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He might be only 25 years old, but Joël Cléopâtre is currently the CEO of Adecco Mauritius for one month. This week, we meet this dashing young man in his office. Calm, vigilant and a striking young man, Joël is working hard to become CEO of Adecco International.
Full of life and with a positive attitude, Meghna is a young youth advocate on Sustainable Development Practices and a freelance researcher on Education for Sustainability (EFS), youth leadership and sustainable development practices.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

Pamplemousses RYC : Talent and Music Show

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The Pamplemousses Regional Youth Council organised a grand Talent and Music Show on Saturday June 20 at the Riche Terre Mall in collaboration with Island Haze and  other sponsors. The event took place around several activities promoting talents and giving youngsters an opportunity to perform on stage without going through any stressful competition.
The Fashion and Design Institute, which operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Consumer Protection, organised its annual and much awaited exhibition on Thursday July 2 at Ebene.
Friday, 10 July 2015 14:00

Le Souffleur : Far from the madding crowd

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Tired of the busy city hustle bustle? Want to escape the beeps of cars? Then why not make a getaway to the south. You will feel relaxed hearing the chirps of the birds and the waves crushing at Le Souffleur.
If you are looking for anything digital or manufacturing of signs, then Creative Sign is a choice destination. Since its launch, the company has built a reputation in terms of its reliability. The promoters have left no stone unturned to adapt themselves to the rapid technological evolution.
The CEO of Le Defi Media Group (LDMG) was the guest of Jean-Luc Emile in “Le Grand Journal” of Radio Plus on Monday afternoon 29 June. Ehshan Kodarbux took the opportunity to explain the controversy that opposes LDMG to Le Mauricien, but also talked on the independence of the Mauritian press in general. Here are excerpts of the interview...
The leader of the MSM Pravind Jugnauth has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment on Thursday by the Intermediate Court following his trial in the MedPoint case. Magistrates Niroshini Ramsoondar and Azam Neerooa gave lecture of the sentence imposed on Pravind Jugnauth, following the guilty verdict pronounced against him on Tuesday. The custodial sentence may be commuted to Community Service following a social enquiry on the former Minister. The defence lawyers will submit their grounds of appeal on 16th July.
The leader of the MSM Pravind Jugnauth has been sentenced to 12 months imprisonment by the Intermediate Court for conflict of interest. What will be the implications of this decision on his future given that he was apparent heir to the post of Prime Minister? This judgement comes as a stumbling block for the government and his party who were getting ready for the handover of power to the successor of Sir Anerood Jugnauth.
Friday, 03 July 2015 14:00

Why was Jugnauth proven guilty ?

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The Information and Communication Technology Minister, Pravind Jugnauth, has been found guilty of conflict of interest under the Prevention of Corruption Act (POCA) by the Intermediate Court on Tuesday. In a judgement consisting of some 32 pages, the two Magistrates have found him guilty as charged.
Many reactions followed the sentencing of Pravind Jugnauth to twelve months imprisonment by the Intermediate Court on Thursday afternoon. The leader of the MSM made a first statement on his conviction while leaving the Court.
Friday, 03 July 2015 14:00

Pr Sunjiv Soyjaudah new TEC director

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The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) has appointed Sunjiv Soyjaudah, Professor of the University of Mauritius (UoM), as the new director. However, it is Education Minister Leela Devi Dookun who will have to give the final approval to confirm the appointment of a lecturer at the head of the regulatory body for higher education.
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