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Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Gaytree Bhurut: Living out of a suitcase

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She is a young, dynamic and passionate Consultant and Trainer in Management systems. She has visited several countries and experienced many incidents that are quite surprising and amusing. News on Sunday brings to you the busy life of a modern working professional. 
Friday, 29 August 2014 14:00

Ameerah Arjanee – The vivid young writer

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Ameerah could be an inspiration for others. She started writing at a young age. She endorses what Susan Sontag said, that a writer is a professional observer. News On Sunday met this cheerful lady who narrated her journey till here.
Having been awarded the second prize for the ‘Agro’ category at the National Women Entrepreneur Council (NWEC) Awards 2014, Kalyanee Hurry tells us how she started her business. Her passion for cooking and her spirit of entrepreneurship have led her to be a successful woman entrepreneur.
The story of South African women is unique, since it’s about strife, resilience, and reinvention and struggle for righteousness. Each generation had to fight treble oppression, firstly being black, secondly being a woman because of patriarchal mindset and thirdly poverty. And yet, these women survived against all odds and became self-affirming models of resilience and resistance.
In a career that spans a decade, Rashila has amazed the Mauritian public with her art performances. She has so many fans and is well appreciated for her dedication and artistic talents. News on Sunday finds out more from her, especially on her concept to use art for Youth Awakening Art.
Manager of the Chantefrais franchise at Curepipe, Mohammed Noorani Joomun is a hard-working and committed entrepreneur.  Being self-employed and owner of a ‘Chantefrais’ shop which is open from 8 am to 8 pm from Monday to Sunday and having no employees is no easy task. However, it’s with passion and devotion that this 51-year old man performs his job.
Friday, 22 August 2014 14:00

Jessyca Joyekurun : How YALI changed her life

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Jessyca Joyekurun recently returned to Mauritius after spending six weeks on a Business and Entrepreneurship Executive course at Yale University, which culminated into a three-day summit with President Barack Obama. She returned from the US with fresh ideas.
I was deeply saddened to learn of the demise of my long time dear friend and ‘brother’, Jagdeesh Goop Fokeer or simply “Jack”, as he was known to me and his c;ose friends, that occurred a few weeks back.
Following the imbroglio created by the communiqué of the Prime Minister’s Office on the Chagos issue, Fernand Mandarin, President of the ‘Comité Social Chagossien’ called our office to express his complete distress on the current situation. News on Sunday asked him about the reasons thereof.
Dressed in his white striped shirt and black pants, Riyaad, 33, will take you up in the air. Currently living in South Africa, he is a passionate young man who wants to live his life to the full and fulfill his dreams. News On Sunday meets this young Mauritian pilot.
Laborieuse, courageuse et persévérante, Stéphanie Moussa s’est vue dans l’obligation d’exercer le métier d’apprentie-maçon pour pouvoir joindre les deux bouts. Le travail ne lui fait pas peur. Pour cette épouse et mère de quatre enfants, aider son époux à subvenir au mieux aux besoins de leur famille demeure sa priorité.
Artee Beegoo-Madhun is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).