Find Mining expertise in Namibia

Over the years, since Namibia’s independence in 1990, mining has made up on average 11% of the country’s annual GDP, with diamond mining accounting for around two-thirds (2008). Mining has also contributed socio-economically by being the major private sector employer. Namdeb, a 50–50 joint venture between De Beers and the Government of Namibia, conducts almost all the diamond mining in the country. Other exploited minerals include copper, gold, uranium, silver, lead and zinc. The Chamber of Mines of Namibia represents the interests of major mining and exploration companies active in Namibia.

Mining and Minerals organisations in Namibia
Afri-Can Marine Minerals Corporation
Bannerman Mining Resources Namibia (Pty) Ltd
Chamber of Mines, The
De Beers Services (Pty) Ltd
Desmet Investments Close Corporation
Diamonds Fields (Pty) Ltd
Etruscan Resources
Imcor Tin (Pty) Ltd
IMG Tantalum
Karibib Mining and Construction Co Namibia Ltd
Kolmanskop Diamonds
Langer Heinrich Uranium (Pty) Ltd
Limeco (Pty) Ltd
Mining Commissioner
Namdeb Diamond Corporation
Namibia Lithium (Pty) Ltd
Namibia Marble & Granite (Pty) Ltd
Namibian Minerals Corporation (NAMCO)
Nobel Paragon Mining (Pty) Ltd
Okorusu Fluorspar (Pty) Ltd
Ongopolo Mining & Processing Ltd
Rossing Uranium
Sakawe Mining Corporation