28 January 2015
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Mauritius ranks 34th among 146 countries where it is good to do business, according to the Forbes ninth annual survey of the Best Countries for Business 2014 released in end December.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Vegetable consumption : Escalating prices Featured

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The production and consumption of vegetables face increasingly difficult situations. As a result of the recent heavy rains and high temperatures, not only the prices rose but the plantations were greatly affected. With the coming of cyclone ‘Bansi’, the “tente bazaar” will suffer more in the coming weeks.
2015 seems to be a year of happenings in Mauritius. With the new government in place since one month already, and some electoral promises already translated into reality, all eyes are now focused on the forthcoming Budget, scheduled for early March 2015. Budget 2015 is set to lay the foundations of the promised ‘second economic miracle’. News on Sunday tours the priority sectors of the economy.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Food price fluctuations in 2015

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This year, major changes are expected in the prices of most food stuffs. What are the products that will cost more and what are those that will be cheaper? News on Sunday reports…
Forget about 9-year schooling. The expiry date was 2002 when 11-year schooling was introduced - free and compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16.
2015 is already here and News on Sunday highlights the main vision of young professionals in different sectors. All of them hope for a prospective and innovative Mauritius.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Charlie Hebdo : French freedom of speech a myth

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Years of taunting, insulting and humiliating caricatures of the revered prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and immigrants, Blacks and Muslims by the satirical Charlie Hebdo magazine has resulted in what the French authorities have long warned against, an explosion of violence leading to the tragic deaths and injuries of over 20 persons.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Don’t Bet on a Stronger Dollar

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Economic pundits, almost without exception, are predicting a stronger dollar in 2015 – an expectation that is leading investors to place some very large bets. But that market strategy could turn out to be a very large mistake.
Anushka Gopeechund, an engineer by profession, has set herself apart by winning the “Women Super Achiever Award” at the 4th Africa India Partnership Summit 2014.  Her work has been acknowledged not only on a national level but also internationally.
Friday, 16 January 2015 14:00

Tattoo : A sign of expression

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The tattoo craze is sweeping across the country, mostly among the youth, boys and girls. why are tattoos are so popular today. News On Sunday interviewed various yougsters to know why they are adopting this fashion.
The beauty of the southern coast of Mauritius lies in its swollen waves furiously crushing against the craggy basaltic cliffs due to the absence of coral reefs. La Roche Qui Pleure (literally: the weeping rock) near Gris Gris is a very attractive spot.
Aged 26, Charlotte Doorbijowah has opened her first formal garments shop named ‘Elle et Lui Boutique’ at Chaussée Street, Port Louis, in October 2014. Passionate, well-determined and creative, this young lady has decided to specialise in the sale of formal garments.