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  • Weatherly Mining Namibia (Otjihase) (Windhoek,

    Add location Description Weatherly Mining Namibia (Otjihase) is located in Windhoek, Namibia Company is working in Engineering business activities Working hours Add hours Listed in categories Manufacturing & Industry Manufacturing & Industry / EngineeringOtjihase (two underground mines and Cu concentrator) In Namibia, the Company’s future strategy is to establish a copper mining business capable of sustaining approximately 30,000tpa of copper at below US$2/lb within 23 years with minimal capital expenditureOperations | Weatherly International PlcWeatherly International’s operation in Namibia is in an expansion phase Its mines at Tsumeb West Kombat Tschudi Otjihase and Matchless were part of Ongopolo Mining and Processing Company a copper mining and smelting operation which the company acquired in 1996weatherly mining namibia otjihase windhoekTechnical Reports Namibia Weatherly International has been operating in Namibia since 2006 and has a constructive and transparent relationships with the Namibian government, its agencies and other key stakeholders Weatherly’s Namibian subsidiaries have local Boards with a strong majority Namibian representation, and experienced Namibian seniorNamibia | Weatherly International PlcWeatherly Mining Namibia Limited (Weatherly) owns all of the assets of its subsidiary company Ongopolo Mining Limited (Ongopolo), which in turn owns and operates the Otjihase Mine, which together with Matchless Mine, form part of its Central Operations Otjihase MineOTJIHASE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE REPORT

  • Planned resumption at Matchless, Otjihase mines |

    Weatherly plc is planning a resumption of activities at its dormant Matchless and Otjihase mines, Weatherly believing that the discontinued operations still offer much promise it said this week “Otjihase, Matchless West and Old Matchless, still represent a significant opportunity for the WeatherlyWeatherly Mining Namibia (Matchless, Otjihase, Berg Aukas , Copper Concentrate ) Mr John Sissy Managing Director Mr Andrew Thomas, Contact Person PO Box 40791 Windhoek Tel: (061) Fax: (061) : Weatherly Mining Namibia (Tschudi Mine, Copper Cathode) Mr John Sissy Managing DirectorMinistry of Mines and Energy PRODUCING MINESHistorically, mining has been by means of room and pillar with primary extraction rates ranging from around 80% to 85% in the upper Otjihase compartment to 45% in the Kuruma compartment The Otjihase compartment extends from the surface down to a depth of approximately 260m below surfaceMajor Mines & Projects | Otjihase MineDuring July 2006, when Weatherly took over Ongopolo Mining and Processing, which was the owner of the Otjihase, Tschudi and other copper mines now owned by Weatherly, the copper price fluctuated between about US$7 300 and about US$8 200 a ton on the London Metal Exchange (LME)Closure of copper mines adds gloom to Nam miningWeatherly Weatherly is a Londonbased resources company focused on copper in Namibia Together with our Namibian shareholders, we produce, develop and explore; creating jobs and expertise, and maximising mining valueaddition to resources in Namibia Produce • Otjihase & Matchless Develop • Tschudi • Berg AukasTschudi Copper Project Mining Expo Namibia

  • OTJIHASE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE REPORT

    Weatherly Mining Namibia Limited (Weatherly) owns all of the assets of its subsidiary company Ongopolo Mining Limited (Ongopolo), which in turn owns and operates the Otjihase Mine, which together with Matchless Mine, form part of its Central Operations OtjihaseWeatherly Mining Namibia Otjihase Windhoek Namibia Aug 14 2013Weatherly Mining Namibia Otjihase 1 Your telephonic receptionist lacks professionalism and ettiquette lacks the level of competence we would expect for such a big company refuses to transfer calls to departments which have better knowledge of the company and bangs phones weatherly mining namibia otjihase windhoekWeatherly Mining Namibia (Matchless, Otjihase, Berg Aukas , Copper Concentrate ) Mr John Sissy Managing Director Mr Andrew Thomas, Contact Person PO Box 40791 Windhoek Tel: (061) Fax: (061) : Weatherly Mining Namibia (Tschudi Mine, Copper Cathode) Mr John Sissy Managing DirectorMinistry of Mines and Energy PRODUCING MINESIn addition to the Tschudi mine in Namibia, Weatherly also has the Otjihase and Matchless mines (together, Central Operations) which were placed on care and maintenance in September 2015 as well as the Berg Aukas zincleadvanadium project, located near Tsumeb, also in NambiaWeatherly International launches strategic asset reviewWeatherly (WTI) is an AIM listed mining, development and exploration Company focusing on Copper in Namibia The copper portfolio includes the following assets in NamibiaWeatherly International plc (LON:WTI) Share Price |

