“If you think you can’t desist from skin bleaching, please bring us our uniform and you leave because skin bleaching is not going to be compromised.”
These were the words of Deputy Superintendent Omar Saidykhan of the Gambia Immigration Department (GID). He was addressing immigration officers in the Kanifing
Have you ever noticed that President Adama Barrow is never seen in public without wearing his locally made silver ring on the fourth finger of his left hand?
Well, reliable reports reaching What’s On-Gambia has revealed that the ring was provided for him by a marabout for spiritual reasons.
Massive amounts of counterfeit Viagra are apparently being sold in the streets of Serre Kunda, thanks to the ineffective efforts of the government to stop its distribution.
A worried Diasporan Gambian who is currently in the country on holiday took images of the drugs, which helps to achieve and keep
Third CineKambiya International Film Festival (CIFF) focuses on film and the rights to truth in transitional justice
The SANXAANU KAGGORO FILM KAFFO (SANXAAFI) is a leading socio-cultural organization using the power of audio-visual arts for sensitization, youth empowerment and generic cultural diplomacy in The Gambia.
As part of its creative activities, it is organizing the third edition of its annual CINEKAMBIYA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (CIFF) in style.
He started deejaying in 2008 and since then, he has never looked back.
Today Che Fyah is one of the most in-demand reggae DJs in The Gambia. Not only does his skill on the decks set him apart from hundreds of other DJs, there is something unique and special about
He is undoubtedly the most famous Danish-Gambian musicians in Denmark.
David Jay has announced he is returning to The Gambia very soon to shoot scenes for his upcoming music video.
“I haven't been in The Gambia for two years. Feels incredible to come back home,” he told What’s On-Gambia.
A newly formed organisation in Germany, No Deportation To Gambia, is targeting more than 500 people to attend a peaceful protest gathering over the German government’s decision to deport Gambian refugees who lost their bid for asylum.
In a statement, they revealed: “The objective of the demonstration is in line
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