Rossing Uranium boosts Erongo Police fleet

• By Veronica Amaral

Rössing Uranium extended a helping hand to the Namibian Police of Erongo region last Wednesday, with a donation of N$750 000 to be channelled towards servicing and upkeep of police vehicles in the towns of Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, and Arandis.

Rössing Uranium’s Edwin Tjiriange, general manager for Asset Management and Projects, announced the donation at the mine’s corporate office in Swakopmund.

According to Tjiriange Rössing, the police have been assisted with the police nation for the past two years. This year, they moved to solidify the agreement for a three-year term starting in 2024. This translates to N$ 250,000 per annum until 2026.

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