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Namdeb has over the years successfully ensured that the country’s most inaccessible diamond resources have turned into wealth that touches the lives of all Namibians. Namdeb’s mining operations are based in the south of Namibia. As such a substantial emphasis has been placed on providing support for communities in within the Karas region. Through its shining commitments, Namdeb has benefited various institutions and projects across the country through investments in the sectors of Education, Small Medium Enterprise (SME) development, Health and Welfare, Sports, Science, Heritage and Tourism, and Nature Conservation.

In mid July 2020 Namdeb commissioned its own COVID-19 testing laboratory in Oranjemund. In addition to an array of stringent precautionary measures instituted, the laboratory is part of Namdeb’ s comprehensive COVID-19 response plan and does not test only Namdeb employees but also caters for the Oranjemund community and the surrounding towns of Keetmanshoop, Rosh Pinah and Lüderitz as part of the contribution towards the fight against COVID-19.

As a patriotic corporate citizen, Namdeb proudly joined the private sector through the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) to strengthen the supply of oxygen in Namibia by donating a 21 tonne load of oxygen to the Ministry of Health and Social Services. The first oxygen consignment donated by Namdeb to the Katutura hospital was received by the Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Kalumbi Shangula at Katutura State Hospital on Thursday, 24 June 2021.


Some of these entities which have received financial assistance from Namdeb, include Women’s Action for Development (WAD), Namibia Sports Commission, Evaflo Investment cc, Okovikenga Printing Works cc, Concordia College in Windhoek, Nossob Primary School Library in Witvlei, Omungholyo Combined School the Valombola Vocational Training Centre, NIMT satellite centre in Keetmanshoop, Oshakati Intermediate Hospital, Ileni Tulikwafeni in Okahandja and Theresia’s Orphan & Vulnerable Children’s Home in Rundu. From an environmental perspective, organizations such as the Brown Hyena Research Project and the Children in the Wilderness programme have also benefited.

Namdeb remains committed to being the pride of Namibia’s Mining. As such the organization has embarked upon social performance strategies as well as a learning journey, promoting knowledge related to sustainability principles.

The way forward for Namdeb is to continue exploring avenues where it can create a more sustainable impact in support of Namibia’s national goals.