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Mining remains Namibia’s cash cow

The latest official trade statistics show that Namibia has increased its income from non-ferrous metal exports by 25.5 per cent to Belgium, China and Germany in the last quarter. According to the Namibian Statistics Agency (NSA), the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) was the largest import source for Namibia, accounting …

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B2Gold explains the decrease in production forecast for 2021

B2Gold has revealed that its decrease in 2021’s production forecast is attributable to lower expected production from Fekola in 2021 (as Phase 5 and 6 of the Fekola Pit are developed in the first half of 2021), partially offset by an expected overall 16% increase in production from Otjikoto. The …

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Upskill your workforce with WearCheck training

Condition monitoring technology is advancing so fast that ongoing training for staff working in the machinery maintenance arena is essential in order to stay abreast of current trends. So says WearCheck’s technical manager, Steven Lumley, who plays an instrumental role in developing the company’s training schedule as well as ensuring …

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