26 July 2014
Petites Annonces Gratuite
FacebookTwitterGoogle PlusLinkedin
News on Sunday

News on Sunday

The object of this Bill is to make special provision regarding the declaration of a candidate as to his community for the next general election, pending the subsuming of the Best Loser system in a different method of allocating additional seats.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

Satisfaction and fears

Written by
About a dozen MPs will debate on the Transitional Provisions Bill today, Friday, in Parliament. Among them, there are Paul Bérenger, Alan Ganoo, Pravind Jugnauth, the three PMSD MPs Xavier-Luc Duval, Aurore Perraud and Thierry Henry.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

Archbishop Justin Portal Welby

Written by
The Archbishop of Canterbury arrives in Mauritius on Friday 4 July for a two-day official visit. In November 2012, Bishop Justin Portal Welby, bishop of Durham for a year, was appointed as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

Emirates to land twice daily

Written by
Emirates will serve Mauritius with a double daily A380 service from 1st December this year. This second A380, which will operate as flight EK 703/704, replaces the existing Boeing 777 operation and increases Emirates’ capacity on the route by 19%, further meeting the demand on the route and demonstrating the growth of Mauritius as a global destination.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

GEF allocates Rs 345 million

Written by
The Global Environment Facility (GEF) has approved a grant to the tune of Rs 345 million for Mauritius under the Country Allocation for the period of July 2014-2018.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

Green Economy Assessment for Mauritius

Written by
A validation workshop of Green Economy Assessment for Mauritius, organised by the Maurice Ile Durable (MID) Commission in collaboration with the University of Mauritius (UOM) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), was held on Monday and Tuesday at Clos St Louis, Domaine Les Pailles. 
Mauritian students looking forward to going to the UK for their studies must now start preparing for their journey, including applying for the Student Visa. In a bid to make sure that prospective students know the procedures for submitting and processing visa applications, the British High Commission and British Council organised a briefing session on Thursday with Paul Michael, Entry Clearance Officer based in Pretoria. 
DR JACK KEEL: Parliament resumes this afternoon!
MR HIDING: It’s like children going back to school after the long holidays.
Regional Treasury Management, Wealth Management and Listing and Capital Raising. These are the new niches and financial products which the Government intends to develop in order to consolidate the position of Mauritius as a premier investment and financial centre of choice for the region. This decision has been taken by the Financial Services Consultative Council (FSCC) that met on Monday under the Chairmanship of Mr Dev Manraj, the Financial Secretary.
The UN eGovernment Survey is out and Mauritius is the first country in sub-Saharan region which got the High EGDI (Between 0.50 and 0.75). Mauritius has progressed from 93rd in 2012 to 76th in 2014, hence gaining 17 ranks. In the African region, Mauritius is ranked 2nd after Tunisia which is at the 75th place. The EDGI for Mauritius is 0.5338 with online services Index at 0.4724, telecommunication infrastructure Index at 0.4406 and Human Capital Index at 0.6882. 
In its report entitled ‘Labour force, Employment and Unemployment’, Statistics Mauritius points out that from the first quarter of 2013 to the first quarter 2014, out of 45,300 unemployed persons, about 32,100 (71%) had previous working experience.  What are the causes and consequences?  News on Sunday reports.
Friday, 04 July 2014 14:00

Mauritius strengthens ties with Tanzania

Written by
The Honorary Consul of Mauritius in Tanzania, Mr Abbas Rizvi, has pledged to heighten trade relations between Dar es Salaam and Port Louis, particularly in agri-business and promotion of tourism between the two countries.

News On Sunday Popular Articles

Google+