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(This article was published in Weekly magazine on the 24 March 2016) The minister of environment is accused of bribery and steps down – just a few da

  This opinion piece by Ming Chen was published in Weekly No. 313 of 30 August 2018. Once again, it will be a display of products and services to t

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(This article was published in Weekly on the 29 June, 2017) The UN resolution on Chagos was a very public slap in Goliath’s (read Britain’s) face. Oh

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(This article was published in  Weekly's magazine in march 2018 when  Ameenah Gurib-Fakim was still the president) The president, Ameenah Gurib-Faki

This opinion piece by Penny Hack was published in Weekly No. 308 of 26 July 2018. Modern totalitarianism creeps up on you step by step, aggressive i

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  Raouf Gulbul is in the crosshairs of the Drugs Commission after the testimony of Tisha Shamloll concerning visits and dealings with drug dealers i

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With the suspension of the penalty point system and the temporary switching off of the speed cameras, the new government is carrying out a key campai

The trees at the Immigration Square and where the Presbyterian Church used to stand, opposite the Aapravasi Ghat, were felled earlier this month. The

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India’s securities market regulator, SEBI, has apparently made an offer to the custodians in India – that they could not refuse – to place Mauritius

These are family members and political loyalists who have managed to secure the most prized nominations within the public service. Seconded into posi

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Mauritius might not have qualified for the FIFA World Cup in Russia but our island nation does have a representative there. Former Mauritian referee

It was a sad moment for Africa. Sadder still for Mauritius, the formerly good pupil that used to top all the rankings in Africa. Today, that prestigi

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