Oct 1, 2020, 12:32 PM
Following the fire outbreak that gutted the Basse market in February, 2020, a colossal amount of 72, 605, 632 dalasis has been set aside for the reconstruction of the said market, anytime soon.
The Senegalese Ministry of Health has yesterday reported 356 new cases of covid-19, with five deaths.
The ministry also reported that 73 have recovered, while 20 serious cases were registered.
Since March last year to date, Senegal registered 44, 436 positive cases; 41,906 have recovered; 1,183 deaths recorded and 1,346 are currently under treatment.
Furious customers at Access Bank Ltd. have threatened to close their accounts, as staffs of the bank yesterday protested, demanding better pay.
Press release :Petroleum House, Brusubi, 27 September 2021 -Members of the Security subcommittee of the OICGambia Local Organisation Committee have on Thursday returned from the Republic of Turkey where they underwent a high-level intensive training programme in Security Planning and Management for International Events and Conferences.
Ansumana Ceesay, a senior programme officer at the National Council for Civic Education (NCCE), on Wednesday said that the rate of youth unemployment in the country has hit an alarming high and a threat to the peace and development of the country.