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Ângelo Semedo

Praia, Cape Verde
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About Ângelo
Ângelo Semedo is a journalist based in Praia, Cape Verde.

Cape Verde: Nothing stops the dreams of this young mechanic

15 Dec 2022  |  www.dw.com
Trained mechanic Keven Fortes faced many professional barriers due to his physical condition. Today, with his own company, he aims to prove that barriers don't matter when dreams are valid.

Tutu Sousa: Covering the streets of Cape Verde with art

17 Nov 2022  |  www.dw.com
Cape Verdean artist Tutu Sousa, with a 27-year career, has been transforming the streets of his neighborhood, Terra Branca in Praia, into authentic open-air art galleries. Tutu believes that being a plastic artist in Cape Verde is an act of courage.

Community Tourism by Bicycle in Cape Verde

15 Nov 2022  |  www.dw.com
The 'Cycling CV Tourism' project in Cape Verde uses cycling to introduce tourists to the peripheral neighborhoods of Cidade da Praia, promoting sustainable tourism.

Cape Verde: Challenging drought to produce grapes

13 Oct 2022  |  www.dw.com
Vicente Teixeira, a 66-year-old retiree who spent many years in the Netherlands, has established the first vineyard on the island of Santiago in Cape Verde, overcoming the severe drought affecting the country. His project aims to provide fresh grapes to local children and to drive change in the nation's agriculture.

The first African world champion of 'longboard dancing'

03 Jun 2022  |  www.dw.com
Marina Correia, a 24-year-old from Cape Verde, has been making waves as the first African world champion in 'longboard dancing' since her international title win in 2020. Despite facing discrimination, she remains determined to be a role model for black 'longboarders' around the globe.

The tireless craftsman of fishing boats

14 Apr 2022  |  www.dw.com
Manuel Lopes Fortes, also known as Lulu, is a Cape Verdean craftsman who has been dedicatedly building fishing boats for 30 years. Despite the challenges of his profession, which is at risk of disappearing, he continues his work with passion, a craft he learned from his father at an early age. The boats he sells today are priced between 1,000 and 3,500 euros.

Press Freedom Under Attack in Cape Verde?

03 Feb 2022  |  www.dw.com
In Cape Verde, two journalists and their respective news outlets, Hermínio Silves of Santiago Magazine and Daniel Almeida of A Nação, were indicted by the Public Prosecutor's Office for alleged qualified disobedience by violating judicial secrecy. The Association of Journalists of Cape Verde (AJOC) criticized the move as an attempt to silence the press, especially investigative journalism. The AJOC is seeking legal changes to protect journalists and has reported the perceived persecution to international bodies. The Committee to Protect Journalists has called for an end to the investigation against Hermínio Silves. The State President José Maria Neves has called for calm, emphasizing the importance of public interest and press freedom. The Procurator-General, Luís José Landim, stated that the focus of discontent should be on lawmakers, not the Public Prosecutor's Office.

Cape Verde records record numbers

05 Jan 2022  |  www.dw.com
Cape Verde is experiencing its worst moment since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, with record numbers of new infections reaching a thousand daily cases. The presence of the Omicron variant has been confirmed in Santiago, increasing concerns. Despite the surge, hospitals remain stable, with the National Institute of Public Health (INSP) President Maria da Luz Lima assuring sufficient testing capacity. The Agostinho Neto Hospital is at its limit, and the health director Jorge Noel Barreto acknowledges an epidemiological uncontrol. Residents express anxiety over the social impact, while President José Maria Neves and Prime Minister Ulisses Correia e Silva call for increased vaccination and adherence to health measures.

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