31 August 2015
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Sunday, 30 August 2015 08:16

Transactional work

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Thanks to disruptive technology, work is becoming more and more transactional in nature with a clearly expressed set of expectations from both sides.
Sunday, 30 August 2015 08:15

Réglementer le sexe

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Tant que la prostitution sera vue par certains comme une horreur, elle se déroulera toujours dans des endroits mal famés et créera encore plus de problèmes, notamment au niveau de l’insécurité.
Sunday, 30 August 2015 08:10

Regarding child abuse

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The caring of our children is an important factor for all of us who have responsibilities as good parents. But not all parents are born devoted parents with duties and responsibilities. Today, so many of our children are being exploited in various ways such as doing hazardous occupations as well as being used in the child sex-trade.
Sunday, 23 August 2015 09:40

Too much vehicles?

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According to the National Transport Authority (NTA) there are 450,000 vehicles on our roads since 2013. Over 20,000 vehicles have been sold in Mauritius between 2013 and 2014. This is quite a high figure. From January 2014 the NTA has registered an extra amount of 22,569 vehicles on top of the 450,000 vehicles, which represent a rise of 5.2%.
Sunday, 23 August 2015 09:38

Do our kids lie ?

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Often we say, “My kid is saying this.  How can s/he lie?  Kids never lie.” I cannot say if once upon a time kids never lied or not.  But nowadays, kids lie.  They lie very often.  Now question must be asked why do kids lie?
Sunday, 16 August 2015 07:30

Road rage phenomenon

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Road rage is hardly mentioned in the driving manuals. But this phenomenon is more and more common these days. Normally, road rage covers a multitude of hostile acts committed by angry or frustrated drivers. Some experts believe that drivers learn aggressive behaviour from observing their parents and watching numerous examples of simulated road rage on television.
Sunday, 16 August 2015 07:30

In open streets

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Times are changing. The world has entered a new age of drugs. In just the last few years, drug abuse has morphed into something never seen before. Substance abuse is no longer just part of the seedy underbelly of society. It has exploded into the open streets reaching nearly every nooks and corners, and shockingly schools and colleges and I guess universities as well!
Sunday, 16 August 2015 07:30

Le foot

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La Mauritius Professionnal Football League a annoncé son retrait en tant qu’organisatrice de la compétition Mauritius Barclays Premier League. Si elle ne revient pas à de meilleurs sentiments, l’existence même de notre ligue est menacée. À suivre donc !
Sunday, 09 August 2015 08:16

We must support the Comoros

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The decision of the Comoros to pull out of the Indian Ocean Island Games in the face of colonial mind games should not only be applauded but also supported, especially by Mauritius. Both nations are suffering firsthand from unscrupulous colonialist greed and self-interest. The Comoros have been stripped by the French of one of their main islands, while Mauritius has been deprived of Diego Garcia by the British.
Sunday, 09 August 2015 08:12

Deterioration

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Statistics have clearly shown that the situation of law and order is aggravating day by day. From 2009 to September 2013, over 354 murder cases have been recorded. A total of 11, 919 cases of night burglaries were recorded from 2009 to September 2013. So far as day burglaries are concerned, the figure is 10,340 from 2009 to 2013.
Sunday, 02 August 2015 07:51

Unsolved crimes

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No crime is perfect and no criminal should get away with blue murder. But in Mauritius we have had so many unsolved crimes. What’s wrong with our system? Does our police have enough technology and expert knowledge to elucidate these crimes?
Sunday, 02 August 2015 07:30

Tackling poverty

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What is poverty? The dictionary meaning of poverty is the state of being very poor. But it is a relative concept. Professor Peter Townsend, a leading authority on poverty in UK, defines relative poverty as when someone’s “resources are so seriously below those commanded by the average individual of family that they are, in effect, excluded from ordinary living pattern, customs and activities”.
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