Contrary to the situation in Seychelles Creole (which derives from Mauritian), the so-called "gany passive" is not productive in Mauritian Creole and is attested only with a handful of verbs meaning broadly 'punish' or 'suffer' (bate, beze, kraze, ...). It nevertheless has the potential to become productive (see Kriegel, e.g. 1996, 2007). The morphologically unmarked passive construction is by far the most common one, as in Example 169.
Source: Kriegel 1996