It is ironic that coal fired power plants contribute to climate change which could result in the malfunctioning of the power plants, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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A Gambian military court has sentenced seven soldiers to nine years in jail for plotting to overthrow President Adama Barrow, and handed a three-year prison term to another.
Gambia's journalists, free from 2 decades of deadly dictatorship, now work to win trust
Hundreds of Gambians are grateful for the jobs created by a Chinese-run fish processing plant that arrived in 2014.
The tiny west African state of The Gambia has sworn-in an 11-member commission tasked with shedding light on summary executions, disappearances, torture, rape and other crimes under ousted dictator Yahya Jammeh.
Banjul has condemned former president Yahya Jammeh's pledge to come back to the West African country in a leaked phone call that went viral on social media.
Two of Gambian former strongman Yahya Jammeh's key ministers got back their former jobs in a sweeping reshuffle, the president's office has said.
Gambian prosecutors have charged five police officers with murder over the deaths of three young protesters at an anti-pollution rally.
A 24-year-old student who was hit by police gunfire at an environmental protest in western Gambia has die, bringing the death toll from the violence to three, his campaign group says.
A paramilitary unit controlled by former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh has been accused by rights groups of being behind the killings of more than 50 West African migrants in 2005.
The Gambian army has filed desertion charges against two renegade generals who went into exile with former president Yahya Jammeh last year, the force has told AFP.
A truth commission in the tiny west African state of The Gambia has begun hearing witness testimony as it investigates rights violations committed by the regime of Yahya Jammeh.
The US State Department says former Gambian President Yahya Jammeh and members of his immediate family are now ineligible for entry into the United States
Britain's Prince Charles is applauding Gambians for overturning two decades of autocratic rule during his first stop on a West African tour
The tiny West African state of The Gambia will journey into its grim past on Monday as it begins a probe into atrocities committed under former dictator Yahya Jammeh.
Gambia's justice minister says authorities have identified four bodies exhumed last year to shed light on the circumstances of their deaths and allow their families to hold proper burials.
Gambia's president has named a new vice president in a major Cabinet reshuffle that also integrates a minister who served under former leader Yahya Jammeh.
Gambian president Adama Barrow has paid tribute to three young protesters killed by police in an anti-pollution rally, urging witnesses to come forward to a commission of inquiry set up by his government.
A survivor, families of the disappeared and human rights organisations are seeking the extradition and prosecution in Ghana of Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh for alleged direct involvement in the killing of more than 50 West African migrants in 2005.
Two renegade generals who followed ex-Gambia president Yahya Jammeh into exile have pleaded not guilty to a charge of desertion brought by the military.
Gambian police have arrested 10 officers of the State Intelligence Service with possible links to the murder of activist Ebrima Solo Sandeng.
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