As part of this year’s International Day of the Forests, a ceremony was held at Bel Air State Secondary School at the end of last month to raise awareness of the environmental issues facing us all over the depletion of vital forests.
Good news. A new 2018 Quality of Living Survey, conducted by Marsh & McLennan Companies, has voted Port Louis the best overall city for quality of living in Africa.
We’re proud to be sponsoring a local theatre production, which is off to Paris in April: The burning desire to serve is a political satire written by Jean Lindsay Dhookit. Find out more.
Celebrations for the 50th anniversary of independence for Mauritius went spectacularly by all accounts. Find out more.
Every March, Mauritius celebrates its Independence Day. This year, those celebrations will be even more marked.
Mauritian chef Selina Periampillai tells us what celebrations can be expected on Mauritius 50th Independence Day. Find out what is in store.
From street food to striking architecture, here are some of the top things you shouldn’t miss on a visit to Port Louis, the Mauritius capital city, & beyond
A China Week comprising various activities will kick off on 10th February 2018 in Mauritius to celebrate Chinese New Year 2018
2018 is a huge year for Mauritius as the island gears up to celebrate 50 years of independence from the UK with a host of celebrations.
Thousands of SMEs in Mauritius are set to be benefit from a new, approved $100m loan from the African Development Bank. Find out more.