28 May 2015
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Where is the bus? Have I missed it? These frequent questions are always treading on your mind when you are running to get to an important appointment. Two dynamic youngsters have come up with an innovative idea: their Ontime mobile app proposes to solve any commuter’s nightmare.
Nanda Narrainen’s personal mission is to help people achieve optimum health and reach for their life goals. His company Akampita Wellness is transforming lives through his various inspirational wellness trainings. With his unique flair and experience across both corporate and wellness field, he has inspired thousands of lives to take good care of their health.
In today’s volatile environment, business persons are experiencing challenges never seen in business history. With the advent of technology, the way of carrying business has known a drastic change. CEO of Acclivity Faiz Hossenbocus explores the new fundamentals of doing business in the 21stcentury.
Benjamine Li, 57, has thirty nine years of experience in the field of travel and tourism.  She has turned her passion into her profession.  After pursuing her studies at London College, Port Louis, Benjamine Li started her professional career.  She was, at that time, aged only 18.
Shahil, 33, an expert in the field of IT and owner of Cyber Arena, makes us discover the cyber café world. Being an active learner and determined by nature, he is fond of studying and has his heart set on social work.
Jean Cyril Ned Moutou, 43, started working in the construction sector at the age of 15. House construction, welding, plumbing, manipulating aluminium surfaces, are the areas that Ned can handle very well. However, being passionate about the metal world, he decided to work as welder and became self-employed.
Fresh, avant-garde, dark, vivid… this young artist’s works will simply blow your mind. Shain Ramjan inaugurated his first solo exhibition on Tuesday at the Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebène. The ‘ARTPOP’ artist has a candid moment with News on Sunday.
Chandradev Lutcheenarain can be a role model. Thirty years ago, he started working as a Sewing Machine Operator. Now the Chief Financial Officer of Hilton Resort and Spa, he has, last week, bagged the award of Finance Director 2014 at the Annual Conference of Hilton Worldwide in Prague.
Happy, proud and grateful – is how Dr. Shameem Fowdar felt after been awarded the ‘Best Young Mauritian Scientist 2014’. Her research work ‘The genetics of breast cancer in Mauritian Patients’ has been recognised at national level. Shameem aims to pursue her research to find solutions to the genetic problems in the field of breast cancer in Mauritius.
An imaginative writer, Annie Forrest created a new animated character Wizzy and launched her e-book as well as a mobile application. News on Sunday makes you discover this amazing writer and takes you to the world of Rosie and Wizzy.
Mr Soupaya Chocalingum (Malcom) is a Mauritian who is Chef Eurl le Frangipanier at Sarreguemines in Lorraine, France. A former student at Bhujoharry College, Port Louis, Malcom reveals his success story to News on Sunday.
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A Career for Life, does it still exist?

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When a student after HSC calls at my office looking for some help on finding a course for a secure career for life, I find myself laughing a little.
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