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MINISTER MORGAN VISITS PROJECTS ON LA DIGUE

Three major road projects are expected to be undertaken on La Digue Island by the Ministry of Transport.

The Minister responsible for transport, Joel Morgan made the announcement after visiting the sites on Sunday 5th July. Following his visit, Minister Morgan said the projects will benefit La Digue inhabitants especially during the rainy season. The projects are expected to cost approximately Rs. 9.3 million.

Minister Morgan also visited the La Digue Jetty which will undergo expansion works. The project which is expected to cost Rs. 25 million will provide passengers with passengers arriving on and exiting the island.

 

The Member of the National Assembly for La Digue and other officers form the Seychelles Land Transport Agency accompanied Minister Morgan during the visit.

ASSEMBLY BILL AMENDS INSOLVENCY LAW

The National Assembly has voted in favour to amend the Insolvency Law.

The Insolvency Law helps protect consumers and businesses when they declare bankruptcy. The new amendment will shorten the length of time taken to discharge a business from its debt that is from 3 to 1 year.

The bill was presented by the Minister for Finance, Commerce and the Blue Economy, Jean Paul Adam.  He said it is in a bid to continue improving the ease of doing business in Seychelles.

The amendment is expected to make the law more practical, and correspond to the best practices that exist worldwide. 

SOLDIERS GIVEN KEYS TO THEIR HOUSES ON ILE PERSEVERANCE

35 soldiers have received keys to their new houses on Ile Perseverance during a short ceremony on Friday 4th June.

The newly allocated houses vary from 2 to 3 bedrooms which Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rosette will help improve the housing conditions of military service members and their families.

In his address the Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rosette thanked the Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces, President James Michel for making access to houses for military personnels a priority.

He added that although the allocation of the houses is a step in the right direction, the demand for housing among military personnel remains high. “There are about 107 soldiers who have different housing situations and would have been grateful to have such facilities however it is impossible to assist everyone in one go but here today it’s a start.

The ceremony was attended by the Minister for Land Use and Housing, Christian Lionnet; other high officials from his ministry; the Chief of Staff of the SPDF, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rosette other high military officials.

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ONGOING TELEVISION SERIES
 

 

Glee - Sunday
A group of ambitious misfits try to escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a glee club, where they find strength, acceptance and, ultimately, their voice, while working to pursue dreams of their own.

 

 

 

 

The Wild - mardi

Un extraordinaire soap opéra Sud Africain alliant glamour, intrigues et passions dans l’extraordinaire beauté sauvage du Krufer park. Il a pour principal décor une vaste réserve abritant un luxueux hotel ; Le Dinaledi Lodge. C’est l'histoire de trois familles que tout oppose à priori : les Lebones, les Van Reenens et les Tladis. Ces différentes familles ont pourtant en commun un morceau de terre. En raison de nombreux conflits antérieurs, les familles ont du mal à instaurer cohésion et confiances entre elles, mais elles restent liées par: le « DINALEDI LODGE ».

 

The two Sides of Anna - Thursday and Sunday.

A story of a girl named Ana, who is a sweet and kind-hearted person who was forced to change because of anger and hatred. Ana, who wants to take vengeance for her family’s death, plans to make the father and sons who killed her mother and brother fall in love with her. She ultimately sows discord among the three, but unaware that the love of her life, Gustavo, is a part of the family she’s determined to destroy.

 

 
 
NEWS

JULY IS ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH

The Drug and Alcohol Council, DAC, and its partners are conducting a one month Alcohol Awareness Campaign, throughout the month of July.

The theme of the campaign is “Lalkol, Annou Dyaloge; Foetal Alcohol Syndrome” or ‘Alcohol, Let's Talk - Foetal Alcohol Syndrome’.

The aim is to sensitize expectant mothers on the adverse effects of consuming alcohol during pregnancy. It will highlight the permanence of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome and its rippling effects across families, communities and society.

When launching the campaign, the Minister for Health, Mrs. Mitcy Larue called on expectant mothers or those who are planning to have a baby to prioritise the welfare of their unborn child. 

 

 
 

 

 


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