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Okanjande,Okorusu production plans on the pipeline

Northern Graphite Corporation has filed a technical report relating to the preliminary economic assessment (PEA) of Okanjande/Okorusu graphite project. The technical report, entitled: ‘Okanjande Graphite Project – Preliminary Economic Assessment Study Report’ has been prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects by CREO …

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Omnia’s BME launches its most advanced electronic blast detonation system

Safe and efficient blasting has taken a momentous step forward with Omnia Group company BME’s launch of AXXIS Titanium™, one of the world’s most advanced electronic blast detonation systems. BME Managing Director Ralf Hennecke has hailed AXXIS Titanium™ as a significant advance for the company’s ever-evolving technology offering, securing BME’s …

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Namibia set to a major player in rare earth elements supply-chain

Namibia’s mining sector is a major contributor to the country’s gross domestic product, and with the growing global push for a green revolution to prevent the earth’s surface from heating up more than 1,5 degrees Celsius in the next decade, the importance of the sector will be further highlighted. To …

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Lepidico’s Namibia project set to receive US financing

Lepidico, an ASX-listed company, has entered into a formal mandate with the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) to carry out a thorough analysis and evaluation of the Phase 1 Karibibib project in Namibia to determine whether the project is eligible for DFC funding. Detailed due diligence will be performed …

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Debmarine’s New Mining Vessel set to be commissioned in 2021

The new vessel, which is the most advanced marine diamond recovery vessel ever, is expected to be commissioned in 2021 and is expected to create more than 161 new jobs alongside Debmarine Namibia’s current workforce of 975 employees. The company has started to mobilise and train its permanent employees well …

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Namibia plans to solve housing problem by giving land to mining companies

ERONGO governor Neville Andre believes that giving land to mining companies could lead to the alleviation the problem of squatting in the Erongo region, which is increasing at an alarming rate. Andre has urged local authorities to make land available to large mining companies, at favourable rates, for the companies to …

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B2Gold Contributes to COVID-19 Relief Efforts in Namibia

B2Gold has availed a contribution of US$2 million to assist the Namibian government’s COVID-19 relief program. This represents one of the largest private sector contributions to the government’s relief fund. These funds will assist in the purchase of personal protection equipment, food relief packages and hospital equipment (including ventilators) to …

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B2Gold throw weight behind rhino conservation initiative

Canadian gold miner B2Gold Corp has shown its support for the black rhino conservation initiative in Namibia by donating 1000 oz of gold to support the initiative and the communities that protect them The gold donation is valued at approximately US$1.5 million. B2Gold’s Rhino Gold Bar initiative was recently launched …

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