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His Majesty King Letsie III of Lesotho and his family ushered in the New Year while enjoying the Seychelles’ deep blue waters at a luxury hotel.
Letsie was the...

Here’s a delicious island recipe: Combine one portion Italian family expertise, one portion European economic crisis and one portion lush tropical paradise. The...

Aviation, art and culture, tourism and fisheries are among areas of cooperation Ghana is aiming to further develop with Seychelles, in a bid to strengthen the...

The new British High Commissioner to Seychelles Caron Rӧhsler has her eyes set on encouraging more British businesses to invest in Seychelles.
Rӧhsler said this...

After making her debut in the Indian Ocean Island Games in Reunion last month winning three gold medals, Seychelles swimmer Alexus Laird has won her first bronze...

The Seychelles archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, east of the African Coast boasts several features from powder-white beaches, an array of flora and...

The Governor of the Central Bank of Seychelles, CBS, Caroline Abel, has been honoured with two awards during the 6th African Business Leadership Forum and Awards....

A group of teachers from Botswana are expected to come to the Seychelles by December this year, to fill the shortage of teachers in the various schools of the island...

After starting a thrice-weekly nonstop service between the Seychelles and Paris in July this year, the national carrier of the Seychelles today inked a codeshare...

Recent data from the World Health Organisation has stated that the Seychelles has the highest proportion of overweight and obese men and women in sub-Saharan Africa....

On Tuesday, Seychelles and Mauritius will begin the first round of negotiations to renew the fisheries agreement between the two countries.
The agreement has...

In 1744, when the French explorer Lazare Picault discovered Praslin, the second largest of the 115 islands of the Seychelles archipelago, he was so taken by the...

In 1744, when the French explorer Lazare Picault discovered Praslin, the second largest of the 115 islands of the Seychelles archipelago, he was so taken by the...