De la quinzaine de commerçants mauriciens arnaqués, certains se retrouvent coincés aux Seychelles ; n’ayant pas les moyens financiers de rentrer à l’île Maurice.
08 Oct 2015, business.mega.mu
Après Saida Janoo, sa sœur Zainobee Kaudeer et son frère Swaley Janoo ont été retrouvés morts en Arabie saoudite. Les corps ont été identifiés dans la soirée du mercredi 7 octobre, indique Fareed Jaunboccus, membre du board de l’Islamic Cultural Center.
08 Oct 2015, business.mega.mu
«C’est un des médecins volontaires qui l’a identifiée.» C’est ce qu’indique Sam Lauthan de la Hadj Mission de l’Arabie saoudite.
07 Oct 2015, business.mega.mu
Enième tentative du gouvernement mauricien en vue d’activer les recherches pour retrouver les 5 personnes portées manquantes en Arabie saoudite.
06 Oct 2015, business.mega.mu
Les Saoudiens ont décidé de mettre un terme à l’exercice d’identi?cation à partir des portraits des victimes de la bousculade à Mina, le 24 septembre.
05 Oct 2015, business.mega.mu
Après avoir passé en revue 1 022 photographies des victimes de la bousculade fatale de jeudi dernier, les autorités mauriciennes en Arabie saoudite n’ont identifié aucun Mauricien parmi elles.
28 Sep 2015, business.mega.mu
Il figure parmi la poignée de spécialistes de cuisine à recevoir le titre de ‘Best Chef of the Year’ décerné par la ‘Restaurant Association of Ireland’. Chris Gopaul, chef mauricien installé en Irlande depuis 2006, n’en revient toujours pas. Joint au téléphone, il raconte sa folle aventure.
03 Jul 2015, business.mega.mu
Feroz, Rajwantee, Mario, Nushrat, Michel, Sony, Parvez ont un point commun. Ils sont patrons de leurs propres entreprises sans pour autant avoir fait des études supérieures. Qui sont ces entrepreneurs sans diplôme et comment ont-ils réussi à s’imposer ? Rencontre.
15 Apr 2014, business.mega.mu
Founder of Motorcycle Madness, since 1987, Lindsay Delia rolled his hump for over 25 years to build his company. Today, with a dozen competitors, he is the number one dealer in Montreal.
15 Apr 2014, business.mega.mu
There are four times more Mauritians in illegally than any other nationality in the UK. This is indicated by the British High Commissioner in Mauritius, Nick Leake.
13 Oct 2013, business.mega.mu
The Human Rights Committee of the United Nations has brought to the attention of all Mauritians that having to declare one’s belonging to any specific community in order to be allowed to stand as a candidate for general elections flies in the face of the basic tenets of democracy. That the exercise of democracy should [...]The post Gro Derek has done it already appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
11 Sep 2012, KotZot
Mauritius is set to join a growing list of African countries with a fibre-optic network, which guarantees high-quality bandwidth and makes Internet services more accessible and affordable. The Mauritian government wants every home and office linked to the network, and Bharat Telecom, an Indian investor, is working to make the dream come true for the [...]The post Mauritius is set to join a growing list of African countries with a fibre-optic network appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
31 Aug 2012, KotZot
The licence of a major London-based university to admit Mauritians and other non-EU students has been revoked by Britain’s immigration authorities citing “serious and systemic failings” on the part of the varsity. With the next academic year starting shortly (September), plans of many Mauritian students preparing to travel to study at the London Metropolitan University [...]The post Mauritian students at the London Met University face deportation after visa decision appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
30 Aug 2012, KotZot
The Law Practitioners (Amendment) Act will come into operation on 3 September and the Rules made by the Chief Justice under Section 27 of the Court Ushers Act will come into operation on 1 September 2012, thus bringing in its wake a drastic change in the legal landscape in Mauritius, stated yesterday the Attorney-General, Mr [...]The post The Law Practitioners Act : Drastic change in the legal landscape in Mauritius appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
29 Aug 2012, KotZot
Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims, is being celebrated across Mauritius today
Mauritians of Muslim faith celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr today. Following the month-long fasting of Ramadan, when Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours, celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, the festival that signifies the end of the Ramadan observance period. Preparations have been made for holding Eid jamaats in the capital and different places throughout the country. For most [...]The post Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims, is being celebrated across Mauritius today appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
20 Aug 2012, KotZot
The entry fee to the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden (SSRBG) Pamplemousses was revised upward last month for foreign visitors. This decision was made by the government, following a request by the Ministry of Agro-Industry and Food Security. “The entry fee for tourists rose from Rs 100 to Rs 200. For Mauritians which is currently [...]The post Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden – Entry fee for tourists rose from Rs 100 to Rs 200 appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
19 Aug 2012, KotZot
The regulatory Authority of the information and communication technologies, ICTA wishes to draw the attention of the public and especially of internet users, on the use of social networks such as Facebook, in a responsible manner and by showing respect to others. Due to the increasing number of complaints on some comments posted by Mauritians [...]The post The ICTA recommends a fair and responsible use of social networks appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
15 Aug 2012, KotZot
“The movie ‘Avengers’ will not be screened in Star Cinema halls,” stated the director of the cinemas, Eric Koenig. He also expressed his frustration following a recent article he read in a local newspaper. “After having deliberately avoided us for years, we learned through the press that MauRefilms wanted to finally distribute its films in [...]The post Avengers will not be screened in Star Cinema Halls appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
11 Jul 2012, KotZot
Is Rs5million rupees is a too tiny sum for Mauritians now?
16 Jul 2011, Yashvin, pages of my life
The labour force for the year 2010 was estimated at 581,300 with 362,400 males and 218,900 females. Employment last year stood at 536,100 with 345,700 males and 190,400 females. These figures were published by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Tuesday. According to the report, the estimated number of unemployed for 2010 was 45,200 (16,700 [...]
18 May 2011, The Independent Daily