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Ministry of Mines and Energy - Small Scale Mining

The Small Scale Division (SSM) comprises of Mineral Resources/Information and Analytical Environmental Services subdivisions they work hand in hand to provide:. Providing Geotechnical Support Services to Small Scale Miners (SSMs), especially Laboratory sample analysis for free to small scale miners

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Small Scale Miners In Namibia

Namibia Small Miners in Dispute Over Claim At Erongo , Awaseb said he has been in the small scale mining business for 23 years, and claimed that he was one. Artisanal and SmallScale Mining occurs in approximately 80 countries worldwide. There are approximately 100 million artisanal miners globally.

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Supporting Indigenous Small-Scale Miners in Namibia -

Jewellery making was made possible through the acquisition of a tumbling machine. Furthermore, Ersma secured a business outlet at the Namibia Craft Centre in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, which now offers small-scale miners an opportunity to exhibit and sell their products in the capital as well.

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Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia:

2012-11-12  Small-scale mining in Namibia is not well understood. There is very little if any research done on the activities of small-scale miners in Namibia. For almost 60 years of existence of small-scale mining activities in Namibia, this sub-sector has continued to employ workers to unearth semi-precious stones.

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BRINGING SMALL-SCALE MINERS ... - NAMIBIA TRADE

2019-5-9  The Geopark Brandberg “ is an initiative linking the tourism and small-scale mining sector together which could create a shift towards sustainability and improved livelihoods of small-scale miners across Namibia,” says Adrian.

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Importance of small-scale mining in Namibia ThePatriot

2016-7-1  For instance, the mandate of the Kunene Small Scale Miners Association (KSSMA) will see it serving as a focal point where the interests of small-scale miners are articulated and represented on matters pertaining to SSM in the Kunene Region, Namibia, SADC and the

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Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A ...

Corpus ID: 182787392. Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A Case Study of Miners in the Erongo Region @inproceedings{Taimi2009SmallScaleMA, title={Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A Case Study of Miners in the Erongo Region}, author={A. Taimi and N.

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Small-scale miners struggling to survive - The Namibian

2013-1-29  KARIBIB - Small-scale miners in the Erongo Region are struggling to keep their heads above water due to a shortage of equipment and hassles in selling the semi-precious stones they mine at market

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Consultancy Training of Small-Scale Miners on ...

2020-10-29  Small-scale mining in Namibia is concentrated mainly on semi-precious stones, such as tourmaline, smoky quartz, beryl, amethyst, prehnite, rock crystals and schorl. Currently, there are small-scale miners operating in various mining hotspots in Erongo, Kunene and Karas Regions.

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Namibia: Finland Aids Small-Scale Miner - allAfrica

2012-6-27  Omba Arts Trust and Erongo Region Small-Scale Miners Project (ERSMA) on Monday received Euro130 000 (N$1,3 million) from the Finnish Embassy. ERSMA received Euro 80 000 (N$800 000) for a

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Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia:

2012-11-12  Small-scale mining in Namibia is not well understood. There is very little if any research done on the activities of small-scale miners in Namibia. For almost 60 years of existence of small-scale mining activities in Namibia, this sub-sector has continued to employ workers to unearth semi-precious stones.

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BRINGING SMALL-SCALE MINERS ... - NAMIBIA TRADE

2019-5-9  The Geopark Brandberg “ is an initiative linking the tourism and small-scale mining sector together which could create a shift towards sustainability and improved livelihoods of small-scale miners across Namibia,” says Adrian.

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Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A ...

Corpus ID: 182787392. Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A Case Study of Miners in the Erongo Region @inproceedings{Taimi2009SmallScaleMA, title={Small-Scale Mining and Its Impact on Poverty in Namibia: A Case Study of Miners in the Erongo Region}, author={A. Taimi and N.

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The impact of small-scale mining activities on the ...

Limited research is done on the activities of small-scale mining in Namibia which results in unavailability of data. Although recent studies reveal that about 5 000 to 10 000 Namibians work as small-scale miners, information about mining activities in Namibia remain a rare commodity.

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Consultancy Training of Small-Scale Miners on ...

2020-10-29  Small-scale mining in Namibia is concentrated mainly on semi-precious stones, such as tourmaline, smoky quartz, beryl, amethyst, prehnite, rock crystals and schorl. Currently, there are small-scale miners operating in various mining hotspots in Erongo, Kunene and Karas Regions.

