Damen Shipyards Group and Debmarine Namibia participated in a special steel cutting ceremony to mark the beginning of construction on a new offshore vessel, AMV 3.

Kakunauua Uazeua thrives at Debmarine Namibia

With the issue of equal opportunity for women in the workplace rightfully taking center stage, especially in Namibia’s mining sector, the Windhoek Observer (WO) will in the next coming weeks publish profiles of women who have made inroads in this male-dominated sector.
Founding President Sam Nujoma says Namibia’s mineral resources must be used for the benefit of all Namibians.

Nujoma welcomes vessel named after him

Former President Sam Nujoma was all smiles last week Thursday during the inauguration and naming ceremony of the sampling and exploration vessel, mv SS Nujoma at Walvis Bay.

Debmarine not bothered by withdrawals

Debmarine Namibia has for the umpteenth time refused to be drawn into the current football crisis that has seen some of the top clubs ditching the NFA Cup, due to the uncertainty surrounding the start of the Namibia Premier League (NPL).

Debmarine to acquire two more vessels

Marine diamond miner, Debmarine Namibia, is said to be on the verge of acquiring two more mining vessels partly financed through a loan facility from Standard Bank Namibia, the Windhoek Observer has established.

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