  • Weatherly reviews Tsumeb West, Tsumeb Tailings |

    Otjihase and Matchless have an anticipated remaining mining life of at least 10 years but are no longer Weatherly’s main focus according to Thomas Figures obtained from the Chamber of Mines of Namibia Annual Review indicate that Weatherly produced 5,182 tonnes of copper these two minesLocation Namibia; Latest Information Interim Results On Mar 19, 2018 from LSE Final Results for the Year Ended 30 June 2017 On Dec 10, 2017 from LSE Project Development Update at Tschudi and Otjihase On Nov 23, 2016 from LSE Change of Address and Registered Office On Apr 27, 2016 from LSE Quarterly Operations and Production UpdateOtjihase Mining IntelligenceWeatherly Weatherly is a Londonbased resources company focused on copper in Namibia Together with our Namibian shareholders, we produce, develop and explore; creating jobs and expertise, and maximising mining valueaddition to resources in Namibia Produce • Otjihase & Matchless Develop • Tschudi • Berg AukasTschudi Copper Project Mining Expo NamibiaSenior Process Engineer at Weatherly Mining Namibia Namibia 500+ connections Join to Connect Optimisation of the recovery of Copper by Oxidative leaching f Otjihase Mine Tailings 2013 – 2013Willem Leonard Senior Process Engineer WeatherlySenior Process Engineer at Weatherly Mining Namibia Namibia 500+ connections Join to Connect Weatherly Mining Namibia University of Namibia Report this profile Optimisation of the recovery of Copper by Oxidative leaching f Otjihase Mine Tailings 2013 2013 Pyrite depressing Optimisation: A comparison between Sodium cyanide and HydratedWillem Leonard Senior Process Engineer Weatherly

  • weatherly mining namibia otjihase windhoek

    Weatherly Mining Namibia Otjihase Windhoek Namibia Aug 14 2013Weatherly Mining Namibia Otjihase 1 Your telephonic receptionist lacks professionalism and ettiquette lacks the level of competence we would expect for such a big company refuses to transfer calls to departments which have better knowledge of the company and bangs phones Weatherly plc is planning a resumption of activities at its dormant Matchless and Otjihase mines, Weatherly believing that the discontinued operations still offer much promise it said this week “Otjihase, Matchless West and Old Matchless, still represent a significant opportunity for the WeatherlyPlanned resumption at Matchless, Otjihase mines |Otjihase and Matchless have an anticipated remaining mining life of at least 10 years but are no longer Weatherly’s main focus according to Thomas Figures obtained from the Chamber of Mines of Namibia Annual Review indicate that Weatherly produced 5,182 tonnes of copper these two minesWeatherly reviews Tsumeb West, Tsumeb Tailings |Weatherly (WTI) is an AIM listed mining, development and exploration Company focusing on Copper in Namibia The copper portfolio includes the following assets in NamibiaWeatherly International plc (LON:WTI) Share Price |Location Namibia; Latest Information Interim Results On Mar 19, 2018 from LSE Final Results for the Year Ended 30 June 2017 On Dec 10, 2017 from LSE Project Development Update at Tschudi and Otjihase On Nov 23, 2016 from LSE Change of Address and Registered Office On Apr 27, 2016 from LSE Quarterly Operations and Production UpdateOtjihase Mining Intelligence

  • Weatherly Presentation March 2011

    Weatherly Mining Namibia’s (WMN) assets are: • Two operating copper minesTwo operating copper mines • Four development projects (one zinc/lead) & two exploration licences • Approx US$140m in future tax deductions NAMIBIA Otjihase (Cu) Matchless (Cu) Tschudi (Cu) Tsumeb West (Cu) TbTsumeb T ili (C )Tailings (Cu) Berg Aukas (Pb/ Zn) 6Weatherly Mining Namibia Otjihase Copper Mine: 11 Matchless Copper Mine: 12 OHORONGO Cement (Pty) Ltd Ohorongo Quarry (ML 153) 13 Salt Company (Pty) Ltd SwakopmundSalt Pans: 14 African Huaxia Mining (Pty) Ltd Swartmoder Copper Mine: 15 AREVA Resources Namibia TrekkopjeMine (on Care & Maintenance) 16 OkorusuFluorspar OkorusuMine (On CareTHE CHAMBER OF MINES OF NAMIBIASenior Process Engineer at Weatherly Mining Namibia Namibia 500+ connections Join to Connect Weatherly Mining Namibia University of Namibia Report this profile Optimisation of the recovery of Copper by Oxidative leaching f Otjihase Mine Tailings 2013 2013 Pyrite depressing Optimisation: A comparison between Sodium cyanide and HydratedWillem Leonard Senior Process Engineer WeatherlyMinistry of Mines and Energy; Weatherly Mining Namibia About My strongest qualities are inter alia: the ability to perform well under pressure, analytical and strong problem solving skillsDiana Kuutondokwa Graduate Mining Engineer Otjihase mine Monitoring the Heavy equipment machines, Using camera, keeping record for all incidents and accidents, Data managements, Assisting on safety and first Aider Control Room Operator at Weatherly Mining Namibia Namibia 2 others named Diana Kuutondokwa are on LinkedInDiana Kuutondokwa Graduate Mining Engineer

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