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CHINESE INVOLVEMENT IN ILLEGAL SMALL-SCALE

2021-2-18  Given the prevalence of small-scale mining around the world, many would agree that small-scale miners are poverty driven, and they often lack business fundamentals. Hence the need for support structures as well as mapping the socio-economic impact for small-scale mining activities in Namibia is

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Namibia: Finland Aids Small-Scale Miner - allAfrica

2012-6-27  Omba Arts Trust and Erongo Region Small-Scale Miners Project (ERSMA) on Monday received Euro130 000 (N$1,3 million) from the Finnish Embassy. ERSMA received Euro 80 000 (N$800 000) for a

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The regulation of small–scale mining in Namibia : a legal ...

The discussion begins with an introduction to small-scale mining in Namibia which deals with the practice of small-scale mining, inter alia, as far as it is defined and the possible affects thereof. Small-scale mining affects various second generation rights of persons directly involved therein as well as the community as a whole.

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Namibia - Mining and Minerals

2020-8-29  Mining, Namibia’s leading economic sector, accounts for roughly 10 percent of Namibia’s gross domestic product (GDP) every year. Historically, diamond mining has been the leading sub-sector of Namibia’s mining industry. NamDeb, a 50:50 joint venture between the Namibian government and De Beers, is the primary land-based diamond mining ...

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Small Scale Mining in South Africa - JXSC Machine

2020-6-15  The efective participation of artisanal and small-scale miners in the sector is hampered by their lack of technical, business and management skills, and by their limited access to mineral deposits, capital and markets. Artisanal/small-scale miners are involved in almost all mineral commodities found in South Africa. 3.1.

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BRINGING SMALL-SCALE MINERS ... - NAMIBIA TRADE

2019-5-9  The Geopark Brandberg “ is an initiative linking the tourism and small-scale mining sector together which could create a shift towards sustainability and improved livelihoods of small-scale miners across Namibia,” says Adrian.

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Fair Jewelry » Erongo small-scale Miners Gemstone ...

2013-1-4  The Erongo Small Scale Miners Association is a not for profit organization established to support the local gemstone miners in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The organization is operated and governed by small scale miners, with support from stakeholders such as the Erongo Regional Council and The Rössing Foundation. ERSMA was established as a ...

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CHINESE INVOLVEMENT IN ILLEGAL SMALL-SCALE

2021-2-18  Given the prevalence of small-scale mining around the world, many would agree that small-scale miners are poverty driven, and they often lack business fundamentals. Hence the need for support structures as well as mapping the socio-economic impact for small-scale mining activities in Namibia is

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The regulation of small–scale mining in Namibia : a legal ...

The discussion begins with an introduction to small-scale mining in Namibia which deals with the practice of small-scale mining, inter alia, as far as it is defined and the possible affects thereof. Small-scale mining affects various second generation rights of persons directly involved therein as well as the community as a whole.

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Mining - erc.na

The end-buyers are tourists travelling in Namibia, especially South Africans. According to a report on small-scale mining in 2009 by Nyambe and Amunkete, during the peak tourist season between June and August, about 35 per cent of small-scale miners generated an estimated monthly income of between N$100 and N$500 from selling semi-precious stones.

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Namibia - Mining and Minerals

2020-8-29  Mining, Namibia’s leading economic sector, accounts for roughly 10 percent of Namibia’s gross domestic product (GDP) every year. Historically, diamond mining has been the leading sub-sector of Namibia’s mining industry. NamDeb, a 50:50 joint venture between the Namibian government and De Beers, is the primary land-based diamond mining ...

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IGF Mining Policy Framework Assessment: Namibia

2021-2-1  • Artisanal and small-scale mining is a key pillar of the Minerals Policy, and efforts are underway to promote its economic and legal formalization. The assessment team identified the following key gaps and weaknesses in Namibia’s mining laws

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AFRITIN – Mining

The Uis project in Namibia already has a mining license with an old pilot processing plant which, when refurbished, will provide proof-of-concept tin concentrate production. Scalability Our tin assets provide a critical mass of mineable deposits that will form the basis for our scale-up plans.

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Small Scale Mining in South Africa - JXSC Machine

2020-6-15  The efective participation of artisanal and small-scale miners in the sector is hampered by their lack of technical, business and management skills, and by their limited access to mineral deposits, capital and markets. Artisanal/small-scale miners are involved in almost all mineral commodities found in South Africa. 3.1.

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Occupational Health and Safety in Small Scale Mining ...

2018-4-18  2002). Small scale miners are described as poor people or small groups who are largely dependent on mining for sustenance (Aryee et. al., 2003 and Asia Pacific Learning Event, 2005). Small scale mining is a significant source of income in many developing countries such as Papua New Guinea, Bolivia, Colombia, Indonesia, Mali, the Philippines, and

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