Monday, February 11
Nouveau développement dans l'affaire de la Gooljaury Tower à Ébène vendue en VEFA à la SICOM pour une somme avoisinant les Rs 600 millions. Après les réponses fournies lors de la réunion du conseil municipal à l'effet qu'il manquait des pièces au dossier soumis par Rakesh Gooljaury à l'administration, certains conseillers envisagent une procédure de "stop order" à l'encontre du promoteur.
Tuesday, January 29
It's official! The President of the Republic, Kailash Purryag, appointed on Monday 28 January, Alan Ganoo, as Leader of the Opposition, Paul Bérenger after submitted his resignation.
Thursday, January 24
Le leader de l’opposition : « Dans mon cas, les spécialistes disent que le type de cancer se trouve dans les 50 % qui peuvent être guéris complètement »
Tuesday, January 15
2013 is synonymous with struggle for some, like Ashok Subron or Hector hose to ensure the proper functioning of the country. For others, the development will be the key word this year to offer a better Mauritians water and concrete road projects, among others. In short, a year that looks pretty good!
Thursday, December 27
Pravind Jugnauth, Paul Bérenger, Showkutally Soodhun, Zouberr Joomaye, Cehl Meeah, Maya Hanoomanjee, Prakash Maunthrooa… La liste des actions policières contre des politiciens s’allonge.
Monday, December 03
Waltz statements of politicians in Central CID (CCID) continues. Sir Anerood Jugnauth goes to the Central Barracks on Monday 3 December to lodge a complaint against the member and the communications director PTr, Nita Deerpalsing.
Monday, August 22
Paul Bérenger made it clear that it is not on MMM agenda of entering into an alliance with either PTR or MSM now or in the near future
Monday, August 08
Jugnauth says Mauritius ruling alliance ends as party quits
Monday, August 08
The parliamentary majority held by Mauritius's ruling coalition shrank after one party pulled out of government on Sunday, a day after a cabinet reshuffle by Prime Minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam
Friday, July 29
A cabinet walkout by the finance minister and five others could spark a political crisis that is likely to shake the growing economy of Mauritius