Low salaries and poor working conditions are forcing more doctors to leave public hospitals and health centres to work in private clinics in the Greater Banjul Area.
An insider at the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare revealed to
After more than 54 years of independence from Great Britain, not so much has changed. The Gambia remains one of the least developed countries in the world. Why?
The answer is simple. Our leaders' failure is a reflection of our individual
The government of President Adama Barrow plans to construct 20 new roads to improve connectivity in the Kanifing Municipality and West Coast Region
Here are the roads that are expected to be constructed before the Organisation of Islamic
The country's newest music millionaire, Jizzle is yet to fulfil his promise of renovating the toilets at the Independence Stadium.
The manager at the stadium, Ebou Faye told What's On-Gambia: "We are yet to be contacted by
On Instagram, they are known as the Melanin Twins. These sexy twin sisters have been turning heads, dropping jaws, and gathering new Instagram followers.
Based in the United States, they are college graduates who have the brains and
Here are eight things that you probably didn't know about Operation 3 Years Jotna:
- US-based Gambian, King Sport is the leader of the movement. He lives in Seattle and owns a small truck transport company.
- Most of the movement's
When President Barrow announced he will be going on his constitutionally mandated “Meet The People Tour” with his "own robes", I knew we are in deeper trouble than initially thought.
His "own robes", he means his own crowd of idle