Kevin Betsy: La Digue
10th September 2019
Top football coach Kevin Betsy is delighted that his trip to help the youngsters of Seychelles proved such a success.Kevin, who is head coach of the England Under-17s team, spent a fortnight in Seyche... more...
Coaching session on Mahe
10th September 2019
Kevin's itinerary in Seychelles was devised to allow him meet up with as many sports people as possible. His schedule went like this:A visit to Praslin secondary school, where he was welcomed by James... more...
Patrick Pillay: “I enjoy politics”
16th July 2019
With the Presidential Elections looming next year, observers are starting to scrutinise the thoughts and actions of Seychelles politicians. Lewis Betsy, publisher of Seychelles Life, asked Patrick Pil... more...
On a mission: Alain St Ange and Peter Sinon of One Seychelles
8th May 2019
By Lewis BetsyPolitics in Seychelles is in a strange place. When I was in the UK, I viewed the situation with trepidation, but also some sense of hope. Now I am back living in my beloved home country,... more...
Gerard Hoarau: A life cut short
3rd January 2019
Tribute was paid again to the memory of Gerard Hoarau who died in the cause of fighting for democracy in Seychelles.Gerard, who had been living in exile, was shot dead outside his home in North London... more...
Protest: Thousands take to the streets demanding a fresh Presidential election
13th November 2018
By Lewis Betsy There are growing public protests over the refusal of Danny Faure to hold a fresh Presidential election.But is he listening?I wish he was. The state of Seychelles needs someone to ... more...
13th November 2018
It all came as a bit of a surprise, she said, but Ketsia Marie has found herself crowned Miss Creole Des Iles Seychelles 2018.The 20-year-old student from Au Cap took the title at the the beauty pagea... more...
Big opportunity for sea viewing: The Calypso glass-bottomed boat with room for 30 passengers
13th November 2018
By John Lablache Seychelles’ tiny capital, Victoria, is sheltered from the Indian Ocean by a string of islands which also constitute the Ste Anne Marine Park, one of the archipelago’s... more...

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The party people who braved the weather to make get-together a success 29 November 2016
Revellers defied the wet and windy weather to enjoy a get-together in West London for the Seychellois and Mauritian comm......
Tourism officers in global showcase for Seychelles growing industry 29 November 2016
Seychelles tourism officers turned out in force for one of the biggest showcases in the globe, the World Travel Market (......
Want something sent to Mauritius or Seychelles? Then Ken Ip is your man 29 November 2016
If you've ever had your broken-down car fixed with a new spare part then its quite likely that one of the people to than......
Why National Reconciliation is a must for a better Seychelles 29 November 2016
 By Lewis Betsy I have long campaigned for Seychelles to launch a Commission for National Reconciliation and U......
Who's Who in the new political landscape of Seychelles 02 November 2016
Everything has changed since the NA elections in September. Here are some of the key personalities who figure in the new......
The new political situation in Seychelles reinforces the view that it is a ‘small country that thinks big' 01 November 2016
Sir James Mancham, Seychelles Founding President, writes a reassuring letter to Seychelles LifeI am writing to you as a ......
Our new President Faure has said the right words, but will he be able to deliver? 01 November 2016
 By Lewis Betsy It was a day to remember in Seychelles history when on Sunday 16th October, Danny Faure spoke ......
Let me inspire people, says Miss Regatta 2016 01 November 2016
The new Miss Regatta says she will do her best to be “an inspiration to everyone”.Felicita Filippin, 21, fro......
Author has 'enriched Seychelles history' says Sir James 01 November 2016
Sir James R. Mancham has praised the author of a new book on Muslims in Seychelles.He said of Abul Fadl Mohsin Ebrahim: ......
The grim picture behind the bitter battle to stop drug abuse in Seychelles 01 November 2016
This is part of the repulsive batch of drugs that dealers have been selling on to addicts in Seychelles.It was seized by......
I want to promote our culture, says Miss Creole 01 November 2016
The winner of the Miss Creole Des Iles International 2016 believes in bringing back the true cultural values of Seychell......

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Always aim to be the best, soccer star Kevin Betsy tells Seychelles youth
10th September 2019
Kevin Betsy: La Digue
Top football coach Kevin Betsy is delighted that his trip to help the youngsters of Seychelles proved… more...
Kevin's goal is to help as many young players as possible
10th September 2019
Coaching session on Mahe
Kevin's itinerary in Seychelles was devised to allow him meet up with as many sports people as possible.… more...
EXCLUSIVE: Why I am still prepared to stand for President... and why I bear no grudges, by Patrick Pillay
16th July 2019
Patrick Pillay: “I enjoy politics”
With the Presidential Elections looming next year, observers are starting to scrutinise the thoughts… more...
Will the new ‘Third Force’ political party bring us all together? Watch this space!
8th May 2019
On a mission: Alain St Ange and Peter Sinon of One Seychelles
By Lewis BetsyPolitics in Seychelles is in a strange place. When I was in the UK, I viewed the situation… more...
Seychellois in London pay tribute to the sacrifice of Gerard Hoarau
3rd January 2019
Gerard Hoarau: A life cut short
Tribute was paid again to the memory of Gerard Hoarau who died in the cause of fighting for democracy… more...
Thousands of protesters demand a fresh Presidential election, so why isn't Danny Faure listening?
13th November 2018
Protest: Thousands take to the streets demanding a fresh Presidential election
By Lewis Betsy There are growing public protests over the refusal of Danny Faure to hold a… more...
Surprise! Ketsia is crowned Miss Creole
13th November 2018
It all came as a bit of a surprise, she said, but Ketsia Marie has found herself crowned Miss Creole… more...
Seeing the wonders of the sea through a glass-bottom boat
13th November 2018
Big opportunity for sea viewing: The Calypso glass-bottomed boat with room for 30 passengers
By John Lablache Seychelles’ tiny capital, Victoria, is sheltered from the Indian Ocean… more...
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