Mauritius: Wrecked Ship Parts to be Recycled

Mauritius: Wrecked Ship Parts to be Recycled

PORT LOUIS, 19 February 2021 – Work is underway in the dismantling of a huge oil tanker ship which ran aground last July on the reefs of Pointe-d’Esny off the coast of Mauritius. The Japanese vessel was carrying nearly 4,000 tons of oil at the time of the accident,...
Mauritius: COVID-19 Inoculation Begins

Mauritius: COVID-19 Inoculation Begins

PORT LOUIS, 28 January 2021 – Mauritius on Thursday entered the third day of its nationwide inoculations against the new coronavirus which started Monday. The priority group being vaccinated in this initial stage are healthcare workers and the elderly. All those...
Seychelles-Mauritius: India Donates COVID19 Vaccines

Seychelles-Mauritius: India Donates COVID19 Vaccines

VICTORIA, 25 January 2021 – India has shipped COVID-19 vaccines as donations to Seychelles and Mauritius, in Africa, as well as to Myammar. Seychelles on Friday received the 50,000 doses of Covishield vaccines, manufactured by the Serum Institute of Indaia. All India...
Mauritius: Investigating Japanese Shipwreck

Mauritius: Investigating Japanese Shipwreck

PORT LOUIS, 23 January 2021 – A former judge has been appointed by Mauritius to lead an inquiry into last year’s violation of its territorial waters by a Japanese-owned vessel. The MV Wakashio, as the Japense vessel was called, ran aground on a coral reef in July...
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