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Okavango Delta

Another blueberry boost for Kavango-East in Namibia

Another blueberry boost for Kavango-East in Namibia The fertile banks of the Kavango River in northern Namibia could become an agricultural hub as more companies invest in the region’s farming potential. By Leon Louw owner of WhyAfrica and editor of the WhyAfrica magazine The production of blueberries is proving to be a boost for the […]

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In Botswana’s Kalahari, copper is king

In Botswana’s Kalahari, copper is king Khoemacau Copper Mining has found its rhythm in Botswana’s Copper Belt. By Leon Louw Under layers of sand, the north-eastern flank of the Kalahari Craton in central Namibia and Botswana, hosts what geologists refer to as magmatic arch rock which, they say, contains porphyry-type copper (Cu) deposits. Overlying the

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All systems go for ReconAfrica’s oil and gas project in Namibia

All systems go for ReconAfrica’s oil and gas project in Namibia ReconAfrica’s oil and gas project close to Rundu in Namibia is back on track after it was temporarily halted by a court application. By Leon Louw, owner and editor of WhyAfrica When I visited TSX listed ReconAfrica’s oil and gas drilling site in Kavango

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NAMCOR and ReconAfrica sign Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) to develop the resource potential of the Kavango in Namibia

16 June 2021 – The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (NAMCOR) and Canadian company Reconnaissance Energy Africa (ReconAfrica) has signed a Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) to develop the resource potential of the Kavango Sedimentary Basin in Northeast Namibia. According to Scot Evans, CEO of ReconAfrica, the two companies will now jointly pursue an ongoing petroleum

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WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on ReconAfrica in the Kavango Basin

16 May 2021 – ReconAfrica’s oil exploration project in the Kavango Basin of Namibia and Botswana is an important case study of how African governments will manage the development versus conservation balancing act in the future. Therefore, WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on ReconAfrica in Namibia. Canadian company ReconAfrica commenced drilling for oil and gas about

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