Mauritius

 
African trade far from free
African trade far from free
South Africa has finally signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, but the journey towards creating a common market of goods and services...
Mauritius: Paradise for who?
Mauritius: Paradise for who?
Carou Labonne has always been proud of Mauritius, the island she calls home. “I’ve always said it is paradise,” she says.
Lessons from Mauritius on making companies more accountable
Lessons from Mauritius on making companies more accountable
Since the turn of the century, developing countries have been adopting corporate governance codes with the promise that they will enhance accountability and growth, while delivering equitable, ethical, and sustainable business practices....
GovChat site for sale – but there are some strings attached
GovChat site for sale – but there are some strings attached
NEWS ANALYSISThe government’s official social media platform is for sale, probably to a foreign-owned multinational company.
Orphaned at 13, she has cared for her siblings her whole adult life
Orphaned at 13, she has cared for her siblings her whole adult life
The youngest was too young to know what was going on when my father died. I was only 13 years old, the oldest of four. I remember a relative coming...
Tax treaty with Mauritius blocks outflow
Tax treaty with Mauritius blocks outflow
Globally, initiatives are afoot to close tax loopholes and South Africa is one of the frontrunners – its new treaty with Mauritius removes the...
Memories of Madiba in Mauritius
Memories of Madiba in Mauritius
It was only after five days of blissing out on one of the most idyllic Mauritian beaches that I learned that the beach I was walking on, Le Saint...
SA-Mauritius deal spooks investors
SA-Mauritius deal spooks investors
Mauritius, the island that in effect offers a corporate tax rate of 3%, no capital gains tax and no withholding tax on dividends, has long been...
South Africa's 'ships of shame' under fire
South Africa's 'ships of shame' under fire
A ship carrying 3 500 head of cattle, goats and sheep is due to leave on Tuesday for the island paradise of Mauritius -- and the...
Mauritius: The island of dreams
Mauritius: The island of dreams
When I step off the plane into the humid evening air on my first night in Mauritius, I’m holding down my big straw holiday hat and a Cheshire...
Mauritius' economy 'miracle' not all it seems
Mauritius' economy 'miracle' not all it seems
If you really want to upset an African trade minister then comparing his economy with that of Mauritius is a good place to start. The simple fact...
Bitter tussle over Moeletsi Mbeki mansion
Bitter tussle over Moeletsi Mbeki mansion
Court papers served in an acrimonious dispute between Moeletsi Mbeki and his estranged lover allege that Mbeki is a man of "vast wealth"...

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