Praia, Cape Verde – Cape Verde’s prime minister on Tuesday invited investors to tap into the conditions of stability, trust, good governance, location and external positioning of Cape Verde to invest in the country said at a conference.
Thirty percent of electricity production in Cape Verde is expected to be provided by renewable sources by 2025, according to the Energy Sector Master Plan for 2018-2025, approved on Thursday by the Council of Ministers.
Cape Verde is set to have a competition regulator, with its creation scheduled for 2019, the deputy prime minister and finance minister announced on Wednesday in Praia.
The Commercial Registry Information System (SIRC) will make the lives of citizens and businesses easier and improve the business environment in Cape Verde, Justice and Labour Minister Janine Lélis said on Monday in Praia.
With world-renowned beaches and a cultural blend of African and Portuguese influences, Boa Vista is now on the map as an emerging destination for an unforgettable sunshine holiday. At only 620 km² the most eastern Island in Cape Verde boasts 55km of white sandy beaches and 350 days of sunshine each year and is the ultimate holiday destination.
We’re raising £3,000 to provide a €10 gift to each child attending the Cape Verde Foundation Christmas Party.
From over 2,000 nominees, The Resort Group PLC is pleased to announce that two of its operational Resorts on Cape Verde, MELIÃ Tortuga Beach Resort & Spa and MELIÃ Dunas Beach Resort & Spa are winners this year.
Situated just south of Boa Vista’s bustling capital, Sal Rei, sits arguably the best beach for swimming on the Island: Praia de Sal Rei. The smallest of the Boa Vista’s best beaches, measuring just 1km long, the beach is well protected from the trade winds that characterize the archipelago making it a top spot for those looking to cool off in the sea after a long day relaxing on the sun-drenched sands.
Panorama – an independent publication distributed within The Times on Monday 5th November 2018, takes an in-depth look at Cape Verde and how our developer is transforming tourism within the ten-island archipelago. The tropical archipelago increasingly attracts Foreign Direct Investment in all areas of the economy, but particularly infrastructure development, tourism, and maritime operations.
Cape Verde may be known for its beaches, deserts, and volcanic landscapes, but the archipelago is also home to flourishing, lush, and vibrantly-coloured vegetation. Here, we take a look at some of the places where you can immerse yourself in the flora and fauna of the Islands.