It all started with a comment. A rather harsh and racist comment towards a specific religion. Very quickly, it became the talk of the town. Taking the matter seriously, authorities are leading their investigations.
03 Aug 2012, Yashvin, pages of my life
Krishnee Bunwaree today admitted posting racist comments on a particular Facebook page a week ago. This resident of Vallée-des-Prêtres, aged about twenty years old, was brought into police custody on Wednesday 1 August at the end of an interrogation at the Cybercrime Unit to Central Barracks. She will be presented in Court this Thursday, August [...]The post Facebook : Krishnee Bunwaree liable to 5 years in jail and Rs1Million fine for her racist comments appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
01 Aug 2012, KotZot
Dissemination of racist and communal remarks is a serious criminal offense. Yet some do not care and simply ignore the consequences of their act. Targeting one particular community, a young Mauritian woman raised a storm of protest on Facebook. The incident dates back to Sunday, July 22. The young K. publishes some comments on his [...]The post Racist Facebook comments create stir appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.
31 Jul 2012, KotZot
I was reading the newspaper yesterday when I saw that shocking article about a British teenager who violently assaulted a Mauritian baby of seven-month old and the latter’s 13 year... Read more »
05 Apr 2011, KotZot