Sao Tome and Principe will have a tourist information website that will be launched by the end of the month, said the manager of “Welcome to”, a project that aims to develop a digital platform for tourist information about the Portuguese-speaking countries.
“We started in Angola ( ‘Welcome to Angola’), four years ago, as the country was in a period of great … More
The World Bank and the European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide US$29 million to finance modernisation work for the Sao Tome and Principe electricity sector, under an agreement signed on Monday in Sao Tome.
The document was signed by Clara Sousa, representing the World Bank and the Sao Tome Minister of Finance and Public Administration, Américo Ramos, on behalf of the Sao … More
The government of São Tomé and Príncipe will this month launch an international tender to adapt the country’s ATMs to the international system so they can handle Visa cards, among others, the head of the central bank announced.
Maria do Carmo Silveira, governor of the Central Bank of São Tomé and Príncipe, told Lusa news agency that the country’s situation was complex, … More
Sao Tome and Principe travel agency JBC Travel and Tours on 30 August is due to start flights between São Tomé and Lisbon, Portugal, via Johannesburg, South Africa, the company’s managing director, Bilssen Coelho said on Monday.
The flights, which will be offered three times a week, Coelho said, will use an Airbus aircraft with a capacity of up to 150 passengers.
In … More
Portuguese group Mota-Engil has started construction of a school on the outskirts of Sao Tome, the capital of Sao Tome and Principe, funded by Taiwan and costing an estimated US$5 million.
The new school, designed for secondary and pre-university education, is located in Lobata district, 12 kilometres from the capital Sao Tome, and the ceremony to lay the first stone took place … More
Airlines from Angola, Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe are still banned from flying in European Union (EU) air space, according to the black list published Thursday by the European Commission.
In Angola’s case the only exception is flagship airline TAAG, which is permitted to fly in the whole of the EU air space, subject to restrictions on the types of aircraft … More