Courtesy Meeting between the new Taxi Operators Association and Seychelles Licensing Authority

On Friday 15th November 2019, SLA met with the new executive committee of the Seychelles Taxi Operators Association.

The association took the opportunity to discuss on various issues affecting their business, as well as the areas of vulnerability.

Issues addressed were taken on board and possible solutions were deliberated upon.

It was agreed that a working group will be created to review all aspect of licensing taxi operators including but not limited to code of conduct, standards and requirements, enforcement among others.

The working group is expected to submit their report before the end of 2019.

Both parties agreed to continue working together to improve the taxi service in Seychelles.

On Tuesday 5th November, 2019, the Heads of Property Management Company (PMC) met with those of SLA in a courtesy meeting.

The meeting was an opportunity for PMC & SLA to establish better collaboration & coordination which will help both entities.

Discussion on some pertinent issues such as illegal garages and derelict vehicles on PMC managed estates were also made, whereby both parties agreed to cooperate closely to manage the situation. They agreed to invite other authorities such as Public Health Authority and Environment, in order to create a Task Force to deal with the issue.

The meeting was described as very fruitful from both entities with a mutual agreement to continue this collaboration.

Appointment of Deputy Chief- Executive Officer of the Seychelles Licensing Authority.

Mrs. Jessica Larue as the new Deputy Chief -Executive Officer of the Seychelles Licensing Authority.

Mrs. Larue holds a Bsc Degree in Banking Finance from the London school of Economics & Political Science.

She began her professional career in August, 2014 as the Executive manager of the bank of Ceylon.

In November, 2014 she moved to the Housing Finance Company, where she served the post of Loans Manager. In April, 2016 she joined the Seychelles Credit Union as the Chief Financial Officer.

Mrs. Larue also has experience in Business Administration, General Management, and Finance.

Her appointment as the new Deputy- Chief Executive Officer takes effect as from the 1st of August, 2019.

Digitalization of Documents

An archive is an accumulation of historical records or the physical place they are located.  Archives contain primary source documents that have accumulated over the course of an individual or organization’s lifetime, and are kept to show the function of that person or organization.


In general, archives consist of records that have been selected for permanent or long-term preservation on grounds of their enduring cultural, historical, or evidentiary value.

In our aim to free up office space, files were moved and placed at our Providence office for archives purposes.  However with evolution, we have now collaborated with the Pro Archives System to archives all these documents.

Mrs. Ernesta, the Principal Licensing Officer for Registry has for the past few months been going there for sorting and classifying the files in appropriate boxes for transfer to the office where the digitalisation will take place.

Adverts and Notices

Newly released song titled ”LAFYERTE SLA” commemorating SLA’s 35th anniversary this year. The song was composed and sung by SLA staff. Enjoy and share the pride of SLA!



Appointed Information Officer for SLA:

Information Officer: Mr. Michael Labonte, Information & Communication Officer, Contact: or Tel: 4283414

Assistant Information Officer: Ms. Noritha Legaie, CEO Private Secretary, Contact: or Tel: 4283402


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To be a leading dynamic regulatory agency offering personalized service delivery that surpasses customer expectations.


To provide a high quality and efficient licensing service which meets the needs and expectations of Seychellois and foreign customers, in support of economic, social and environmental goals and promoting investment and development of businesses in Seychelles.

  • Professionalism: to display competency and being courteous in service delivery.
  • Confidentiality: to ensure safety of information.
  • Promptness and reliability: to ensure licences are issued as per regulations.
  • Accountability and Transparency: to deliver our services equally and fairly.