Sulayman Makalo on 04th Jan

The Gambian community in the Diaspora is weeping in deep sorrow and with a heavy heart at the sad loss in action of comrades...

Sulayman Makalo on 13th Dec

The Gambia, the smallest country on mainland Africa, has a reputation for being the “Smiling Coast of Africa,” thanks...

Sulayman Makalo on 30th Nov

The Army calls it AAR (After-Action Review), some civilians call it Periodical Review, others call it Re-evaluation, and...

Sulayman Makalo on 17th Oct

Omar Jarju looks out across a row of empty sunbeds around the Djeliba hotel’s perfectly maintained pool, a few steps...

Sulayman Makalo on 03rd Aug

We are calling on Gambians and friends of The Gambia to observe August 4th -6th as a time for Positive Action. We urge...

Dictator Yahya Jammeh
Sulayman Makalo on 21st Jul

Here comes a mansa Showing off all his majesty The symbols of his offices All reflected in acted opulence Smashing the...

Mathew K. Jallow
Sulayman Makalo on 01st Jul

The shocking resignation from CORDEG, of GDAG, the principal organizer of the historic Raleigh Conference, under the...

Mathew K. Jallow
Sulayman Makalo on 17th Jun

The story I wanted to write this week was going to be extremely flattering, yet not superfluous. It was going to be a...

Saul Ndow
Sulayman Makalo on 04th May

Saul Ndow like many Gambians sees Dakar, Senegal as a safe haven, a country that is full of activity, leisure and opportunity....

Sulayman Makalo on 29th Apr

Allow me to take this opportunity to extend first my appreciation, gratitude and admiration to the many unsung heroes...