Namdeb embraces fresh start

Namdeb has endorsed a culture where employees refresh themselves on important company aspects as part of ensuring a positive start to the year.

Namdeb expects to sell mine in Q4

Diamond producer, Namdeb, which operates land based diamond mines in the Karas Region, expects to sale its Elizabeth Bay Mine near Luderitz in the fourth quarter of 2018, Corporate Affairs Manager, Pauline Thomas, told the Windhoek Observer this week.

Namdeb Holdings, a 50/50 joint venture between the Namibian government and Anglo American’s diamond unit De Beers, said on Wednesday that it will close Elizabeth Bay Mine if it does not find buyers for the mine which was put up for sale in early February.

Namdeb puts mine up for sale

Namdeb, a 50/50 joint venture between the Namibian government and Anglo American’s diamond unit De Beers, has put the Elizabeth Bay Mine up for sale, a company spokeswoman said on Friday.

Curtains closing on Namdeb’s good times

With four years of its lifespan left, Namdeb, which runs the land based diamond mining operations around Oranjemund, has announced a voluntary retrenchment exercise for at least 130 of its 1,700 workforce.
Namdeb Holdings production increased by 12 percent to 500,000 carats in the third quarter of this year, primarily because of higher mining rates from Debmarine Namibia’s Mafuta vessel,

Namdeb produces 472,000  carats in Q1

Diamond producer, Namdeb Holdings, increased its production by six percent to 472,000 carats in the first quarter of this year, parent company Anglo American said in a recently released report.

As a continuation of the Windhoek Observer’s month-long recognition of women of substance as a nod to International Women’s Day celebrated in March, in partnership with Namdeb we have been highlighting valuable diamond industry employees who are achieving successes every day in their professional and personal lives.

The Windhoek Observer’s (WO) continuing recognition of women of substance this month includes professional women working at Namdeb. We spotlight Tania Conry (TA), Assistant Buyer/Expeditor on capital projects in the Engineering Projects Department at Namdeb.

As a continuation of the Windhoek Observer’s month-long recognition of women of substance as a nod to International Women’s Day celebrated in March, in partnership with Namdeb we have been highlighting valuable diamond industry employees who are achieving successes every day in their professional and personal lives.

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