Sudan’s Bashir appears before prosecutor

Fallen Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir was Sunday seen in public for the first time since being ousted, as he was driven in an armed convoy to the prosecutor's office.The former strongman, ... Continue Reading →

Less pain, shorter recovery: Minimally invasive surgical procedures introduced in Seychelles

Less pain, medicine, recovery time, risk of infection and scars are all benefits of newly introduced minimally invasive surgical procedures now being practised at the Seychelles Hospital.Specialists ... Continue Reading →

Seychelles-based Chagossians to boycott heritage visits to the islands for 2nd straight year

Chagossians in Seychelles are planning to boycott heritage visits to the islands organised by Great Britain for the second year in a row.A communique from the group states: We strongly ... Continue Reading →

President Faure meets with The Nature Conservancy and the International Finance Corporation

Washington DC, 12 June: The Nature Conservancy's regional director for Africa, Mr Matthew Brown called on President Danny Faure on [Wednesday 12 June] to discuss TNC's continued engagement ... Continue Reading →