Date:February 12, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture
GIS – 12 February, 2020: The Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage is organising its annual National Drama Festival 2020 in 10 languages namely Urdu, English, Marathi, Telugu, French, Hindi, Mandarin, Tamil, Bhojpuri and Creole.
Date:February 03, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture
GIS – 03 February, 2020: Preserving and remembering our history is essential to build our future. The Open-Air Museum is yet another emblematic historical site that safeguards the memories of slavery in Mauritius. Furthermore, the Intercontinental S
Date:February 03, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture--International Relations--Foreign Affairs
GIS - 03 February, 2020: Mauritius, as a rainbow nation, embraces a diversity of cultures through the celebration of peace, harmony, tolerance and solidarity. This existing plurality is a source of inspiration for other countries.
The Minister of
Date:January 23, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture
GIS - 23 January, 2020: A series of activities in the context of the Commemoration of the185th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery in Mauritius, observed on 01 February each year, were announced by the Minister of Arts and Cultural Heritage, Mr
Date:January 17, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture
GIS – 17 January, 2020: A series of activities to mark the Chinese New Year which will be celebrated on 25 January 2020 will be organised by the Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage in collaboration with several key stakeholders. The Minister of A
Date:January 07, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture--Public Infrastructure
GIS– 07 January, 2020: A number of infrastructural improvements are being carried out in the margin of the Thaipoosam Cavadee and Maha Shivaratree festivals to be celebrated on the 08 and 21 February 2020, respectively.
In this context, the Prime