Mozambique: Visabeira group’s Girassol Indy Village inaugurated Friday

12 February 2009

Maputo, Mozambique, 12 Feb – A tourist complex owned by Portuguese group Visabeira, built at a cost of US$21 million, is due to be inaugurated Friday in Maputo, the Centre for Investment Promotion (CPI) told Macauhub.

The Girassol Indy Village consists of 11 houses with between one and six bedrooms, all of which with air conditioning, fully equipped kitchen and cable television and will create jobs for 200 people.

The Visabeira group has five hotels in Mozambique and is also involved in the telecommunications sector via TV Cabo, the only cable television company in the country.

The CPI said that the Visabeira group planned to invest a further US$35 million over the next five years in various parts of Mozambique, particularly in the tourism sector (tourist resorts and hunting lodges), in the North of Mozambique, and construction of a private airport. (macauhub)