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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Another week spent swirling in the eye of the BAI cyclone and we are no nearer to the truth than we were when it first hit. Yes, we had Minister of F

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A “pre-meditated Rs25 billion Ponzi scheme” according to the prime minister, echoed by the minister of finance. “No report talks about a Ponzi scheme

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Forgive me but I don’t understand how the brains of some of our politicians work. Minister of Health Anil Gayan is called by the Equal Opportunities

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Those who believe in magic and miracles may have been disappointed by Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo’s budget. It was not revolutionary. Thankfully, no budg

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The thinking is delusional. And the act surreal. An attorney, heading back from a trip where he met his client, Nandanee Soornack – admittedly a ‘ver

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No, it is not all doom and gloom. Yes, as a nation, we have exceeded the expectations of many. Those like economist and Nobel Prize winner James Mead

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“There are various ways to recruit,” was Minister of Health Anil Gayan’s reply to Shakeel Mohamed’s question about the recruitment of Vijaya Sumputh,

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They are crawling out of the woodwork again repeating the same mantra: the solution to all economic woes lies in the devaluation of the rupee!

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If you cook like a Brit, drive like a French, are as humble as a Spaniard, as humourous as a German, as controlled as an Italian and as organised as

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No, this is not Tripoli. Though one may be forgiven for thinking it is, as images of the gross handling of Former Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam’s ar

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The MedPoint saga has taken a predictable farcical turn. And it is not funny. Or maybe we are just not all in on the joke.

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To those who landed in their workplace with at least one hour’s delay this week; to those who, for the whole week, had to fumble for excuses to give

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Weekly speaks to Urmila Boolell, head chambers at Banymandhub Boolell Chambers, about the state of the legal system in Mauritius, unscrupulous lawyer

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We are not saying Navin Ramgoolam is guilty of what he is being accused of. We are not saying he is innocent. That is for our courts to decide. What

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