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Namibia International Energy Conference roars into life

Placing a spotlight on Namibia’s energy sector while enhancing collaboration, knowledge, and investment linkages to drive Africa’s energy landscape as a catalyst for socioeconomic development, the fifth edition of the Namibia International Energy Conference (NIEC) kicked off on 26 April with a welcome address by the Managing Director of the …

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Exploration and production of fossil fuels controversially remains central to the development trajectory of several developing countries

The South African delegation at the World Economic Forum,recently, affirmed that the country is ready to partner with the local and global community to boost investment opportunities that will yield economic development. But the country faces a worsening energy and logistics crisis — resources critical for creating economic development, jobs …

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B2Gold planning to end the Otjikoto open-pit mine’s economically viable operations in 2031

Canada-based gold miner B2Gold has commenced the process to close its Otjikoto gold mine in Namibia due to depleted resources. Commissioned in March 2015, the Otjikoto open-pit mine produced 161,614oz of gold in 2022. The company was cited by the news agency as saying: “B2Gold Namibia has commenced with the …

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