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Journalist community mourns the death of Dharmanand Dhooharika

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With almost four decades of print experience under his belt, Dharmanand Dhooharika — fondly called Mamou — was a multi-talented journalist known for his humour and go-getter qualities.

Dhooharika began his career as a journalist in 1982. He has worked for several newspapers, including Nation, Le Mauricien, Mauritius Today, Mauricien Soir, L’Hebdo, Le Défi Plus, Le Quotidien, Samedi Plus and Impact News.

On October 17, 2011, he was sentenced to three months prison and a fine of Rs 300,000 by the Supreme Court after being found guilty of contempt of court following a series of articles published on August 14, 2010 in the weekly Samedi Plus.

The judgment was annulled by the Privy Council.

The team of NEWSMORIS conveys its sincere condolences to his family.

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