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RWANA SAW A SIGNIFICANT DECLINE IN MALARIA CASES

RWANA SAW A SIGNIFICANT DECLINE IN MALARIA CASES

Rwanda has witnessed a significant decline in Malaria cases in 2019 and 2020, according to health authorities. Health practitioners say the number of malaria patients have largely dropped, compared to previous years. Authorities have warned against complacency, amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. Details in this video

SOUTH AFRICAN COMPANIES DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO GET PEOPLE ENTERTAIN

SOUTH AFRICAN COMPANIES DEVELOP NEW MECHANISM TO GET PEOPLE ENTERTAIN

South African entertainment companies have developed a new mechanism to get people entertained as many were kept home due to the covid-19 global pandemic. Drive in movies are among the new revived programs to attract more people and also a boost to the industry after several months of closure. The initiative has been largely welcomed […]

GAMBIA RISK MEAT SHORTAGE AS WEEKLY MARKETS SHUTDOWN FOR MONTHS

The weekly rural markets, known as Lumos, were closed in May as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus.    These rural markets serve as a major supply of meat for livestock dealers, but their closure in May has severely limited supply.    And the Gambia is now facing a possible shortage of […]

APRC NOT SCARED OF GENERAL BAJIE’S ‘COMING’

APRC NOT SCARED OF GENERAL BAJIE’S ‘COMING’

Reports have emerged that ex-State Guard Commander, General Saul Badjie, has left Equatorial Guinea and could be on his way to The Gambia.    Many suspect that the General may face the TRRC to confess to his alleged involvement in the alleged extra-judicial killings as the leader of the hit-squad widely known as the “junglers”. […]

COVID-19 LIKELY TO DOMINATE PRESIDENT’S ADDRESS

Gambia’s President Adama Barrow is expected to appear at the National Assembly for the state of the nation address on Thursday. He is expected to outline his government’s policy and programmes for the coming year. He is also expected to state how COVID-19 negatively impacted almost all sectors of the country and the steps taken by […]

BRIKAMA UNITED PRESIDENT SAYS GFF FIFA COVID-19 FUNDS TO CLUBS SMALL:

A club football president in The Gambia is unhappy with the amount given to clubs by the Gambia Football Federation from the 500 thousand dollars FIFA Covid-19 relief funds.   First Division Clubs were given 600 thousand dalasi while second division clubs received 500 thousand dalasi. However, the President of Brikama United, a first division […]

TANZANIA RESTAURANTS USE TECHNOLOGY TO REMAIN IN BUSINESS

Tanzanians restaurant operators are using technology to continue their business, amidst the impact of the Covid-19 global pandemic. Businesses were greatly affected due to the pandemic, forcing business owners to adopt new systems to generate income and create jobs for young people. Some customers welcome the innovations, which help to get their demand on time. […]

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY DEBATES NEW CONSTITUTION BILL

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY DEBATES NEW CONSTITUTION BILL

Lawmakers in Banjul opened initial arguments on “The Constitution of The Republic of The Gambia Bill, 2020″ on Wednesday, laying the foundation for the adoption of a new supreme law for The Gambia.    The Draft Constitution is widely accepted as containing the wishes and aspirations of Gambians based on the broad consultations conducted by its […]

ECOWAS LEADERS MEET IN ACCRA OVER MALI POLITICAL CRISIS

ECOWAS LEADERS MEET IN ACCRA OVER MALI POLITICAL CRISIS

EYEAFRICA TV: Accra, GHANA: The Chairperson of ECOWAS, Nana Akufo Addo of Ghana, is hosting an extraordinary summit between sub-regional leaders and the Military Junta over a peaceful transition to civilian rule in Mali. Last week, West African leaders gave the military an ultimatum to appoint a civilian president and prime minister by September 15. […]

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