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Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

President to open science conference in UK

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Dr Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, President of the Republic, will open a major conference on Africa’s science and technology agenda next weeks on July 21, hosted by the Planet Earth Institute (PEI) - an international NGO working for the ‘scientific independence of Africa’.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Refund of investment to Bramer clients

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In a communiqué, the National Property Fund informs eligible investors who have invested less than Rs 500,000 in (i) Bramer Property Fund Ltd, (ii) Hennessy Capital Ltd, (iii) Hennessy Investment Trust/Balanced Growth Fund, (iv) Discretionary Portfolio Management and (v) Bramser Services Group Ltd that they will be refunded the capital amount invested on 31 July 2015 after a deduction of 15%.
Nobody wants to die. You see it everywhere, primarily in the beauty industry where anti-ageing creams are in abundance and posters aimed at those aged over 50 show completely unrealistic expectations of what you could look like when you’re that age.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

For all animal lovers

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Ever thought of having a pet but not too happy of the conditions in which animals are kept in pet shops? Then head to Zoomania, a newly opened pet shop in Grand Baie. The person behind this unique concept dedicated to all animal lovers is the international model and businessman Om Lombard.
The telecommunications company Emtel has a launched a housing project in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility programme. Families living below the poverty line will benefit from 25 houses to be constructed in regions such Pamplemousses, Rivière du Rempart, Moka and Flacq. The company’s CEO, Shyam Roy, has handed a Rs 3.8 million cheque to the Minister of Social Integration, Pradeep Roopun, to this effect. The ceremony was held on Thursday July 9, at EmtelWorld in Ebène. Some of the beneficiaries were present.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Using ERP and CRM in business

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is an enterprise-wide information system that facilitates the flow of information and coordinates all resources and activities within the organisation. The ERP system assists in managing the connections to outside stakeholders as well as enhancing performance management. It uses a centralised database and usually relies on a common computing platform. It provides the user with a unified, consistent and uniform environment.
Mauritius and Zambia have signed an Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (IPPA). The new IPPA will further reinforce and deepen economic cooperation between the two countries.
As from January 2016, no production or sale of plastic bags will be allowed. This decision was taken by government more than six months ago in its drive to turn the island into a sustainable one. The mind-set of consumers is already prepared for such a change. However, the main concern remains the substitutes.
The real estate property sector has been the driving force of our economy for the past decade. Official figures of the Bank of Mauritius indicate that this sector attracted the largest chunk of FDI annually. However, with an explosion in the number of projects and rising prices, will we soon be in bubble territory?
An increasing number of persons are taking up photography as a hobby. However, most people are unaware that Mauritius has a photographic museum. The international press has described the museum as “one of the biggest preservation work of the 20th century.” Let’s get ready to zoom, focus and shoot...
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Africa’s opportunity in Addis

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This week, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital and a city full of symbolic importance for all of Africa, will host the Third International Conference on Financing for Development. Most developing countries hold high expectations for the conference.
Friday, 17 July 2015 14:00

Business Facilitation : As important as incentives Featured

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The promised ‘second economic miracle’ urgently needs a fully streamlined investment climate for fast realisation of projects in order to create jobs and opportunities. With high expectations, growing impatience and sluggish growth, business facilitation is seen as the sine qua non for making investment happen.
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