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Despite Mauritius’ history of resilience, Jaime de Melo highlights some of the country’s fragilities in terms of governance, environmental protection

This week, we talk to Lindsay Rivière, journalist and political analyst, about the issues making the headlines as well as the political and economic

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An initiative in the offing is to operate Electric Buses (EBs) for the feeder services of the Metro. The intent is to finance partly the investment o

The Kistnen case has inadvertently exposed the problem of the Safe City project and government control over its data. But the Safe City issue provoke

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The three-day state visit of new Seychelles president Wavel Ramkalawan to Mauritius, his first foreign visit as head of state since winning the elect

The death of a policewoman on duty during an antinarcotics operation has thrown into sharp relief the fact that the authorities are struggling with t

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Our readers will recall that Dr. Sunil Gunness, cardiologist and head of the Cardiac Centre, was one of the first doctors to give us an interview abo

The clash between Mauritius and the Maldives over their maritime borders at the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea has only just got start

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On 22 November, voters in 130 villages across the country head to the polls to participate in the first village council elections held since 2012. 5,

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned against states faced with higher spending needs and lowered revenues and investor confidence in the

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An apparent calm seems to have come back to the island. The electoral petitions filed by opposition parties are taking centre stage and Roshi Bhadain

Tourism, one of the largest industries in the country, is today cause for much concern. With no tourists on the island and a tug of war taking place

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As the Labour Party flexed its muscles with a strong showing at Kewal Nagar to celebrate the 120th birth anniversary of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam and

After Cardinal Maurice Piat’s homily where he made what was perceived as a political speech indirectly reproaching the government with many scourges