Tuesday , April 23 2024

Andrew Maramwidze

Madison Metals Unveils High-Grade Uranium Targets in Namibia Project

Canadian miner Madison Metals has sent a jolt of excitement through the resource sector, outlining priority drill targets at its Khan Project in Namibia. This news comes as a welcome development for investors eager to capitalize on the growing global demand for uranium, a critical fuel for clean nuclear energy. …

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Seriously safe boots for the mining industry

With Africa holding 30 percent of the world’s mineral reserves, the industry is poised for further investment as operations scale across the continent, notably in Southern and central Africa. Bata Industrials South Africa, a South African-based safety shoe manufacturer, believes in the need to begin with the basics of a …

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Uranium Boom Loses Steam: Water Woes Threaten Namibia’s Nuclear Growth

Namibia’s ambitions of riding the rising tide of the global uranium market might be dampened by a familiar foe – water. The Bank of Namibia (BoN) has cast a shadow over the industry’s jubilant growth, predicting a significant slowdown in 2024 due to water supply constraints. This comes as a …

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Namibia’s Diamond Sparkle Fades Amidst Global Gloom

Namibia’s diamond industry, once a glittering jewel in the country’s economic crown, is facing a period of turbulence. A slowdown in global demand, coupled with potential new regulations, threatens to cast a shadow over the sector. Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo, painted a sobering picture during his recent …

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OAR Makes a Power Play in Namibia, Expanding Uranium Footprint

Johannesburg – In a move that strengthens their position as a key uranium player, Oar Resources Limited (OAR) announced this week that they have secured a foothold in Namibia, a country synonymous with large-scale uranium production. This expansion marks a significant step for OAR, venturing beyond their current projects and …

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LIFECYCLE APPROACH WITH OEM PARTS FOR SUSTAINABLE PUMPING SOLUTIONS

Capital equipment like pumps operate only as well as their components and wear parts allow, so it makes little sense to risk this performance by installing a replicated part. “Mining and other industrial applications rely heavily on continuous operations to reach the productivity levels that make them profitable,” says Marnus …

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New senior regional appointment to Nissan Africa leadership-Updated

Jordi Vila, currently Nissan Divisional Vice President Marketing and Sales Europe is appointed as President Nissan Africa, as DVP. Joni Paiva, currently Nissan Africa President & India Sales & Marketing DVP will return to the Renault group. Vila is a 30-year Nissan veteran with extensive experience sales and marketing in …

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Rich rewards result from investing in WearCheck’s training

Rich rewards result from investing in WearCheck’s training Ensuring that condition monitoring customers whose maintenance staff undergo ongoing technical skills training earn significant returns from their investment into the training courses, is a priority for condition monitoring specialist company, WearCheck. Maintenance crew members can choose from more than 15 courses …

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Namibia’s Green Dream Gets a German Hand: $10 Billion Hyphen Project Receives Major Boost

Namibia’s ambitious plan to become a green hydrogen powerhouse received a significant shot in the arm this week with a major boost from Germany. The €9 billion (approximately $10 billion) Hyphen development project, envisioned as the country’s first gigawatt-scale green hydrogen initiative, has secured crucial backing from the German government. …

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Namibia Seeks Clear Skies: Supportive Legislation Needed for Hydrogen, Mining Boom

Namibia, a nation rich in natural resources, is setting its sights on a future fueled by green hydrogen. However, industry experts warn that the absence of dedicated hydrogen legislation could stall this ambitious goal. “Understanding and adapting to Namibia’s approach to hydrogen and mining will be crucial for investors,” says …

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