31 October 2014
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Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

How the economy is performing

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This year, our economy has been marked by many external factors, especially the effects of the crisis that is still prevailing in our major markets. Moreover, the country is actually going through political uncertainties that have somehow lead to an impact on consumer behavior and business investment. News on Sunday seeks the views of economic observers.
Humans require food, water, and living space in order to survive. These things do not exist in endless abundance and are derived both from abiotic and biotic sources, making humans inherently dependent upon the optimisation of land area and the preservation of biodiversity.  News on Sunday meets Mr R. Veerapen, an entrepreneur in hydroponics.
Created in 2001, this enterprise specialised in the food industry has built a strong reputation. La Trobe Co. Ltd has developed local production and created its own brands in a hyper-competitive market. Lawrence Wong, owner of the enterprise is proud to say that La Trobe was the first company to produce UHT milk locally and the first to launch a packaging unit, Tetra Pak, the world’s leading reference. An innovative enterprise by a forward looking entrepreneur, La Trobe’s best days are still to come.
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Loose banners : A road hazard?

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It’s election time and, keeping with our traditions and folklore, our roads are adorned with banners and posters.
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Guarantee of rights?

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Hon Paul Bérenger, at a gathering in Plaine Verte last week, gave a guarantee to the Muslim community that its rights would be respected.
Friday, 10 October 2014 14:00

Literacy in Mauritius : A reader reacts

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I have read with great interest your article entitled “Literacy in Mauritius: How essential is our mother tongue”. As someone who has left the country more than 25 years ago, I strongly disagree with the views of Mr. Alain Ah-Vee and Mr. Dev Virahsawmy, to include Kreole Morisien in the school curriculum.
Technology is in his blood. Since a tender age, he had a craze for technology and more specifically IT fields. 22-year old Neereshen Kathan has started his exploration in the technology world, bringing his own unique contribution and inspiring those younger than him.
For her, horses are the most beautiful creatures on earth. Tess Lalloo has had, since her childhood, a unique affection for the majestic animal. Aged 25, this Mauritian lady of French origin is the manager and owner of the equestrian venture ‘Les Ecuries des Cilaos Beach Ltd’. The young lady reveals more about her zeal to News on Sunday.
Ruby Ramsamy earns her living from her hobby. Her passion for physical exercises is a genetic legacy. Perseverance, hard work and devotion are the keys to her success story.
Tourism industry in Mauritius bloomed in the 80s. Parallel to being a key revenue sector and contributing to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), its tentacles spread to various sectors of the economy. Tourism has impacted the lives of many Mauritians and has had a strong hand in developing communities, especially the rural area by the seaside.
Do you love horses? Do you wish to have a ride in the middle of nature? Do you share the passion of horses? Whether you are an expert rider or just a beginner, Centre Equestre Riambel is the place to visit.
Ce dimanche, la communauté musulmane célèbre l’Eid ul-Adha, plus connue comme le sacrifice d’Abraham. Il fut un temps où Bhai Ahmad Sorefan, 68 ans, propriétaire de la Chebel Meat Shop, pratiquait le qurbani gratuitement pour des proches. Souvenir.

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