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  Gambia’s Central Bank left its policy rate steady at 13.50 percent, saying it expects inflation to decelerate further towards its target of 5.0 percent as inflation expectations are well...

This article is an excerpt from the book Get Money: A Practical Guide to Capital Raising for African Companies and Entrepreneurs, by Mansur Nuruddin, managing partner of MNCapital Africa Advisors (MNCAA),...

A Gambian social entrepreneur is among seven Africans who will take the centre-stage at this year’s World Export Development Forum (WEDF) to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges with a chance...

(JollofNews) – President Adama Barrow has promised the people of Jarra and Kiang in the Lower River Region (LRR) that their areas would be the first to benefit from the implementation of the government’s...

(JollofNews) – Contractors of the Trans-Gambia bridge construction told President Adama Barrow that the bridge will be ready for inauguration in January 2019. The President made an early morning...

Gambian agriculture technocrats has agreed that the most current lingering problem feared to cause setback on the countries food security is the invasion of pests on crops, particularly the presence of...

(JollofNews) – Visiting Professor Dr. Paulo Pages de Andrade has urged Gambians to not succumb to fear surrounding the use of agriculture biotechnology. The Federal University of Petmambuco...

Gambia’s Attorney General and minister of Justice Aboubacarr Tambadou Monday denied a possible link between the fertilizer scandal and the sacking of former Agriculture Minister Omar Amadou Jallow. “The...

The World Bank Group’s (WBG) reaffirmed on June 12 its continuous support for The Gambia. The Country Engagement Note (CEN) for The Gambia for 2018-2021 proposes a focused program to address critical...

The Gambia is the smallest country on mainland Africa, but the legacy of more than two decades of authoritarian rule has left its new democratically elected government with big challenges. The Gambia’s...