Breaking News
Home - Author Archives: GeorgesK (page 2)

Author Archives: GeorgesK

Local artists honoured at 7th Cable Tunes award ceremony


Top selling local artists for the year 2016 were rewarded on Friday night in the seventh Cable Tunes award ceremony where Jahrimba and Tris emerged as the best male and female artist respectively. The event, held at the Katiolo Discotheque, is organised every year by local telecommunication company Cable and Wireless to reward local artists who have excelled during the ...

Read More »

Gospel sensation Sinach enthralls crowd


 “Seychelles tonight was amazing as we praised God and saw many souls come to Christ. Thank you beautiful people of Seychelles. Thank you precious team. Love you guys.” This is what award-winning Nigerian gospel sensation Osinach Kalu who is popularly known as Sinach, wrote on her Facebook page after performing live at the Mini Stadium in Victoria On Saturday. This ...

Read More »

Seychelles’ history museum gets a facelift, to open end of 2017


The Seychelles History museum is getting a facelift and is expected to re-open at the end of the year. The director of the museum, Beryl Ondiek, told SNA that the renovation work is progressing well and the contractor is expected to hand over the project by May. “The main building will be used for the museum itself and will include ...

Read More »

Meggy Marie leads mandolin class


Local mandolin player Meggy Sodie Marie in collaboration with the National Conservatoire of Performing Arts (NCPA) led a mandolin workshop on Thursday. Six people took part in the class conducted at the Theatre des Palmes. They learned about the origin of the mandolin, types of mandolin and how it is played. A mandolin is a musical instrument in the lute ...

Read More »

Dr Mathilda Twomey dedicates book to daughter, her ‘little light’


‘Legal Metissage in a Micro-Jurisdiction: The Mixing of Common Law and Civilian Law in Seychelles’, is the title of a new book written by Dr Mathilda Twomey, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The book was officially launched on Wednesday evening at the Mayor’s Office, ex-Carnegie, on State House Avenue. Mrs Twomey said she has dedicated her book to her ...

Read More »

Second volunteer award launched


As an ardent supporter of the works of volunteer and holder of the civil society portfolio, Vice-President Vincent Meriton yesterday launched the second Volunteer of the Year award during a short ceremony held at the Constance Ephelia Resort. During the ceremony, loyal partners of the Citizens Engagement Platform (Ceps) made their pledge towards the second Ceps Volunteer of the year ...

Read More »

Zil Pros – Disiplin atraver sport


«Bann benefis ki sport i anmennen dan nou lavi i telman abondan ki nou pa kapab fini kont tou son byenfe. Nou familye avek sport ki fer dibyen nou lasante, sport i egey nou, sport i rasanble nou, me nou pa koz ase lo vre benefis disiplin ki sport i kapab anmennen dan nou lavi e lo nou karakter.» Sa ...

Read More »

Natural hair event set for April 28


The event is being organised to commemorate the second year anniversary of the Seychelles Kinky Curls group, which is a Facebook group aimed at supporting naturalists. With over 2000 members who embrace the natural hair texture, Seychelles Kinky Curls holds activities to promote more lively interaction between the naturalists and learn the first hand experiences which they have gone through. ...

Read More »

Welcome to Seychelles: Luxembourg gets a taste of Seychelles’ island life


The Seychelles’ Creole life — including paintings of picturesque landscapes, traditional music, unique sculptures of endemic species and Creole cuisine — was at the centre of attraction in an exhibition in Luxembourg. A group of creative and performing artists from Seychelles, an archipelago in the western Indian Ocean, spent one week last month promoting local arts and culture at the ...

Read More »
Developers: Cyberwave