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Shake-up in State-owned organisations as part of ‘corrective measures’

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Shake-up in State-owned organisations as part of 'corrective measures'

Several new nominations and appointments are expected in major state-owned organisations.

So far, Ashit Gungah was appointed Chairman of the Mauritius Ports Authority and Menon Munien as Chairman of the Cargo Handling Corporation Ltd.

PM Pravind’s Jugnauth’s Senior Adviser Prakash Maunthrooa left Airports of Mauritius Ltd, Airport Terminal Operations Ltd and Mauritius Duty Free Paradise to be appointed Director General of the Central Water Authority.

According to Defi Media, the PMO intends to “bring in new faces, to renew the workforce but also to take corrective measures where necessary.”

Hence, changes are expected at the State Investment Corporation (SIC), the Sugar Investment Trust but also “at one of the major state-owned banks”, the newspaper said.

It added that some Mauritian Ambassadors and High Commissioners have informed the PMO of their interest to get a local appointment – which would allow them to remain in Mauritius and possibly run as candidate for the 2024 general elections.

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