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Sunday, 30 December 2012 09:50

L’année qui s’achève

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Très peu d'entre nous se hasarderaient à avancer que la qualité de vie de nos compatriotes s'est réellement améliorée cette année.
Friday, 28 December 2012 09:51

The Good and the Bad news

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Why should a South African citizen (white, black, or brown) buy a villa in Mauritius at the hefty price of Rs 15 million, when with the same amount of money, he can become the owner of a profitable farm of a dozen acres in KwaZulu-Natal, with a view over the Indian Ocean?
Friday, 28 December 2012 09:30

Dear Shakespeare – Youth bashing

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My dear Billy,
Has it occurred to you sometimes that ever since God created young people He also created the adults to criticise, castigate and denigrate them?

The main reasons why the archaic offence of criminal defamation, referred to « offences of sedition, seditious libel and defamatory libel », has been abolished in the UK are because it is used in foreign countries to prosecute and imprison political opponents, journalists and to restrict freedom of speech.

Thursday, 27 December 2012 07:26

The Parti Travailliste Football Match

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The big players in politics today have somehow transcended likeness to the big players on a football pitch. The crowds are cheering in the arena. The referee arrives and the whistle blows. The game begins. In following the timeline of the Mauritius Labour Party, (Parti Travailliste), we will evaluate how far this party has worked towards the primary objectives of Dr Maurice Cure and thereafter, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam.

Monday, 24 December 2012 12:17

Nandanee Soornack shoots to ‘fame’!

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If Nandanee Soornack feels that being photographed in public causes her any form of annoyance, inconvenience or anxiety, she should stop doing politics and stay at home or wear a full-face veil in public [...]. What on earth did PTr political activist Mrs Nandanee Soornack think her MSM political [rival] Mr Yogita Sawmynaden would have done with her photograph taken in public [...] ?

Sunday, 23 December 2012 09:47

Bonne et mauvaise nouvelle

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Pourquoi est-ce qu’un Sud-Africain (blanc, noir, marron) achèterait un bungalow à Maurice au coût de Rs 15 millions, alors qu’avec cette même somme, il peut devenir propriétaire d’une ferme profitable d’une dizaine d’arpents au KwaZulu-Natal avec vue sur l’océan Indien ?
Sunday, 23 December 2012 09:45

Le partage

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En cette période festive, chacun essaie, selon ses moyens, de faire plaisir aux siens. C’est en pareille période que la différence entre riches et pauvres se fait surtout sentir.
Sunday, 23 December 2012 09:30

La réforme du CPE

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Dans le débat sur la réforme du CPE – projet qui refait surface après la tenue du National Forum on Review of CPE le 17 décembre dernier –, un constat fondamental ne doit, en aucun cas, échapper à la vigilance des autorités concernées : c'est uniquement l'insuffisance des places dans les collèges qui avait, pendant des décennies, provoqué un goulot d'étranglement à l'entrée du secondaire, avec pour résultat l'éjection du circuit éducatif d'environ 5 000 enfants de 11-12 ans chaque année.
Friday, 21 December 2012 09:36

Daily life and ethno-political arithmetics

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Political pundits of all kinds have not finished analysing the results of the recent regional elections, with everybody adding his own opinion.
Friday, 21 December 2012 09:26

Justice American style

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My dear Billy,
The former boss of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), one Dominique Strass-Kahn, a French citizen with a German name, is now an exonerated man. He has bought his exoneration at an American justice mart for a fistful of million US dollars.
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 12:00

Échecs au CPE : une volonté de l’État ?

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« Les problèmes relatifs au taux d’échec aux examens du ‘Certificate of Primary Education’ (CPE) ne sont pas aussi graves qu’on le croit. » Ce sont les propos du Dr Vasant Bunwaree, ministre de l’Éducation, lors des débats budgétaires à l’Assemblée nationale le 14 novembre.

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