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Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Phoenix and Stag Beverages fined Rs 27 m

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In her Final Report of investigation submitted as per section 51(2) of the Competition Act 2007 to the Chairperson of the Competition Commission (CCM), the Executive Director Mrs. Kiran Meetarbhan recommends the imposition of financial penalties amounting to Rs. 20, 299, 355 on Phoenix Beverages Limited and Rs. 6, 575, 377 on Stag Beverages Limited respectively.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

A woman as Deputy Commissioner of Prisons

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A first at the Mauritius Prison Services: the Disciplined Forces Service Commission has appointed Mrs Guneeta Aubeeluck as Deputy Commissioner of Prisons.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Change of Guard at British Embassy

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Outgoing British High Commissioner to Mauritius, Mr Nick Leake, paid a farewell courtesy call on the Prime Minister Dr Navinchandra Ramgoolam last Friday.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Muvman Liberater proposes radical measures

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Ivan Collendavello, leader of newly created ‘Muvman Liberater’ party, stated that he has no problem working again with the MMM in any future alliance. He was speaking on Radio Plus on Tuesday. Collendavello, who resigned from the MMM because he was against a Labour/MMM alliance, said that a coalition of MMM, PMSD and MSM is possible.
DR JACK KEEL: Have you noticed the breeze of relief that’s blowing over the country?
MR HIDING: In what respect?
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Cashing up on World Cup mania Featured

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The FIFA World Cup in Brazil this year promises to be more grand and spectacular. Mauritians, like all football fans around the globe, want to live this world event at its best. A perfect opportunity for traders to sell their products and increase their profits by offering attractive and tempting promos and gifts to World Cup fans!
While on the one hand, Mauritius is putting a lot of emphasis on the Mauritius Ile Durable concept, on the other hand, in its latest report, Statistics Mauritius highlights that import of fossils fuels is on the rise and energy production from local renewable sources is falling. Are we really on the right track? Experts discuss the issue.
Dan Maraye is spot on when he says: « La VoH agit selon les directives de Ramgoolam ».
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Mauritius sponsors Miss England 2014

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For the 3rd consecutive year, Mauritius is sponsoring Miss England pageant competition, a national event in the UK which will showcase the Mauritian destination again.
“Coming together is the Beginning, Keeping together is the Progress, Working together is the Success”. This is the belief of the passionate and daring president of JCI City Plus. Asha Auckloo has been selected to lead the organisation for a year and she is all charged up.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Small parties speak out : Democracy under threat? Featured

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Over the past few weeks, the events on the political scene have raised serious concerns among the population, civil society and the general political class, including small and medium parties whose interests are more centered on how the economy can be impacted. The general feeling is that democracy is under threat, the government is not delivering while the Opposition is not playing its role properly, at times wooing the ruling Labour party for an alliance, and at other times, turning against it.
Friday, 20 June 2014 14:00

Courtesy : A rare commodity ?

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Good manners and young people have not always gone hand in hand. Young days are mostly perceived as a period of mischief, freedom and living life on the edge.

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