A Good Leader Believes in His Own Ability to Control Events

Notably, it should be added that a leader is also a person who holds the power to modify the course of events. According to theorists Hermann and Preston (1994), leaders who assume their responsibilities and know what would be the eventual consequences, are ‘skilful both directly and indirectly in getting what they want.’ For a… Read More

Impact of Biometric Technologies on Mauritian Society

Biometric technologies have, somehow, controlled and influenced the every day life of Mauritians. Whether its adoption in personal and business transactions, security, law, enterprise or e-government, the advantages and usefulness of biometrics seem to have been decisively recognised in the Island. This article aims to discuss the impact of biometric technologies on the Mauritian society.… Read More

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

Rise of Interest in Chagos Case with Arrival of Amal Clooney

This case was no longer in headlines since quite a while. Things suddenly changed when this celebrity joined the ‘cause’. Which triggers me to question, is celebrity public relations still cogent in contemporary society? News items prove it, YES! The Supreme Court case of Chagos Archipelago has taken another level of attention and exposure with… Read More