Africa

Cape Verde to cancel water and energy supply debts

Another of these announced measures will be the allocation of social inclusion income to over 18 Cape Verdean families, reaching a total of 29, higher than the 25 provided for in the Government's program.

TUI Group sells Cape Verde to British tourists again

The programs of the German tour operator, whose length of stay and hotels vary, 11 are destined for the island of Sal, which will start in early December, and three for the island of Boa Vista, with departures mainly from London and Manchester airports.

Cape Verdean government asks for increase in debt limit in 2021

“During the year 2021, the deficit of the State Budget financed with internal resources can go up to the limit of 4,5% of GDP at market prices”, reads the draft law, which will allow the Government to increase emissions of public debt.

Cape Verde begins to implement biometric control at air borders

The announcement was made by the Cape Verdean Ministry of Internal Administration (MAI), indicating that national citizens holding Cape Verdean electronic passports, over 12 years old, can use the 'eGates' accesses.

Education in an emergency context will be the target of multilateral cooperation in CPLP

The proposal will now be submitted "to the Council of Ministers meeting" of July 2021, "with a view to boosting multilateral cooperation" in this field.

Jean Piaget University of Angola to “investigate” a complaint involving Portuguese managers

The weekly “Valor Económico” reported that the Angolan PGR is investigating the university's team of Portuguese managers for signs of money laundering, tax evasion and aid to illegal immigration, following a public complaint by the faculty and not professor at that higher education institution on October 12.
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