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Media & Broadcasting The Standard
The Standard

The Standard Newspaper brings the Latest News from the Gambia, Africa and the World. Get live news and latest stories from Politics, Business, Technology, Sports and more. The newspaper is published and printed by XL Standard Co. Ltd.


Foroyaa was established in1987 and soon became known as the paper that speaks the truth and promotes civic awareness. It is respected by all sectors of society. Foroyaa’s policy is to avoid speculation and get to the truth through investigation before publication – publication of the truth in good faith and in the public interest.

Media & Broadcasting The Fatu Network
The Fatu Network

The Fatu Network is the leading online news provider in The Gambia. The Fatu Network focuses on the truth, however inconvenient. It reports events from an independent and detached point of view. The Fatu Network owes allegiance to only The Gambia and the voiceless common Gambian man and woman. The need for Gambians to live in a country where the best traditions and ideals of democracy are recognized, appreciated and practiced is what led to the establishment of The Fatu Network. The Fatu Network is hugely committed to principles of justice, individual freedoms and liberties and for the state to defend and protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens and also for the state to create conditions for their political, social, economic and other development. The Fatu Network’s motto is, “Truth then Justice”.

Media & Broadcasting thechronicle
The Chronicle

Safeguarding freedom of expression, liberty, and accountability through independent journalism is our core purpose at The Chronicle. Journalistic excellence and integrity in our reporting sets the standard for news in The Gambia. The Chronicle is pioneering news in The Gambia with a digital first strategy across a wide range of platforms.

Media & Broadcasting The Point newspaper
The Point newspaper

The triumvirate – Late Babucarr Gaye, Late Deyda Hydara and Pap Saine established The Point Newspaper on 16 December 1991. Mr Gaye quit after four months.