The story of the archeological excavations that are unearthing the past history of Cape Verde, which in the 16th Century Portugal transformed into the hub of the world slave trade, will be published in the magazine Current World Archaeology, printed in the United Kingdom.
All civil society development organizations in Cape Verde will, from now on, be regulated. The initiative is aimed at providing stricter regulation for associations in order to ensure accountability and control. The bill defining the special statute of civil society development organizations has been
Cape Verde and the United States of America will hold a joint military exercise in 2016, according to Minister of Defense Rui Semedo during a visit to the destroyer USS McFaul, which made a short stop in Praia port.
Judge Fátima Coronel has been confirmed as chair of the Supreme Court of Justice, thus becoming the first woman to lead the country’s highest court. The presidential decree naming Coronel was published in the Official State Gazette on Wednesday, November 4, and the judge will be sworn in as chief
Cape Verde has entered the group of African countries considered “anchor states,” a designation given to countries the United States of America classifies as partners, according to Bisa Williams, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, who spoke in Washington, D.C. in
Three new judges have just been named to the Supreme Court of Justice – Benfeito Mosso Ramos, who thus returns to the institution of which he was once Chief Justice, Sara Boal and João Gonçalves. The three will join Arlindo Medina, Maria de Fátima Coronel, Manuel Alfredo Semedo and Anildo Martins.
The Cape Verdean government has approved a bill for a law decree obliging ship and boat owners to have insurance against damages caused to third parties or the pollution of the sea or coastal areas as a result of navigational activities.
The printed edition of A Semana returns this week with all of its sections chock full of news, including an audit of the Santa Catarina de Santiago municipal chamber, which has detected a 331 million-escudo hole in its accounts and debts of 1.1 billion escudos. A Semana also reports that the Court of
The governments of Angola and Cape Verde intend to enhance their cooperation in the area of maritime security, according to an announcement made in Luanda by Cape Verde’s Minister of Defense and Parliamentary Affairs, Rui Semedo.
Prime Minister José Maria Neves says he fails to understand the current political situation in neighboring Guinea Bissau, questioning “how it possible for a country with the needs Guinea Bissau has to go so long without a government?” The head of the Cape Verdean executive affirms he does