In years gone past, CDM (now Namdeb) owned nearby farms and were fully sustainable, growing all the food needed by the mine’s employees.
With time and the outsourcing initiative, these activities stop and only old relics remained as a reminder of when we were sustainable. Over the past five years, Namdeb and OMDis has piloted a food nursery project which has proved to be highly successful. Tomatoes, cucumber, pumpkins strawberries, spinach etc was produced consistently and the take-off has been the local market for the past 5 years. Now it is time to expand, to diversify the offering, and to do so profitably. In addition to testing agriculture feasibility in local conditions, OMDis commissioned a feasibility study aimed at utilising 500 hectares of arable land along the lower Orange River.
To read more about this click here: Agri Brochure
News & Announcements
Through our news and announcements, we hope to keep you engaged yet inspired as we share Oranjemunds transform journey with you.
Joint SME development project kicks off in Oranjemund
ART CAN TRANSFORM Project kicks off at Ambrosius Amutenya Primary School (AAPS) in Oranjemund.
OMDis open up SMEs Centre on their premises
Benches donated and installed at the East Gate Courtyard
Property Development project kicks off in Oranjemund
Agricultural Project Pamwe doing big things