weatherly mining namibia is ahead of schedule for construction works on the $80million tschudi copper mine a project that chief executive officer rod webster says “will transform the company”. set to begin production in quarter two of 2015 tschudi will produce 17000 tonnes of copper cathodes per annum while creating permanent employment for some 600 people.
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during 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
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weatherly mining namibia the subsidiary of uk-based miner weatherly international has launched the us$88.3mn tschudi copper mining project in namibia the ground breaking ceremony of the tschudi copper project was attended by the british high commissioner to namibia he marianne young the namibian
weatherly mining namibia limited explores develops and produces copper and other minerals. it produces blister copper and related metals. weatherly mining namibia limited was formerly known as ongopolo mining and processing ltd. and changed its name to weatherly mining namibia limited in july 2007. the company is based in tsumeb namibia.
weatherly international’s tschudi copper project is located in namibia home to two of the top ten biggest uranium mines in the world. tschudi is a low-cost open-pit mine extracting oxidised copper ore to be treated through heap-leach solvent extraction and electro-winning. environmental approval
weatherly international has outlined a recovery plan for its tschudi copper mine in namibia following a significant water ingress on 11 may 2018. the recovery strategy and expenditure plan which will require a capital investment of n$14300000 has been approved and work is underway to increase