Only 3 days left for the general elections! Similar to the past 2014 elections, I wanted to write some words to sum up my feelings around how the country was governed during the current mandate. Back in December 2014, I really wanted a change in the government for several reasons and at that point of... Continue Reading →
There are currently two ways you can find details about your voting centre for the forthcoming general elections being held on 7th November 2019: OEC's official web site and mobile appEmtel SMS > Electoral's web site and app The Office of the Electoral Commissioner of Mauritius (OEC) have put online a site and also mobile... Continue Reading →
Earlier today, I stumbled upon a communiqué from the ICTA. From what one can read, the ICTA will now have a web site from which all import applications (permits / type approval certificates) need to be made. They will also cater for document uploads to support your applications. Until now, this process required the importer... Continue Reading →
When changing jobs, most people are not aware that they can waive off those medical insurance waiting periods if they were previously already covered.
Nearly 10 years since I started shopping online! Although prices are now competitive in the island, some people do not hesitate to put exorbitant price tags for items which can be purchased directly online.
What you have read above on the title surely brought a smile in your face but what follows in this article will not make you happy anymore... Read more to know about the list of public holidays for 2020.
The State Bank of Mauritius introduced this ShopNCash (also known as Cash Back) in October 2018 last year and I have been regularly using this service since then. This avoids me having to queue in front of an ATM machine to get some cash if I'm already purchasing something in a supermarket. I have personally... Continue Reading →