Here is the program guide for the 10th annual Senegambian Cultural Week in London
Tuesday, 20th August 19
Special "MBOKA' Showcase - in collaboration with African Writers Abroad:
An Evening of Poetry, Reading, Play, Story Telling and Music
Venue:Islington Assembly Hall, Upper Street, N1 2UD
Doors:18:30 - 22:30
Friday, 23rd August
There is a reason Princess Shyngle is so popular on Instagram with more than 600,000 followers in different parts of the world.
Right from selling her waist trainers and trotting the globe, the Gambian-born Nollywood star knows how to make her male followers go crazy.
Last week, raunchy photos of
For those of you who tuned in to watch the sittings of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) this week, you might have noticed a new face among the counsels.
Her name is Aminata Faal, a Law student from the Netherlands.
A source told What's On-Gambiathat the young woman
Since his appointment as the managing director of the Social Security & Housing Finance Corporation (SSHFC), Muhammed Manjang has been cracking down on corruption and wasteful spending, which are problems that continue to plague the Civil Service.
Against most expectations, he recently opened several investigations into allegations of fraud, bribery
Buyers of ram in Banjul, Kanifing Municipality and West Coast Region are complaining about the high price of the sacrificial animal as the tobaski celebration gets closer.
Tobaskii (Eid ul Adha) is a festival celebrated among Muslims all over the world. On this day, they slaughter a ram to honour
Gambian men in a relationship or married with a Muslim woman are expected to spend more than D25,000 this upcoming tobaski.
It's predicted that some of the budget will go towards "gezner", shoes and makeup.
A large majority of this will be spent on human hair, which is now costing
Controversial blogger and socialite, Nyang Njie has recently taken to Facebook to decry the oppression of home-based Gambians by semesters with the relentless exhibition of their material wealth.
The US-trained economist said: “Semester bashing and the exhibition of material excesses by so-called modern semesters highlights an undertone that is deeply
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- POEM: Brikama, my sweet hometown
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- Youssou N'Dour tells the West: "Don't force homosexuality on us!"
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