Prince Babucarr Sankanu has launched an attack on Jaha Dukureh, alleging her of misleading the international media that presidential ban on FGM results from her efforts.
Following the announcement of the ban, the US-based young Gambian anti-FGM campaigner and founder of youth-led anti FGM group, Safe Hands for Girls, took
A Scottish female football team, Glasgow Girls FC is leaving the country today after a successful tour aimed at promoting girls and women’s football in the country.
The team, consisting of 22 players and four coaches, arrived on the 18th November, 2015. According to their Facebook page, they were greeted
An alleged land grabbing in Bakoteh has left a group of young people fuming with anger.
Members of the Kololi football team, Johaness FC said their playing ground has been sold off to Indian investors.
One of the team’s leaders told What’s On-Gambia: “It is a reserve land located behind
It is confirmed! Hellen Marou, the beautiful daughter of a supermarket business guru, is expecting her first child.
Hellen’s marriage with Senegalese champion wrestler, Balla Gaye, ended on a bitter note, and left the heavy-weighted wrestler’s house unscathed – at least on marital terms.
But speculation over pregnancy came to
Despite increase in Western education and domination of Islamic traditional culture, the naming systems among Gambian tribes, which derive its source from supernatural beliefs, are alive and well.
Isn’t necessary now for The Gambia to introduce baby-naming rules and regulations to save children from potential embarrassment in the future?
At least four out of every twenty women in The Gambia display unhealthy levels of body fat as 23 per cent of them are found to be clinically obese.
A national survey report published recently by the Gambia Bureau of Statistics reveals that women in the country have been piling
Information and Communication Infrastructure Minister Sheriff Bojang has arrived safely back home after flying from Paris on Friday, shortly before the terrorist attacks that killed scores of people in several locations in the French capital.
There was concern over the minister, but on Tuesday he took to Facebook to reassure
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