Stigma, blame means African women wary to say #MeToo

The #MeToo campaign has given mostly Western women confidence to speak up about violence at the hands of men, but in Africa women say stigma and victim-blaming still keep many silent.Fiercely ... Continue Reading →

Agreement between Air Seychelles and Air India gives travellers more connections

Air Seychelles and Air India are now offering travellers enhanced connections on their respective networks following the signing of a codeshare agreement between the two airlines on ... Continue Reading →

Week of Diplomacy Draws to a Close

It has been a very eventful 'Diplomatic Week' at the Department of Foreign Affairs, starting with the Ambassadors' Retreat last weekend to the meeting of our Honorary Consuls at the ... Continue Reading →

Week of Diplomacy Draws to a Close

It has been a very eventful 'Diplomatic Week' at the Department of Foreign Affairs, starting with the Ambassadors' Retreat last weekend to the meeting of our Honorary Consuls at the ... Continue Reading →

Seychelles’ top court hears case of alleged sex attack at hotel against Russian travel writer

The Seychelles Supreme Court has begun hearing evidence in the case of a Mauritian man charged with sexual abuse for an alleged attack against a Russian travel writer at a resort last ... Continue Reading →