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Worrisome State of Fish Landing Sites during Corona Virus Pandemic ...

By Madiba Singhateh, Hatab Nyang &Loius Jobe The state of almost all fish landing sites was becoming worrisome for buyers, fishmongers and fishermen who operate...

Global Corona Virus Pandemic Affects Cashew Prices

By Nelson Manneh The price of Cashew nuts has drastically fallen down this year, due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. Bikers who go round to buy...

Brikama Bound Commuters Lament Serious Transport Difficulties

By Louise Jobe/Hatab Njang The downsizing of passengers on all commercial passenger vehicles continues to cause challenges between commuters and drivers leading the two to...

GCCI CEO Calls on Gov’t to Exempt Businesses from Tax

By Ndey Sowe The Chief Executive Officer ( CEO) of The Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) said the government should exempt businesses from...

GTSC introduces town transport service amid coronavirus Pandemic

By Yankuba Jallow Seedy Kanyi, the General Manager of GTSC said they have rolled out some buses to respond to the transportation challenges faced by...

Security Officers Order Shopkeepers at Gunjur Beach to Close By 2...

By Hatab Nyang / Louise Jobe The Covid-19 Security Task Force has ordered shopkeepers at Gunjur beach to begin work at 6am in the morning...

Police Arrest Traders for Smuggling Essential Commodities Outside Gambia

By Mustapha Jallow Gambian Police on Wednesday confirmed that several Gambians, Bissau Guineans and Senegalese nationals have been arrested by state security agents for smuggling...

Drivers want Government to reduce fuel price

By Nelson Manneh Drivers on strike in Brikama have called on the Government of The Gambia to reduce the price of fuel or increase transportation...

Gambia National Trade Union Congress urges government to reduce Fuel price

By Makutu Manneh The Gambia National Trade Union Congress wants the Gambia government to reduce the price of fuel to avoid commotion between drivers and...

Drivers at the Brikama Car Park on Sit Down Strike

By Louise Jobe Drivers at the Brikama car park on Monday 6th April 2020, embarked on a sit down strike to express their frustrations on...

On Impact Assessment of COVID-19 As Businesses Scale Down Due...

By: Kebba AF Touray Businesses in the Kanifing Municipality are scaling down operations with the closure of non-essential food outlets or shops being ordered to...

Hunger and Hardship Creep in as Coronavirus Enters The Gambia

By Makutu Manneh A textile seller at Serrekunda Market on Monday said they are beleaguered by hunger and hardship in the wake of the Coronavirus...

Over 200 Julbrew workers risk losing their Job

By Nelson Manneh More than two hundred (200) workers of the Banjul Breweries Limited (Julbrew) are at risk of losing their jobs as the company’s...

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...