One Year in Power: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

It feels like only yesterday we were getting ready to go to the polls in what turned out to be one of the most interesting election campaigns Mauritius has seen for a while. Apart from the obvious political plays consisting of which parties had climbed into bed with one another and who had managed to… Read More

AUDIO: Radio Intervention of Krishna Athal on New Political Leadership in Mauritius

Congratulatations are in order for the people of Mauritius on the peaceful transition of power that resulted from the successful elections held and Mauritius new Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth assumed office at the weekend. South Africa’s radio Voice of Cape’s Nishta Sookdiyal spoke to Krishna Athal about this new change. Click here to listen

MAURITIUS’ GENERAL ELECTIONS 2014: The Stunning Victory and its Aftermath

The dust has officially settled and the task of pulling down election campaign materials and the step into the new government has begun. The task of fulfilling campaign promises and building towards a greater country has also officially started. It was indeed a day of momentous cheer, celebration and jubilation all around. The blue, white… Read More

Why I Would Vote For L’Alliance Lepep

We come from an era where political associations and agendas rank high on the list of accomplishments. Let’s face it. If you are not with the in crowd, don’t bother trying to get anything done. In fact, for the last 10 years, promises, some of which have been kept at a bare minimum while others… Read More