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Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

MCB group to restructure

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The Mauritius Commercial Bank Limited (MCB) proposes to separate its Banking and Non-Banking operations and raise capital in order to position the Group for future growth.
they claim that the municipality did not deem it appropriate to clear the mess caused by floods at the Monneron market fair. “It should be noted that we are not illegal hawkers as we pay a trade fee to occupy fair stalls here, however, nothing was done and all traders were forced to clean up the mess caused by the overflowing Pouce Stream and cater to the structural damages by themselves,” a trader said.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

Flash flood, fast food

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DR JACK KEEL: How did you spend the national mourning day on Monday?
MR HIDING: Mourning. And you?
After the MMM-MSM opposition, it is now the turn of the Black Saturday Committee, regrouping several NGOs, civil society pressure groups and social workers to demand the resignation of Public Infrastructure Minister Anil Bachoo, whom they hold responsible for the tragic floods of Saturday 30, March.
The nation was hit by tragedy on Saturday last when eleven persons died following flashfloods in the region of the capital city, Port Louis. Ever since, several questions have been raised regarding measures that ought to have been taken by the government to prevent such tragic loss of lives in case of flash floods. Most of these concerns are very pertinent and legitimate though some might argue that natural disasters are beyond our control. 
“If you work just for money, you’ll never make it but if you love what you are doing and always put the customer first, success will be yours,” Ray Krock said.  In today’s world, it is difficult to find such people who put quality and customers at the frontline.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

Heman Mukhood – The Culinary Artiste

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Food. It is one of the most important things in our lives. It fuels our bodies, it is integral to many of our societal and cultural interactions, and it can even bring people together and create memories. Imagine a birthday party without a cake or New Year without a big family dinner. Pretty hard, right? Heman spends his days preparing food for people to enjoy, which makes him part of an important and often rewarding career. According to him becoming a chef is not as simple as just cooking.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

Deadly floods – How or rather why did it happen? Featured

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11 killed, wrecked cars, damaged infrastructures and broken hearts: these are the consequences of the devastating flood that hit Port Louis on March 30. Many still find it hard to believe the catastrophe that took in the capital by surprise, leaving the whole population distraught. Even the authorities were helpless to cope with the situation. However, the people of Mauritius showed how brave and united they were regardless of age, colour, class and creed. News on Sunday revisits the Black Saturday…
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

Silence followed by shouting Featured

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The order paper of the second session No 2 of 2013 of the National Assembly contained the usual agenda with announcements, papers, questions, motion, statements by Ministers and Public Bills but because of special circumstances, the House met only to answer the Private Notice Question of the Leader of the Opposition put to the Prime Minister with regard to the heavy rainfalls and flashfloods which occurred on Saturday 30 March 2013 in Port Louis and which resulted in the death of eleven persons.
Friday, 05 April 2013 12:00

Henrietta – A picturesque destination

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Mark Twain was surely impressed by the many dream scenes across the country to have likened it to a paradise. They must have surely caught his attention and cast a spell on him leading him to say that God made paradise to its image.
Friday, 29 March 2013 14:40

SADC Gender Summit rewards best practices

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Sixteen people have been selected to represent Mauritius and compete in the next regional summit of the SADC Gender Protocol at Johannesburg, South Africa on 22-24 April. 2013.
Friday, 29 March 2013 14:39

Doubts and uncertainties

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This week was marked by the resumption of the National Assembly. All eyes were focused on the new Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Alan Ganoo who had the thorny task of stepping in the shoes of Mr. Paul Bérenger. The latter shone by his absence, for medical reasons, in the hemicycle.

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