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- 22 November 2023
SAUMA raises concerns about in situ uranium mining in the Stampriet Artesian Basin at a meeting with Parliamentary Standing Committee.
SAUMA has repeatedly requested an audience with the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Natural Resources, without success.
- 14 November 2023
Agenda for the joint meeting of the Parliamentary Standing Committees of Natural Resources and Economics and Public Administration with Stampriet Aquifer Uranium Mining Association (SAUMA)Friday, 17 November 2023
- 29 August 2023
Three members of the Stampriet Aquifer Uranium Mining Association (SAUMA) recently joined a group on a trip to Russia to visit the JSC Dalur Mine in the region of Chelyabinsk.
- 9 March 2023
The SAUMA Management was informed that an Application: Notice of Motion Review in the High Court of Namibia was issued with Headspring Investment (Pty) Ltd as applicant – ROSATOMS Subsidiary in Namibia.
Open letter to Mr Pijoo Nganate
- 22 February 2023
Open letter to Mr Pijoo Nganate, Governor of the Omaheke region, on in situ leach mining of uranium in the drinking water aquifer of the Stampriet Artesian Basin.
- 27 January 2023
The Stampriet Aquifer Uranium Mining Association (SAUMA) continues to raise awareness on concerns of pollution resulting from the planned uranium mining in the drinking-water aquifer of the Stampriet Artesian Basin (SAB)
Hakieshart: "'n Pleidooi"
- 24 January 2022
Hou jy daarvan om ‘n sundowner op ‘n Kalahariduin te drink terwyl jy jou tone diep in die rooi sand inboor? En hou jy daarvan om wintermaande vir jou ‘n paar vet springbokke te kom skiet wat in die strate tussen die duine wei?
Summary of Events
- 25 November 2022
Summary of events and activities by the SAUMC/SAUMA relating to exploration activities for uranium in the Stampriet Artesian Basin
- 22 July 2022
Various media houses and other entities were invited to pay a visit to the farm Tripoli on Wednesday (20 July 2022), in the Leonardville area, south-eastern Namibia. (It needs to be stated that the SAUM Committee did not receive an invitation for this outing.) A
- 24 January 2022
In the Namibian of 13th December 2021, page 12, you published a letter entitled “Uranium mining brings sustainable benefits” from Mr Andrey Shutov, President of Uranium One, the Russian state-owned uranium exploration, mining and processing agency.