Gambia’s new leader, Adama Barrow and his administration inherited a bankrupt economy when they took office a year ago. Since then, matters have decidedly changed for the better, with the country expected to register a growth rate of 5% by 2020. Sanna Camara reports from Banjul.
The head of UNIDO talks to Christine Holzbauer about his organisation’s work with the world’s least developed countries (LDCs).
Gambia’s President Barrow will look to revive an ailing economy.
Tourists and Gambians flee as President Yahya Jammeh declares state of emergency.
Election season in West Africa towards the end of the year taught us to expect the unexpected.
President Yahya Jammeh is set to concede defeat in Gambia’s election.
Gambians go to the polls on Thursday. So what is at stake?
The busy and lucrative West African aviation space is dominated by foreign airlines at present as African carriers are too small and fragmented to properly …