President Discusses of African Union Reform

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, addressed on Monday in Luanda with former President of Nigeria, Olussegun Obasanjo, aspects related to the reform of the African Union (AU), with a view to contributing to greater efficiency of the continental organization.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, addressed on Monday in Luanda with former President of Nigeria, Olussegun Obasanjo, aspects related to the reform of the African Union (AU), with a view to contributing to greater efficiency of the continental organization.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Historian Defends Dissemination of Queen Njinga to Mbande’s Deeds

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan historian Luzia de Carvalho on Monday in Luanda appealed for the greatest spreading of the life and work of Queen Njinga Mbande in the country’s schools, because it is losing the essence of the wealth of the national heroes.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan historian Luzia de Carvalho on Monday in Luanda appealed for the greatest spreading of the life and work of Queen Njinga Mbande in the country's schools, because it is losing the essence of the wealth of the national heroes.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Paralympic Delegates Left Unsheltered On Friday

[The Point] Members of the Gambia Paralympic delegates to NaYConF 2017 in Basse, Upper River Region were not provided with shelter and left to sleep in the open by members of the National Organising Committee (NOC) logistic and accommodation committee.

[The Point] Members of the Gambia Paralympic delegates to NaYConF 2017 in Basse, Upper River Region were not provided with shelter and left to sleep in the open by members of the National Organising Committee (NOC) logistic and accommodation committee.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Dedya Hydara’s Death – a Loss to the Media Fraternity

[The Point] The year 2003 saw me joining the media fraternity by writing for “The Independent” newspaper. I was covering court cases. I loved the way Abdoulie Sey, who was the editor-in-chief of the paper, was editing my stories.

[The Point] The year 2003 saw me joining the media fraternity by writing for "The Independent" newspaper. I was covering court cases. I loved the way Abdoulie Sey, who was the editor-in-chief of the paper, was editing my stories.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Gambia Cannot Develop Without Adequate Investment in Youth’

[The Point] Hon. Henry Gomez, Minister of Youth and Sports has stressed that Gambia’s development aspirations under the new administration could not be realized if adequate investment in youth is not made.

[The Point] Hon. Henry Gomez, Minister of Youth and Sports has stressed that Gambia's development aspirations under the new administration could not be realized if adequate investment in youth is not made.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Good Morning Mr President – Deyda Hydara, a Man Who Still Lives With Us

[The Point] December 16 is always celebrated as the anniversary of The Point Newspaper. This day used to be a very happy and joyous day in The Point as it also marks the birthday of Maria Hydara (Deyda’s wife) until that fateful December 16, 2004, at a…

[The Point] December 16 is always celebrated as the anniversary of The Point Newspaper. This day used to be a very happy and joyous day in The Point as it also marks the birthday of Maria Hydara (Deyda's wife) until that fateful December 16, 2004, at around 10.00 p.m. when the co-founder of The Point Newspaper Deyda Hydara was gunned down by unknown assailants along the Sankung Sillah Road in Kanifing.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Agony of Ida Jagne, Another Victim On the Night Deyda Was Killed

[The Point] It has been 13 years since that fateful day in 2004 when I was given lift home by Deyda Hydara late in the evening from The Point office on Garba Jahumpa Road. As soon as we entered, the road near the Sankung Sillah factory in Kanifing, I n…

[The Point] It has been 13 years since that fateful day in 2004 when I was given lift home by Deyda Hydara late in the evening from The Point office on Garba Jahumpa Road. As soon as we entered, the road near the Sankung Sillah factory in Kanifing, I noticed a car trying to overtake us and suddenly I heard what sounded like gunfire.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia