people of the rural area in terms of the facilities and services rendered to them. As we commemorate our sovereignty, this column will feature the real conditions of the rural people to show how they fared after 45 years, minus the 2 years of the AFPRC Transitional period, living in a sovereign republic.
Mamour M. Mbenga Foroyaa Arts and Culture interviews Pa Modou Yaffa, a drama actor, on why he takes up drama as a profession and other issues. Foroyaa: Can you introduce yourself to our readers? Pa Modou Yaffa: My name is Pa Modou Yaffa, alias Yaffa. I am a Gambian actor who specialises in drama performance.
Abdoulie G. Dibba Apart from the city council and Kanifing municipality, area councils’ staff outside the Greater Banjul Area have also raised concerns over the late payment of their March salaries, which they have not received up to date.
By Sulayman Bah A new head has been elected to steer Gambia Swimming Association for four years after an elective congress. From SBEC Swimming club, Mrs. Khadija Njie-Sanusi is elected unopposed following out-going president Pa Alieu Jallow’s decision to withdraw his candidature at a congress held at UTG law faculty.
By Kebba Jeffang As families are requesting for the corpses of those linked to the 30 December 2015 insurgency amidst unconfirmed reports that they have been handed over, the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) spokesperson said he is not aware of any such development.
By Sailu Bah The constant and widespread electricity blackout and water shortage which is affecting the urban area in the Gambia for more than a month now is caused by the lack of fuel, according to a press release from the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC) read out on GRTS television last evening.
this 1st April 2015 signed an agreement with the Ministry of Science and Technology, known in South Africa as the Department of Science and Technology. This agreement, signed by the Permanent Secretaries of