The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Regional Integration informs that, after the necessary internal procedures, both in the European Union and in Cape Verde, have been concluded, the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde amending the Agreement between the European Union and the Republic of Cape Verde on the facilitation of the issuance of short-stay visas for citizens of the Republic of Cape Verde and the European Union, enters into force on 1 July 2022.… Read More
The creation of the Special Economic Zone on the Cape Verdean island of Maio, approved today in parliament, will allow the private promoter to move forward with the largest tourist development in the country, worth 500 million euros, guaranteed by the Minister of Finance.… Read More
On Ilha do Maio Águas e Energias do Maio (AEM) has already started producing water using one hundred percent photovoltaic energy, an investment that will reduce production costs by around 65%.
This investment happened at a “good time”, since the country and the world are facing an increase in the price of oil and its derivatives and, consequently, an increase in electricity bill.… Read More
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
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
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