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Jay Fernandes

Jay Fernandes
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Master’s Degree G. Ph. from the University of Lisbon. Academic and teacher. Television , radio and press reporter / commentator

Ambassador Farewell Dinner in Cape Town

Last week’s Academia do Bacalhau dinner at the Cape Town Portuguese Club had a dual purpose of saying “Hello and Goodbye”. The goodbye was to...

More active life for older people

In 2030 one fifth of the Portuguese population will be more than 65 years old. That  was the conclusion of a report presented by Portuguese...

Fado ”EMBUÇADO” singer dies

The portuguese fado singer João Ferreira-Rosa died last Sunday in Lisbon. He was 80. João Ferreira-Rosa started his career in 1961, when he performed for...

Portuguese President swimming lesson

The Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa visited Angola this week to attend the ceremony of inauguration of the newly elected Angolan President João...

Portuguese Finance Minister to lead Eurogroup

The Portuguese Finance Minister, Mario Centeno, is getting closer to being the President of the Eurogroup. The choice of Mario Centeno to lead the prestigious...

MORE ARSONISTS DETAINED IN PORTUGAL

The Portuguese authorities have detained 128 people for the crime of forest fire this year, meaning an increase of 75% compared to 2016. To this...

Madonna fascinated by Portugal

Madonna has finally decided to settle in Portugal and the proof of the change of habitat is the purchase of the stately home, “Quinta...

TAP “Retro Flights ” a magical experience

TAP Air Portugal has launched an innovative and original marketing campaign which re-enacts the spirit and the style of the seventies in some...

Brazilian entrepreneurs invest in Portugal

Portugal has become the best choice of Brazilian entrepreneurs, the main reasons being security and tax incentives but more importantly because it is a...

Angola winds of hope

The People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), Angola's ruling party has won the elections held last Wednesday, nevertheless with a less significant...

Portuguese school of Macau damaged by Typhoon Hato

Typhoon Hato tipped across southern China on Wednesday, battering Hong Kong and Macau, shaking skyscrapers, flooding streets and forcing thousands to flee to shelters. Chaos...

Portugal’s long blazing Summer

Many people ask themselves why Portugal is plagued by more wildfires than larger countries in Europe, which is as much as half of the...

Saldanha, the man who discovered the Cape

History in most cases cannot be rewritten, even when the chronicles of day register the incorrect facts. One historical misconception is that Bartolmeu Dias or...

Venezuela the drama of civil war

Latest developments in Venezuela confirm that there is an open atmosphere of civil war. Irreconcilable differences between the government and opposition parties were aggravated by...