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We’ve spent about two-and-a-half months in confinement. What was the effect of that on children in particular? I believe that children, like most of

Following the press conference at the weekend by Minister of Education Leela Devi Dookun-Luchoomun on the reopening of schools following the lockdown

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The last several years have seen multiple crises engulf global affairs, and we are in the midst of one of the most daunting ones yet: the COVID-19 pa

Weekly speaks to Roukaya Kasenally, CEO at African Media Initiative, for her take on the handling of the Covid-19 crisis in the country. She shares h

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This week, Weekly speaks to Tim Taylor, chairman of Scott & Co Ltd, for his views on the new Covid and Quarantine Acts from a private sector pers

With Air Mauritius employees being given a time-bound ultimatum by its administrator, Weekly speaks to Vikash Dabee, chartered accountant and registe

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With the enactment of the Covid and Quarantine bills into law last week, Weekly speaks to Cassam Uteem, former president of the republic. He highligh

With some major setbacks hitting the country in this lockdown period, Weekly speaks to Rundheersing Bheenick, former governor of the Bank of Mauritiu

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And so, a nano virus brought the mighty world on its knees… From Shanghai to San Francisco and from New York to New Zealand, we all felt it. Politici

This week, Weekly speaks to Rakesh Seesurn, head of risk at AfrAsia Bank, about the economic impact of the pandemic, particularly on banks and small

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With Air Mauritius declaring voluntary administration last week, Weekly speaks to Raj Ramlugun, secretary of the Listed Companies Minorities Sharehol

Last week, the first consignment of half a million tablets of hydroxychloroquine – a donation from the government of India – arrived in Mauritius on

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Following the collapse of South African Airways this week, Air Mauritius too has gone under with its own board putting the national carrier into volu

This week, Weekly speaks to Vijay Makhan, political analyst and Mouvement Militant Mauricien stalwart about how he thinks the population has coped wi