MAURITIUS VP MINISTER INAUGURATE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE BUILDING

MAURITIUS VP MINISTER INAUGURATE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE BUILDING

The Eastern Suburb Community Health Centre was inaugurated at St François Xavier, Port-Louis, on the previous afternoon. The ceremony was graced by the presence of the Vice-Prime Minister, Dr Mohammad Anwar Husnoo, and the Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr Kailesh Kumar Singh Jagutpal, among other dignitaries. Constructed at a cost of approximately Rs 36 million, this new health centre offers a range of services including general consultation, antenatal clinic, family planning, well baby clinic,…

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MAURITIUS MINISTER LAY FOUNDATION STONE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

MAURITIUS MINISTER LAY FOUNDATION STONE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

The Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, Dr Renganaden Padayachy, proceeded, yesterday at Le Plaza in Rose Hill, with the laying of foundation stone of Résidence Mon Rêve, a residential project of the Mauritius Housing Company Ltd (MHC). Were also present the Minister of Social Integration, Social Security and National Solidarity, Mrs Fazila Jeewa-Daureeawoo; the Mayor of the Municipality of Beau Bassin-Rose Hill, Mrs Rajeneedavee Mootoo Caroopen; the MHC Chairman, Me Rasheed Daureeawoo; and…

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MAURITIUS CIDB DISCUSSED SME CHALLENGES FOR CONTRACTORS IN THE INDUSTRY

MAURITIUS CIDB DISCUSSED SME CHALLENGES FOR CONTRACTORS IN THE INDUSTRY

The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) held a workshop focussing on the challenges faced by Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) contractors in the construction sector. The Minister of National Infrastructure and Community Development, Mr Mahendranuth Sharma Hurreeram; the Chairperson of the CIDB, Mr Tarkaswar Cowaloosur; the Executive Director of the CIDB, Mr Ram Bahadoor; and other personalities were present at the opening ceremony. In his address, Minister Hurreeram highlighted that Government was investing massively in…

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MAURITIUS PPS INAUGRATE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CANAL ROAD

MAURITIUS PPS INAUGRATE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED CANAL ROAD

Mauritius Parliamentary Private Secretary, Mrs. Marie Alexandra Tania Diolle has offically inaugurate the canal road construction. The road which is located in Rose-Hill will has an adjacent track close to it. According to reports, the new road measures 300m long by 5m wide and is connected to all existing laterals. While for the jogging track, it is 320m by 1.5 m wide. Speaking during the ceremony, Mrs. Tania Diolle underlined the key involvement of the community…

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WHY MAURITIUS OIL SPILL IS A SERIOUS ISSUE

WHY MAURITIUS OIL SPILL IS A SERIOUS ISSUE

Since July 25th, Mauritius has been battling with big oil spills from a Japanese-owned ship. The ship is believed to have been carrying 4,000 tonnes of fuel oil, and had ran aground on a coral reef. Mauritius is a biodiversity hotspot with a high concentration of plants and animals unique to the region. Experts are warning that the damage could be huge and long-lasting, but will require massive collaboration in combating the effect.  

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FENCING WORK AT MAURITIUS’s RICHELIEU OPEN PRISON TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

FENCING WORK AT MAURITIUS’s RICHELIEU OPEN PRISON TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

Mauritius Government has announced that the fencing work going on at the Richelieu Open Prison is set for completion in June 2021. The project which is carried-out by inmate of the prison began on 2 December 2019, but stopped during the lockdown due to the Covid-19. However after all Health protocol was performed, the work resumed on 01 June 2020. Meanwhile it is reported that out of 501.8 m of security fence, 82.5 m have…

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CONSTRUCTION OF 99 HOUSING UNIT TO BE COMPLETED SOON IN MAURITIUS

CONSTRUCTION OF 99 HOUSING UNIT TO BE COMPLETED SOON IN MAURITIUS

Government of Mauritius has announced that the construction of 99 row type housing unit will be completed by September this year. The announcement was made after the nation Deputy Prime Minister did a site tour at Chebel to take stock of the progress made so far. He highlighted that the ‘Row Type Housing Units’ is a new concept proposed by the National Housing Development Co Ltd (NHDC), and that the 99 housing units at Chebel,…

