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Gambians, Senegalese Undergoing Training on Tour Guiding For UNESCO World Heritage...

By Ndey Sowe The National Centre for Arts and Culture together with the Department of Cultural Heritage of Senegal is currently training sixteen Gambians and...

Sierra Leonean Journalist Mahmud Tim Kargbo Charged Over Police Reporting

Police officers are seen in Freetown, Sierra Leone, on April 29, 2020. Authorities recently charged journalist Mahmud Tim Kargbo over his reporting. (Reuters/Cooper Inveen) Abuja,...

Ethiopian Journalist Dawit Kebede Detained Without Charge Since November 30

Nairobi, December 18, 2020 – Ethiopian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release journalist Dawit Kebede and stop harassing members of the press, the Committee...

Senegal’s Bouba Diop Dead after an Illness

By Sulayman Bah Senegal’s legend Papa Bouba Diop has passed on following a brief illness. The ex-Portsmouth midfielder is said to have been extremely ill and...

Goalkeeper Lamin Saidy the Go-to Guy as Gambia Feted Wafu Zone...

By: Sulayman Bah Gambia are kings of Wafu Zone A courtesy of net-minder Lamin Saidy’s heroics. The epitome of hard work, Saidy rose through the ranks...

FIFTY-FIFTH (55th) ANNUAL VIRTUAL MEETING OF THE GOVERNORS OF THE AFRICAN...

The Governors, representing Member Countries of the African Development Bank and State Participants of the African Development Fund (the “Bank Group”), convened virtually for...

Official: Tapha Tine Agrees Deal with Boy Niang II

By Sulayman Bah  Tapha Tine will finally take on Boy Niang II after a prolong speculation over the duel happening. Talks about the two facing off...

Official: Tapha Tine Agrees Deal with Boy Niang II

By Sulayman Bah Tapha Tine will finally take on Boy Niang II after a prolong speculation over the duel happening. Talks about the two facing off...

“They Poured Us Urine, Holy Water and Insulted Us,” Ebou Sillah...

Football, it is said, could unravel the dirtiest of dark arts in the fervent quest to win. Senegal are perhaps epitome of that in the...

Divided Before United: Africa at Addis 1963

By Baba Galleh Jallow On May 25 each year, Africans observe African Liberation Day (ALD) to commemorate a historic day in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in...

The first Global Pan-African Conference: Renaissance on Monday 25 May

The inaugural 2020 conference organised by UK-based consortium Mboka Festival of Arts Culture and Sport goes digital on Monday 25 May at 5pm (6pm UK; 1pm EST; 7pm...

Fifteen Countries in West Africa Register COVID-19

By Yankuba Jallow Fifteen countries in West Africa have registered COVID-19 cases totalling 1739 confirmed cases, 55 deaths and 328 recoveries as of 5th April. The...

Pape Diouf, Former President of ‘Olympique’ Marseille Dies of Coronavirus

From the Editor Famous French Football Magazine with the Caption ‘‘Our Pape Is Dead’’ Foroyaa Sport as well as all other media outlets across the World...

March Afcon Qualifiers in Jeopardy as Nations Wary over Coronavirus

By Sulayman Bah It’s unclear what becomes of this March’s Cup of Nations qualifiers with participating nations wary over the fast-spreading Coronavirus, Foroyaa Sport understands. Kenya...

Wrestling: Senegalese Referee Banned for Life for Demanding Pay Rise

By Sulayman Bah An arbiter in Senegal traditional wrestling has been slapped with a life ban. Mainly the man to officiate all big games, Sitor Ndour...

Regional Monetary Course Underway in Banjul

By: Kebba AF Touray The West African Institute for Economic Management (WAIFEM) is currently holding a five day regional Public Financial Management Course on Debt,...

Gambia Women’s Team Bullied in Wafu Again

By Sulayman Bah Gambia’s women team has again gotten schooled at the ongoing West African Football Union women tournament. Gambia lost on an astonishing six goals...

After 6-0 Hammering to Mali, Gambia Women’s Team Slide over Bissau

By Sulayman Bah Gambia women’s team over the weekend saved face to slalom past Guinea Bissau after losing alarmingly in their first match. It was not...

Gambia’s Women Team Beaten by Sierra Leone

By Sulayman Bah Gambia’s women Scorpions yesterday evening endured a walloping to forget. In what’s an ongoing Wafu cup competition being staged in Sierra Leone, Gambia...

Foroyaa’s Sulayman Bah Ranked Second Best Colour Piece Writer in Africa

By Kebba Touray Multiple award-winning Gambian journalist Sulayman Bah was this week ranked as Africa’s second finest colour piece writer. The ranking is done by the...