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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Gold and golden opportunities Through a mini-reshuffle this week, the prime minister did what he does best: try to broker peace between conflicting p

This week, Weekly speaks to Barrister Gavin Glover. He talks to us about the role of the Bar Council in curbing the excesses of the state, the abuse

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Minister Roshi Bhadain’s strong criticism of Laina Rawat and her lawyer, Shakeel Mo-hamed, for having had recourse to a court of law to challenge his

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There is an antipodal difference between democracies and pseudo democracies, no matter how much demagogy or spin you put on it. In a real democracy,

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Weekly sits with Geoffrey Cox this week, the Conservative MP for Torridge and West Devon is a Cambridge-educated Queen’s Counsel with an incredible g

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 Suppose, for the sake of the argument, in a totally hypothetical situation, that some bill – other than the ones which made the headlines in the las

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Weekly caught up with Shari Villarosa, the outgoing US ambassador to Mauritius, and gauged her views on the country she was leaving. The former amba

Weekly speaks to Tim Taylor, chairman of Scott & Co, Eric Ng Ping Cheun, economist, and Abbas Currimjee, architect, about the government’s plan t

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   Sir, On February 3rd, your inspectors’ heavy boots stomped into the house of a hapless couple – Hassenjee and Fareenah Ruhomally, who were dragged

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Three men, professionals and known for their intellectual and political independence, sit with us this week to tell us why Port Louis should be saved

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Weekly presents the second and final part of La Sentinelle’s interview with Roshi Bhadain, the minister of financial services, good governance and in

Last Thursday, the minister of financial services, good governance and institutional reforms and of technology, communication and innovation, Roshi B

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 There is a lot of good news for those of you who care to watch the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation. For those who don’t, here is what you missed

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Cheer up Mauritius: You may be small but you will not be left out of the hall of fame of monument builders. The Egyptians had their Ramses the Great,