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Friday, 03 February 2012 15:10

Mauritian doctors help Botswana

The competencies of Mauritian doctors in sectors such as heart surgery are much solicited in Africa, namely Botswana. In this context, Dr John Seakgosing, Minister of Health of Botswana, was on a visit to Mauritius during which he had a meeting with his Mauritian counterpart, Minister Lormus Bundhoo, last Thursday.
Published in Health
Friday, 03 February 2012 15:09

MoU between between ICTA and UCC

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Information and Communication Technology Authority (ICTA) and the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) on Monday. The MoU will enable the sharing of experience and benchmarking on best practices in ICT regulation between ICTA and UCC.
Published in Magazine
ASUS VG236H, a new 23-inch display that runs at 120H, targets gamers and media enthusiasts looking for 3D content. It also includes a pair of NVIDIA’s active shutter glasses and transmitter.
Published in Magazine
Friday, 03 February 2012 15:04


Slaves first reached Mauritius in 1639, a year after the Dutch and the East India Company established its first settlement. During the 1640s more than 300 slaves were imported from Madagascar to exploit the national resources of the island and slaves remained part of the population until 1710 when the Dutch abandoned the island. In 1721 they came along with the first French colonist.
Published in Society
Friday, 03 February 2012 15:03


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Established since 1982, School of Electronics offers electronics as a hobby on a 'Do it Yourself' basis for electronic enthusiasts or run examination courses to enable students acquire professional qualifications. Being a City and Guilds of London approved centre, School of Electronics possesses the necessary UK graduate expertise to offer quality training.
Published in Education
The objective of St Patrick’s College is straight forward and noble: that of offering the highest level of education, based on human values. A quick glance at its past reveals that in 1927, Mrs Marie de Mazerieux created and launched a college named “Cours Jeanne D’Arc” (commonly named “l’école Mazérieux), a remedial school, mainly at secondary level. At this time, non-paying schools did not exist.
Published in News
Friday, 03 February 2012 14:58

Court News

Heerah released after 32 months in custody
Mohamad Yusuf Heerah has been released last week after having been detained in prison for 32 months on a provisional charge of conspiracy with Yassyr Mohun, Rebecca Villbrun and Aslam Komul to swindle several persons of a total sum of Rs 2 Million in promise to sell a motor vehicle to each of them.
Published in Court News
Friday, 03 February 2012 14:41

Where is our Lee Kwan Yu?

Imagine for a moment that, in the now world-famous M6 program on Mauritius, the drug addicts and dealers featured were all foreigners and that the textile workers were Mauritians. Of course, very few Mauritians would want to work in similar conditions and wages as the Indians, Bangladeshis, Chinese drawing and Sri Lankans in some of our factories.  (In a future article we shall come back to their working and living conditions).
Published in Blog

Il est le nouveau multimillionnaire du pays. Ce fonctionnaire d’une cinquantaine d’années habitant les Plaines-Wilhems est celui qui a coché les six bons numéros au dernier tirage du Loto, effectué le samedi 28 janvier, lui permettant de décrocher le jackpot de Rs 30, 323, 398 avec une mise de Rs 60 seulement.

Published in Live News

L’ancien président de la République se dit inquiet. Cassam Uteem dit craindre un « dérapage » entre les pro et anti-Best Loser System (BSL). Il a fait part de son inquiétude à sir Anerood Jugnauth ce matin, vendredi 3 février, lors d’un tête-à-tête.

Published in Live News
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