MUN a limbililwa

Ehangano lyaniilonga lyoMineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) olya limbililwa omolwa uukayamukulwa pangeshefa wAaChina tawu kala moshilongo moshikondo shokumina ongopolo, uuna elanditho lyiipambuliko yomina yaRio Tinto momina yaRössing Uranium lya pula komeho.

08 February 2019 | Business

Ngoka ta longo pehala lyOmupresidende gwoMUN, Allen Kalumbu, okwa holola omaiyuvo ge kombinga yelanditho lyiipambuliko yomina yoRio Tinto momina yaRössing Uranium kehangano lyaChina lyedhina China Uranium Corporation.

Rio Tinto okwa tseyitha okuya pehulilo lyomvula ya piti kutya ota landitha po iipambuliko ye momina yaRössing Uranium, kehangano lyoChina National Uranium Corporation kondando yoshimaliwa sha thika pobiliyona 1.5.

Kalumbu okwa popi kutya shoka osha hala okutya oopresenda 90 dhoomina dhongopolo moNamibia otashi kala momake gomahangano gaChina.

Ngele elanditho ndyoka olya piti, nena China ota ka kala nuumwene woomina oonene moshilongo ngaashi Husab mine, Rössing, Langer Heinrich oshowo Trekkopje.

Ehangano lyoChina General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) oshowo China-Africa Development Fund ogo ge na uumwene wiipambuliko oyindji moHusab.

CNNC, moka CNUC e li oshitayi oku na mo uumwene woopresenda 25 momina yaLanger Heinrich.

Omunambelewa ngoka okwa holola uutile we kombinga yonkalo yaaniilonga a gandja oshiholelwa shonkalo ndjoka yi li nale moshilongo okuza kaahona yaChina. Okwa tsikile kutya okwiinekela kutya epangelo otali ka longela kumwe noMUN opo ya kwashilipalkee kutya ooyene aape yomina ndjoka itaya ka tula miilonga oompango ndhoka tadhi ka guma nayi aaniilonga.

Okwa popi kutya MUN itaka kala a mwena uuna aaniilonga ye taya ihumbatelwa nayi kaagandji yiilonga.

Okwa holola woo omaiyuvo omolwa etateko tali ningwa mepatululo lyomina yaGergarub zinc mine moRosh Pinah.

Okwa popi kutya oshigwana osha pumbwa okunongela kutya onkalamwenyo yiilonga momina yaSkorpion Zinc mondoolopa moka otayi thiki pehulilo onkene aaniilonga oya taalela onkalo yekanitho lyiilonga.

“Omukalo ngoka gu li po ngashiingeyi omina owala ndjoka yi li po yedhina Gergarub yipatululwe yo yi vule okugandja oompito dhiilonga kaAnamibia.”Gergarub ehangano lyomuhanga lyaSkorpion Zinc oshowo Rosh Pinah Zinc.

Kalumbu okwa ti kutya onkalo kutya epangelo itali idhopo moshinima shoka itayi idhidhimikilwa.

Kalumbu okwa popi kutya aapunguli mboka yaali oya kala nokukondjithathana taya kondjele onzo yomina ndjoka ihe epangelo otali lelepeke owala omikanda dhawo dhomapitiko gokumina omanga kaye na shoka taya ningi.

Okwa popi kutya yo onga ehangano lyaaniilonga oya hala iilyo yawo yi kale yi na egamenenepo lyiilonga.

“Otwa hala aapunguli mboka taya kandula po ompumbwe yetu yokwaahena iilonga uule wethimbo.”

ELLANIE SMIT

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