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Friday, 14 August 2015 14:00

Zea jewellery : High quality output

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Finely and elegantly crafted jewellery that transcend time – this is what Zea jewellery shop is all about. Founded by German master goldsmith Martin Beffert, Zea offers unique masterpieces handcrafted in Moka. Also offering bespoke services, Zea highly believes in the value for money concept.
Friday, 14 August 2015 11:00

BOI Ghana office to spur investment

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Ghana’s investment drive with Mauritius has yielded positive results, with the Board of Investment planning to open an office in Ghana to facilitate all investment projects. The decision was initially taken when the BOI led a technical mission to Ghana in May last year.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Najib said experts examining the debris in France had “conclusively confirmed” it was from the aircraft. The parts were found on Reunion Island last week. However, investigators have stopped short of confirming the link, saying only that it is highly likely. The Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people veered off course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.
Magistrate Wendy Rangan, sitting at the Criminal Division of the Intermediate Court,  has found Christophe Denis Philippe and Jean Rito Collet guilty for having participated in the hold-up of Total Filling Station, situated at Plaine des Papayes, on 21 March 2008. The third accused, Poovendren Vydeelygum, has been found guilty for possession of a machete.
Vinay Nundhoo was convicted to 18 years’ penal servitude after he was found guilty for manslaughter of Jacques Chan Lim Wan. After his successful appeal before the Court of Criminal Appeal, his sentence has been reduced by one year.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

Minister Alain Wong : “My door is always open” Featured

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The Minister of Civil Service and Administrative reforms, Alain Wong, reiterates his faith in the commitment and good will of public officers. His door, he assures, is always open for those who need him. In view of emerging challenges, Alain Wong believes that expectations regarding the Civil Service are very high. The Minister declares great responsibilities rest on the shoulders of public officers to make our future brighter.
The Society for Free Radicals Research-Africa (SFRR-Africa) held its 9th International Conference at the Hennessy Park Hotel, in Ebène last week. The chosen theme was: Translational Science and Drug discovery – Impact on Health, Wellness, Environment and Economics’. News on Sunday asked Professor Theeshan Bahorun, the National Research Chair, to explain the role research plays in a country’s economic development and the implications of free radicals.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

Sex trafficking : The reality behind the curtains Featured

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Mauritius has always been known for its business opportunities, sandy beaches and sun. However, this so-called paradise island as has hit international headlines for the gruesome business of prostitution. News On Sunday investigates the reality of sex trafficking.
The Prime Minister, Sir Anerood Jugnauth, is back after a three-week holiday in London. Future economic development and planning will be one of his top priorities. By the end of August, he will kick off the Vision 2030 blueprint for renewed economic dynamism. Government is set on to make this event outstanding and awe-inspiring.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

Road security : New rules for offences

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New rules have been issued regarding road traffic offences to curb the increasing number of fatalities on the country’s highways and tackle reckless behaviours. If a driver violates six of the regulations of the First Schedule of the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act 2015 over a period of two years, the authorities will suspend his driving licence. The person will have to wait for six months to get it back. The First Schedule Road Traffic includes the following penalties:
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

New Radisson Blu beach resorts

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Carlson Rezidor has announced new Radisson Blu beach resorts in Mauritius: the Radisson Blu Azuri Resort & Spa, Mauritius (100 rooms), the Radisson Blu Azuri Residence & Suites, Mauritius (57 residences) and the Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa, Mauritius (100 rooms) are conversions of existing properties and will already be rebranded in Q3 2015.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

MW Equipment leases conveyor belts to SMEs

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MW Equipment is a new business recently launched in Riche Terre, on the motorway between Toyota and Jumbo. The company will provide extremely low rental prices on specialised construction equipment to small and large builders alike.
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