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Population of Ilha do Maio could triple by 2030
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A study carried out by the company PD Consult concluded that the population of the island of Maio could triple by 2030, if all the variables were met.

This fact, according to the study, will have an impact on all sectors of economic, social and environmental activity on the island.

The study begins by making an X-ray of the current state of the island which, according to the 2010 census data used in its preparation, had about seven thousand inhabitants, with a small airfield and a port, connected with the country’s capital with two weekly air connections and three regular sea connections weekly, but without a regular and predictable public land transport service.… Read More

Little Africa Maio is a new destination, unique, of a high level and 100% Cape Verdean. Inclusive destination, cultural, business, with a component of residential and work tourism (tech / on line). HUB AFRICA, the window from Africa to the world and from there to the continent. LITTLE AFRICA wants to be the new little Dubai or African Singapore. A must-visit place made up of 54 small museums, one for each African country, which explain its history, people, culture, gastronomy, etc. Shopping center, theaters, concerts, restaurants, city of congresses, exhibitions and businesses, water sports, etc. Little Africa will have an international standard hospital as well as a first class international school, which will allow international citizens to settle on the island and use Cape Verde as a platform for providing services towards the African continent. LITTLE AFRICA has the express support of the WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION (OMT) and the United Nations HABITAT (sustainability and environment), due to the quality of the project and its commitments. So much so that its secretary general, SR ZURAB, supported the project before more than 40 African tourism ministers at the last regional congress, and confirmed that the next meeting will be held in Cape Verde, in September this year.
Little Africa Maio Project Socialisation
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The Municipality of Maio organised, Friday 23rd April at 5 pm, in the Salão Nobre Isaac Pinheiro, a public session for the socialisation of the Little Africa Maio Project.

The session, which was open to the public, was attended by the city council executive, elected officials and investors from the Grupo Internacional Holding Cabo Verde (IHCV), led by the Spanish Enrique Bañuellos.… Read More

mayor of maio, miguel rosa, considered that the “little africa maio” project will be “structuring” for the island's development, with “an impact on all social levels”, hence, it deserves “special attention” from the municipality
Maio: Miguel Rosa classifies the “Little Africa Maio” project
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Porto Inglês – The Mayor of Maio, Miguel Rosa, considered that the “Little Africa Maio” project will be “structuring” for the island’s development, with “an impact on all social levels”, hence, it deserves “special attention” from the municipality.

Miguel Rosa participated in the public launching of the project during which several questions and concerns were raised, but promptly clarified by the representative of the International Holding Cape Verde (IHCV) group, led by the Spanish Enrique Bañuellos.… Read More

henrique banuellos. Porto Inglês - The Spanish investor in the “Little Africa Maio” project, Enrique Bañuellos, said that the physical work on the infrastructure should start in the first half of this year, according to the plan drawn up. According to the investor representative of the Grupo Internacional Holding Cabo Verde (IHCV), led by the Spanish Enrique Bañuellos, who spoke at the public presentation of the project, estimated at around 500 million euros, the intention is to create “a unique destination never before presented ”, which will allow tourists to have a connection with the African continent in its various aspects.
Maio: ‘Little Africa Maio’ project, estimated starting in July
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Porto Inglês – The Spanish investor in the “Little Africa Maio” project, Enrique Bañuellos, said that the physical work on the infrastructure should start in the first half of this year, according to the plan drawn up.

According to the investor representative of the Grupo Internacional Holding Cabo Verde (IHCV), led by the Spanish Enrique Bañuellos, who spoke at the public presentation of the project, estimated at around 500 million euros, the intention is to create “a unique destination never before presented ”, which will allow tourists to have a connection with the African continent in its various aspects.… Read More

Cape Verde TradeInvest delivered the investment registration certificate to the representative of the MaiHotel Club project, Adalberto Lopes Semedo, by the client manager, Luísa Tavares, on Thursday, April 8, at the agency's headquarters in Praia. The tourist development will be located in Porto Inglês, in Vila do Maio.This is a hotel to be built, which aims to offer high-end senior tourism under the “Adults Only” concept with 60 suites between apartments and offices, divided into three centers. The first, called the Centro de Vida, will consist of seven boutiques, a space for sports, an outdoor health space, two restaurants, two bars, a private music club, a swimming pool, a private beach, a center sport fishing, a space for cultural entertainment and other services. The second center will be dedicated to business and will have offices, international secretariat, training center, conference room and other services. Finally, a wellness center consisting of fitness clubs, spa, beauty center, and other complementary services. The investment project is estimated at 7,200,000 euros (seven million and two hundred thousand euros) and provides for the creation of 60 jobs.
Maio Cape Verde: MaiHotel investment project
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Cape Verde TradeInvest delivered the investment registration certificate to the representative of the MaiHotel Club project, Adalberto Lopes Semedo, by the client manager, Luísa Tavares, on Thursday, April 8, at the agency’s headquarters in Praia. The tourist development will be located in Porto Inglês, in Vila do Maio.
This is a hotel to be built, which aims to offer high-end senior tourism under the “Adults Only” concept with 60 suites between apartments and offices, divided into three centers.… Read More

Little Africa Maio is a new destination, unique, of a high level and 100% Cape Verdean. Inclusive destination, cultural, business, with a component of residential and work tourism (tech / on line). HUB AFRICA, the window from Africa to the world and from there to the continent. LITTLE AFRICA wants to be the new little Dubai or African Singapore. A must-visit place made up of 54 small museums, one for each African country, which explain its history, people, culture, gastronomy, etc. Shopping center, theaters, concerts, restaurants, city of congresses, exhibitions and businesses, water sports, etc. Little Africa will have an international standard hospital as well as a first class international school, which will allow international citizens to settle on the island and use Cape Verde as a platform for providing services towards the African continent. LITTLE AFRICA has the express support of the WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION (OMT) and the United Nations HABITAT (sustainability and environment), due to the quality of the project and its commitments. So much so that its secretary general, SR ZURAB, supported the project before more than 40 African tourism ministers at the last regional congress, and confirmed that the next meeting will be held in Cape Verde, in September this year.
Maio Cape Verde, Little Africa a quality place to live
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Little Africa Maio is a new destination, unique, of a high level and 100% Cape Verdean.
Inclusive destination, cultural, business, with a component of residential and work tourism (tech / on line). HUB AFRICA, the window from Africa to the world and from there to the continent.… Read More

cv interilhas, a maritime transport concessionaire in cape verde, led by the portuguese group ete, will reinforce the fleet with two ships this year, one of which starts operations in May with an investment of four million euros.
CV Interilhas strengthens maritime transport fleet in Cape Verde with two ships
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CV Interilhas, a maritime transport concessionaire in Cape Verde, led by the Portuguese group ETE, will reinforce the fleet with two ships this year, one of which starts operations in May with an investment of four million euros. “In less than two years we will already be on the second ship, to arrive in the coming weeks. And by the end of the year, we are still thinking of bringing another ship to build a fleet of ships suitable for Cape Verde”.… Read More