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Artists bring social awareness through street painting

The wall at the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) bus stand is now a bulletin board for the time being. Some 12 local artists from Seylar along with South African street artist Wesley Pepper spent Saturday morning decorating the wall with different drawings and graffiti. The intermittent light drizzle did not prevent the artists from finishing their work and some ...

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Large crowd sample African dishes

A large crowd of locals and people from different African countries living or working here came together on Saturday evening to sample, savour and discover a large selection of spicy and tasty dishes from different cuisines of the continent. This was during an African dinner dance organised by the African Community Association of Seychelles formed earlier this year and the ...

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Christinne Barbier is crowned Miss Seychelles 2016

The island nation of Seychelles has a new beauty queen. Christinne Barbier won the Miss Seychelles Another World 2016 title on Saturday evening ahead of 11 other contestants. Barbier received the coveted crown on top of being named the girl with the best personality, talent and sporting abilities. “I feel very emotional, I’m extremely happy,” Barbier said shortly after winning. The 24-year-old accounts ...

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Jean-Joseph Madeleine i lans ankor en liv plen avek mister

Pour bann ki fasinen par bann zafer misterye tel ki nanm, malfezan ek dodosya, sa nouvo liv Jean-Joseph Madeleine avek tit ‘Tandif Granpapa’ i touskifo pour zot. Sa nouvo liv ti lanse ofisyelman pli boner sa semenn par Msye Madeleine kot Lenstiti Kreol, Au Cap. Tandif, Msye Madeleine ti eksplike, ti en gro sak fer avek lavwal bato ki bann ...

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Ugandan reggae-R&B duo hype up Seychelles fans in Fet Afrik concert

Reggae and R&B vibes rocked the Seychelles capital Saturday night as Ugandan music stars performed for their Seychellois fans. Radio and Weasel of the Goodlyfe crew as they are best known on the African continent were special guest performers at a concert organised as part of Fet Afrik. This is an annual, weeklong celebration of Seychelles’ African heritage. The Ugandan ...

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Lenstiti Kreol i pibliy en nouvo dokiman lo Tinge

Lenstiti Kreol in lans en nouvo piblikasyon avek tit ‘Rapor Tinge’ ki baze lo rapor en foronm lo tinge ki ti fer an Oktob 2014 dan kad Lazournen Enternasyonal Kreol.  Sa liv in vin en dokiman resers ek referans. Tinge i enn nou bann ladans Afriken ki dapre Lenstiti Kreol pe disparet. Alor an Oktob 2014 Lenstiti Kreol ansanm avek ...

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Contestants get three-night stay at Coral Strand hotel

The Coral Strand Smart Choice hotel is hosting the 12 contestants for a three-night stay as part of the final preparations for tonight’s Miss Seychelles … Another World pageant which will be held at the ICCS. Coral Strand has offered to host the young ladies for three nights’ hospitality to ensure they are in fit form to strut their stuff ...

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Exhibition highlights story of slave Pompée

Arts and history lovers yearning to learn more about the story of Pompée the slave can do so through an exhibition being held at the National Cultural Centre in Victoria. The exhibition entitled ‘The Pompée story 1810’ was officially opened on Tuesday by artist Egbert Marday. The opening ceremony which coincided with FetAfrik 2016 was attended by the Minister for ...

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Sir Selwyn-Selwyn Clark Market in the Centre of Victoria in the Seychelles has a facility serving the island’s Creole Cuisine

The Victoria Market situated right in the centre of the Seychelles Capital has a new operator serving Creole Cuisine to the many visitors who visit the colourful market and to Seychellois when they at the market. The new restaurant is called “Le Restaurant du Marche”. Georgette Pool, who already operates a successful eatery at ESPACE Building also in Victoria has taken ...

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‘Africa must know Africa so as to bring more prosperity across the continent,’ says Seychelles Tourism and Culture Minister

Africa must know Africa so as to bring more development and prosperity across the continent. Those powerful words were from the Minister of Tourism and Culture Alain St.Ange as he officially launched this year’s FetAfrik, the celebrations marking Africa Day in the Seychelles. Held at the International Conference Centre of Seychelles, the launch of FetAfrik 2016 was spectacular and colourful ...

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