28 August 2014
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Despite being recognised among the best retailers and suppliers of quality garments of the world and a role model in terms of social compliance and working environment, says Maurice De Latour, Chairman of Mauritius United States Business Association (MUSBA) and Director of MVL Marketing Ltd, our textile industry still needs Trade Preferential Agreements with the EU, the US and South Africa within SADC to be able to compete against the gigantic manufacturers. In the interview which follows, the Chairman of MUSBA highlights that our industry cannot survive or continue to create new jobs for our people if we do not offset with these Trade Preferential Agreements including the AGOA.
Pineapple is by far one of the most favoured tropical fruits produced in Mauritius. Not so long ago, local farmers involved with the cultivation of pineapples could sell their products only on the local market.
For those who have a sweet tooth and love the fairy tale ‘Hansel and Gretel’, they will love this place. As we step into Gerard’s place, which is situated in the vicinity of the Cathedral Saint Louis and the Champ de Mars, the smell of cakes being baked in the oven made our mouth water.
I was deeply saddened to learn of the demise of my long time dear friend and ‘brother’, Jagdeesh Goop Fokeer or simply “Jack”, as he was known to me and his c;ose friends, that occurred a few weeks back.
Following the imbroglio created by the communiqué of the Prime Minister’s Office on the Chagos issue, Fernand Mandarin, President of the ‘Comité Social Chagossien’ called our office to express his complete distress on the current situation. News on Sunday asked him about the reasons thereof.
Dressed in his white striped shirt and black pants, Riyaad, 33, will take you up in the air. Currently living in South Africa, he is a passionate young man who wants to live his life to the full and fulfill his dreams. News On Sunday meets this young Mauritian pilot.
English educator Brinda Hurnauth has been selected for the prestigious Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, a one-year exchange program funded by the U.S. Department of State. She departed for the U.S. during the week to attend Pennsylvania State University where her field of study will be “Teaching English as a Foreign Language”.
If you want to stimulate your mind, or experience a world full of mysteries, or simply have fun and a break from your routine, then this place is made for you and your family. The first illusion house in Mauritius has opened its doors in Chamarel, Black River.
Laborieuse, courageuse et persévérante, Stéphanie Moussa s’est vue dans l’obligation d’exercer le métier d’apprentie-maçon pour pouvoir joindre les deux bouts. Le travail ne lui fait pas peur. Pour cette épouse et mère de quatre enfants, aider son époux à subvenir au mieux aux besoins de leur famille demeure sa priorité.
In just 13 years, the enrolment rate of Mauritian students in tertiary institutions has increased four-fold. The presence of post-secondary institutions and universities (public and private), higher intake in institutions, the availability of part-time and distance education programmes, the delocalisation of campuses, and financial aids among others have boosted the sector.
Friday, 08 August 2014 14:00

University of Technology Mauritius

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University of Technology Mauritius is a relatively new University. Founded in 2000 by an Act of the National Assembly, it started operations the following year with a modest number of students in a two-state infrastructure inherited from former institutions and two schools in operation. Over these past few years, the University has grown and has gained a significant place in the landscape of higher education in Mauritius.
Acting District Magistrate Padmini D. Mauree sitting at the district Court of Rose-Hill has dismissed the case against MC Vision following an information lodged by the Municipality of Quatre- Bornes for failing to pay to the local authority such fees as may be prescribed by the Council whilst carrying out a classified trade within the administrative area of that local authority.

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