Editor's Message

In terms of global health, the world is in ever greater fragility, and as I write, 2021 is proving as challenging as its predecessor. The pandemic is still here, but better days await us. If there is one thing we've learnt so far is; nothing is certain but positivity and resilience can get us far. This month my message to you-keep going no matter how tough things get.... KEEP READING

Jini xx

From Arts and Culture

  • Products we love

    Mimi's Kitchen Candles From our beauty editor Michelle Watts; Hand poured natural wax Luxury Kitchen Candle infused with the purifying aroma of Lime to neutralise unwanted kitchen odours whilst ...

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    Products we love
  • My life in Books- Jessica D’unienville

    I am a self-proclaimed book lover! I love reading, I love buying books, I love browsing bookstores (I could spend hours in one, even if I am not buying anything)- I love basically everything to do ...

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    My life in Books- Jessica D’unienville
  • Films About Black History and race

    A United Kingdom (2016): An inspiring real-life romance of Seretse Khama, King of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana), and Ruth Williams, the London office worker he married in 1948 in the face of fierce ...

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    Films About Black History and race
  • Top 10 Things to Watch on Netflix

    There's something for everyone on this list, so we're sure that you can find your next Netflix obsession! 1. Bridgerton 2. The Queen's Gambit 3. Lupin 4. The Crown 5. ...

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    Top 10 Things to Watch on Netflix
  • Nationhood 1

    In August 2020 Seychelles celebrated a huge milestone—250 years as a Nation. Our nation came into existence with 15 white colonists, seven slaves, five Indians and one black woman as its first known ...

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    Nationhood 1
  • Five Books to Take you on an African Tour

    The Girl With the Louding Voice is a character for the ages. Adunni is a girl who narrates her own suffering with levity, who paints depth and texture and beauty into her Nigerian ...

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    Five Books to Take you on an African Tour
  • Recipe of the Month-Saffron Risotto

    For our recipe of the month, we take you to Italy. Here is the traditional recipe of saffron risotto (Risotto alla Milanese), probably one of the most famous risotto recipe. Creamy and ...

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    Recipe of the Month-Saffron Risotto
  • My Life in Books- Lorraine Marie

    Our series MY LIFE IN BOOKS gives the avid reader a chance to recommend books, and give a small account, on the influence each book had on their life. Petite, humble and hardworking are three ...

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    My Life in Books- Lorraine Marie
  • Jurassic Coast Family Staycation

    Dorset is a hidden gem for a beach holiday family staycation – and a lot closer to home than we expected.With the pandemic restricting travels this year, a staycation for many of us has been the ...

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    Jurassic Coast Family Staycation
  • Young Seychelloise- Actress Aisha Toussaint

    Photo credit: Dujoanna Gift-Simms Cosmocreole is a celebration of the achievements of Seychellois women globally but 'The Young Seychelloise' series puts young women at the forefront. Too often ...

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    Young Seychelloise- Actress Aisha Toussaint
  • Grace Barbé Music Award Nominee

    Let’s hop over to Western Australia where thousands of people are already hitting Perth’s clubs, pubs and live music venues now that coronavirus restrictions have been relaxed. One musician that many ...

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    Grace Barbé Music Award Nominee
  • In the Kitchen With May-Cecile Frezou-Lajoie

    May-Cecile chats about pursuing her dream, learning from those who inspired her love for cooking and the ambition to recreate and serve her favourite Creole dishes from her ...

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    In the Kitchen With May-Cecile Frezou-Lajoie
  • My Life in Books – Patsy Moustache

    Our series MY LIFE IN BOOKS gives the avid readers a chance to recommend books and give a small account on the influence each book had on their life. Born and raised in Seychelles, with a great ...

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    My Life in Books – Patsy Moustache
  • Editor’s Choice- Autobiographies I Loved

    An intimate, powerful, and inspiring memoir by the former First Lady of the United States In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Michelle Obama has emerged as one of the most iconic and ...

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    Editor’s Choice- Autobiographies I Loved



Ask Cynthia

By Cynthia Hip-Waye

I am very excited to be part of the Cosmocreole family, and I am looking forward to answer your questions. You probably want to know a little bit more about me. Since 15 years of age, I knew exactly what I wanted to do - helping people with psychological and emotional problems. It started off with a 3-year scholarship in England in 1991 to do my Bachelor Honours in Psychology. After working in Seychelles for a few years, I was fortunate to get a scholarship to achieve my dream of becoming a Clinical Psychologist by doing a Master's degree at Macquarie University in Australia. ...CONTINUE

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