From Africa Review
Mauritius plans to spend $178 million (about 5.6 billion Rupees) to improve public service provision.
Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam said that civil servants would also get a pay raise of between 12 to 50 per cent by January 2014.
The recent allocation of funds stem from the Errors, Omissions and Anomalies Committee established in October 2012 by Mr Dharam Manraj, the senior counsellor to the PM .
The committee was commissioned by Mr Ramgoolam to audit the public service and make recommendations on how to modernise and make it more efficient.
The Errors, Omissions and Anomalies Committee report 2013, mainly identified that wages were comparatively low in the public service.
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