Partners

OMDis was created to stimulate local economic development, focusing on both SME’s and large scale industries that can exist mostly independent of mining activity in the future.

It does so in close partnership with other key Town Transform stakeholders:

  • Namdeb is the incumbent mine seeking responsible and integrous socio-economic mine closure through various activities, of which the creation of OMDis is one.
  • Oranjemund Town Council (OTC) is responsible for lobbying the public sector, for creating an investor-friendly environment, including investor incentives, and for ensuring affordable access to land and services
  • OMD 2030 is a unique citizenry association created specifically to involve, represent, educate and support the community of Oranjemund through its transformation

OMDis, in partnership with Namdeb, the OTC and OMD 2030 work in close collaboration to ensure a sustainable economic future for Oranjemund.

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News & Announcements

Through our news and announcements, we hope to keep you engaged yet inspired as we share Oranjemunds transform journey with you.

BUSINESS CREATIVES COME TOGETHER TO PITCH THEIR IDEAS FOR FUNDING

The aim for this programme is to support and develop new and existing SMEs within Oranjemund. This specific programme will...
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Oranjemund in the spotlight

Explorer Kate Leeming sets out to make the first bicycle journey down Namibia’s Skeleton Coast, where the Namib Desert meets...
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OMDIS FARMER’S MARKET SOWS FESTIVITY AMOUNGST OUR COMMUNITY.

OMDis hosted their first Farmers Market on the 27 th of February 2021 in Oranjemund. The aim is to promote...
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OMD TINY ART GALLERY, A PLACE TO LEAVE AND TAKE ART FOR FREE.

Local Artist Aurelia Sieberhagen presents her art initiative ‘OMD Tiny Art Gallery’. The gallery is one of the world’s smallest...
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AMBROSIUS AMUTENYA PRIMARY SCHOOL LEARNS THROUGH GROWING FOOD

Ambrosius Amutenya Primary School’s (AAPS) Agriculture school project under the name Project Pamwe (“together” in Herero) is back and breaking...
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OMDis shining a new light on Oranjemund’s Tourism

The iconic National Geographic yellow frame can be found at the edge of our picturesque Orange River mouth.
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