Mines in Namibia

Minerals produced in Namibia

Direct Employment


Welcome to the Chamber of Mines

The not for profit organisation acts as an advocacy body, in which it is a voice for the industry to government and other institutions. Through its influence and deliberation on policies affecting the sector, the Chamber works towards sustaining and maintaining a regulatory environment which attracts investment and promotes the growth of the Namibian mining industry.


The Chamber and its members are united and governed by a robust Constitution, Code of Conduct & Ethics


Access to factual information on Chamber members and Namibia’s mining sector is a key function of the Chamber of Mines

Accountability & Compliance

The Constitution, Code of Conduct and Ethics have mechanisms in place to ensure that mining activities are conducted in an ethical, environmentally and socially responsible manner

What we do & our partners

Work Permits & Visas

While the industry sources the bulk of its required services from Namibian businesses

Mining Expo & Conference

Once a year the Chamber of Mines hosts the Mining Expo and Conference, which is usually

Chamber Committees

Outside the daily functions of the Chamber office exist active and passionate committees

Sustainable Development

The Chamber of Mines subscribes to the principles of sustainable development


The Namibian Uranium Association (NUA) is the advocacy body that represents the


Minerals in Namibia

Latest news

2019 President’s Report

At the AGM on 16 Spetember 2020, The Chamber of Mines President, Mr Zebra Kasete, ...

2019 Mining Sector Review and impacts of COVID-19

See link below to download the presentation given at the press conference (13 August 2020) ...

2019 Annual Review release

After many a delay this year, the 2019 Chamber of Mines Annual Review is finally ...

Mining and Environment

Happy World Environment day! In commemorating the environment on this day, we also celebrate the ...