Andrada Mining has completed the commissioning of the lithium bulk sampling plant (“the Plant”) and the tantalum circuit which are currently being optimized
The Chamber of Mines’ annual Mining Expo & Conference is thriving, and this year’s event has set a new benchmark for excellence. It proudly stands as the largest and most successful gathering ever hosted by the Chamber of Mines, achieving remarkable growth in terms of exhibitors, visitors, and conference participants, with increases of 59%, 33%, and 80%, respectively.
Rössing Uranium scooped the Chamber of Mines of Namibia’s Inter-Mine Safety Competition Award for operating mines (Division A) in the country. This was announced by the Chairperson, Health & Safety Committee, Barcelona Tsauses, on Wednesday, 30 August 2023, at the Chamber of Mines of Namibia’s Mining Expo and Conference.
What makes ESG truly powerful is the intricate web of interconnections and interrelations between these elements as they collectively frame a company, but increasingly also a town, a society and even a nation’s sustainability profile.
Namdeb is proud to announce that Namibia’s first-ever battery-electric bus (E-bus) has arrived in Namibia. The arrival of the bus in Oranjemund aligns with Namdeb’s value of sustainability and the Company’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2030. Namdeb has undertaken to reduce its overall diesel and electricity consumption by improving the efficiency of its processes as part of accelerating its carbon neutrality journey. This commitment further contributes to realizing Namibia’s national effort of minimizing the negative impacts of society on the environment.
The Namibian Uranium Institute (NUI) has recognized the importance of training in order to improve knowledge, safety and the implementation of best practices in the field of occupational health and hygiene, environmental management and radiation safety.
B2Gold Namibia together with the Ministry of Education Arts and Culture recently hosted an event to celebrate a remarkable partnership and commemorate the impact of B2Gold Namibia’s Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes, particularly in the field of education.
The Rössing Foundation, with the support from Rössing Uranium Limited, donated N$750,000 worth of equipment and materials to enhance teaching and learning environment at Bunya Combined School in Kavango-West region, Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Secondary School and Nangolo Secondary school in Oshana region.