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During a visit to La Digue yesterday, the Seychelles President, Mr. James Michel, visited several families and community projects, as part of his efforts to remain connected with the people.
The Seychelles President, Mr. James Michel, travels to Australia next week to undertake a state visit at the invitation of the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, Mrs. Quentin Bryce.
Seychelles President James Michel met with the President of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete, following the National Day celebrations on Saturday evening.
The Vice President of Zanzibar Tanzania Seif Ali Iddi paid a courtesy call on Seychelles President James Michel yesterday.
Seychelles President James Michel called for regional blocs, such as COMESA and SADC, as well as institutions such as the Preferential Trade Area Bank, to give greater consideration to African island
"Tomorrow, we will live again, the day that the Seychellois people took their destiny in their own hands.
Seychelles President James Michel has made a strong appeal to world leaders to fulfill their promises of feeding the more than 1 billion of the world’s hungry, while at the same time addressing the
VICTORIA, Seychelles - The president of the Republic of Seychelles, Mr James Michel, has hailed this week's discussions with General William E.
VICTORIA, Seychelles (eTN) - President James Michel has praised the seven Seychellois men who were held hostage by Somali pirates for their courage and heroism during the 80 days they were held captiv
VICTORIA, Seychelles (eTN) - The Seychelles Coast Guard has arrested 3 suspected Somali pirates north-west of the 1.3 million square kilometer Seychelles Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ ), which borders
VICTORIA, Seychelles (eTN) - Seychelles President James Michel addressed the people of Seychelles on national television on Friday, October 31, to announce his restructuring measures for the Seychelle
VICTORIA, Seychelles (eTN) - Seychelles President James Michel has been humiliated by the country's National Assembly, which is controlled by a two-third majority from his own ruling party, the Seychelles People's Progressive Front (SPPF).