19 September 2014
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Her name is certainly familiar. Remember the sega song ‘Ton Philippe’? Yes Marjorie Seevraz is the singer of the hit sega song of 1998. A multi-talented woman, she is not only blessed with a sultry voice but also with crafty hands. After seven years away from the stage and with the ups and downs of life, Marjorie did not give up.
What set her apart is that in spite of studies in unrelated fields and previously a teacher, her passion for pastry making has helped her to shift careers and to unearth fresh ideas. She is as inspired as she is inspiring.
The first ever International Youth Forum (IYF) took place in Mauritius last week. Organised and hosted by Konectenu, this event lasted from 11 to 18 October. Various topics were addressed including leadership, politics, humanities, entrepreneurship, career, unemployment, social work, volunteerism, environment, culture & tradition and others.
Friday, 25 October 2013 09:00

Raissa Boyer : Charm from the sister island

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This former Miss Reunion may have cheekbones that can cut and an incredibly sweet smile that could melt the hardest of hearts, but there is more to the lady than just looks. Raissa is a perfect representative of the new breed of models. Where 20 years ago it would have sufficed to have a stunning face and incredible posing skills, today it takes more.
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:00

Cecile Cassimally : The Golden Voice Featured

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This week News on Sunday met one cheerful and energetic personality whose voice leaves people stunned. Cecile Cassimally has been singing and performing in shows since 1988. Throughout the years, her melodious and charming voice has been entertaining and carrying people away from their troubles.
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:00

Thierry Amery : An artful scrutiny Featured

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Despite all the critical analyses, art histories, surveys, reviews, criticisms and articles we might read, there is no substitute for an artist’s own words to inform us of his or her intentions and ideas.
SHE UNDERWENT four months of chemotherapy which lasted like a lifetime. “Cancer helped me answer many difficult questions. It forced me to face many demons. With cancer, I decided to never short-change myself ever again. Cancer gave me the courage to live. And I decided that I would not die an unlived life,” she said. Varsha shared her deepest feelings and her experiences during her ‘breast cancer journey’ with us.
What do lingerie and jewellery have in common? Zinaida B. Ameerally-Ramjan. Much like her fashion ideology, which emphasizes the beauty and sensuality of the female form, and the seductive details that epitomise glamorous lingerie, Zinaida’s design perspective gives similar attention to the wants and needs of women.
Sometimes an incident can change one’s life drastically but it is only a few brave who successfully recover and start afresh. Former air hostess Nalini Ramasamy suffered an injury on a flight which obliged her to put an end to her career.
Friday, 04 October 2013 08:30

Dominic Lacasse : The Flag man

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He is a compressed bundle of energy; blue-eyed, brown haired and standing tall at 5 foot 7 inches. Thirty-eight year old Quebec native Dominic Lacasse began his current acrobatic career after seven years of gymnastics and 14 years of circus performance.
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:00

Medha Gujadhur – The Mauritian by choice

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She is attached to her beloved country but Mauritius and its people have carved a special place in her heart and life. Born and brought up in India, Medha Gujadhur settled in Mauritius in 2010.
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:00

Rouhangeze Baichoo : Call her Jazzy

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The music industry can be a tough road to maneuver, filled with confusing signs, unexpected roadblocks and others trying to get to the same place as you.

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