On behalf of Namibia’s mining sector, the Chamber of Mines wishes to congratulate Mr Angula Kalili as the new 2nd Vice President of the Chamber of Mines of Namibia, who was elected at the AGM on 16 September 2020.
Deep Yellow Limited’s wholly owned Namibian subsidiary, Reptile Mineral Resources and Exploration, has made significant resource discoveries on its Tumas (uranium) project, prompting further development considerations.
Rössing remains a major contributor to economic development in the Erongo region and to broader Namibia, and has maintained its support to livelihoods through targeted programmes in 2020
In a joint effort to improve the safety of national roads, Swakop Uranium and Rössing donated N$200,000 for the installation of Stimsonite road studs on the B2 road between Arandis and Swakopmund
The Namibian Uranium Association and Namport join forces in practicing emergency response procedures safely and effectively.
CNNC Rössing Uranium received the Chamber of Mines of Namibia inter-mines safety award for the second consecutive year, a sure testimony of its commitment to putting safety first
Namdeb values safety as an integral part of its work place culture and philosophy
Orano Mining Namibia donated 140 food parcels to the Spitzkoppe community as they grapple with economic hardships due to Covid-19.
Over and above the work by the Rössing Foundation, the Rössing uranium mine has made significant progress in community initiatives for 2020, and stands ready to support Government in the fight against Covid-19
Walvis Bay Salt Holdings donates N$100,000 to the Havana Secondary school towards the construction of new school buildings.