Turkish Philanthropists Donate Food Aids to Muslims in Gambia

[The Point] Turkish philanthropists based in the Netherlands through their organisation International Humanitarian Relief Organisation in partnership with locally-based Cemiyatul Hyre Relief Organisation (CHRO), The Gambia on Saturday distributed over …

[The Point] Turkish philanthropists based in the Netherlands through their organisation International Humanitarian Relief Organisation in partnership with locally-based Cemiyatul Hyre Relief Organisation (CHRO), The Gambia on Saturday distributed over five hundred bags of rice, sugar and oil, to various religious leaders, the needy and Muslims in The Gambia, at a ceremony held at the Tallinding Islamic Institute.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Diaspora Gambians Could Memorise Quran in Two Months

[The Point] Isatou Jeng, the founder of the Bijilo Fass Daara Islamic Conference in The Gambia, has announced her resolve to provide a two-month intensive Quranic memorisation to diaspora Gambians who wish to impart such education to their children.

[The Point] Isatou Jeng, the founder of the Bijilo Fass Daara Islamic Conference in The Gambia, has announced her resolve to provide a two-month intensive Quranic memorisation to diaspora Gambians who wish to impart such education to their children.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Ministry of Information, GPU Express Concern Over Daily Observer’s Closure

[The Point] The Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure, and the Gambia Press Union have expressed concerned over the closure of Daily Observer newspaper by the Gambia Revenue Authority.

[The Point] The Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure, and the Gambia Press Union have expressed concerned over the closure of Daily Observer newspaper by the Gambia Revenue Authority.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Gambia’s Women Set Sight On African Breakthrough

[The Point] The development of a national team has over decades faced challenges similar to those across Africa, although the national football Federation is boosting members focusing on women’s football.

[The Point] The development of a national team has over decades faced challenges similar to those across Africa, although the national football Federation is boosting members focusing on women's football.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GPU/UTG MOU Institutionalised Negative Discrimination

[The Point] The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) purportedly signed between the Gambia Press Union and the School of Journalism and Digital Media, University of The Gambia and which unjustifiably discriminate its own former students, is highly unaccep…

[The Point] The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) purportedly signed between the Gambia Press Union and the School of Journalism and Digital Media, University of The Gambia and which unjustifiably discriminate its own former students, is highly unacceptable and a separatist move.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

St George’ S Set to Host T20 Global League Franchise

[News24Wire] Cricket South Africa (CSA) have announced the owners for the 8 teams who will participate in the T20 Global League due to take place in South Africa in November and December including one in Port Elizabeth.

[News24Wire] Cricket South Africa (CSA) have announced the owners for the 8 teams who will participate in the T20 Global League due to take place in South Africa in November and December including one in Port Elizabeth.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Climate Change Threatens Coffee Industry

[Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew] Up to 60 percent of Ethiopia’s coffee production area could become unsuitable for coffee farming before the end of the century, says a new study. Moving coffee production to higher ground plus forest conservation and restor…

[Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew] Up to 60 percent of Ethiopia's coffee production area could become unsuitable for coffee farming before the end of the century, says a new study. Moving coffee production to higher ground plus forest conservation and restoration could substantially increase the area suitable for coffee growing in Ethiopia, the study adds.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia