05 May 2015
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Based in Mauritius, Cap Research is a CRO (Clinical Research Organisation), doing clinical researches for stages I, II et III, on volunteers (healthy) and on patients (those suffering from a pathology) in accordance with the legal provisions of Mauritius (the Clinical Trials Act 2011) as well as international legal provisions on therapeutic trials.
In March, four Mauritians flew to the United States to represent the country at the Pan-Africa Youth Leadership program. The three students and their mentor joined their peers from four other African countries namely Angola, Malawi, Nigeria, and Zambia for a three-week program. Back to Mauritius, they share their enriching experience with the young readers.
Friday, 01 May 2015 14:00

In Conversation With Aisha Allee

As an artist and as a writer, I find inspiration in everything: from the way a leaf may fall from a tree in the midst of the Autumn months; from the way the sun may hit the ocean waves and glint ever-so-spectacularly; to the way a child may hold out his hand to another child, to help the latter on his way.
The ‘Action Plan 2015 – 2017 for the Re-engineering of the Cooperative Sector’ was officially launched on Thursday by Cooperatives Minister Sunil Bholah. The Minister also launched the third edition of the Mauritius Excellence Awards for Cooperatives.
Winner of the Best Service station 2015 in the Sub Saharan Africa, Summayya Rossenkhan is proud to be the director of Engen Bagatelle. This passionate and dynamic businesswoman expresses her joy and her vision with our readers.
Friday, 01 May 2015 14:00

Dawood Rawat opens up in letter

In a letter dating Monday 27 April, the Chairman of the BAI Group explained that the conditions for a hearing guaranteeing respect of his “rights” are not gathered.
On Thursday, The Office of the DPP has rejected the request of Dawood Rawat for a Rogatory Commission in France. The DPP has asked Dawood Rawat to be physically present in Mauritius for the proper conduct of the investigation. He referred to Chairman of BAI as a suspect and not an accused.    
In his ruling on Thursday, Magistrate Alvin Joypaul stated that the warrant of arrest issued against Mr Dawood Ajum Rawat cannot be annulled at this stage of the proceedings pursuant to section 8 of the District and Intermediate Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act.
It was in 1950 that the 1st of May was celebrated as a public holiday in the country. It had a special connotation for Mauritian workers who had struggled for decades for their social, political and economic rights. Today, in the 21st century, despite the several acquired rights, the fate of workers remains a big debate. What should be further done in order to improve working conditions, salary, environment, health? 
The Belvedere Scandal could be one of the biggest financial criminal enterprises in history. This is the assumption of Offshore Alert which has revealed this scandal involving Mauritius on 18th March. The sum of around USD 16 billion (Rs 580 billion)  involve several jurisdictions, including Guernsey, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, Switzerland, Seychelles, South Africa, Panama, England and Mauritius.
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