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DEPOT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR AT TOTAL, MAURITIUS

DEPOT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR AT TOTAL, MAURITIUS

At Total Mauritius, the safety of people and operations, environmental protection, customer satisfaction and listening to stakeholders are core concerns. Total is looking for Depot Operations Coordinator to join their Mauritius office. Job Description Ensure that depot operations are done as per existing procedures Regularly inspect terminal for early detection of faults and/or breakdown Oversee the operation of the filling rack and ensure truck loading is done correctly Oversee operatives’ workload and attendance with respect to…

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GENERAL SALES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE AT TOTAL, MAURITIUS

GENERAL SALES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE AT TOTAL, MAURITIUS

Total is the fifth largest publicly-traded integrated oil and gas company in the world, with 100,000 employees in more than 130 countries worldwide. Our size and performance rank us as one of the top five global oil companies. “We are among the majors that invest the most in exploration. More importantly, our teams are highly good. They have a real pioneering spirit we must keep cultivating. JOB DESCRIPTION Identify potential customers and approach them with…

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FUNDING AFRICA’S INFRASTRUCTURE GAP

FUNDING AFRICA’S INFRASTRUCTURE GAP

A look at Infrastructure funding gap across Africa and remedies so far. Key to enabling African economies to make the most of their opportunities is developing infrastructure in the region. Across the continent, new laws are being implemented and alternative sources of infrastructure funding are being sought in order to kick-start direly needed infrastructure projects. At the centre of it all is China, which is providing alternative sources financing to countries in Africa that have…

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MAURITIUS AGREES TO CONSTRUCT AND EQUIP FLACQ HOSPITAL

MAURITIUS AGREES TO CONSTRUCT AND EQUIP FLACQ HOSPITAL

Mauritius to construct and equip first teaching hospital – Flacq Teaching Hospital. The republic of Mauritius have entered a loan agreement with Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development. The agreement is for the financing of the construction and equipping of the first phase of Flacq Teaching Hospital project. The project is to support the health sector development and to meet the demand for modern medical services. It is also for improvement of the quality of hospital and…

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MAURITIUS

MAURITIUS

Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, known for its beaches, lagoons and reefs. Mauritius an island nation world-renown for its lush, tropical vegetation, dramatic mountains, sugar-white beaches, aquamarine lagoons and exotic mix of Indian, African, British, French, and Chinese cultural influence. It is located in the Indian Ocean 500 miles east of Madagascar. No matter how many times you visit the island, you always learn something new about this little slice of paradise. Experiencing Island is like a…

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BAGATELLE WATER TREATMENT PLANT PROJECT ON TRACK IN MAURITIUS

BAGATELLE WATER TREATMENT PLANT PROJECT ON TRACK IN MAURITIUS

Deputy Prime Minister visit bagatelle water treatment plant that will produce  57 000 m3/day of water when complete. The construction of the water treatment plant which started in february of last year is on track. The water treatment plant is under construction by the Chinese contractor JV HWPC/First Bureau/HUPD. The project is to help produce 57 000 m3/day of water. It will also  supply portable water at adequate pressure on a 24 hour basis to some 60,000 households…

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ADFD APPROVES FUNDS FOR SOLAR PVC PROJECTS IN RWANDA AND MAURITIUS

ADFD APPROVES FUNDS FOR SOLAR PVC PROJECTS IN RWANDA AND MAURITIUS

ADFD approve US $25m to both Africa nations for solar pvc project that will improve their energy system. Abu Dhabi fund for development (ADFD) has approve loans of  US $10m to Mauritius and US $15m to Rwanda for the construction of a solar project in both nation. The both project is expected to improve the nations energy system. The project in Mauritius will help the Central Electricity Board install solar PV systems on rooftops of 10,000 households which is part of the government’s…

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