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Kozé #23: Don’t give up the fight

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In line with the May 1st celebrations, the 23rd edition of Kozé looks back on three historical battles that Labour Day protests in Mauritius managed to overcome, emphasising in the editorial that history is always in the making and that the fight must go on no matter what. With cover art by the painter Jean-Claude Baissac – who we interviewed as well – this edition also discusses Mauritian pregnancy superstitions; introduces Kozé Jobs, our new job platform; features a coffee guide for amateurs; and looks back on the importance of the neighbourhood corner shops in the day-to-day Mauritian lifestyle; among other interesting articles.

Koze 23

If you haven’t picked up your copy of Kozé #23 at one of our distribution points, you can still read all about it on our koze.mu blog.

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