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São Vicente, Cape Verde
Jornal o Cidadão (lit. Newspaper The Citizen) is a weekly newspaper published in Mindelo, in the island of São Vicente, Cape Verde. It is one of the most important newspapers in Cape Verde. It was founded in 1988.
A newspaper is a periodical publication containing written information about current events and is often typed in black ink with a white or gray background.
São Vicente is one of the Barlavento Islands, the northern group within the Cape Verde archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, off the west African coast. It is located between the islands of Santo Antão and Santa Luzia, with the Canal de São Vicente separating it from Santo Antão.
Cape Verde or Cabo Verde, officially the Republic of Cabo Verde, is an island country spanning an archipelago of 10 volcanic islands in the central Atlantic Ocean. It forms part of the Macaronesia ecoregion, along with the Azores, Canary Islands, Madeira, and the Savage Isles. In ancient times these islands were referred to as "the Islands of the Blessed" or the "Fortunate Isles". Located 570 kilometres (350 mi) west of the Cape Verde Peninsula off the coast of Northwest Africa, the islands cover a combined area of slightly over 4,000 square kilometres (1,500 sq mi).
Jornal o Cidadão features sports, weather, businesses and more from the island as well as from Cape Verde. It features pages about news stories, newspaper pictures and sports online.
João Guedes Branco is a French-born Portuguese theatrical actor and reviewer, professor, and programmer. He had a theatrical career for over 30 years and appeared in more than 50 plays, most of them in Mindelo, Cape Verde.
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Germano Almeida is a Cape Verdean author and lawyer.
The Associação dos Escuteiros de Cabo Verde, the national Scouting organization of Cape Verde, was founded in 1990, and became a member of the World Organization of the Scout Movement in 2002. The Associação dos Escuteiros de Cabo Verde has 733 members as of 2004.
The Lusophony Games is a multinational multi-sport event organized by the ACOLOP, which involves athletes coming from Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) countries, most countries competing are countries that are members of the CPLP, but some are countries with significant Portuguese communities or have a history with Portugal
For the Brazilian newspaper, see A Semana
Expresso das Ilhas is a weekly Cape Verdean newspaper that covers its top stories in the archipelago and local stories from each island. The newspaper is located in the Cape Verdean capital city of Praia and has one of the largest circulations in Cape Verde. The newspaper is published in Portuguese, apart from some occasional articles in Cape Verdean Creole. Its current editor-in-chief is João Augusto do Rosário.' Its daily circulation are around 10,000, it costs 100 per copy as of 2010. The newspaper is also available on the Internet.
Jornal Horizonte or O Horizonte is a weekly Cape Verdean newspaper that covers the top stories in the archipelago and local stories from each island. Expresso das Ilhas is located in the Cape Verdean capital city of Praia and is one of the most circulated newspapers and dailies in Cape Verde..
Terra Nova is a weekly newspaper that covers top stories from the island of São Vicente in the island country of Cape Verde. Terra Nova is headquartered in Mindelo, the nation's second largest city and is one of the most circulated newspapers and dailies in Cape Verde as well as the island of São Vicente. It was founded in 1975 making it one of the oldest newspapers that ever existed in the country or the archipelago.
Artiletra is a Cape Verdean bi-monthly newspaper/magazine. It is headquartered in Mindelo, and is the most circulated non-generalist newspaper in Cape Verde. Artiletra features articles and essays, as well as literary fiction, often by prominent Cape Verdean writers, covering topics such as the Cape Verdean culture, education, and science.
Cape Verdeans in Canada are Canadian residents whose ancestry originated in Cape Verde. Cape Verdean immigration to Canada began in the late 19th century with just a few people. The first Cape Verdean immigrants arrived aboard ships which would pick up passengers in Cape Verde. Cape Verdean immigration grew noticeably in the 1960s as Cape Verde suffered drought, famine, economic decline, poverty, and conscription.
According to Canadian census data of 1991, only 55 people of Cape Verdean birth were then living in Canada. This figure seems to be low, since Cape Verdeans are known to reside in several major Canadian cities, including Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. In Toronto alone their number is estimated to be at least 300, a number that is likely to increase in the incoming years.
Tourism in Cape Verde, a group of islands off the coast of Senegal, West Africa, started in the 1970s on the island of Sal and increased slowly in the 1980s and 1990s.
This article is about the Media in Cape Verde including its telecommunications, television and radio.
The Cape Verde women's national football team, represents Cape Verde in international women's association football and is governed by the Cape Verdean Football Federation.
Visitors to Cape Verde must obtain a visa to enter, unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries, which are mostly in Africa and Europe. Visas may be obtained in advance from a Cape Verde embassy or consulate, or in person upon arrival at any of the international airports.
The history of the cinema of Cape Verde dates back to the arrival of film-makers in Mindelo in the early twentieth-century. The first picture house was established in Mindelo around 1922, called Eden Park.
Cape Verde sent a delegation to compete at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 7 to 18 September 2016. This was the nations' fourth appearance at a Summer Paralympic Games since it made its debut at the 2004 Athens Summer Paralympics. Cape Verde was represented by two athletes in Rio de Janeiro: sprinter Gracelino Barbosa and javelin thrower Márcio Fernandes, who qualified for the Games by meeting the qualification standards of their events. Barbosa won the country's first Paralympic medal with his third-place finish in the men's 400 metres T20 competition and Fernandes came ninth in the F44 men's javelin event.
The following lists events that happened during 1988 in Cape Verde.
The Culture of the Island of São Vicente, Cape Verde is the second richest in the nation, with a range of customs and practices common in the islands,
Oceanpress is a weekly newspaper published in the island of Sal, Cape Verde and is headquartered in Santa Maria. It is the only newspaper in Sal. Its slogan includes Noticias de Cabo Verde which also features national stories on paper and online.
For the Brazilian regional newspaper, see A Nação