Keeping the Moutya alive: Seychelles’ musicians group ‘SMS’ launches new album

In a bid to keep alive the Moutya, a traditional dance from Seychelles, a group of local artists launched on Wednesday an album with a mix of Moutya music and the Sega dance beat, another ... Continue Reading →

Pope says hopes to reschedule Africa trip soon

Pope Francis said Sunday he hoped to visit the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan as soon as possible, after cancelling an upcoming visit due to a knee problem."Dear friends, ... Continue Reading →

A painter at heart: Former Belgian model in Seychelles returns to childhood passion

Former Belgian model, Joelle Fabre, has launched a special art exhibition at Cafe 74 in the southern district of Anse Royale.Fabre is well known in the local fashion world as she had ... Continue Reading →