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Varsha Bishundut has been elected as the President of the Network Panel of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). She explains her role, the challenges accountants face today as well as highlights the profession’s role in good governance.
The Ministry of Health and Quality of Life is calling for viewpoints from the community at large, NGOs and religious bodies on the Human Tissue (Removal, Preservation and Transplant) Act 2006.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Tackling domestic violence

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The Ministry of Gender Equality, Child Development and Family Welfare  is calling upon religious bodies to get involved in addressing the problem of gender-based violence (GBV), particularly domestic violence,  through the Shared Faith Belief Programme (SFBP).
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Star Knitwear : What’s next?

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This week has been quite decisive for the company Star Knitwear. On Wednesday, the Ministry of Finance Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo announced the resumption of the company. “Nobody wants to see 1,600 employees of Star Knitwear lose their jobs. That is why I decided to intervene last Friday,” he said.  
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Not easy to extradite Soornack

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The lawyer of the businesswoman Nandanee Soornack, Raj Boodhoo, claimed that it will not be easy to extradite his client from Italy. Since the beginning of the year, the CCID has initiated an investigation against Nandanee Soornack.
In a press conference to review the first six months of his government on Thursday, the Prime Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth announced that he will stay till the end of his term. “If I’m here today, it is because I have undertaken responsibilities and I will accomplish them unless God decides otherwise, I do not know.
Golden opportunity for Veeren Coomaren, former director of Human Resources of the Mauritius Duty Free Paradise (MDFP)  who resigned on 7th  May from his post. He is entitled for a pay of Rs 3.3 million because of his resignation.
Are municipal council elections still relevant today given that most decisions are taken by the central government? News on Sunday sought the comments of two persons closely involved in local administration. Chit Dukhira has spent his whole career in the affairs of municipal councils while Lutchmeeparsad Ramsahok was Minister of Local Government in 1983.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Time for change in the administration of our towns Featured

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The municipal elections are only two days away. There has been much debate over the powers vested upon local government. This week, we have solicited the views of former Lord Mayor of Port Louis Bashir Khodabux and political observer Ram Seegobin. If Bashir Khodabux believes that the councillors are nowadays less devoted, Ram Seegobin blames the legislation for this situation.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

The last furlong

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We are only two days away from the municipal elections. The daily excitement will give way to politics across the five towns: Vacoas/Phoenix, Quatre Bornes, Curepipe, Beau Bassin/Rose Hill and Port Louis. Political parties are making a last push to secure a few more votes. The final countdown begins.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

Young professionals seeking thrills Featured

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You must have surely seen them dressed up smartly: pants, classical shirts, suits, ties, classical dresses. Managers, consultants or the likes, they are always formally dressed and very formal in their approach. This week we make you discover another pleasant part of their lives.
Friday, 12 June 2015 14:00

The quiet financial revolution begins

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Steadily and indisputably, the financial services industry – with which we all interact, whether as borrowers, savers, investors, or regulators – has embarked on a multiyear transformation. This process, slow at first, has been driven by the combined impact of two sets of durable forces.
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