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Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Sustainable Development Economics

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Two schools of thought tend to dominate today’s economic debates. According to free-market economists, governments should cut taxes, reduce regulations, reform labor laws, and then get out of the way to let consumers consume and producers create jobs. According to Keynesian economics, governments should boost total demand through quantitative easing and fiscal stimulus. Yet neither approach is delivering good results. We need a new Sustainable Development Economics, with governments promoting new types of investments.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Cité Zen 2014 rewards the youth

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The 2014 edition of awareness campaign on road safety by ‘Cité Zen’ ended on Friday 21 November during an award ceremony. The winners of the various competitions, held during the year to educate the youth about road safety, received their awards at the headquarters of Vivo Energy Mauritius, the initiator of the project.
Heerah Oomeyr Matteo, 24, graduated in Communication Studies with a specialisation in journalism.  He works in the prevocational department of a secondary school and is also a part-time model at Heat Agency.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Rohan Nuckchady : The Maths Lover

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Mathematics can be the nightmare of many but, for Rohan Nuckchady, it has no mysteries. At 17 years old, he won the first prize of the Ramanujan Contest 2014, organised by the University of Mauritius in collaboration with the Srinivasa Ramanujan Trust of Mauritius. His dream is to later teach physics at university level.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Sugarush : The first American pastry shop

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A world of rich, velvety and yummy cupcakes with silky cream cheese toppings, what more to wish for? Indulge in the only American pastry shop on the island. Sugarush, at Curepipe, proposes a variety of cupcakes, cookies, cheese cake balls, cake pops with tasty and distinctive flavours. If you are calorie conscious or vegetarian, no need to worry at all. You will be able to satisfy your sweet tooth as well.  A franchise from Manila, in the Phillipines, Michelle Mukhey-Hassamal introduces it to us. The grand launch of ‘Sugarush’ will take place in January.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Electoral campaign in December : Are businesses affected? Featured

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For many retailers and traders, December is the most profitable time of the year. In fact, it’s the time where they finally start to make some profits. For that, they gear up to cash-in on every opportunity.  However, with the general elections coinciding with the sales season, businesses are expecting a drastic fall in turnover compared to previous years.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Woolworths renovates store

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Woolworths Bagatelle has inaugurated its renovated store on Thursday 27 November 2014.  Woolworths leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the satisfaction of its customers. 
Pravina Lotoo Walia, 35, is a Horticulturist (grafting and growing of plants) and the name of her company is ‘Royal Grafters’. News on Sunday meets the agricultural professional to find out more.
Friday, 28 November 2014 14:00

Fashion Show at MGI

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The National Institute of Multi Talent Cooperative and Entrepreneurship organised a Fashion Show on Thursday 20 November 2014. Students of the Institute had the chance to showcase their clothing designer talent.
Ajay Gunness, treasurer of the MMM, is candidate for the Labour- MMM alliance in constituency No10 (Montagne Blanche/Grand River South East).  Minister of Public Infrastructure in 2005, Ajay Gunness says that the electoral campaign is going on very well.
Ivan Collendavelloo is a well-known personality in Mauritian politics. Barrister-at-law, he ended his long adherence with the Mouvement Militant Mauricien (MMM) when the party forged an alliance with the Labour Party. Living up to his principles, he founded Muvman Liberater (ML) and became one of the pillars of Alliance Lepep. He is standing as candidate against his former leader Paul Bérenger in the stronghold of his former party, Constituency No 19 (Stanley/Rose Hill).
Friday, 21 November 2014 14:00

And miles to go before...

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The countdown has begun; three days are left for the Nomination day and nineteen days until the election. The week has been full of action after the proclamation of names of candidates for both Alliance PTr/MMM and Alliance Lepep.