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Oshikoto Governor visit Dundee in Tsumeb

Wed, 24 July 2013 00:03
by Online Reporter
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Oshikoto Regional Governor Penda ya Ndakolo and a delegation of officials visited the Tsumeb Smelter on Monday to view the progress made by Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb to improve aspects of the smelter’s health and environmental systems as per a 2012 Cabinet directive.
During a slide presentation and walk-through inspection of the smelter’s production areas, the governor congratulated DPMT Vice President/General Manager Hans Nolte on the multi-million dollar structural upgrades and other improvements the company has instituted thus far in its bid to become a global competitor in the smelting industry.
The governor’s delegation comprised Tsumeb Constituency Councilor Lebbius Tobias, SWAPO Regional Coordinator Armas Amukwiyu, SWAPO Regional Treasurer Engel Nawatiseb, Chief of Oshivelo Nation Nashikaku, Tsumeb Municipal Councilor Mathews Hangula, and NUNW Northern Regional Coordinator Ingenesia David.