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Phosphate mining Namibia’s economy hopeful, says NMP

Namibia Marine Phosphates, with its proposed Sandpiper marine phosphate mining project, believe that development of phosphate mining will position the country as an exporter of phosphate and fertiliser products. The move is set to bolster the country’s agricultural activity, as currently, much of the fertiliser consumed in Namibia is imported. …

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AfriTin resume full activity, targets 50% phase one lift in production

CEO of AfriTin, Anthony Viljoen, has revealed that the company is no longer affected by lockdowns and will, therefore, resume full activity. There had been interruptions, however. “We have not been immune to the disruptions caused by the lockdowns and have experienced delays in the supply chain from Namibia and …

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How will multinational mining companies respond to investors’ growing focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues?

Despite the short-to-midterm challenges of the global pandemic, the biggest challenge for multinational mining companies over the next decade will be responding to investors’ growing focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. As a focal point of how seriously the extractives industries are now taking ESG investing, over the …

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