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Friday, 04 September 2015 14:00

This Sunday : 50 speed cameras will be reactivated

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As from midnight, this Sunday 6 September 2015, 50 speed cameras will be reactivated in two phases, according to a communiqué from the Police. 25 cameras will be made operational in each phase as follows: the first phase will be operational as from 00:01 hours on 6th September 2015; second phase will be operational as from 00:01 hours on 20th September 2015.
The First Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Ministerial Blue Economy Conference took place in Mauritius on Wednesday and Thursday. The conference was an opportunity to address the first four of the eight main priority areas of the IORA. The remaining priority areas will be addressed in subsequent meetings, events and deliberations.The First Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Ministerial Blue Economy Conference took place in Mauritius on Wednesday and Thursday. The conference was an opportunity to address the first four of the eight main priority areas of the IORA. The remaining priority areas will be addressed in subsequent meetings, events and deliberations.
Friday, 04 September 2015 14:00

Currimjee Group celebrates its 125th Anniversary Featured

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Founded in 1890 by Currimjee Jeewanjee, the Currimjee Group is now one of the country’s biggest conglomerates. Celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, the group is a key economic player. Its President and Chairman, Bashir Currimjee, highlighted that the group is focusing on the development of a green industry.
Friday, 04 September 2015 14:00

National Audit Report 2014 : What a waste ! Featured

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Year in year out, public funds are wasted and the annual reports of the Director of Audit highlight the same problem. However, little seems to be done to remedy the situation. While some government projects never see daylight because of lack of funds, elsewhere there is a squandering of taxpayers money. This recurring situation raises the question as to whether an Auditors Court should be introduced (such as France’s system of a Cour des Comptes).
Friday, 04 September 2015 14:00

21 Advisors for former PM Navin Ramgoolam

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The Prime Minister’s Office had 21 Advisors shortly before the last election. Below is a detailed list of the advisors, their salaries and other benefits they were getting:
Friday, 04 September 2015 14:00

Synthetic Drugs

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Opposition MP Ameer Meea and backbencher Malini Sewocksingh questioned the Prime Minister of the new types of synthetic drugs on the market, including Wazabi, Black Mamba, C’est pas bien.
The first session of the Sixth National Assembly was held on Tuesday 1st September with the Honourable Deputy Speaker, Adrien Duval, in the Chair. First, the Prime Minister made announcements concerning the deaths of former President of India, Abdul Kalam and former MPs – L’Homme and Sir Pierre Simonet as well as that of the Clerk of the Assembly, Rivaltz Quenette.
The Governor of the Bank of Mauritius, Ramesh Basant Roi, commenting in the last meeting of the MPC stated that “there is the need to repair the transmission mechanism of monetary policy so as to ensure that monetary policy impulses are efficiently transmitted to the real economy.” This statement underlines that the Central Banker wants to review the Monetary Policy Framework. News on Sunday sought views of professionals of the sector to know the reasons why such a review is necessary.
Amrine Fareedun, 24, holds a diploma in Management. However, she had a chance encounter with the world of art. Driven by her creativity and love for design, she is now director of Amrine’s Canvas Painting. Her prime marketing tool remains Facebook. She is passionate about her newly-found career. Let’s share her path towards self-employment.
33-year-old Shane Appanah is a passionate young businessman. He is the CEO of GCQTECH Ltd. This week, he talks to News on Sunday concerning the IT sector in Mauritius and the challenges which young entrepreneurs have to face.
Veemany Moonsamy is all excited and thrilled. This young singer, hailing from Quatre Bornes, has recently bagged the first runner up award at the International Superstar 2015 organised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, by Astro TV, Malaysia.
Liyakat Polin has been released from jail on Wednesday after having spent 15 years behind bars. He was convicted for the shoot out that occurred on 26 October 1996 at Gorah Issac Street in Plaine-Verte. In the shoot out, three political activists of the defunct MMM/ Labour Party alliance were killed.
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