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Do you speak Zulu or Afrikaans?

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If you do, how about making some extra cash?

The Judiciary is currently looking to enlist, on an ad hoc basis, the services of an Interpreter to help with proceedings before the Supreme Court of Mauritius, the Intermediate Court, the Industrial Court and the District Courts of Mauritius.

According to communique from the office of the Acting Master and Registrar, positions are currently available for those who can interpret:

(i)  Zulu into English/French and English/French into Zulu,

(ii) Afrikaans into English/French and English/French into Afrikaans,

Interested parties who wish to be enlisted are requested to contact Mr Bhardhigesh Lukhoo on 2604100 – Ext: 7011/7012 or at email address blukhoo@govmu.org.

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