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Languages of Power and Cabo Verde’s 2016 Elections | by Abel Djassi Amado

“In Cabo Verde, there is a critical struggle emerging between the official language of political power: Portuguese, and the language of the people: Cabo Verdean Creole.”
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AfDB Approves a $2-million Grant to Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau to Fight the Zika Virus Outbreak

“The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) on September 8, 2016 in Abidjan, approved two grants of US $1 million each, to Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau as emergency assistance to support the implementation of National Preparedness and Response Plans to fight the Zika virus outbreak in the two countries. 107 more words

Lura: Herança

Tracks to an Island Home

Listening Post 63. Cape Verde has a diverse musical palette, but the international renown of the late Cesária Évora skewed the island nation’s reputation toward the melancholy morna style. 271 more words


Why you should visit Cape Verde

The people.

You should visit the Cape Verde islands because of the people who live there.

For someone who isn’t the biggest beach holiday fan (I’d more often than not pick a city to explore rather than lounging for hours on end), I was slightly worried to see desert, surrounded by sand dunes, surrounded by beaches, when the plane descended into Boa Vista. 570 more words

Travel: Top 5 Holiday Destinations

Top 5 Holiday Destinations 2016. What is your favourite kind of holiday? Sun? Sea? Sand? Adventure? Here at B1 we decided to have a look at what holidays are trending for 2016 and pick our top 5 holiday destinations. 472 more words

Just Another Beach

I have tons of beach photos in my digital albums, but I’m always able to tell which combination of sand + waves + blue sky is from which place. 513 more words