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Minerals policy of Namibia.

Namibia.

Minerals policy of Namibia.

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Published by Ministry of Mines and Energy in Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • Mineral industries -- Government policy -- Namibia.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsNamibia. Ministry of Mines and Energy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9506.N142 N357 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 41 p. ;
      Number of Pages41
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3359699M
      LC Control Number2004410324

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The Minerals Policy of Namibia sets out guiding principles and direction while communicating the values of the Namibian people in pursuit of the development of the mining Size: KB.

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Volume 1 will bring you some of the most attractive and finest specimens in the world – among the prettiest minerals ever to be found in Namibia. The book’s pictured specimens come from some of the most important and most famous museums and.

trol over, minerals in Namibia; and to provide for matters incidental thereto. (Signed by the President on 16 December ) BE IT ENACTED by the National Assembly of the Republic of Namibia, as follows: ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I Introductory provisions PART II Rights in relation to minerals 2.

Rights in relation to minerals. Size: 5MB. REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY NAMIBIA’S INDUSTRIAL POLICY This document outlines Namibia’s Industrial Policy, which is aimed at achieving Vision Since it is a policy document, it is confined to principles and broad parameters that will guide Namibia’s approach towards industrial policy over the next two Size: KB.

As with neighbouring South Africa, Namibia's mining code grants the government considerable control over the mining industry. The restrictions on strategic minerals ensure that joint ventures with the State will be necessary in order to carry out operations; negotiating such ventures and taking advantage of the option to enter into mineral agreements with the State, as diamond giant De Beers.

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Environmental Sustainability. The goal for this pillar is to ensure sustainable environment. Namibia is endowed with abundant natural resources such as wildlife, fisheries, forestry, minerals as well as a solar and wind regime that is suitable for renewable energy. A mineral is a naturally occurring, usually inorganic material with a specific chemical composition and a definite crystalline structure.

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About Us, About Namibia About our stones about our people. Minerals (Prospecting and Mining) Amendment Act 8 of (GG ) came into force on date of publication: 28 December GG ACT. To provide for the reconnaissance, prospecting and mining for, and disposal of, and the exercise of control over, minerals in Namibia; and to provide for matters incidental thereto.

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Minerals: Diamonds. The most important mineral (from an economic standpoint) in Namibia is diamonds, a mineral which contributed $ billion of revenue to the Namibian government in Some sources have it that the annual production of diamonds in Namibia stands at about million carats which are equivalent to over $ billion.

Structure of Minerals and Mining Sector Role of Mining Sector in Indian Economy Legislative Framework for Mining Sector Initiatives/New Development for Mining Sector Mineral Administration Mineral Regulation Taxation and Royalties File Size: 1MB. This is an aspect of policy which both Namibia and Zimbabwe, following Botswana’s lead, have recently scrapped.

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For each mineral the name is followed by the chemical composition, general data on each mineral, descriptions of each of the minerals, followed by data on each mine / occurrence within the country. New minerals which have been found in Namibia are included.

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Amendments: The State-owned Enterprises Governance Act 2 of (GG ), which was brought into force on 1 November by Proc File Size: KB. These are a few of my Tsumeb minerals which I am happy to share with you. There are over specimens in the Tsumeb collection and as I am able to add more photographs I will.

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