One Swallow Does Not Make a Summer, But…

[The Point] It is said one swallow does not make a summer, which means one good thing done today or at a time on any given situation, does not mean all other things being done or to be done would be good.

[The Point] It is said one swallow does not make a summer, which means one good thing done today or at a time on any given situation, does not mean all other things being done or to be done would be good.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

She She She – Justice for President Barrow Should Be Justice for Ex-VP Njie-Saidy

[The Point] When the former Vice President got booed at the stadium and attacked at different places with hurtful verbal words; that are not even meant for a cleaner working under Jammeh’s regime, talk less of a woman who is a mother of the nation; and…

[The Point] When the former Vice President got booed at the stadium and attacked at different places with hurtful verbal words; that are not even meant for a cleaner working under Jammeh's regime, talk less of a woman who is a mother of the nation; and who served the country quietly and with dignity as a patriotic citizen of the country; and nothing has been done about it, I begin to question the democracy brought by the Gambian people when they elected a new president under the coalition ticket.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Unesco Believes Minister Jawo Would Be Model for Media Independence

[The Point] The new minister of Information and Communication could be a model for media independence in The Gambia for he has spent his lifetime fighting for freedom of expression and that of the press, said Sasha Rubel, a UNESCO communications specia…

[The Point] The new minister of Information and Communication could be a model for media independence in The Gambia for he has spent his lifetime fighting for freedom of expression and that of the press, said Sasha Rubel, a UNESCO communications specialist based in Dakar, Senegal.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Justice Minister – Govt Would Promote Independence of the Media

[The Point] Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou said has said the government is committed to the promotion of plurality, independence of newspapers and the media in general.

[The Point] Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou said has said the government is committed to the promotion of plurality, independence of newspapers and the media in general.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Promising Female Footballer Calls for ‘Fair Commitment’ From GFF

[The Point] One of Gambia’s promising Female footballers and a FIFA LYG Girls Ambassador Ajara Samba has called on the Football Federation to reconsider them for the most identifiable face in women’s football as it sinks further down below.

[The Point] One of Gambia's promising Female footballers and a FIFA LYG Girls Ambassador Ajara Samba has called on the Football Federation to reconsider them for the most identifiable face in women's football as it sinks further down below.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Headmaster Urges Nursery Schools to Participate in Sports

[The Point] Mohamed Musa, headmaster of PL George Nursery School in Bakau Newtown, has challenged nursery schools in the country to be involved in sports as an extra-curricular activity.

[The Point] Mohamed Musa, headmaster of PL George Nursery School in Bakau Newtown, has challenged nursery schools in the country to be involved in sports as an extra-curricular activity.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

New Gambian Politics Breathes Against Tribalism

[The Point] Nema Jula Kunda Coalition, in a meeting with the new agriculture minister, vehemently condemned tribal politics and called for united force towards national development.

[The Point] Nema Jula Kunda Coalition, in a meeting with the new agriculture minister, vehemently condemned tribal politics and called for united force towards national development.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Chief Justice Highlights Challenges in Judiciary

[The Point] The Chief Justice of The Gambia, Hassan B. Jallow, highlighted some of the challenges the Judiciary is faced with, during his meeting with the Judiciary staff and members of the Bar Association, held at the High Courts complex in Banjul on …

[The Point] The Chief Justice of The Gambia, Hassan B. Jallow, highlighted some of the challenges the Judiciary is faced with, during his meeting with the Judiciary staff and members of the Bar Association, held at the High Courts complex in Banjul on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Insensitive Country, Insensitive People’

[New Republic] Former minister of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Rev. Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh has branded Liberia as an insensitive country with insensitive people. Former minister Bropleh said Liberians are insensitive to one another and th…

[New Republic] Former minister of Information Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Rev. Dr. Laurence K. Bropleh has branded Liberia as an insensitive country with insensitive people. Former minister Bropleh said Liberians are insensitive to one another and the country at large, yet they want the country to change.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia