Dundee has invested over N$5million in the local Tsumeb Hospital to boost its preparedness for COVID-19. The company has also extended its support to the Grootfontein community in the donation of PPE.
In these unprecedented times, Debmarine Namibia is taking bold steps to ensure the utmost safety and well-being of its employees. The Debmarine workforce have also taken it upon themselves to support vulnerable families in their surrounding communities.
B2Gold Namibia has taken industry-leading steps to support the Namibian Government’s amelioration efforts in the national fight against COVID-19, with a total contribution of N$34 million to the Disaster Relief Fund in addition to various COVID-19 initiatives.
“Although I knew I was up for the challenge, I couldn’t have fathomed something of this magnitude was on the horizon.” As the HR Senior Manager who is responsible for HR at Namdeb, Moses Iinane was in no way prepared for what was to hit him when his role was expanded to include HR oversight […]
Creating a safe working environment while ensuring business continuity has become a primary focus for many mining companies. International SOS explains how this can be achieved in the most effective manner without jeopardising operations.
QKR Namibia Navachab Gold Mine recently donated food parcels valued at N$25,000 (comprising maize meal, tinned fish and cooking oil) to vulnerable members of the Otjimbingwe community
To assist with their local community, Walvis Bay Salt Refiners recently donated 10,000 much needed basic meals to alleviate the plight of the elderly and most vulnerable citizens of the coastal town.
The Rössing Foundation has re-aligned its educational and livelihood programmes in response to emerging needs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bannerman Resources reviewed its Early Learner Assistance programme to ensure that learners from the Hardap receive educational support during COVID-19
The Debmarine-Namdeb Foundation has identified the Ombetja Yehinga Organisation as an important partner to support the vulnerable youth during COVID-19