By VOA A group of journalists and lawyers sued the CIA and its former director Mike Pompeo over allegations the intelligence agency spied on them when they visited WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during his stay in Ecuador’s embassy in London. The lawsuit said the CIA under Pompeo violated the privacy […]
Celebrating Radio Gambia @ 60
Sixty years of broadcasting is definitely worth commemorating, and certainly, Badou Lowe and his colonial-era colleagues deserve to be fittingly celebrated for being the pioneers of public broadcasting in our comparatively young nation. However, 60 years of Radio Gambia is more than the focus on the genesis. Indeed, a lot […]
Tribute to Radio Gambia! Celebrating the Veterans!!
On Saturday June 25, Radio Gambia and by extension the entire GRTS celebrated 60 years of its existence. Since its establishment, the men and women at Radio Gambia provided immense service to this country with utmost dedication and commitment in a way I have never seen in any institution until […]
2 senior journalists depart for Chevening Africa Media Fellowship
The first Gambians to have been selected to attend the Chevening Africa Media Freedom Fellowship (CAMFF) programme have joined their colleagues from ten other countries in London. They are Baboucarr Camara – a managing editor at the Gambia Radio & Television Services and Sang Mendy – the Managing Director of […]