In the early hours of Sunday morning, the Mauritian Police Force performed its “duty” in a manner eerily reminiscent of a scene from the acclaimed gangsta rap biopic “Straight outta Compton”.
Why does the President get paid more than the Prime Minister? Because one of her Constitutional roles is similar to the UK’s House of Lords. Her appointment was publicly popular, but is she up to the task?
In comparison to the bold plan for Highlands capital city, Heritage is little more than a quaint administrative village.
Penetrate the propaganda, blow away the smoke, break the mirrors and discover what the government’s signature project is all about.
Is the DPP accountable or is he above the law? Is the judiciary protecting him?
Why does the government deploy so many resources to check drivers’ licences and imprison drug users, but turns a blind eye to environmental law breakers?
With less than 200 birds, this species is endangered despite the efforts of the Mauritius Wildlife Foundation.
The Chagos archipelago is a group of islands south of the Maldives that were a dependency of Mauritius until 1965. The US wanted a base in the Indian Ocean and identified the largest island, Diego Garcia, as ideal. At their request, Britain removed the islands from Mauritius before independence and exiled the population to the Seychelles and the slums of Mauritius. Both acts have been declared illegal and the Chagossians are on the verge of returning home. But will Mauritius’ claim for sovereignty undermine this? And what sinister forces are at work?