Thursday, June 27, 2013

Gambia refuses to cooperate with USA in combating drug trafficking

In March, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO)  says it will support illicit maritime activity in west and central Africa during a Ministerial meeting in Cotonou, Benin (Photo Credit: World Maritime News)

Monday, June 24, 2013

CBG suspends three foreign exchange bureaus

Amid continuous depreciation of the Dalasi 

The Gambia suspends Ria Financial Services and two other money transfer operators, as national currency continues to weaken. (Photo Credit: All In London)

The Gambia changes tune on ‘chicken legs ban’

Now, Yahya Jammeh said ban on chicken legs imports will be implemented in September.

Axed Minister can apply for bail at High Court

A bail request filed on their first appearance at the Magistrates’ Court in the capital was turned down.
A bail request filed on his (Jobarteh's) first appearance at the Magistrates’ Court in the capital was turned down.

Gambian dissident, Kukoi Samba Sanyang, dies at 61

Bamako, Mali
Kukoi Samba Sanyang died in Bamako, Mali on Tuesday. (Photo Credit: Wikipedia)

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Saturday, June 1, 2013

ICC rejects Libyan challenge in case against Gaddafi

The son of former Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi is suspected of crimes against humanity (Photo credit: Reuters)

The West is saying a ‘bunch of rubbish’

According to Jammeh, anywhere you should stand as an African all what the West think of is that you are either HIV positive, a drug dealer or a dictator.

The Gambia: CBG moves to reduce inflation and money supply

CBG Governor Colley (Photo: Gambia News Online)
The Central Bank of The Gambia, CBG, on Monday announced it has raised by two per cent (to 12 per cent) the amount of money that commercial banks can hold as reserve to curb rising inflation.

The CBG’s May 27 directive also noted it would address the amount of cash commercial banks must not loan out to customers.

The Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, said the higher the reserve requirement is set, the less cash banks will have to loan out, leading to lower money in circulation.

African leaders have now realised they must work together

In Addis, Jammeh told the AU Assembly that without peace and stability, anything they desire will become an elusive dream (Photo credit: SEYLLOU/AFP).