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Morocco: Human Right Activist Released from Prison after Arbitrary Arrest

Maâti Monjib started his activism during the dictatorial reign of Hassan II of Morocco. He left the country to live in Senegal and France...

Circulation of Obscene Images on Social Media – Are Actions Being Taken Against the Perpetrators?

This morning, the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-MU) issued a communiqué following the Telegram scandal. It addressed “the sharing of inappropriate content including nudity...

NCC Briefing: Mauritius Reached 202 Cases

During the National Communication Committee briefing this evening, Dr Zouberr Joomaye announced that there have been four more people who tested positive for the...

Imaged-Based Sexual Abuse Against Women – Why is it happening?

With the rapid advancement of the internet and globalisation, there has been a lot of oversharing and misuse of online platforms, especially against women....

Words to Girls of Colour

On the 19th of May 2018, many young girls from different ethnicities around the world sat in front of their television and watched their...

Covid-19: Mauritius is back in lockdown

Mauritius has gone back into a 15-days national lockdown one year after the first wave, as covid-19 has made a resurgence at the end...

Mauritius goes on temporary lockdown until the end of March…

The Republic of Mauritius has begun another national lockdown on Wednesday that will last until the 25th of March 2021. It is the second lockdown...

Award winning Larsen & Toubro secure another lucrative contract

After winning Most Innovative Company 2020 at the Mauritius Business Awards last year. It seems there is no stopping Larsen & Toubro as the...

Health staff vaccination begin in preparation for Tourism to begin

The Republic of Mauritius has begun the vaccination of staff in the tourism industry in the preparation of reopening its’ borders later in 2021. Mauritius...

Mauritians riot in Port Louis…

Last Saturday, thousands of Mauritians took to the streets and marched in the capital of Port Louis calling for a general election and protesting...

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