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Police Spokesperson Dismisses Claims Police Are Closing Businesses

By Isatou Kanyi The Gambia Police Force has dismissed that their personnel were on patrol to enforce the ban on public gathering, but not closing...

Police Arrest Traders for Over pricing Commodities

By Mustapha Jallow Gambian Police on Monday confirmed that several businessmen have been arrested by state security agents for violating measures introduced by the government...

Coronavirus Cripples Gambia’s Leisure Industry

By Yankuba Jallow Gambian hoteliers and restaurateurs are lamenting the economic impact of the Coronavirus on their businesses after President Adama Barrow gave instructions for...

Passengers want Government to regulate number of passengers vehicles carry

By Nelson Manneh Passengers are calling on the government to address the issue of overcrowding in vehicles. The reporter visited some car parks and observed that...

SK Market Management, Vendors Committee Explain KMC’s Decision to Close Shops

By Yankuba Jallow & Isatou Kanyi The Manager of the Serrekunda Market on Thursday told Foroyaa that the decision to close shops at 6 pm...

Serrekunda Market Vendors Lose Customers amidst the Coronavirus Scare

By Isatou Kanyi Vendors at Serekunda market, the country’s busiest, have described how they continue to lose customers amidst fears of the deadly coronavirus that...

Police Close Shops At Serrekunda Market, Vendors Asked to Disperse

By Yankuba Jallow Municipal police and some police officers from the Gambia Police Force on Wednesday instructed all shops in the Serrekunda Market to close. The...

President Barrow freezes price of rice, other essential commodities

By Yankuba Jallow President Adama Barrow has passed a law that freezes the prices of all essential commodities to the prices they were sold in...

Ministry of Trade Dismisses rumour of food shortage

By Nelson Manneh The Ministry of Trade has on Thursday dismissed the speculation regarding low stock of essential food commodities and their prices in the...

Vendors blame uncontrolled foreign exchange rates for rising prices

Wholesalers, retailers and consumers in the Kanifing Municipality have blamed the Government of the Gambia for lack of control in the exchange rate of...

Stalls of Market Women at Latri-kunda Sabaji Demolished

By Nelson Manneh Women at the Latrikunda Sabaji Market on Monday January 3rd 2020, complained that their stalls situated near the new market building were...

Groupe Consortium Afrique Launch 25 Million Dollars Housing Project

By Nelson Manneh Mr. Thephane Martial Nikiema the CEO of Groupe Consortium Afrique in partnership with Mam Sait Njie has on Saturday 1st February 2020...

GCCI, Partners Hold Economic Forum

By Isatou Kanyi The Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and the Gambia Investment and Export Promotion...

Why Gambia Needs to Re-brand Its Tourism Product

Makutu Manneh Gambia needs to re-evaluate its business model to establish who its competitors are and the competitive edge they have on the smiling coast...

Fish Scarcity Hits Gunjur, Other Fish Landing Sites Fishmongers give reasons...

By Hatab Nyang / Makutu Manneh Foroyaa has been informed of the scarcity of fish in the market recently prompting the Medium’s reporters to look...

Alternative Means Of Transportation In Rural Gambia

By Kebba Secka Commercial Motorcycle Transport In Farafenni Lucrative Source of Employment For Youth The Urban town of Farafenni in the North Bank is booming with...

TAF to Construct 1 Million Homes within Twenty Years

By Ndey Sowe The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TAF Africa Global Mustapha Njie, said his Company will construct one million homes in the next...

Prices of Basic Commodities Continues to Increase as 2020 begins

By Nelson Manneh The prices of basic commodities continue to increase and consumers blame the government for not coming up with regulation on prices. Foroyaa has...

High Taxes on Domestic Businesses hinder their growth – says Young...

By Nelson Manneh Yusupha Jaiteh a young Gambian entrepreneur said high taxes levied by government is the reason why local businesses don’t grow. Mr. Jaiteh is...

Vendors, Residents in Greater Banjul Express Fear Amid 3 Years Protest

By Makutu Manneh Vendors and residents within the Greater Banjul area have expressed fear due to the demonstration of the ‘Three Years Jotna’ protesters. Vendors...