Monday, October 28
Two fires broke out Monday, October 28 in the cane fields in the region of Flacq, specifically Queen Victoria and Pont Blanc. Alerted firefighters are already at work to identify. A road diversion plan was even set up by the police as a precaution.
Friday, August 30
The Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute (MSIRI) conducted successful experiments on the production of a plastic plant, the polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) bioplastics or plastic commonly called agro from the dried leaves of sugarcane.
Thursday, July 25
Much of the sugar cane fields, is between 250 and 300 acres ready for harvest, went up in smoke in the day Wednesday. The fire began Barlow to 13 hours to be finally overcame Mont-Piton to 18 hours.
Wednesday, June 19
Newly received Infra-Cana ', the investment cost of Rs 70 million devices were installed in the four corners of the island in the 2013 marketing year.
Wednesday, June 05
Mauritius has a limited number of land and pressure from various economic sectors for the exploitation of this resource is and will remain a reality. For the government, it is imperative to preserve agricultural lands that are essential to the threat of a food crisis. Sugar Industry Efficiency (Amendment) Bill were presented at Tuesday, June 4 at the National Assembly.
Thursday, October 11
A month after the fire that destroyed 500 acres under cane cultivation Belle Vue Maurel, a new blaze broke out Wednesday in Forbach. This time, 250 acres under cane cultivation have been destroyed by fire.
Thursday, October 11
A fire broke out in mid-day on Wednesday 10 October. The cane fields of Forbach in the north of the island, close to the shopping center "Circle Square" are the flames. Firefighters are on site.
Friday, September 28
Le bilan est significatif : depuis le début de la période de coupe, plus de 67 000 tonnes de cannes ont été brûlées de façon non autorisée. C’est, du moins, ce que note le Cane Planters and Millers Arbitration and Control Board (CPMACB).
Monday, September 24
Much water has flowed under the bridge for such an evolution in the plantation system. A rewind of the evolution of the system will unfold the stages ot so smooth leading to the present situation regarding land ownership.
Wednesday, September 12
Fifteen cane field fires were recorded in the North, South and East during the weekend. In Mapou, 500 acres under cultivation of cane were devastated.