Throughout the lockdown period and even now that our lives are slowly getting back to normal, Moka Smart City has organised a string of initiatives to raise awareness about the coronavirus among the people of the region and help the most vulnerable families in these difficult times. A little throwback to two months of prevention and solidarity efforts.
Being confined at home doesn’t mean discontinuing our sports routine! Moka Rangers Sports Club has fully understood this and offers training sessions as well as sharing groups to its members in all disciplines. Here is a small glimpse of the programme for each of them.
We asked Vincent Mandrou, a clinical psychologist and member of Up Together, a multidisciplinary team, about the challenges of confinement with the family. Vincent specialises in treating children and adolescents, and he provides us with valuable insights into how we can approach confinement.
Regular physical activity is essential to stay healthy. Especially in the current context we find ourselves, all confined at home to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Mauritius. Yannick Lincoln and the experts from Synergy Sport & Wellness Institute share their best tips to keep up your routine at home... and even encourage beginners to get moving!
The COVID-19 threat, containment measures and limited access to food supplies haven’t slowed down the upsurge of solidarity among Mauritian people. We have never been so far apart, yet so closely connected. Here’s a throwback to some heart-warming initiatives carried out in Moka and elsewhere.
Confinement doesn’t necessarily mean giving in to boredom and slackness! Here are some activities to enable you to have a pleasant time while staying at home.
With the reopening of supermarkets and shops on Thursday 2 April 2020, the Government has introduced specific measures to encourage the Mauritian people to comply with all precautionary guidelines to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic in the country. If you are planning to go to the supermarket, here is a set of rules and the right things to do.
The drastic measures taken by our Government are intended to encourage all of us to exercise extreme caution in the fight against the coronavirus. Here is a recap of the actions taken and their impact on our daily lives.
Following the confirmation of cases of COVID-19 in Mauritius, Moka Smart City has immediately embarked on an awareness campaign aimed at people living and working in the region. It is our duty as citizens and business organisations to take all necessary measures. Here are the right things to do to curb its spread.
Novice and experienced mountain bikers will compete in a new five-stage championship across the island from February to November 2020. A competition that is sure to appeal to enthusiasts!
From Monday 3 February 2020, children aged 6 to 9 years old will have the opportunity to learn fencing at Moka Rangers Sports Club. But why choose this sport? And how will this awareness training take place? We answer all your questions!
The first issue of Moka Smart City’s free magazine, Mokazine will be distributed throughout the region by mid-December. What does this yearly publication have in store for us?
Moka Rangers Sports Club has chosen two young film-makers, Armand and Hugo, commissioned by Beyond Communications, to shoot a moving branding video featuring its athletes. We caught up with them to find out more!
Moka Rangers Sports Club now offers mountain bike lessons for children aged 8 to 12 years old. Here’s the answers to all the questions that you might have!
Nearly a thousand runners hit the start line of the second edition of the Puma Night Run Moka on 31 August 2019. This engaging event kept all its promises with the inauguration of La Promenade de Moka! Let’s take a look back at the preparation of this major happening.
The Test Drive is a programme that gives Mauritian entrepreneurs an opportunity to fine-tune their business model free of charge and ensure the feasibility of their start-ups through expert-led workshops. If you have a good idea, make sure to register your interest before 12 September 2019!
Moka Rangers Sports Club will hold an open day in September 2019 for young footballers aged 5-13 years old.
Four athletes and one employee from Moka Smart City’s multidisciplinary club, Moka Rangers Sports Club, took part in the IOIG, winning a total of 8 medals for Mauritius.
Moka Smart City proudly welcomed the Island Games torch, a symbol of unity and friendship, during its ceremonial relaying around the island on Monday, 15th July.
About thirty members of the sports club are representing Mauritius in a prestigious competition taking place in the country of quadruple world champions.
Improve the traffic flow while ensuring the safety of the pedestrians: such is the goal of the roadworks that began on June 17th. Samuel de Gersigny, Moka Smart City’s Senior Manager, updates us on the projects and their latest developments.
Mobility is a key challenge for the development of a city. This is why Moka Smart City is teaming up with Turbine, ENL Group’s business incubator, to launch the Smart City Mobility Challenge. The contest’s goal: to develop innovative solutions that meet the needs of the city.
The Moka Smart City team shone bright during the ENL Marketing Excellence Awards
The CEMA was in Mauritius from 5 to 7 November 2018 as part of its 4th International Mission. This visit was an opportunity for discussions with the ENL Group on topics such as the possibility for Monégasque companies to invest and locate on the island.
The aspiring musketeers from the Moka Rangers Sports Club were delighted to benefit from the experience of two fencers from Reunion Island during a training camp from 25 to 29 October 2018. Here’s a look back at a rewarding experience!
On Sunday 5th August 2018, about 150 marchers joined the driving forces of Cité L'Agrément in Saint-Pierre to protest against the scourges of drugs and alcohol, which have been increasingly affecting the region. ENL Foundation was one of the organisers of this peaceful march.
As from September 2018, a new sport discipline will make its world premiere in the Moka Rangers Sports Club : Fencing
« Join the trend, move your business to Moka Smart City ».
Moka Smart City, one of the main sponsors of the Necker Pro Squash Open has seized the opportunity to call upon the expertise of two international champions, for the benefit of high-level athletes who are regularly monitored by the team at Synergy Sport & Wellness Institute. This special coaching session was held on 31 May at the sports centre in Helvétia.
What differentiates Moka Smart City from any other such city on the island? For one, it already exists!
During the Marketing Excellence Awards, on March 8, the team of Moka Smart City, composed of Raphaëlle Lamusse, Sandra Requin and Samuel de Gersigny, was particularly distinguished with 4 trophies won, including the Marketer of the Year .
Moka Rangers, under the responsibility of Patrice François, will be the fourth team to join the national women’s rugby championship in September.
The ENL group has set in motion the urbanisation of this region over the past decade. Moka now offers convenient amenities to all inhabitants and businesses in the region like: shops, schools, universities, hospitals or even sports centres.