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Uncertainties continue to haunt economy

The International Monetary Fund says the country’s outlook remains positive with considerable vulnerabilities and risks. “Growth is projected to resume in 2018, as mining production ramps up, construction activity stabilizes and manufacturing recovers, before converging to a long-term rate of about 3½ percent, below the average of recent years,” said …

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ExxonMobil sells 40% stake to Galp

ExxonMobil has sold a stake on its petroleum explaration licence located on the Walvis basin to a Portugal based company. Galp has informed its shareholders on intentions to of farming-down a 40% interest in Namibia to an ExxonMobil subsidiary. Under the transaction, both Galp and ExxonMobil will hold a 40% …

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Drilling kicks off at Reptile project

Deep Yellow has commenced a 10,000m RC drilling program on the Reptile Project within EPLs 3496 and 3497. The project under Reptile Uranium Namibia  is to assess approximately 40km of the 100km of highly prospective palaeochannel system that has been delineated and remaining to be tested. This system includes the …

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