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Video Q&A: Namibia can change the minerals narrative

Namibia’s deputy executive director of mines, Erasmus Shivolo, speaks with Mining Magazine

 Erasmus Shivolo, Namibia's Deputy Executive Director of Mines Credit: Ministry of Mines and Energy

Erasmus Shivolo, Namibia's Deputy Executive Director of Mines Credit: Ministry of Mines and Energy

Over the past decade, resource-rich African states have gained increasing traction for the minerals they host. In Namibia, significant deposits of lithium, rare-earths and uranium make the country a mining...

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