Tuesday, December 04
In an exclusive document published on its website, the American newspaper Washington Post reveals the failures of U.S. spy missions in the region and in Africa. Two crashes were recorded at the Seychelles International Airport.
Monday, November 26
Blast Communications, announced the opening of an office in Mahé, Seychelles during a ceremony held at its headquarters in Port Louis on Friday.
Monday, November 19
Une opération de sauvetage est actuellement en cours dans la zone de sauvetage de compétence française.
Friday, October 26
The number of applicants for employment'' continues to progress in Reunion. According to figures provided by the DIECCTE (Regional companies, competition, consumption, work and employment), they were 127 410 Reunion to be registered with Pôle Emploi at the end of last month (Class A , available and actively searching unemployed).
Sunday, October 21
The General Secretary of the IOC, the Jean-Claude Estrac, discussed with the President of the Region, Didier Robert, economic cooperation. The idea of a television for the Indian Ocean area has been launched.
Friday, October 19
In a regional ranking dominated by the Maldives and the Seychelles, Mauritius is anyway managed to pull out of the game with the awards obtained by Air Mauritius and Port-Louis, "World Travel Awards ".
Monday, October 15
But already, the idea was greeted with skepticism by the maritime industry. Weaknesses of the case, according to them: the rate of freight, delivery frequency and the volume traded, among others.
Tuesday, October 02
L'Insee lance une grande enquête sur les conditions de travail à la Réunion dès ce 1er octobre et jusqu'au 31 décembre prochain.
Thursday, September 27
Since Monday, nothing goes in and nothing comes out of the East Port due to a general strike'' passed in general meeting by all dockers support strikers MRSA (Society affixing and handling Reunion ).
Wednesday, September 26
Container is no longer spell or n'' between Port East. In all, there are 1,600 containers that are stuck in the port waiting to be picked up or shipped. Situation that will worsen according to Marodon Hervé, president of the forwarders union. This requires the establishment of a minimum service to Port to avoid economic paralysis of the island.