Deportation of Mauritian National: The World Could Do With a Lot Less Keyboard Warriors

Who would have imagined, years ago, that our first priority before enjoying a delicious meal with someone we cherish would first need to be documented so that it could be posted on Instagram and Facebook? Who would have thought that our children would start learning what is appropriate, not at a university, so that their… Read More

Who will be prime minister after SAJ?

Life after SAJ… Surely it is some food for thought as to who will follow in our current prime minister’s footsteps once his tenure is completed. It must have crossed the minds of most of the nation at least once in the past year given all the subsequent arrests that have taken place since December… Read More

Driving a Wedge Between Democracy and Politics

Following the recent shenanigans happening in what we call our National Assembly, I really am left wondering whether the politicians – the men and women who have taken the oath to lead and rule our country, the same people who have dedicated their lives to making our country a better place – are at all even… Read More

SAJ and Modi: Official, If Not Natural

National Day, a day when patriotism and pride should be at an all time high among the citizens of our nation. A day when we forget who or what we are and remember only one thing: we are Mauritian. This is the general idea obviously and is why all the pomp and fervour are pushed… Read More