Central Bank, private lawyers alleged complicity in $4m banking scandal

By Kebba Ansu Manneh January 27, 2022 Impeccable sources close to The Progress newspaper have disclosed that certain officials of the Central Bank of The Gambia (CBG) have allegedly connived with some... Read more »

Three years since alleged transfer of funds to FABB, those concerned are yet to light shed on the issue

By Nkumba Sillah July 30, 2021 July 30, 2021 A startling revelation was made by The Fatu Network in August 2018 that a sum of $752, 594.42 was deposited into a bank... Read more »

Checking out ‘briefcase’ charity organisations

By Vincent Ogo and Bubacarr Komma July 12, 2021 There has been an exponential growth of non-profits (charities) and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in The Gambia over the years. These organisations exist to... Read more »

Opinion divided as to the credibility of “alkalo attestation” to obtain a Gambian voter´s card

By Ibrahima Jobarteh Gambians are divided over alkalo attestation that qualifies a person to obtain a Gambia voters card. Since the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) started the voters card registration exercise some... Read more »

Why is Gambia yet to have its own anti-corruption agency?

Many Gambians are questioning why the country is yet to have its own Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) given that addressing corruption is not a stand-alone problem but a national governance challenge through institution... Read more »

Gambia driver’s licence sold in the black market

The alarming frequency of road traffic accidents in The Gambia is scary and terrifying. Though numerous factors contribute to these accidents, The Progress Newspaper opted to focus on issuance of driver’s licence... Read more »