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B2Gold Otjikoto mine to retrench 300 workers

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B2Gold Otjikoto Mine, the country’s largest gold producer, is set to start with the voluntary retrenchment of 300 employees. Last year, the mine announced its plans to embark upon a phased closure of open mining due to depleted ore reserves, but it did not disclose the number of workers to be affected, as consultations with stakeholders were still ongoing at the time. Here is John Roos B2Gold Namibia’s Country Manager and Director.

Written by: Tonata Kadhila

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