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Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Teenagers and politics 

The mention of politics is a surefire way to make teenagers fall asleep. Many Mauritian teenagers don’t match the stereotypes about teenagers being apathetic about politics.
Published in News
Sunday, 15 March 2015 08:10

Time for a sober reflection

In the light of the current scandal involving the ex-Prime Minister, a simple but sober reflection seems to be in order, especially when we consider that the same ex-Prime Minister could have very well been the Prime Minister again today.
Published in Blog
Monday, 02 March 2015 18:54


The short-lived honeymoon is over. The infatuation  between the people (lepep) and the EXTENDED FAMILY LEPEP GOVERNMENT (EFLG) is already on the wane. People are now drifting slowly but steadily from etherised slumber into a nightmarish Kafkaesque situation. They suddenly realise that they have been taken for a ride.
Published in Blog
Friday, 23 January 2015 13:59

The Politics of Economic Stupidity

In 2014, the world economy remained stuck in the same rut that it has been in since emerging from the 2008 global financial crisis. Despite seemingly strong government action in Europe and the United States, both economies suffered deep and prolonged downturns. The gap between where they are and where they most likely would have been had the crisis not erupted is huge. In Europe, it increased over the course of the year.
Published in News
Elections around the world are globally recognised for evoking high rising emotions of anticipation, optimism, fear and magic moments. The Mauritian general election held last week was no exception.  This was a clear cut opportunity for Mauritians to voice out their frustrations and concerns over issues which penetrate and affect their lives personally.
Published in Tribune
Many candidates are in the race to contest the general elections on December 10 for the first time. Just like Martin Luther King claimed, everyone has a dream. Dreams for a better future for oneself, for the family, for a group or community, for the country… News on Sunday approached some of them to find out about their dreams for Mauritius.
Published in News
Sunday, 23 November 2014 07:00

More women in politics

We need to reflect on certain jobs which keep women shy away due to certain complexes. Why is it that many women refrain to take an active part in politics?
Published in Point de Vue
Sunday, 19 October 2014 07:00

Packaging politics

« Ainsi, le bon stratège contraint l’ennemi et ne se laisse pas contraindre par lui. » Les dirigeants de l’alliance MSM-PMSD-ML seraient-ils des adeptes de Sun Tzu ? N’empêche qu’ils ont appliqué à la lettre cette leçon du maître chinois (dans le domaine militaire).
Published in Blog
Veda Baloomoody has been member of the MMM since 1985. He was first elected in 1995 in constituency No 8 and again in 2000. In 2010, he stood as candidate and won in Constituency No 1 where he will present himself again. Barrister by profession, Baloomoody shares with News on Sunday his views on the current political situation.
Published in Interview
Sen Ramsamy, Director of Tourism Business Intelligence, has had a long and fruitful career in the tourism sector in Mauritius and the region. He recently entered politics by joining the Muvman Liberater, led by former MMM member Ivan Collendavelloo, though he believes he can serve the country without being a Minister or a Member of Parliament.
Published in Interview
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