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Photo: Fatoumata Tambajang joins Sona Jobarteh on stage in Geneva

Photo: Fatoumata Tambajang joins Sona Jobarteh on stage in Geneva

It seems Hon. Fatoumatta Tambajang is a huge fan of the country’s only known female kora musician, Sona Jobarteh.

The Minister of Women’s Affairs and overseer of the Office of the President joined the famous singer on stage after her performance at the Sixth Global Review of Aid for Trade.

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Charities in Gambia: Introducing Spot Project

Charities in Gambia: Introducing Spot Project

SPOT PROJECT is a charity based in Gambia which is determined to transform the lives of the most vulnerable and underprivileged people in Africa. Long term projects include, and are not limited to: Water wells, orphanages, schools, masjids, education, skills, providing jobs and healthcare.

Water Wells:

One of the most

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Modou Barrow spends thousands of dalasi on wedding bash

Modou Barrow spends thousands of dalasi on wedding bash

At a time when many families are struggling to put food on the table, Modou Barrow has allegedly spent thousands of Dalasi on a wedding bash.

Images have appeared of the spectacular and extravagant event which was recently held in The Gambia and attended by relatives and friends.

Many believe

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Could this be the reason why Dutch men love Gambian women?

Could this be the reason why Dutch men love Gambian women?

“Gambian women are very kind, caring and beautiful.”

These were the words of Richard Leenders – a Dutch journalist, who fell in love with a Gambian woman he met online.

The smitten man, who regularly visits the country, said he loves “chocolate girls”.

“I met her online and I

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A Book launch you can’t miss!

A Book launch you can’t miss!

A Banjul- born Christian and author has chronicled the trials and tribulations the Christian community in The Gambia has gone through during ex-President Yahya Jammeh’s rule after declaring the country as an Islamic state.

With 180 pages and 28 chapters, the book captures the challenges the Gambian churches faced in

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The Gambia’s only deaf football team badly let down by government

The Gambia’s only deaf football team badly let down by government

The Gambia’s only deaf football team is on the brink of disintegrated due to inadequate support from the government.

The team, which recently represented the country at the 7th edition of the West Africa Deaf Football Tournament in Mali, is allegedly neglected by the Ministry of Youth and Sports led

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Fatou Touray reveals details of new talk show

Fatou Touray reveals details of new talk show

Fatou Touray is on to bigger and better things following her return from exile in the USA.

The TV star, who started her career shortly after completing high school, is beginning to reveal details of her new television venture.

The Wahtaan Keur Fatou Show will premiere on the 20thJuly, 2017. The

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