Editor's Column

Editors Column 

Mining Africa Online thanks you, our reader, for your continued support.

Every week our website has a new theme that reflects current happenings in the industry, be it zama zamas (illegal miners), railway or exploration.

Our theme for this week: Namibia Mining .

Happy reading and as always your feedback is encouraged.

Stories around our theme:

Namibia: a good catch: Namibia is well known as one of southern Africa’s leaders in mining and industry, as well as a driver of trade through its ports and harbours. Yet there is still so much more to this nation when one pans in on its fisheries industry.

Namibia: going beyond mining and fisheries: Uranium, ports/harbours and fisheries. These are some of the industries that Namibia boasts, which many other African countries are not as fortunate to possess. While these are the highlights of Namibia’s economy, what else does the country have to offer?

Brining buyer and supplier together in Namibia: Namibia is clearly an African powerhouse, given the many factors that contribute to its economy, which spans mining, fisheries, ports/harbours, tourism…, the list goes on. It is obvious then that Namibia is not to be discounted when it comes to doing business throughout Africa.

Working with water: Namibia’s ports: In the spirit of celebrating economic expansion across Africa, we emphasise on some of the finer points of Namibia’s ports, harbours and sections of the Atlantic Ocean of which it borders, to illustrate what all is happening today.

Otjikoto and Namibia Regional: B2Gold recently released an illustrated description of its various projects across Namibia, providing a good understanding of how mining fares in Namibia at present.


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