The story of Prudence Monica Davies is yet another confirmation that Gambia’s film industry has enough talents and beauty to blossom. From a humble start on the dusty streets of Banjul, Ms Davies is making waves in the film industry in Africa, bagging prestigious awards. In this Interview, she talks
Young Gambians from the Fula ethnic linguistic grouping are poised to inspire a renaissance among Fula people from across Africa. Fulbe Africa, through online and offline outreaches has since been organising and mobilising Fula people around reclaiming and promoting the Fulbe culture. Read below our interview with the organisation’s president,
Chris Payn is a British musician, who started his musical journey at the age of 10. He is visiting The Gambia for the first time in February 2016. Read below our interview with Chris:
What’s On-Gambia: Tell us briefly about yourself and your music career?
Chris:I guess I was just
Waka Jagne has become a household name for his popular talk show online. Unlike most Gambian online platforms, his Waka Jay Showfocuses on portraying the good image of his native country. His creativity and commitment earned him a job placement with Ben TV. In this exclusive interview, he comments
He left The Gambia for the UK 17 years ago to pursue further studies and kept his eyes on the prize. He now not only has a prestigious suffix Dr, but Momodou Sallah has become the first Gambian to win UK’s Most Innovative Teacher award. But for a man who
President Yahya Jammeh on Monday declared a ban on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), in all its forms. The presidential order comes as a last stroke on the heavily fought practice that is deep-rooted and is practiced by at least 75 per cent of the population.
With presidential elections looming large,
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