Juan Antonio Borrego

April, 2013

  • 25 April

    Sancti Spiritus Meets Sugar Production Plan

    Sancti Spiritus sugar workers met this Wednesday night their annual target. They have consecutively achieved this result for six years now, this time with some 15% growth compared to the previous sugar harvest.»

  • 4 April

    Environmental Solution Beneficial for Cuban Crude Oil Processing

    The introduction of a gas flaring system in Sancti Spiritus’s Sergio Soto Refinery avails new perspectives to crude oil processing in this plant, the only one in the country that exclusively works on Cuban raw material.»

  • 2 April

    Sancti Spiritus Hit by Severe Local Storm (+photos)

    Damages to electricity, to housing and to centers of production and services, mainly in the glass and roofs, and downed trees in several parts of the city are the most visible consequences of the severe local storm that hit Sancti Spiritus, in central Cuba,  on Monday afternoon.»

March, 2013

  • 6 March

    Flood of People will Honor Chavez in Sancti Spiritus

    Sancti Spiritus workers, farmers, combatants, youth, housewives, and locals of all ages and professions will make line this Thursday to pay popular tribute to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Frías, who passed away Tuesday in Caracas.»

February, 2013

  • 7 February

    Special School Restored in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

    “This looks like a different place” is the recurring phrase that students, parents and teachers use to illustrate the reconstruction work that saved the Special School Camilo Hernandez Carmona, in Taguasco municipality, from ruin.»

January, 2013

December, 2012

  • 26 December

    Melanio Hernandez Plant Joins Cuba’s Sugar Harvest

    With the startup of the Melanio Hernandez sugar mill, Sancti Spiritus joined the 2012-2013 harvest, campaign in which experts are confident that the sugar production in the territory could grow up to 15% when compared with the previous.»