As indicated for Feature 70 "Comitatives and instrumentals", Mauritian Creole has THREE such markers, all of which are used for both functions, BUT the same marker cannot be used for both functions within the same sentence. In addition, Mauritian Creole has a fourth marker e (< Fr. et) which can only be used for the conjunction of sentences and verbal phrases (see Kriegel & Michaelis 2007).
Source: Kriegel 1996
Source: Kriegel and Michaelis 2007