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An increase in the minimum wage, an integrated health information system and new categories of work permits for non-Seychellois workers are some of the highlights in the proposed budget for 2020.
The CEO of the National Arts Council and Byenal Sesel Commissioner Jimmy Savy has confirmed that the 2020 edition of the contemporary art exhibition will take place in April of that year and will, for the first time, see art works created by both Seychelles and international artists exhibited on all three principal islands of the Seychelles.
Facilitating and promoting musical arts education in Seychelles and Africa will be the focus of an international conference to be held in the island nation next month.
The Seychelles’ Ministry of Culture has submitted documents to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) for the consideration of moutya dance as a cultural heritage.
Visitors to Seychelles’ Silhouette Island have a new attraction to see with the opening of a new museum in the “Grann Kaz”, the home of the Dauban family, which owned the island until 1960.
We are pleased to welcome the National Arts Council of Seychelles, as a National Member of the Federation.