The European Union is considering sending a joint European Commission/European Parliament mission to evaluate the experience in the use of renewable energies considered relevant in two countries: Samoa and Cape Verde.
Bishop Emeritus Paulino Livramento Évora, independent Cape Vrde’s first bishop, will be given a monthly state pension of 125,000 escudos in recognition of his contribution and services rendered in the realm of evangelization in the country and in the recent history of the church and the Cape Verdean
Judiciary Police have concluded their investigation of alleged corruption involving the Maritime and Port Institute, the jury in a public tender for bids and the Inspectorate-General of Public and Private Works, and the report should be sent next week to the Public Ministry, which will then decide what
Specialists at the African Center of Meteorology Applied to Development (ACMAD) and the Regional Agrhymet Center, as well as representatives of the CILSS/ECOWAS countries that met between May 30 and 31 in Abuja, Nigeria, believe that precipitation in the western region of the Sahel this year will be
The president of Cape Verde’s National Statistics Institute (INE) has sounded a warning cry, saying that the institution needs to double its number of employees and be given more financial resources in order to be able to produce annual and quarterly accounts without difficulties. The appeal is
It’s official. Cape Verde has become the first country in the Economic Community of West African States to sign a Concordat with the Vatican. The accord was signed this Monday morning, June 10, in the city of Praia, by the Vatican’s State Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Dominique
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzu Abe announced the Japanese government’s support for various projects in areas crucial to development, such as water, energy and the sea cluster, during a bilateral meeting with Cape Verdean Prime Minister José Maria Neves. The aid in question amounts to more than
Pope Francis will welcome Cape Verdean President Jorge Carlos Fonseca at the Vatican this Monday, one week before the country signs a Concordat with the Holy See. Fonseca intends to discuss issues related to international current events with the Pontiff, including instability in the West African sub-region
The mean headline on the front page of this week’s printed edition of A Semana refers to an exclusive interview with Luís Amado, Portugal’s former Minister of Foreign Affairs. In the interview, the current CEO of Portuguese bank Banif and chairman of the general assembly of Cape Verdean bank
Financing rating agency Fitch classifies Cape Verde as a “fiscally constrained” country. In a report on the sovereign debt of Sub-Saharan African countries, the agency recommends the application of directed reforms if these countries want to gradually improve their ratings.