26 May 2015
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The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) in collaboration with the Board of Investment Mauritius (BOI), Enterprise Mauritius (EM) and Mauritius Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI) organised a One on One Business Meeting with the Malaysian companies on Wednesday 20th and Thursday 21st at Le Meridien.
Want to experience high emotions, passion and sensation? Want to leave behind the buildings, cars and pollution to enjoy the peacefulness and the beauty of nature? The answer is Domaine de Lagrave.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 14:00

Uganda hosts business talks

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Uganda this week hosted an inter-Africa Ease of Doing Business Initiative (EDBI) 2015 conference this week beginning tomorrow in Kampala.
Industry and Commerce Minister Ashit Kumar Gungah has appealed to manufacturers in both developed and developing countries to outsource and offshore their business so as to respond to the rise in globalisation and increased international competition.
Laurent Chan, 65, is a self-made man. Hard work, sharp observation, good relationships and a thorough study of the market are the key elements that have led him to where he stands now.
In today’s volatile environment, business persons are experiencing challenges never seen in business history. With the advent of technology, the way of carrying business has known a drastic change. CEO of Acclivity Faiz Hossenbocus explores the new fundamentals of doing business in the 21stcentury.
With the government’s ambition to encourage entrepreneurship in Mauritius, the Cooperatives sector is gearing up for major development, in various sectors. A new Action Plan has been launched to reengineer the sector and address its major shortcomings. News on Sunday explores this field.
Finally, the suspense was over last Saturday for our young artists. Smiling, zour young artists accompanied by their parents attended the prize giving ceremony of the 4th Edition of the News on Sunday Competition on 9 May 2015 at Cascavelle Shopping Mall, Flic en Flac.
Saturday, 16 May 2015 14:00

Ile Aux Aigrettes : Pearl of Mauritius

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Want an escape in nature? Want to be transported out of time, away from the bustle of the modern world? Ile aux Aigrettes is the perfect magical place to be. Bathed in the vivid colours of the lagoon, this small, unique islet welcomes you!
Jean-Mée Desveaux, former special adviser to Ex-Deputy Prime Minister, Paul Raymond Bérenger, has lost his case for damages against Neron Publications Co. Ltd, the publisher of Le Quotidien newspaper.
The International Nurses Day, which also marks the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, is celebrated worldwide on 12 May. This year, the International Council of Nurses (ICN) has chosen the theme “Nurses: A Force for Change - Care Effective, Cost Effective”. ICN, with its headquarters based in Geneva, is a federation of more than 130 National Nursing Associations representing the millions of Nurses worldwide. News on Sunday meets Bagooaduth Kallooa, the 2nd Vice-President of ICN.
Friday, 15 May 2015 14:00

Battle over Labour Leadership continues

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The leadership of the Labour Party is under question. With the unexpected re-entry of Navin Ramgoolam into mainstream politics this week, things have taken a new direction.
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