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New platform to showcase local designers’ skills

New platform to showcase local designers’ skills
Young Gambian fashion designers have welcomed a new platform designed to help them showcase their creativity to a bigger audience.

The platform, dubbedGamDesigners, was co-founded by England-based Gambian businessman, Almamo Fatty. He told What’s On-Gambia: “The initiative seeks to promote our local fashion designers and improve the quality of local

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Pape Diouf’s Bercy Vs Wally’s: Who came out on top?

Pape Diouf’s Bercy Vs Wally’s: Who came out on top?

Pape Diouf, lead vocal of conscious generation band, has over the weekend fulfilled what he has been longing for years, his own soiree at the hallowed Accord Hotel Arena (formerly Bercy). 

Inevitably, comparison with Wally Seck was always going to happen given their rivalry over the years.

 In an

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Stabbing victim left to die because he had no police report

Stabbing victim left to die because he had no police report

A 14-year-old boy, who was stabbed in the neck with a pair of scissors, was allegedly left to die by health workers at the Faji Kunda Major Health Centre on the grounds that there was no police report.

This was revealed by NAWEC's managing director's wife, Ramou Ceesay Fatajo in

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Introducing Senegambia Run for Integration

Introducing Senegambia Run for Integration

The Senegambia Run for Integration is a relay run from Yelitenda, in The Gambia to Dakar, the capital of Senegal, covering a distance of 320km.

This event was conceived by Mr George Gomez, teaming with Camp Africa in partnership with the Senegalo-Gambian Secretariat, Gambia Athletics Association and supported by the

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Lebanese restaurant accused of racism against Gambians

Lebanese restaurant accused of racism against Gambians

Famous journalist, Kebba Camara has accused Fast Ali restaurant in Westfield of racism in a Facebook post after he was asked to leave because he only ordered a drink.

In the post, Kebba wrote: “The girls working there are fantastic. They are nice people.  But the Lebanese there are racist

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OPINION: We can't afford to repeat the mistakes of the past

OPINION: We can't afford to repeat the mistakes of the past

You know you have a problem when your president thinks it's ok to accept gifts from anonymous business people.

You know you have a problem when your legislators think its ok to accept money from the president.

You know you have a problem when your government think the only way

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Gambian boy becomes first foreign-born footballer to play for Malaysia

Gambian boy becomes first foreign-born footballer to play for Malaysia

The son of a Serahule migrant has become the first foreign-born to play for Malaysia’s national team, Harimau Malaya.

Muhamadou Sumareh, who was granted Malaysian citizen recently, will make his debut on Friday when the national team takes on Sri Lanka in a friendly in Colombia.

He moved to the

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