Tackling the Growing Threat of Radicalization in Mauritius
One might not expect the island of Mauritius - best known for its sandy beaches, political stability and vibrant multiculturalism - to be vulnerable to Islamist radicalization, but recent events suggest the threat could greater than many think, writes Richard Chelin for African Arguments.
African Arguments, 28 June 2018
At a recent anti-LGBT demonstration, the well-known protest leader openly wore an Islamic State headband. Read more »
Sofitel So Mauritius, Bel Ombre.
This is Africa, 26 June 2018
Do you want to be a citizen of the most peaceful country in Africa? It comes at a cost of $1M and a few more costs. Mauritius, which is the most peaceful country in Africa sells… Read more »
This is Africa, 22 June 2018
Mauritius has been ranked in the top 20 of the world's most peaceful countries in the 2018 Global Peace Index (GPI). In the 12th edition of the Index, Mauritius was ranked number… Read more »
Mauritius: Mauritius Turns 50 - How Far Has It Come?
Deutsche Welle, 12 March 2018
Mauritius is marking 50 years of independence. The island nation is seen as a success story but the celebration is marred by a political scandal which may cause the country's… Read more »