Mauritius Tops African Rankings for Governance
[EA Business]Mauritius has been ranked first in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) 2014 for the eighth consecutive year.
Move to Set up Online SIDS Development Course Revived
[SciDev.Net]An online training programme dedicated to sustainable development for small island developing states (SIDS) may be offered to students in those nations - though plans are still at an early stage.
CMC Signs Co-Operation Accord With Mauritius Island Institution
[ANGOP]Luanda -A co-operation accord in the field of regulating and supervising Securities and Derivatives Market in Angola and Mauritius Island was signed last Monday, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on the fringes of the 39th Annual Conference of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).
Mauritius Tops African Governance List for 8th Consecutive Year, SA in Fourth Place
[Government of Mauritius]London -Mauritius has been ranked first in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) 2014 for the eighth consecutive year. Among the 52 countries rated by the Foundation, Mauritius scored the highest overall mark of 81.7 points. Cabo Verde was second with 76.6 points, with the average score for the continent being 51.5 points.
Maurice Tempelsman Wants to Invest in Angola
[ANGOP]New York -The Angolan vice president, Manuel Domingos Vicente, Friday in New York discussed investment opportunities in the country with the Executive Director of the Maurice Tempelsman Firm.
Mauritius - Model of democracy?
[Gender Links]Port Louis, Mauritius -The poem Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge reads, "Water, water everywhere. Nor any drop to drink." These words ring all too true when one reflects on the current turmoil and persistent gender inequality we are witnessing in Mauritius. Women are represented almost everywhere in various public and private sectors, but remain invisible at the negotiation tables of political parties.