28 August 2015
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The Minister of Agriculture is on all fronts to preserve and further agricultural development in the country with the objective for a sustainable quality production, maintain a high level of export while at the same time find solutions for current issues like a better control of the use of pesticide.
Georges Ah Yan is a national figurehead who is present on many battlefronts. Be it issues regarding the welfare of the people or the protection of the environment. For the past fifteen years, he has thus been on the frontline on more than forty issues of national importance. His latest battle is the safeguard of the country’s last natural beach at La Cambuse, in the south. News on Sunday met with Georges Ah Yan to know of the flame that keeps this academic alive in his constant struggles.
The Society for Free Radicals Research-Africa (SFRR-Africa) held its 9th International Conference at the Hennessy Park Hotel, in Ebène last week. The chosen theme was: Translational Science and Drug discovery – Impact on Health, Wellness, Environment and Economics’. News on Sunday asked Professor Theeshan Bahorun, the National Research Chair, to explain the role research plays in a country’s economic development and the implications of free radicals.
A validation workshop was organised this week at the Voilà Hotel in Bagatelle to discuss the Policy and Action Plan 2015-2020. The workshop, hosted by the Ministry of Agro-industry and Food Security, was inaugurated by Minister Mahen Seeruttun in presence of Dr Baboucarr Jaw, VETGOV Project Coordinator of the African Union.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Eid Celebrations

News on Sunday calls upon the head of the Jummah Mosque, Nissar Ramtoola, to tell us about the importance of Eid.
The Global Rainbow Foundation, under the Chairmanship of Professor Armoogum Parsooramen, invited two eminent surgeons from India for a two-day conference on the development of novel technologies in foot and ankle surgery.
Does your child get confused, forgets what he/she learns, or has difficulty in making friends, in reading or understanding? If you want to know the answers, Mind Map is an organisation claiming to have the expertise that may help to improve the personality and studying techniques of the child. News on Sunday wants to know how far this organisation can help to improve the learning skills of the Mauritian child.
The CEO of Le Defi Media Group (LDMG) was the guest of Jean-Luc Emile in “Le Grand Journal” of Radio Plus on Monday afternoon 29 June. Ehshan Kodarbux took the opportunity to explain the controversy that opposes LDMG to Le Mauricien, but also talked on the independence of the Mauritian press in general. Here are excerpts of the interview...
Since its creation in 2000, the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) spared no effort in providing advice on socio-economic issues of national importance and its output has been very visible in the media.  The new government has however chosen to close down the council.
Since its creation in 2000, the National Economic and Social Council (NESC) spared no effort in providing advice on socio-economic issues of national importance and its output has been very visible in the media.  The new government has however chosen to close down the council.
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