Here’s some news that you might probably discover by yourself while surfing the Mauritian web.
The old buggy version of l’express.mu, online since the 1st November 2008, has finally been replaced. A new version silently rolled in yesterday and a first quick glance at the code showed that it is being powered by Drupal.
As you can guess, I was at the Anjalay Coopen stadium for the traditional flag raising ceremony.
Lots of pictures in this post.
Are the authorities waiting for a few to be electrocuted or killed due to their carelessness while building or carrying their kanwars to take appropriate and strict measures regarding Kanwars?
3 topics to be briefly discussed today, including the installation of a new speed camera.
On the 28th February 2013, the government announced the national day celebration ceremony under the theme of “Enn Pei, Enn Nasion, Enn Destin” on their Rs 50 million worth web site and also, published the official logo for this special day.
Nearly one month ago, you probably came across confusing adverts, du déjà vu in the sales of motor vehicles. Both Nissan and Toyota were claiming for having recorded the highest sales of vehicles for the year 2012 via their respective representatives ABC Motors and Toyota (Mauritius).
A new guest post from a young guy who just completed his Advanced Diploma in IT but currently finding difficulties to get a job.
Let’s read what he wrote for us.