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Arts industry professionals submit recommendations for forthcoming Budget

Arts industry professionals submit recommendations for forthcoming Budget
Date:May 21, 2020|Domain:Economy & Finance--Arts & Culture

GIS  – 21 May, 2020:The round of pre-Budget consultations for the forthcoming 2020-2021 National Budget, ended with the Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, Dr Renganaden Padayachy, meeting professionals of the arts industry a


Post Covid-19 Action Plan to preserve cultural life and support artists

Date:May 20, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture--Health

GIS - 20 May, 2020: A post Covid-19 Action Plan, spelling out 13 emergency measures to help preserving cultural life and supporting artists to sustain creativity in these difficult times, has been elaborated by the Ministry of Arts and Cultural He


National Arts Fund launches its fifth call for projects

National Arts Fund launches its fifth call for projects
Date:March 17, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture

GIS - 17 March, 2020: The National Arts Fund (NAF) has launched on 28 February 2020 its fifth call for projects and the deadline for submission of applications is 20 March 2020.The NAF has been set up under the aegis of the Ministry of Arts and Cult


Independence Day 2020: PM urges citizen engagement for a united and healthier nation in his message

Independence Day 2020: PM urges citizen engagement for a united and healthier nation in his message
Date:March 13, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture

GIS - 13 March, 2020: All citizens should work together towards the common goal of ensuring a united, prosperous and healthier nation. We must also double efforts to foster a more environmentally sustainable society, maintain road safety, combat soc


The democratic Welfare State of Mauritius is an example to the world, says President of the Republic

The democratic Welfare State of Mauritius is an example to the world, says President of the Republic
Date:March 10, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture

GIS– 10 March, 2020: Today, Mauritius stands as an example for the world as a democratic Welfare State governed by the rule of law, which guarantees freedom for all citizens, with an independent judiciary, as well as a free press. The President of t


Bad weather forecast: All National Day 2020 celebrations cancelled

Bad weather forecast: All National Day 2020 celebrations cancelled
Date:March 09, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture

GIS – 09 March, 2020: The official programme in the context of 2020 National Day celebrations, comprising the traditional flag hoisting ceremony at the Champ de Mars, in Port Louis, followed by a cultural show, has been cancelled due to weather fore


National Independence Day celebrations: activities aligned to theme Lanatir nou Lavenir

National Independence Day celebrations: activities aligned to theme Lanatir nou Lavenir
Date:March 05, 2020|Domain:Arts & Culture

GIS - 05 March, 2020: The official logo and video song 'Dan Larmoni Lanatir'  in context of the National Independence Day celebrations, were presented today, in presence of the Minister of Arts and Cultural Heritage, Mr. Avinash Teeluck, during a pr


National Drama Festival 2020: Call for participation

National Drama Festival 2020: Call for participation
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.   The objectiv


Open Air and Intercontinental Slavery Museums to safeguard memories and struggle of our slave ancestors, says PM

Open Air and Intercontinental Slavery Museums to safeguard memories and struggle of our slave ancestors, says PM
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


Mauritius, a source of inspiration for other countries, says Senegal’s Minister Diop

Mauritius, a source of inspiration for other countries, says Senegal’s Minister Diop
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