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Socioeconomic blues

Key issues awaiting reforms

The political elite is in full effervescence. The various political leaders are busy baking their reforms programmes to woo voters, especially the floating ones. But what are the real reforms that the country badly needs and what will be the economic cost?

Sovereignty over Chagos

Another milestone for Mauritius

Another victory for Mauritius in the Chagos case. On Tuesday, the General Assembly adopted a resolution welcoming the 25th February 2019 International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion on the legal consequences of separating the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius in 1965, demanding that the United Kingdom unconditionally withdraws its colonial administration from the area within six months. With such a victory, what should be the next step for Mauritius? What will be the positions of UK and US?

Ravin Rampersad: “Access to finance remains a challenge for Mauritian MSMEs”

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Mauritius Ltd since June last year, Ravin Rampersad states that their vision is “to be recognised as the driving force behind the thriving, innovative and sustainable SME sector.” He shares with News on Sunday his analysis of the SME sector in Mauritius, the opportunities for young graduates and SME Mauritius’ expectations of the soon-to-be presented budget 2019/2020.

Tejushwee Prathna Khetha

Rise of a bold and audacious lady towards success

A gold-oriented young lady aged 21, Tejushwee Prathna Khetha is filled with kindness, generosity, compassion, integrity, a willingness to achieve her dreams and authenticity. The president of AIYVA, Tejushwee Prathna confides to the readers of News on Sunday her fight and her vision.

Non-Public Sector Bodies to invest surplus funds

Could Treasury Certificates contribute to improve cash management?

In a circular issued on 17th May, the Ministry of Finance is encouraging Non-Financial Public Sector Bodies (NFPSBs) to invest their surplus funds in traditional Government securities as well as to invest their surplus funds directly in new Treasury Certificates that will be issued. Various benefits have been mentioned mainly to facilitate investment in Government (GOM) securities. Would this have more positive or negative effects?

The International Preparatory School

30 years of inspiring, empowering and leading

This year, the International Preparatory School (IPS) is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. Located in the North of Mauritius, IPS is a private English medium pre-primary and primary school situated on spacious grounds in the village of Labourdonnais, a rural sugar growing region in the North of Mauritius. It is a fully authorised International Baccalaureate World School (IB) offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP). IPS is the only primary school in Mauritius that is fully accredited by the Council of International Schools.



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