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Overpriced Rams at Abattoir, A Pandemic Consequence

Ninety-five percent of Gambia’s population belonging to the Islamic faith are gearing up to observe the annual Edu-ul-adha commonly called Tobaski next week Friday. This is one of the most anticipated joyous day on Muslim calendar across the Muslim world. But this year’s celebration of the day has already seen some changes that will affect the day…
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World Bank Signs $35 Million Grant with Gambia

The World Bank and The Gambia have signed $35 million on Monday to strengthen fiscal management for better public service delivery.  According to the World Bank, the fiscal management development project will support the government’s National Development Plan for 2018-2021 by restoring fiscal discipline, improving public sector efficiency,…
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Inside Gambia’s Tourism: Where Stakeholders’ Expectations Are Shattered and Government Support not Forthcoming Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

The Gambia is a popular tourism destination in the West African sub-region, attracting more than two hundred and nineteen thousand (219,000) tourists in the 2018 - 2019 tourists season according to authorities. The sector also creates more than one hundred and fifty thousand (150,000) jobs for the skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled nationals…
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