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12 Sep 2020
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12 Sep 2020
The Japanese ship operator of the tanker that leaked over 1,000 tons of oil off the coast of Mauritius in July has pledged $9 million toward clean-up efforts. The oil spill has damaged mangroves and coral reefs.
15 Aug 2020
The oil spill off the coast of Mauritius is a grim reminder of the need for environmental courts in Africa. They could play an important role in punishing environmental offences as a recent case from Kenya proves.
14 Aug 2020
Mauritius said almost all oil from a leaking ship off its coast has now been removed. The country will also seek compensation from the owners of the Japanese ship for causing ecological damage.
8 Jul 2020
A new tool by the International Trade Centre aims to track policies for women in trade. The SheTrades outlook shows that South Africa, Mauritius, Rwanda and Samoa have designed policies that boost women’s economic empowerment. Vanessa Erogbogbo, Chief of the SheTrades Initiative at ITC joins CNBC Africa for more.
6 Sep 2019
Pope Francis is set to visit the cyclone-vulnerable nations of Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius this week. Climate change, corruption and poverty will be on the agenda in talks with leaders.
5 Sep 2019
Pope Francis will make his fourth trip to Africa when he visits Mozambique, Mauritius and Madagascar from 4-10 of September 2019. Pope Francis will travel to Mozambique's capital, Maputo on the 4th then on to Antananarivo, Madagascar on Saturday 7th and Port Louis, Mauritius on Monday 9th of September according to the Vatican.

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