An outspoken Gambian Muslim cleric, who was detained for more than five months after criticising the execution of nine prisoners last year, has won the first-ever pan-African human rights ...
Peter Nkanga, the CPJ's West Africa researcher, discusses the case of Gambian journalists Fatou Camara, detained without charge by President Yaya Jammeh's secret police since 17 September.
Kenya's teachers end their strike but non-teaching staff may not turn up to work because they're not being paid. Will the country's election be rigged?
Celebrations are underway in the Gambia today to mark 48 years of independence from Britiain.
Teenage pregnancies in Liberia, Valentine's Day wardrobe tips and Gambia’s music scene are among the eclectic mix in today’s African papers.
RFI talks to Ambroise Pierre, Africa Director at Reporters Without Borders, about the killing of two prominent journalists: Norbert Zongo murdered in 1998 and Deyda Hydara shot dead in Banjul 8 ...
An exiled Gambian opposition group last week President Yahya Jammeh 30 days to give up power to make way for a political transition.
An exiled Gambian opposition group has given President Yahya Jammeh 30 days to give up power.
Malema's in trouble over his tax. Or is it a government-orchstrated witch-hunt? Has Museveni done a dirty deal with a Chinese power company?
The National Transitional Council of the Gambia, or CNTG, a Gambian opposition group, plans to create a government in exile. The CNTG is based in Dakar, Senegal.