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JCI Port-Louis celebrated its 100th Business forum on the theme “economic development led by ideas.” The main speakers were CEO of the Swan Group Mr Louis Rivalland, consultant and economist Mr Pierre Dinan and the founder of Business Magazine Lindsay Rivière.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Happy hour : When socialising is good for business

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A new type of business is mushrooming around the country. Many hotels, bars, restaurants and lounges are adopting the concept of “happy hour” where you can have a quick bite before dinner and drink as much you want at a discounted price while hanging out with your friends after a hard day at work.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

The importance of providing social aids

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Government spent an amount of Rs 22,691 million on Social Security and Welfare in 2012. The main components were the Basic Retirement Pension with a share of 35.2%, followed by Public Service Pensions, 18.6 %. Social Aids, on its part accounted for 3.1% of the total amount. However, despite the little contribution, Social Aids are considered essential to help less fortunate citizens to come out of the poverty trap.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

MITD awards certificates to 109 trainees

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The trainees have successfully completed the Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management (Hospitality pathway), Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management (Culinary Arts pathway), Diploma in Tourism Management, and Goethe Zentrum Certificate, on Saturday at Ebène.
The 18th Mauritius Model United Nations Conference at National Level took place on Thursday 28 August at the MGI, Moka. After the brilliant success of the first Zonal MUN, the best speakers from the four zones came forward to share their ideas, debate, negotiate and resolve conflicts on the National MUN platform.
The alliance between Labour and the MMM is the current buzz. News on Sunday sought the views of students at the University of Mauritius.
There is no discrimination in stating that foreign products are very much appreciated and preferred by Mauritians, compared to local ones. Is there any guarantee that foreign products are better than local products?
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Accidents : Are our roads safe enough?

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Almost everyday, we hear about a tragic and deadly accident happening on our roads. In spite of the measures implemented by the government, the number of accidents has not decreased, according to latest statistics.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Promoting Swiss tourism in Mauritius

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Tourism Minister Michael Sik Yuen and Dr. Karl Mootoosamy of the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority met important travel trade partners in cooperation with AVIAREPS on Monday. The objective is to increase the number of Swiss tourist arrivals to Mauritius. The first meeting laid much emphasis on the touristic diversity of Mauritius. 
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Viraj Ramharai : Saving lives at sea

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Ten years ago, it was by chance that Viraj Ramharai discovered his true calling: surf lifesaving. Today, as the vice-president of the International Life Savers Africa and the founder of Surf Life Saving Association of Mauritius, he is embarking into a new project: a 20-km swim across at Belle Mare for fundraising purposes.
Chitra Bhatoo, 23, earns her living from her childhood passion. She considers photography an art of capturing moments in life. News on Sunday discovers the photographer’s world through the eyes of this young lady.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Gaytree Bhurut: Living out of a suitcase

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She is a young, dynamic and passionate Consultant and Trainer in Management systems. She has visited several countries and experienced many incidents that are quite surprising and amusing. News on Sunday brings to you the busy life of a modern working professional. 

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