25 April 2015
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Belvedere is a confusing and murky tangle of offshore funds, but the most eyebrow raising is its Kijani fund, based in the Cayman Islands. The Kijani fund was started in 2011, and appears to have been a cracking success, producing a nearly perfect 90° return trajectory.
The Australian quoted investment private bank Macquarie has expressed interest to finance through a local partner, Scott Shipping, and Atlantic Energy Consulting, a first offshore oil bunkering facility to the tune of some $ 100 million Australian Dollars in the Port Louis harbour.
He is someone that can keep you entertained for hours. He was born with a unique talent. This fun loving guy is famous for his live shows as an animator, comedian, model, singer and musician. News on Sunday introduces this multi tasking young man.
The Grand Finale of the 2015 Public Speaking competition was held on Tuesday at the Mauritius Gymkhana Club. The theme of the competition was “To be ignorant of the past is to remain a child.”
Captain Harish Kumar Singh is all set to popularise ‘kabaddi’ in Mauritius. Technical officer and coach of the International Kabaddi Federation, he has already successfully introduced the game in three secondary schools here and ambitions to take Mauritius to an international level. News on Sunday meets Captain Harish Kumar Singh to know more about his passion for kabaddi.
Restaurant.mu, MauritiusAttractions.com and Vacancesmaurice.com are famous online services in the country. Behind these innovative ideas, we see the hard work of the couple Uri and Debby Cypin. News on Sunday meets these business persons to know about their success story.  
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Teenagers and politics 

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The mention of politics is a surefire way to make teenagers fall asleep. Many Mauritian teenagers don’t match the stereotypes about teenagers being apathetic about politics.
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Remembering March 30, 2013

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On March 30 this week, I still could not believe what had happened to our beloved little island. That day in 2013, there were 11 victims whose death will always be on our mind. I do feel for the bereaved families and for people whose properties were destroyed in the catastrophic floods! About 152 mm rainfall was recorded in Port Louis within three hours. Torrential rain struck in Mauritius on March 2013.
The association between Anil Gayan and ‘political activist’ Vijaya Sumputh, albeit in business (ref. Southall Company Ltd and Lex Advoc Associates Company Ltd), is not in dispute.
Friday, 03 April 2015 14:00

Robots : Our Future Workforce ?

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Imagine Roomba cleaning and mopping your house while you watch your favourite TV soap. Baxter picks up your dirty clothes, puts them in the washing machine and chooses the right washing cycle. BakeBot robot bakes your favourite cake and serves you hot coffee and popcorn.
Having been brought up in a family of business persons and entrepreneurs, Pravind Boodhun, Director of Kubera Technology Ltd, has inborn entrepreneur skills and aspirations which developed to full capacity as he grew up. Aged 34, this entrepreneur makes us discover his career path which lead him to open a company that sells IT products and provide repairs and maintenance services.
This week, News on Sunday meets Mr Shams Jhugroo, Lecturer at the Mauritius Institute of Education in the department of Developmental Psychology, Children and Adolescence Psychology. He discusses the importance of moral values in our educational system.