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Anishah Aujayeb has been chosen to be part of a two-day roundtable organised by Amnesty International on ‘The State of Africa’s Youth in the Age of Africa Rising’ in South Africa. She highlights some main events of her life to the young readers of News On Sunday. 
Friday, 20 March 2015 10:33

The next wave of development

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As this Budget will be the first full-fledged budget by our new Finance Minister, expectations of common citizens as well as the industry will be quite high.
Born in a large family in the small Russian city of Azov, Ekaterina Kondrashina is now a dance teacher and also model at the Secret Models agency in Mauritius. She narrates her success story to News on Sunday.
Friday, 20 March 2015 09:27

Kevin Keenoo : “A writer is nothing without his pen” Featured

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Kevin Keenoo, 26, a young writer, completed his secondary schooling at the Royal College of Port-Louis and pursued his studies at the University of Mauritius where he got his degree in Management and a Master’s in Human Resources.
Jessyca Joyekurun, 29, launched her business in December 2012 and is participating in the Connect Camp which will be conducted by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA). Her determination, perfectionist nature and never back down attitude are the keys to her success.
Local artist Rashila Ramchurn says she is the pioneer of many art trends, namely Street Art, l’Art Sociologique, Youth Awakening Art, Smart Mob Art, among others. In the context of the International Women’s Day, she gracefully shares some of her latest paintings with News on Sunday.
In the context of National Day celebrations, News on Sunday has approached a few youngsters to find out what they feel about Independence Day. Some Mauritian students from abroad have also shared their views.
Friday, 13 March 2015 12:53

Omar Auleear - Top of the world in Maths

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Laureate of the 2014 batch, Omar Auleear has ranked first in Mathematics in the world. This student of Royal College of Port Louis shares the secret behind his success with the young readers of News On Sunday.
Recently appointed as manager at GML Fondation Joseph Lagesse (GML FJL), Clency Magon is all set to defend the cause of the poor in Mauritius.
Yaaseen Edoo has been overcoming all difficulties easily. He has inspired many youngsters with his successful story. Again, this young man is all set to conquer the world.  He is the first ever winner of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award.
Nadeem Sham, of Mauritian origin, is working on the global film project “Nascent” as Executive Producer and Strategic Consultant. The dynamic young man shares a different vision for the entertaining industry in Mauritius in an interview with News on Sunday.
Aged 36, Kervin JP Caroopen is a self-made person who became an events producer through sheer passion. Having produced and co-produced about 150 events during the past five years, this jovial person gives us his vsion about the event management world.