Small and medium enterprises play a massive role in our economy, whether through employment creation or social contributions or a source of tax revenue for the government.
Acknowledging their importance, the Minister made several provisions for SMEs in this year’s budget, in various sectors and different financial and non-financial ways.
Continue reading “The 5 Best Reviews of Mauritius Budget 2021/22 for SMEs”
On 11 June 2021, the highly awaited Budget was presented to the parliament and the public, detailing several economic, regulatory, and social measures to improve the standard of living of the Mauritian population.
NGOs, which have been severely constrained in their operations due to lockdowns while social issues have been skyrocketing with the pandemic, could benefit greatly from the schemes, grants and facilities the government will make available to them in the coming financial year.
Continue reading “The Most Beloved Mauritius Budget 2021/22, According to NGOs”
Mauritians have been waiting with bated breath for the announcement of
the date of the general elections as the year has progressed; so it was no
surprise really that when the Prime Minister dissolved the Parliament on 6 October,
the Island began to prepare for the onslaught of political campaigning.
Over the months, political parties far and wide have been making their way through their constituencies starting to rally the support as to why they are worthy of people’s votes in this year’s elections.
Continue reading “Who Will Win the General Elections 2019?”
A Constitution, which is an established principle and stipulated procedures by which a government operates is not a mere document that can be discarded for a new one at any point in time, rather it is a fundamental or supreme law that can be review or amended when there is a need for injections new ideology into the existing content of the constitution. However, for a country like Mauritius that has a written constitution for over 50 years cannot possibly discard the constitution for a new one rather it only requires some amendment in form of removal of some clauses and inclusions of some observed oversights in the constitution to accommodate changing and emerging system of governance. Continue reading “Does Mauritius need a new Constitution after 50 years of Independence?”