Rössing Uranium donates N$ 100 000 towards Project Shine clean-up campaign
(17 March 2023)

Rössing Uranium donated N$ 100 000 to the Swakopmund Municipality’s 2022/2023 Project Shine Clean-up campaign, today in Swakopmund.

The funds are aimed at supporting Project Shine to execute its mandate of Cleaning-up the roads and Awareness/Education Campaigns.

Speaking at the campaign launch, Rössing Uranium’s Corporate Communication Advisor Kaino Ilovu said, the protection of environmental quality is important at Rössing, hence the decision by the mine to continue its support towards the project.

“Rössing will also support the project with an evaluator and a 4x4 vehicle on monthly evaluation sessions. By supporting such initiatives, Rössing aims to be the leader in environmental stewardship in Namibia and a responsible corporate citizen,” she said. Rössing Uranium is a founding member of the Project Shine, which was launched in 2007 and has over the years contributed to this initiative of cleaning the B2 roadside.

“We are proud to be part of this great initiative, that is contributing towards the cleanliness of our beautiful town of Swakopmund,” she said, adding that we now have a visibly cleaner roadside.

Issued by:

Daylight Ekandjo
Manager: Corporate Communications
Rössing Uranium Limited


Kaino Ilovu
Advisor: Corporate Communication
Tel: +264 520 2436
Fax: +264 520 1506
Cell: 081 316 2885
Email: Kaino.Ilovu@rossing.com.na