Latest News for: Banjul market


ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority holds Economic and Technical Regulation Workshop

Ghana News Agency 23 Jun 2021
This workshop is part of a series of training, the first of which was held in December 2019 in Banjul, The Gambia as part of ERERA's capacity building programme on "Electricity Market and Regulation". The main objective of the programme is to build the capacities of the key stakeholders of the ECOWAS Regional Electricity Market.

Deputies summon Fisheries minister

The Point 22 Jun 2021
Banjul South Lawmaker Fatoumatta Njai, who moved the motion, said that the skyrocketing of fish prices at the market is a concern to the citizens of The Gambia, ...

Gambians Say Covid-19 Restrictions have impacted on their Right to Movement

Foroyaa 06 Jun 2021
Scores of Gambians, especially women vendors, within the Greater Banjul Area, have decried that the Covid-19 restrictions impacting negatively on their lives and livelihoods ... Awa Jarjue, a Food Vendor at the Albert Market in Banjul decried ... “I have only the Latrikunda market where I sell my goods.

Operation Zero Crime arrests 881 suspected criminals in 2 months

The Point 20 May 2021
... in Banjul Region, KM and West Coast Region, while conducting patrols in LLR, CRR and URR as well. “The operation also target criminal hideouts within the Banjul, KM and West Coast Region and also target public places such as highways, markets, garages and other public places.”.

Untold stories of women affected by covid19 in tourism

The Point 30 Apr 2021
Binta Jatta, commonly known as Retta, also has a small shop at the Bakau Craft Market, selling batiks, tie and dye ... Ndey Fatou Fatty, a mother of four who sells wood carvings and paintings at the Banjul Craft Market, stated that the worst experience she had ever encountered is sitting at home without knowing what the future holds for her.

Farato, Jambur rejoice as road construction set to begin earnest

The Point 19 Apr 2021
“The road is also important because it’s connecting the community of Kombo South and the villages around those areas bearing in mind that Kombo South, in particular places like Farato, Jambur until recently when they want to go for shopping at the Serrekunda market or Banjul, it takes them a long time particularly during the raining season.”.

Quality Life leads in micro-insurance business

B & FT Online 12 Oct 2020
The Management team has in-depth experience and understanding of the insurance business and financial markets ... He is a Chartered Insurer from UK, holds a Diploma from West African Insurance Institute (WAII), Liberia, a Fellow of West African Insurance Institute, Banjul, The Gambia.
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