SNA interview: President says COVID catastrophe avoided, seeks national unity gov’t

With Seychelles – 115 islands in the western Indian Ocean – gearing up for its presidential and legislative elections from October 22-24, SNA is talking to the island nation’s ... Continue Reading →

Seychelles’ rare coco de mer nut on sale to help struggling park system

“The coco de mer nuts are quite expensive and you can rarely find one that is less than SCR2,500 ($139) on the local market. We wanted to make it more affordable, so our prices ... Continue Reading →

Seychelles now has Marine Spatial Plan policy to guide development, conservation

Seychelles now has its own Marine Spatial Plan (MSP) policy that will provide a road map for marine planning and the guiding principles to inform the decision-making process for development ... Continue Reading →

Cage of rocks makes a sturdy wall, Seychelles Institute for Technology students learn

The technology of the gabion – a cage, cylinder, or box filled with rocks, concrete, sand or soil for use in civil engineering, road building, and landscaping – can be taught ... Continue Reading →