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Rossing South project ‘not for sale’

[img:Namibia%20green_0.jpg|The Rössing uranium
mine open pit
expansion in Namibia
]Swakopmund, Namibia --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 01 February 2010 - Australian-based Extract Resources Limited ‒ a company focused on the exploration, evaluation, development and production of uranium in Namibia ‒ is set to close submissions from companies proposing to partner its Rossing South project on March 18.

Namibian uranium output to quadruple

[img:Namibia%20-%20b_3.jpg|Bird’s eye view of
Paladin’s Langer
Heinrich mine in
Namibia
]Windhoek, Namibia --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 16 April 2010 - Namibia's uranium output is expected to rise to around 52 million pounds of yellow cake by 2015 from the current level of 12 million pounds, but new projects will depend on higher prices making them feasible.         

Namibia Critical Metals’ drilling confirms cobalt and copper mineralization

TSX-listed Namibia Critical Metals Inc. has announced first results from drilling on the Kunene Cobalt-Copper Project in northern Namibia.

Namibia Rare Earths renamed Namibia Critical Metals

Namibia Rare Earths announced that the shareholders voted in favour of the resolution to change the name of the company to Namibia Critical Metals.

Walvis Bay Port expansion could see capacity increase to 1,005,000 TEUs

Walvis Bay is Namibia's largest commercial port and serves as the logistical backbone for several industries in the southern African country.

First phase drilling to commence at Namibia cobalt-copper project

Namibia Critical Metals' first phase of drilling will commence on the Kunene cobalt-copper project in northern Namibia starting the first week of October.

New uranium production record expected again this year

[img:Namibia%20green_0.jpg|A bird’s eye view
of the Rossing
uranium operation
in Namibia
]Windhoek, Namibia --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 06 January 2009 - Uranium production in the Southern African country of Namibia – which reached new record levels in 2008 – is expected to rise even higher this year if the country's third uranium producer comes on stream and if everything goes according to plan.

Namibia Critical Metals files Lofdal’s updated resource report on SEDAR

The new report indicates a1 400% increase in tonnage and a six-fold increase in contained dysprosium and terbium oxide.

De Beers approves custom-built diamond recovery vessel

Debmarine Namibia, a 50:50 joint venture between De Beers and Namibia, of the construction of a new custom-built diamond recovery vessel.

Namibia to quadruple uranium production

[img:Paladin%20ore_0.jpg|Material moving along
the crusher recycle
conveyor at Paladin’s
Langer Heinrich
uranium mine in
Namibia
]Windhoek, Namibia --- MININGREVIEW.COM --- 17 December 2009 - The global search for alternatives to carbon-based energy has fuelled a rush for Namibia's uranium resources at a time when the economic downturn has been taking a toll on the country's vital diamond industry.

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