29 August 2015
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Vivo Energy Mauritius has appointed an ambassador for Shell FuelSave in Mauritius. It is the director of Ruben Racing Ltd, Ruben Bacha who has been nominated. He gave a brilliant performance during the Shell FuelSave competition. He used only 3.7 litres of fuel for 100km.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

Malaysian Fashion week

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The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) partnered with STYLO is organising a Malaysian Fashion Week (MFW) and FACIT@INTRADE exhibition from 4th-7th November 2015. The Malaysian Fashion Week is unlike any other Fashion event in the world and the FACIT@INTRADE is a trade exhibition with latest designs.
The MCCI Business Confidence Indicator for the 2nd quarter of 2015 was released on Monday. The index experienced a slight increase to stand at 89.9 points, following two previous quarters of improvements. The report also considers cross-sectoral confidence levels and analyses the situation for enterprises of different sizes. Factors influencing the level of confidence are also included.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

ICT sector : A major employer till when?

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Considered as an economic pillar, the ICT sector has grown considerably to become a leading source of employment and a major contributor to the country’s GDP. According to Statistics Mauritius, in 2014, this sector employed 14,747 persons as compared to 12,826 four years ago. However, there is a lack of qualified applicants for some expert openings. Concurrently, some fields pose a heightened risk of saturation. News on Sunday proposes an overview of the future of this sector.
Entrepreneurs will have to make the most of the various benefits that the government is offering and this is a strong signal to economic actors that it is time we put all our energies and resources together for local development.
Supertech Equipment Ltd already forms part of the Top 100 companies in Mauritius. Its young director, Saif Khan Chady, ambitions to make his company reach even greater heights. The company is very active in the regional market.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

A long struggle

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Two decades have elapsed since the Dubai-based businessman, Dr. Mohamed Al Abdulla, came up with the idea of setting up a recycling plant for used engine oil in Mauritius. At first, the Mauritian government and its various departments had shown a keen interest in the project but as time went by, they shied away from the project. 
Rwanda has been ranked as Africa’s most efficient government followed by Mauritius and South Africa in the Global Competitive Report 2014-2015. The country was also ranked the 7th most efficient government globally. The latest report, released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), put this small central African nation ahead of Malaysia, Switzerland and Luxembourg, which are placed 8th, 9th and 10th, respectively.
A factory that will recycle used engine oil into diesel, domestic gas, tar and other by-products will be built in Cluny very soon. Al Abdulla Petroleum Co Ltd, which is investing US $ 3 million in the project, obtained its EIA License on 22 July last.
Wholly devoted to Mauritius, the Blue Penny Museum is nestled in the heart of Port Louis at the Caudan Waterfront. A visit to the contemporary museum is a must for young and old who wish to deepen their knowledge of the island.
22-year-old Nelvin is a dynamic young man who wrote his first book when he was only 18. He also his own society under that time. At university too, he dedicated his time to the students. This young man makes us discover his world.
Friday, 07 August 2015 14:00

Vanessa Manrakhan : From LLB to glamour

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Beauty pageants have reached unprecendented heights in recent years. Mauritius is all set to welcome a new competition: Miss Eco. The person behind this initiative is Vanessa Manrakhan.
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