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SAIIA Newsletter No. 1, 1972

This newsletter contains four articles on various topics. The article by A.G. Mountain concerns opportunities offered to South Africa by the East Coast islands. Colin Eglin’s article states that it is in the interests of South Africa, Southern...

Election Update 2005 Mauritius No 1

This report presents an overview of the general elections that were held in Mauritius on July 3, 2005. The election proceedings were analyzed and some of the issues discussed are as follows: Constitutional and Legal Framework, Electoral Commis...

EISA Technical Assessment Team Report Mauritius

"This report outlines the EISA Technical Team’s assessment of the National Assembly Elections of May 2010. The findings and analysis of the electoral process in all its phases were discussed, namely the pre-election phase, the polling and counting...

Election Update 2005 Mauritius No 2 & 3

This report discusses the 2005 elections in Mauritius. The following issues are being examined : Voter and political party registration, candidate nomination, campaign process, Civic/Voter Education, Role of Security Forces, Printing of Ballot Pap...

Promoting the Effectiveness of Democracy Protection Institutions in Southern Africa The Ombudsman and the National Human Rights Commission of Mauritius

"This report, commissioned by EISA is an assessment of two democracy protection institutions (DPIs) in Mauritius, namely the Ombudsman and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). The report examines the Ombudsman, whose role and functions are...

An Analysis of the Implementation of the African Peer Review Mechanism in Ghana, Kenya and Mauritius

"This paper examines the implementation of African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) in Ghana, Kenya and Mauritius. First to voluntarily submit to review by the APRM, all three countries have devised different working models at the national level...

Mauritius Electoral Reform Process

Key to both its economic and political success has been the ability of the country's ethnically diverse populations to balance their communal interests in a multicultural setting. This paper discusses the Electoral Reform Process as well as the...

Consolidating Democratic Governance in the SADC Region: Mauritius

The reports starts with a brief introduction to Mauritius, outlining aspects such as its current economic situation, the major political milestones since independence in 1968, and the Mauritian stance with regard to its regional and international ...

Mauritius: Recent history and current developments

"The small, strategically located Indian Ocean island of Mauritius changed government on 11 June, 1982. Press reports indicated that the new government might disrupt the relations between Port Louis and Pretoria. This Brief Report focusses on the...

Mauritius: A change in direction?

"The people of Mauritius surprised observers, for the second time in 14 months, in the election held on 21 August, 1983. Mauritians proved that the islands were one of the few functioning African multiparty democracies by electing a new coalition...

David V. Goliath: Mauritius facing up to China

"This study draws on several data sources to provide a comprehensive analysis of China’s effects on the Mauritian economy through trade, FDI and aid. Moreover, also addressed is an issue that has not been of much concern for SSA so far but that do...

Explaining African Economic Growth Performance : The Case of Mauritius

"The success story of Mauritius is considered a model of economic development that has the potential of changing the destiny of many developing countries. The plan of this research work is to critically analyse the factors underlying this growth. ...

Facing the Global Financial Crisis - Policy Lessons from Small Mauritius

"The objective of the paper therefore is to assess the case of a small island developing state like Mauritius where government has attempted to mitigate the negative consequences of the global economic crisis through an appropriate policy mix. So...

The Impact of China-Africa Investment Relations: The Case of Mauritius

"This study argues that Mauritius boasts strong economic fundamentals and, through its various regional trade agreements and its strategic location in the Indian Ocean as a bridge between Asia and Africa, offers the perfect gateway to the emerging...

The Impact of China-Africa Trade Relations: The Case of Mauritius

"This policy brief aims to provide an in-depth analysis of China-Mauritius trade relations and their impacts on the Mauritian economy. The accumulated evidence suggests that while the resource-abundant countries of sub-Saharan Africa will benefit ...

Asset Price Developments in an Emerging Stock Market : The Case of Mauritius

"The Stock Exchange of Mauritius (SEM) has been in operation for more than 15 years. As at December 2004, there were 40 companies listed on the official market. The main objectives of this study were to analyse the risk return characteristics of a...

Impact of China-Africa Investment Relations: An In Depth Case Study of Mauritius

"This report sets out to examine the impact of Chinese investments on the Mauritian economy. We do this by describing the nature, trends and sectoral composition of FDI flows from China to Mauritius and vice versa; discuss the FDI-aid nexus; revi...

Impact of China-Africa Trade Relations:An In-Depth Case Study of Mauritius

"This Report aimed to provide an in-depth analysis of China-Mauritius trade relations and their impacts on the Mauritian economy as well as China's effects on various economic variables. Ultimately the study seek to identify the nature and extent ...

Winds of Change? Attitudes toward Renewable Energy Policy in Mauritius

"Most Mauritians support a move toward renewable energies even if it will raise their electricity bills, a good starting point for the government’s decarbonization strategy. Support for clean energy is particularly strong among better-educated, em...

Infrastructure Development and Financing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Toward a Framework for Capacity Enhancement

"Of the world’s developing regions, Sub-Saharan Africa has the worst infrastructure deficit, with studies pointing to lost growth opportunities. This study presents in one document information previously dispersed on the region’s infrastructure st...

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