Touria Prayag

Editor in chief - Weekly

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Touria Prayag is a graduate in Linguistics and Literature and holds a Master’s in Linguistics and Stylistics from Edinburgh University, a postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics from the same university and postgraduate qualifications from Moray House College, Edinburgh. She was working as Dean of the Faculty of Humanities at the Charles Telfair Institute before she joined La Sentinelle to set up the l’Express Weekly supplement, which paved the way for Weekly magazine of which she is currently the editor-in-chief. Touria’s hobbies include reading, jogging and cooking. 

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The expression ‘the s**t hits the fan’, I am told, is used to describe the point at which “an already unstable situation devolves into utter chaos, o

After the implication of some lawyers in the Lam Shang Leen report, Weekly speaks to Hervé Duval Jr, president of the Bar Council. He talks about the

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“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil,” they say, “is for good men to do nothing”. I disagree. I think for evil to thrive, you also need

Following the private meeting between the prime minister, Pravind Jugnauth, and the Pentecostal church recently, Weekly speaks to Georges Leste, pres

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      Hang in there Geneva, I am coming! Empty suitcases in anticipation of a shopping spree. Check! List of good restaurants to use part of t

Following Weekly’s interview with Jean Claude de l’Estrac a few weeks ago about the Chagos case at the International Court of Justice at the Hague, O

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We were expecting a communiqué from the Prime Minister’s Office condemning in the strongest possible terms the death of the Washington Post journalis

Weekly speaks to Eric Ng Ping Cheun, economist and director of PluriConseil, about his views on the economic situation in the country. He talks about

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There are signs that the alliance we saw coming slowly but surely may not be on the cards any more. That the MSM may not be that interested to join f

He was calm, composed and, at the age of 86, Sir Victor Glover, former chief justice, was perfectly lucid. His English is impeccable and he took time

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  Am very pleased to be part of this great initiative for which I heartily thank the African Union Southern African Regional Office (SARO). For ther

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If it was a joke, it was rather funny. A very proud and satisfied prime minister looked at his subjects contentedly and declared, “Another promise ma

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Caption More than the scandals themselves, it is their reaction to them that is more worrying. It’s unfailingly, “We have followed procedures!” And

There are few Mauritians who can boast knowing the Chagossian issue as well as Jean Claude de l’Estrac (JCDL). He spent nearly 30 years dealing with