Nearly one month ago, you probably came across confusing adverts, du déjà vu in the sales of motor vehicles. Both Nissan and Toyota were claiming for having recorded the highest sales of vehicles for the year 2012 via their respective representatives ABC Motors and Toyota (Mauritius).
A new guest post from a young guy who just completed his Advanced Diploma in IT but currently finding difficulties to get a job. Let's read what he wrote for us.
This recommendation was made by the DPP (Directeur de Poursuites Publiques) a few days back in the montly newsletter issued in January 2013 but strangely, very little has been said on this topic, most probably because this subject is still a taboo.
At the time of launch of this program, no restrictions or instructions were provided to caterers about the food and service they need to provide. Is the govt waiting for incidents to happen so that they can bring necessary amendments to improve, playing with the life of innocent students.
After the 10% discount valid up to 15 March 2013 in Clever Dodo boutique, another recently launched Mauritian site, MadDecals.com is today offering free stickers and iphone skins as well as a whooping 35% discount using the coupon code "yashvin35" till the 16th March 2013.
The whole country came to a halt today. Without being too sarcastic, I find it unbelievable that the most mobile networks could not handle today's needs but instead, they invest highly into advertising and stupid features.
As announced in the Budget 2013, a tax of 20 cents per gram of sugar is now applicable for soft drinks in retail outlets. At the same time, the beer is also going to cost more.
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This article is an update to what has been written and hugely debated here back in 2009. Many have been able to express themselves on the scholarship topic and the due of the HSC laureates at the end of their studies, financed by the government. And we all know that a considerable number of laureates never came back to Mauritius.