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WearCheck moves to Westville

Condition monitoring specialists, WearCheck, recently relocated their head office and main laboratory from Pinetown to Westville, just outside Durban. The company’s Durban transformer laboratory also moved to the same premises. WearCheck’s new laboratory and offices are at No. 4 The Terrace, Westway Office Park, Westville. Managing director of WearCheck, Neil …

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Pix4D and SAP start a joint innovation project for the 3D inspection of transmission masts

Lausanne, Switzerland, Pix4D, technology pioneer and market leader in industrial photogrammetry software solutions, announces that it is starting a joint innovation project with SAP® to open up the market for drone-based, digital 3D inspections for telecommunications companies. SAP, a global leader in ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software, has included Pix4D …

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Orano extends corporate social responsibility to Spitzkoppe and Naman Pos

The Orano Mining Namibia has donated food parcels to Spitzkoppe and Naman Pos community as part of the fight against Covid-19, which has impacted on most livelihoods in the country. The donations are valued at N$110 000. Residents in Spitzkoppe depend mostly on livestock farming, small mining of semi-precious stones …

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Economy slump to take Namibia to 2013 levels

With another negative growth looming, the expected fall in the value of goods and services the country produces in 2020 will take Namibia seven years back. DESPITE the government spending billions over the past four years through the national budget, no real economic growth has been realised, and the country’s …

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Deep Yellow Limited Drilling Recommences on Tumas Project, Namibia

Deep Yellow Limited has revealed that drilling at its Tumas Project in Namibia has recommenced and is expected to be complete by October this year. “Deep Yellow Limited is pleased to advise drilling has recommenced on the Company’s Tumas Project (Project), located on EPL 3496 in Namibia. The Company is …

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De Beers co-innovate geofencing solution to enhance crew safety in offshore mining

De Beers Marine South Africa and Orange Business Services have installed and tested a customised IoT solution to provide geofencing to maintain safe working distances for crew members around heavy machinery involved in marine diamond mining The solution was successfully piloted on board the MV Mafuta, an offshore diamond mining …

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Trevali Mining’s zinc expansion plan in Namibia has NPV of $142m

Trevali Mining Corp. estimates that the project has a relatively attractive internal rate of return (IRR) of 65% and 8% net present value (NPV) of $142 million based on a zinc price of US$1.11 a pound. The prefeasibility study envisions a throughput expansion to 1.3 million tonnes annually, up from …

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Namibia Critical Metals Secures $5 Million

Namibia Critical Metals has entered into an investment agreement with Alumina Partners, an affiliate of New York-based private equity firm Alumina Partners The draw-down equity financing facility is structured to provide Namibia Critical Metals with timely access to private placement financing. Under the terms of the investment agreement, the company …

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Cronimet thrilled to be part of O&L Nexentury

Cronimet MD Steffen Kammerer has revealed that his company is thrilled to be officially part of the O&L family after many successful years as partners. German renewable energy project development company Cronimet Mining Power Solutions has merged with Namibia’s largest privately held group of companies Ohlthaver & List Group (O&L). …

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