Thursday, September 25, 2014

Jammeh: Human civilization on brink of catastrophe

Jammeh addresses 68th UNGA in 2013 where he identified “homosexuality” as one of “three biggest threats to human existence.”(Photo Credit: UN/Amanda Voisard)

Jammeh calls terrorists ‘human vermin’

Jammeh had also called for a United Nations investigation into the "man-made sinking" of boats carrying African migrants to Europe. Here (photo) he addresses 68th UN General Assembly in 2013 (Photo Credit: UN/Amanda Voisard)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

IMF: NAWEC leads spending pressures in Gambia

“Public debt, which stood at more than 80 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at the end of 2013, is projected to exceed 90 percent of GDP by the end of this year. The burden of government borrowing will exert further pressure on inflation, international reserves, and the exchange rate," IMF says.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Belgium-based Gambian singer to tour West African country in charity

Heart Wash will arrive in Banjul on Monday September 15 (Photo Credit:  Thomas De Beule/Facebook)
A Gambian musician who is based in Belgium is to hold a musical tour of the country of which proceeds will be put into charity, event organisers Little Zion, announced.
The singer, who goes by the name Heart Wash, will arrive in Banjul on Monday September 15. He will use the tour to promote his third album ‘Tesitoo’ (Ready to Work), says Little Zion event manager Thomas De Beule.