by drmu | Feb 5, 2015 | Economy, Education, Open letters
“Creativity takes courage!”
We ask Pravind Jugnauth to champion innovation by making it the priority of education, turning Highlands into a world class eco-city and catalysing a new import substitution industry by giving entrepreneurs access to publicly-owned 3D printers.
by drmu | Feb 2, 2015 | Education
A critique of the Mauritian education system by a recent student of Royal College Port Louis.
by drmu | Dec 13, 2014 | Democracy, Economy, Education, Environment, Open letters, Social justice
“Gouverner pour le peuple – avec le peuple”
Taking Sir Anerood Jugnauth’s election mantra at face value we explain our concerns and aspirations in the key areas of: democracy, the economy, the environment and education.
by drmu | Nov 12, 2014 | Education, HistoryOrigins – a unique paradise The island of Mauritius was formed some 12 million years ago due to volcanic activity on the submerged Mascarenes plateau. Isolated from mainland Africa, the flora and fauna that found its way to the island evolved into numerous unique...
by drmu | Jun 23, 2012 | Education, Marine protection“Education, education, education” has long been a mantra of Reef Conservation Mauritius so how are they getting the message across to the current generation of students? To find out, we paid a visit to “Nauticaz”, a facility provided by...
by drmu | Feb 29, 2012 | Chagos islands, Education, Name and shame, Social justiceA brilliant article by Mahen Napal appeared in l’Express yesterday, challenging the official story of how Mauritius became independent. In fact it is too generous to SSR, the Betrayer of the Nation. The Chagos Islands weren’t the price paid for...