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Friday, 01 February 2013 14:15

Renal failure – A silent disease

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More than 10,000 people suffer from renal failure in Mauritius. A serious but silent disease, renal failure is often diagnosed too late.
Europeans, ranging from the US to Australia, have always indulged in acts of land, sea and air piracy. This is how they acquired land, sea and air superiority, occupied so many countries,
decimated their populations and stolen their lands and resources.
Friday, 01 February 2013 14:10

Going Cardboard

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At the beginning of gaming there was the board. Before video games– and as impossibly archaic as it might sound – there were ‘board’ games: things made with card and glue that required imagination and literal, rather than virtual, interaction to be played.
This year, the Ministry of Education is giving the possibility to pupils who failed the Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) in first sitting to choose the prevocational line parallel with the CPE. So far, 2,000 students have chosen this option and the Minister appeals to the parents of other pupils to follow suit.
Friday, 01 February 2013 14:04

SC 2012

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The School Certificate (SC) for cohort 2012 came out on Monday. The percentage has slightly decreased with 75.74% against 76.74% for cohort 2011. The Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) will be sending its report in three months’ time for this decrease in the performance of the students.
For 22 years, she has dedicated herself to children in every sense of the word. Besides teaching Tamil, Mrs Saroja Sanjeevee inculcates in her little kids traditions, cultural values and respect for all.
Friday, 01 February 2013 13:55

Hermitage – A stroll in these villages

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There are two villages called Hermitage, one is found in Moka District, near Dagotiere and BelleTerre. The other one is a small cosy village located not far from Central Flacq and only three kilometres from Poste de Flacq. This week, Discover will take its dear readers for a stroll in Hermitage, Flacq and the neighbourhood
Friday, 01 February 2013 13:52

Zaeed Kala – A Master of the Brush Stroke

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In works rich in both allusion and painting craft, he merges careful observation, culture, and an encyclopedic knowledge of the tradition of painting.
Friday, 01 February 2013 13:51

Sayed-Hossen banks on higher Growth for 2013

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Industry Minister Cader Sayed-Hossen met the press last week to discuss the economic situation. He said the Euro zone is forecasted to improve only slightly, according to the International Monetary Fund, with a growth rate of advanced economies at around 1.5% in 2013.
DR JACK KEEL: Are you among those who think that Bérenger has staged a master show with his sickness?
The Appeal Court upheld her conviction to five years’ penal servitude by the Intermediate Court for mortal aggression of her husband.
Friday, 01 February 2013 13:38

BAI supports five NGOs

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British American Investment has extended its support to five non-governmental organisations (NGOs) involved in areas such as child protection, health or the fight against drugs.

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