Mauritians of African origin, more commonly known as Mauritian Creole people are Mauritians of partial or total East African descent. Their ancestors were slaves who were brought to work on the French sugar plantations. Nowadays, most creoles also have French and Indian blood. Rodriguais & Chagossians are usually incorporated within the creole ethnic group.

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  • Mauritians of African origin, more commonly known as Mauritian Creole people are Mauritians of partial or total East African descent. Their ancestors were slaves who were brought to work on the French sugar plantations. Nowadays, most creoles also have French and Indian blood. Rodriguais & Chagossians are usually incorporated within the creole ethnic group. (en)
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  • Mauritians of African origin, more commonly known as Mauritian Creole people are Mauritians of partial or total East African descent. Their ancestors were slaves who were brought to work on the French sugar plantations. Nowadays, most creoles also have French and Indian blood. Rodriguais & Chagossians are usually incorporated within the creole ethnic group. (en)
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