Africa, as the recipient of… Read more »
Gambia: Pap Saine Reacts to His International Award
Mr. Pap Saine, Proprietor and Editor-in-Chief of The Point Newspaper (The Gambia) made the following statement at the Annual Convention of The National Association of Black… Read more »
Gambia: UNFPA Executive Director Visits the Gambia
Dr. Natalia Kanem, Executive Director of the UNFPA, arrived in the Gambia last Thursday on a two-day visit. Read more »
Gambia: An African Champion Ten Years Ago... .Revived Ebrima Bojang Signs Deal in France
One-time Gambia's hottest striker Gambia-born Ebrima Bojang has inked the dotted lines with a club in France, Foroyaa Sport can reveal. Read more »
Gambia: GAF Release Four Military Detainees
Gambian authorities have released four military personnel who were referred to as 'Junglers', on the 10th of August 2019, following their long-term detention in military camps. Read more »
Gambia: Amid Exit Rumours, Barrow More Determined Than Ever - Club Boss
Musa Barrow is more resolute at staying put than ever, says his Atalanta club boss Antonio Percassi. Read more »
Gambia: The News From the Farming Community Should Be Investigated By the Government
Foroyaa has been monitoring the effect of the long dry spell and the news is not in favour of a bumper harvest. Many farmers in the CRR claim that their crops are withering away.… Read more »
Gambia: Meeting On Indigenous Languages 2019 - Participants Give Conditions On Knowledge Sharing
Participants at the Africa Regional Meeting on the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages, have identified four "favorable" conditions that should be set to facilitate… Read more »
Gambia: PDOIS Reiterates Call for System Change
People's Democratic Organisation for Independence and Socialism (PDOIS) has reiterated its call for system change in The Gambia. Read more »
Gambia: Police Inspector Admits Participating in Killing of Mile II Inmates
Inspector Lamin Sambou, a member of the defunct Patrol Team dubbed the "Junglers" squadron has admitted playing a part in the execution of Mile II inmates sometime in 2013. Read more »
Gambia: Warrant Officer Admits Participating in 5 Killings, 2 Tortures
Warrant Officer Class 2 Pa Ousman Sanneh has admitted participating in the killing of five people and torture of three while serving as a member of the 'Junglers' squadron. Read more »
Gambia: NCAC Prohibits Unauthorised Commercialisation of Omar Bun Jeng Islamic Sermons
The Copyright Office under the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) informs the general public that effective August 5th 2019, no person shall engage in the reproduction or… Read more »
Gambia: Ex-Soldier, Now Policeman Denies Participating in Tortures And Killings
A former soldier, now a policeman who admitted being a member of the 'Junglers' squad, has denied having participated in any of their tortures and killings. Read more »
Gambia: Foni-Community Benefits From Massive Mangrove Rehabilitation
All Gambia Forestry Platform in partnership with the community of Jomo Kunda village in the Foni Kansala District, over the weekend embarked on massive mangrove restoration on the… Read more »
Gambia: The Challenges of the TRRC - Human Rights Activism and Transitional Justice
The Gambia is going through what has never been done in the past. Torture and extra judicial killings and murder have never been thoroughly investigated and put on the social… Read more »
Gambia: Court-Martial Convicts Soldiers to 3 - Years
A court-martial at Yundum Barracks involving Sulayman Badjie and Lamin Kujabi has on Tuesday convicted two soldiers to 3 years imprisonment and as well dismissed them from services… Read more »
Gambia: From a Farmer Battling to Make Ends Meet to a King of Arena - the Meteoric Rise of a Local to a Champion
Hoyantan is a celebrated figure in The Gambia, a tiny West African nation with a teeming population of two million. Read more »
Gambia: Unidentified Body Found Between Gunjur, Sifoe
An unidentified body was found last Wednesday July 31st 2019 between Gunjur and Sifoe, by one Dr. Ahmed Manjang, who reported the matter to the Sifo Police. Read more »
Gambia: Victims' Center Not-Happy With Decision to Release 'Junglers'
The Gambia Center for Victims of Human Rights Violations has issued a statement expressing dissatisfaction with the decision of the Justice Ministry to release three 'Junglers'. Read more »
Gambia: Has Government Put People in the Field to Assess the State of Crops?
Foroyaa has gathered that many farmers have sowed their crops and have even applied fertiliser thinking that there would be a heavy downpour of rains. Unfortunately, that is not… Read more »
Gambia: "Ndure Cham Was Tortured" 'Jungler' Tells TRRC
Pa Ousman Sanneh, said the late Chief of Defense Staff Ndure Cham was tortured by his colleague 'Junglers' while he was captured and detained in Farafenni. Read more »
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