Debmarine signs off funding for new vessel

Four local banks, Nedbank Namibia, RMB Namibia, Standard Bank, Bank Windhoek and South Africa’s ABSA have provided an N$5.6 billion loan to Debmarine Namibia towards funding the acquisition and construction of the company’s latest marine diamond mining vessel, the AMV3.

Netball Namibia hosts Debmarine championship

The second edition of the Debmarine Senior Regional Netball Championships will take place this weekend at the Tamariskia Sports Grounds in Swakopmund.

Debmarine pleased with sports sponsorship

Marine diamond mining company, Debmarine Namibia, has expressed satisfaction with the impact that its multi-million dollar sponsorships have had in football and netball.

Debmarine sponsors UNAM schools

Debmarine Namibia last week donated N$250, 000 to the University of Namibia (UNAM) towards the setting up of a School of Marine Engineering and Maritime Studies

NFA drags feet on Debmarine ‘six’

The Namibia Football Association is yet to pronounce itself on whether the six Namibia Premier League (NPL) clubs that ditched last year’s Debmarine Cup will be allowed to take part in this year’s competition.

Debmarine happy with organisation of NFA cup

Debmarine Namibia, who are the main sponsor of the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Cup, have expressed their happiness with the way the tournament that ended in Gobabis last Saturday at the Legare Stadium, was organised.

Debmarine to add new vessel in 2021

As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in May,
Mighty Gunners has been drawn against Try Again while Tura Magic will play against Civics in the Debmarine Namibia Cup quarter-finals scheduled for end of this month in Gobabis at Legare Stadium.

RMB proud of SS Nujoma funding

RMB Namibia says it was a proud witness to the recent official inauguration and naming of Debmarine’s sixth vessel, the SS Nujoma. RMB Namibia is a member of FNB Namibia group. 

Mining industry needs innovation - PM

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has called on the mining industry to innovate in a bid to tackle the various socio-economic challenges facing the country.


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