The company is well placed to rapidly develop a new phosphate province in Namibia and controls a substantial part of the most prospective areas. The tenements lie in waters approximately 60km off the coast of Namibia and cover a combined area of approximately 7000km² in the regional phosphate enriched
Construction of a 40MW wind farm located in the Tsau//Khaeb (Sperrgebiet) National Park in Namibia. The wind farm will be developed by NamPower with an investment of N$1 billion (close to US$68 million). The project will start with the installation of a measuring mast to confirm the wind potential of
The Hope copper-gold project comprises three exploration licences, EPL5796 (345km²), EPL6605 (579km²) and EPL7170 under application (310km²) covering over 1 200km² of the Matchless Copper Belt within Namibia. Metallurgical test work at the Hope project indicated recoveries of 96% Cu and 84% Au to a 28%
Construction of a private school from primary up to secondary school in Ongwediva, Namibia. The exact co-ordinates are currently not available however the approximate area of location is lat: -17.7731365; long: 15.7644596.
Namibian electricity utility, Nampower's plans to build a new 300MW power station and waste oil recycling plant the heavy industrial zone of Arandis in Erongo, Namibia. The source of the coal to fire the power station has not yet been decided. Nampower would seek to identify all potential environmental,
The Opuwo Cobalt Project is located in north western Namibia, approximately 800km by road from the capital, Windhoek and approximately 750km from the port at Walvis Bay. The Project has excellent infrastructure with the regional capital of Opuwo approximately 30km to the south, where services such as
The Marenica uranium project lies in the same uranium province as the Rossing and Langer Heinrich uranium mines and immediately north of the large Trekkopje Mine. It is forecast to produce 3.5 Million pounds of uranium per annum via heap-leach operation and has a 13-year mine life. Estimated project
The Berg Aukas mine is located in the Grootfontein District, Otjozondjupa Region in Namibia. Berg Aukas ore is complex and contains an array of minerals in both oxide and sulphide forms. The key to any successful development is to implement a process that maximises the recovery of all the metals into
Upgrading of MR91 from Gobabis via Aminius to Aranos in Namibia, a distance of approximately 245km. The existing gravel road will serve as the main route with some minor alterations to the alignment and will be upgraded to a bitumen road. Estimated cost: N$411 million. The road has been split into two
Construction to dual carriageway standards of part 1 of MR44 and MR36 between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay in Namibia. This project is located in the Erongo region, at the coast between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. The road runs parallel to the coast line approximately 5-8km inland behind the dunes. This
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