Monday, December 22
«Nous allons mettre de l’ordre avec la collaboration de la police. Les marchands ambulants ne doivent pas se croire tout permis.»
Monday, September 15
Des jeans à Rs 50, des tops à Rs 75 ou encore des chemises à moins de Rs 100… Ce sont les vêtements que l’on trouve parfois à prix cassés dans la rue. Faites attention, il se peut bien que ces habits ne soient pas neufs.
Friday, September 05
Ce qui devait être une simple opération de routine a dégénéré en bataille rangée, à Rose-Hill, le mardi 2 septembre.
Monday, September 09
The fifty hawkers operating Farquhar Street, Port-Louis, the authorities want to make a pedestrian route from 10 to 16 or 17h, allowing them to work during the day. The President of the Small Traders Association, Feroz Beegum says that it is the authorities themselves who have restricted the movement of hawkers on a regional basis.
Wednesday, February 13
800 pedlars relocation of the capital to Victoria Station is challenged by a letter from the Ministry of Local Government dated 23 January. According to the Ministry, the site Decaen will not be used for any activity vendors in this area will continue with the completion of the light rail project.
Tuesday, January 29
Past two years, more than thirty food vendors operating in Square Bruce, next to Gare Jan Palach (Gare du sud) in Curepipe, awaiting relocation to Food Court to be built on the first floor located above the market town. But the project fell through.
Tuesday, January 22
The mayor of Port-Louis has established a new criterion to relocate hawkers from the capital on the site of the former building of the CWA, located near Victoria Station, Port-Louis. 700 merchants will be relocated to this place while another 300 boxes will be the "Immigration Square."
Thursday, December 27
The draw for the allocation of stalls street vendors in the capital on the site of the former building of the Central Water Authority (CWA) near Victoria Station, scheduled Thursday morning at the Mauritius Turf Club (MTC) was returned at a later date.
Monday, November 19
Soon some 800 vendors will settle on the historic site that housed far, the premises of the Central Water Authority. Located near Victoria Station, this place is, it seems, a strategic location for merchants. Even forget the story told by these old stones dating from 1789.
Tuesday, November 13
Headache mayor of Port-Louis. The municipality has received 6000 requests within the relocation of street vendors in the capital. However, only 1100 seats are available.