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The Price of Duty:994 days in The Gambian Junta Dungeon, Ebrima Ismaila Chongan, Baobab Books, 2020, 243 pages
Friday, March 13, 2020
Reviewed byHassoum Ceesay If Chongan had spent just another six days at Mile Two, he would have been in detention for as long as J.F Kennedy was...
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The Alchemist : by Paulo CoelhoI
Friday, February 28, 2020
Iam not an avid reader but of late I have been trying to read more books than I did before. I think for me the problem is not reading a book but...
The Alchemist : by Paulo Coelho
Friday, February 21, 2020
I am not an avid reader but of late I have been trying to read more books than I did before. I think for me the problem is not reading a book but...
Educated by Tara Westover, Reviewed by Bill Gates
Friday, February 7, 2020
I’ve always prided myself on my ability to teach myself things. Whenever I don’t know a lot about something, I’ll read a textbook or watch an online...
Dancing in the glory of monsters by Jason K.Stearns Explaining Congo’s Endless Civil WarAdam Hochschild
Friday, January 31, 2020
Some months ago, in a ditch beside one of the main streets of Bunia, a dusty, war-battered city in northeastern Congo, I noticed a small,...
The People vs. Democracy: Why Our Freedom Is in Danger and How to Save It
Friday, January 24, 2020
Bookshelves in the United States and Europe are starting to sag under the weight of new volumes analysing democracy’s troubled state. Their...
The Verso Book of Dissent. Revolutionary Words from Three Millennia of Rebellion and Resistance.
Friday, January 17, 2020
Preface by Tariq Ali Edited by Andrew Hsiao and Audrea Lim ‘WE ARE resolved”, wrote English revolutionary Gerrard Winstanley in 1649, “to be...
Book Review Prison Letters:Nelson Mandela edited by Sahm Venter
Friday, January 10, 2020
In a cell 2.4 metres by 2.1 metres, Nelson Mandela sat down to write to his daughters. It was 1969, and Mandela had been serving a life sentence as a...
Book Review: The Addis Ababa Massacre: Italy’s national shame by Ian Campbell
Friday, January 3, 2020
Reviewed by Kapil Komireddi Italy, at the dawn of the 20th century, was Europe’s poor man. Rome looked with bitterness at its European neighbours....
Book Review: Cherno Njie, Sweat Is Invisible in The Rain, Pan African University Press, 2019.
Friday, December 27, 2019
Reviewed by Professor Toyin Falola The book, Sweat is Invisible in the Rain, written by Cherno M. Njie and published by the Pan-African University...
Book Review: Njie, Sweat Is Invisible in The Rain, Pan African University Press, 2019.
Friday, December 20, 2019
The book, Sweat is Invisible in the Rain, written by Cherno M. Njie and published by the Pan-African University Press, is better classified as a...
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Tribute to Ransford Cline Thomas“
There is no better time to invest in diverse independent media
Punitive measures needed for COVID-19 control
Managing our differences – 2
Rash Movements Across the Civil Service
Steve Biko: Bakau’s sanctify football team
Condolences to former Sport Administrator Willy Carr
MESURES D’ACCOMPAGNEMENT CONTRE LE COVID-19:LE GOUVERNEMENT PROPOSE UNE BAISSE DU PRIX DU CARBURANT
Gambia Tourism Board and Africa Infrastructure Fund Joint
Regional Health officials conclude hand sanitiser, PPEs training
Mandinary Majalis strengthens food aid to over 100 households
P-ARI Foundation supports Jeshwang Prison with food, sanitary items
Single mother battling breast cancer appeals for assistance
GOOD MORNING MR. PRESIDENT: Let’s dialogue
Kombo North chief testifies in Yankuba’s trial
Bakau embarks on mass testing amid covid-19 cases
Gambia registers 5 new cases of covid-19
Senegal confirms 67 new cases of Covid-19
GPU re-echoes call for journalism without fear or favour
Gov’t reduces fuel prices
Covid-19: Health Ministry warns against complacency
Wang Yi: Supporting the WHO helps to save more lives
COVID-19 epidemic spoils 2020 May Day Sports
Featuring Sheikh Sarr young Gambian coach in Sweden
LE CHAVIREMENT DU BATEAU LE 4 DECEMBRE: QUE S’EST-IL REELLEMENT PASSE?
GALGA president acknowledges GCCI’s D1.6m support to local councils’ fight against covid-19
Steel Gambia Ltd donates 500 sets of food packages to GNF-Covid-19
WAG reviews 2019 activity report
Paradise Foundation donates medical equipment worth D1.2M to government
Tech World donates another 150 bags of rice to communities
Soldier opens fire after being arrested with cannabis
Senegalese diplomat denies rape allegation
Police launches search for woman impersonating VP Touray
Gambia registers 1 more covid-19 case, Senegal registers 59
Gov’t effects major civil service redeployments
Covid-19 causes fear, anxiety among College Agric students
TRRC submits interim report to gov’t
Barrow declares Friday as public holiday
Let’s not be complacent in battle against Covid-19!
CHINA SHAMES AFRICA
Energy-Shift, A Sure Panacea for Sustainable Electricity Supply in the Gambia
Letter to the editor: Intensive misinformation about CHINA
LA TRAVERSEE DE LA FRONTIERE A KERR JAING TOUJOURS EN COURS MALGRE LA FERMETURE
GETTING OUR PRIORITIES RIGHT
COVID-19 ruptures Gambia leagues, football activities
Impact of Covid-19 on Member Associations – FIFA Immediate financial relief
UK-based Gambian entrepreneur donates to widows
Karmic Angels, Sir Farimang Singhateh Foundation give free bread
Ginkon Foundation donates 600 bags of rice to Gambians
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the SDGs are even more relevant today than ever before