At the Court-Martial – Lt. Abdoulie Jarjue Gives Testimony

[Foroyaa] Lt. Abdoulie Jarjue, the second accused person in the trial involving some members of the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) accused of belonging to the ‘WhatsApp’ group, Tuesday June 12th told the General Court-Martial that the president of the panel…

[Foroyaa] Lt. Abdoulie Jarjue, the second accused person in the trial involving some members of the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) accused of belonging to the 'WhatsApp' group, Tuesday June 12th told the General Court-Martial that the president of the panel, was one time accused and implicated, while on international duty in Darfur, in Sudan. When the case was called, AN Yusuf announced his appearance for the State while SK Jobe together with Suwaibou Jammeh, appeared for the accused persons.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Medical Councils Present Reports

[Foroyaa] The Medical and Dental Councils together with the Pharmacy and Medical Control Agency and the Nursing and Midwives Council, yesterday June 12th, presented their respective reports to the National Assembly Select Committee on Health, at the Le…

[Foroyaa] The Medical and Dental Councils together with the Pharmacy and Medical Control Agency and the Nursing and Midwives Council, yesterday June 12th, presented their respective reports to the National Assembly Select Committee on Health, at the Legislative House in Banjul.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

KMC Blamed for Market Scuffle

[Foroyaa] Members of the Serrekunda market committee, point fingers of blame at the KMC Revenue and Service Enforcement Officers (RSEO), for the tension that brought about the scuffle between vendors and Police reinforcement sent to diffuse the tension…

[Foroyaa] Members of the Serrekunda market committee, point fingers of blame at the KMC Revenue and Service Enforcement Officers (RSEO), for the tension that brought about the scuffle between vendors and Police reinforcement sent to diffuse the tension. As readers can recall, scuffles broke out between vendors and a reinforcement of Police Intervention personnel on 5th June 2018, when they (vendors) were disallowed to carry out their yearly Koriteh sales, in the streets. According to the president of the Serekunda M

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Central Bank Prints New Bank Notes

[Foroyaa] The Central of The Gambia has reprinted only D50 and D100 of 2012 family of Gambian Bank notes, as a temporary measure to meet the currency demand while the new family of notes is being printed. The only new feature on these notes is the sign…

[Foroyaa] The Central of The Gambia has reprinted only D50 and D100 of 2012 family of Gambian Bank notes, as a temporary measure to meet the currency demand while the new family of notes is being printed. The only new feature on these notes is the signatures of the new Governor and the new First Deputy Governor. These will be in circulation side-by-side with all previously issued Gambian Bank notes.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

MPs Seek Arrest of Lying Students On Govt Loans

[Nyasa Times] Education, Science and Technology Parliamentary Committee has proposed that students in public universities who give wrong and false information to the Loans and Grants Board should be fined K100 000 or be imprisoned for six months.

[Nyasa Times] Education, Science and Technology Parliamentary Committee has proposed that students in public universities who give wrong and false information to the Loans and Grants Board should be fined K100 000 or be imprisoned for six months.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Cash-Strapped but Still Delivering Medals

[Foroyaa] The day was a shining Saturday afternoon. The ceiling fan hummed to live inside the tiny headquarters of the Gambia Athletics Association at the Independence Stadium.

[Foroyaa] The day was a shining Saturday afternoon. The ceiling fan hummed to live inside the tiny headquarters of the Gambia Athletics Association at the Independence Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Luanda – National Police Seize 35 Firearms

[ANGOP] Luanda -National Police detained 165 citizens for alleged involvement in various crimes and seized 31 firearms, under the three-day “Tiger Operation” from Friday in the country’s capital, Luanda.

[ANGOP] Luanda -National Police detained 165 citizens for alleged involvement in various crimes and seized 31 firearms, under the three-day "Tiger Operation" from Friday in the country's capital, Luanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Malawi Joined 64 in Support of Morocco World Cup Bid

[Nyasa Times] Football Association of Malawi (FAM) was amongst 64 other countries in support of Morocco for the failed bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which has been given to co-hosts Canada, USA and Mexico.

[Nyasa Times] Football Association of Malawi (FAM) was amongst 64 other countries in support of Morocco for the failed bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which has been given to co-hosts Canada, USA and Mexico.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi