Interior Minister Calls for Peace in Sibanor

[The Point] Interior Minister Mai Ahmad Fatty has called for peace and tranquility in Sibanor village in light of recent clashes between a group of the former ruling APRC party supporters and militants of the United Democratic Party (UDP).

[The Point] Interior Minister Mai Ahmad Fatty has called for peace and tranquility in Sibanor village in light of recent clashes between a group of the former ruling APRC party supporters and militants of the United Democratic Party (UDP).

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

A New Breed of Nams?

[The Point] With the much-anticipated National Assembly elections concluded, it is now time for the newly-elected National Assembly Members (NAMs) to get to work for the good of the nation, putting aside personal and party differences that are likely t…

[The Point] With the much-anticipated National Assembly elections concluded, it is now time for the newly-elected National Assembly Members (NAMs) to get to work for the good of the nation, putting aside personal and party differences that are likely to hinder the collegiality that is required for the much-needed and urgent reform of the legislative machinery of the country, and the restoration of its credibility which has been compromised over the past 22 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Tourism and the Environment – Tribute to the ‘Unsung Heroes’ Context

[The Point] Once upon a time the Gambia tourism industry was bedeviled with a range of menaces including the ever present bumster syndrome. This bumster menace caught the imagination of many a tourism stakeholder including visitors to the Smiling Coast…

[The Point] Once upon a time the Gambia tourism industry was bedeviled with a range of menaces including the ever present bumster syndrome. This bumster menace caught the imagination of many a tourism stakeholder including visitors to the Smiling Coast. However, there existed a silent and conspicuous menace - indiscriminate dumping and littering of our beaches , which, though, did not make headline news as the notorious bumster menace, was equally damaging and a scar on the image of Gambia Tourism .

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Old Yundum Alkalo Returns Gratitude to President Barrow

[The Point] Momudou Faye, Alkalo of Old Yundum village in the Kombo North district of the West Coast Region, has returned gratitude and appreciation to the Gambian leader, President Adama Barrow, for voting in his village.

[The Point] Momudou Faye, Alkalo of Old Yundum village in the Kombo North district of the West Coast Region, has returned gratitude and appreciation to the Gambian leader, President Adama Barrow, for voting in his village.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Tracing SA’s Nuclear Leviathan – a Call to Action

[Daily Maverick] Among the most concerning issues burning beneath the current chaos is a controversial nuclear expansion and public procurement programme that, if implemented, will be one of the largest tenders ever issued in South African history. By …

[Daily Maverick] Among the most concerning issues burning beneath the current chaos is a controversial nuclear expansion and public procurement programme that, if implemented, will be one of the largest tenders ever issued in South African history. By LAUREN HERMANUS and BRIAN KAMANZI.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Top Three EPL Sides Maintain Equal Points

[Ethiopian Herald] Following Saturday’s encounters, the top three Ethiopian Premier League football clubs have equal 39 points to take from one up to three places with goal differences.

[Ethiopian Herald] Following Saturday's encounters, the top three Ethiopian Premier League football clubs have equal 39 points to take from one up to three places with goal differences.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

HIV & TB – New Government Plan Raises Concerns Over Practicalities and Politics

[Daily Maverick] Amid all the drama affecting the ruling party, it can be easy to overlook the fact that the quotidian work of government must go on. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa played his part in keeping the wheels turning with his recent launch …

[Daily Maverick] Amid all the drama affecting the ruling party, it can be easy to overlook the fact that the quotidian work of government must go on. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa played his part in keeping the wheels turning with his recent launch of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and Sexually Transmitted Infections. But activists are concerned that although the plan talks the right talk, it does not provide sufficient details on how the right walk will be walked. By REBECCA DAVIS.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa