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  • Namibia: Namibian Competition Commission prohibits cement
    Namibia: Namibian Competition Commission prohibits cement

    Aug 06, 2020 The Commission was particularly concerned about the sharing of competitively sensitive information. The Commission’s investigation also revealed that Ohorongo is a dominant player and given existing relationships between West China and Cheetah Cement, the implementation of the merger would strengthen the merged entity’s dominant position

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  • Namibia: Ohorongo Sale to Chinese Buyer Blocked
    Namibia: Ohorongo Sale to Chinese Buyer Blocked

    Aug 04, 2020 The Namibian Competition Commission has blocked the N$1,5 billion sale of Ohorongo Cement to a Chinese company. The commission is convinced that if allowed, this could lead to less competition in

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  • West China Cement : Chinese Purchase of Ohorongo Blocked
    West China Cement : Chinese Purchase of Ohorongo Blocked

    Aug 05, 2020 The Namibia Competition Commission (NaCC) has blocked the acquisition of Schwenk Namibia (Pty) Ltd, which owns and operates the Ohorongo Cement factory, by West China Cement Limited for N$1.5 billion since it would result in coordination between Ohorongo Cement and Whale Rock Cement, which trades as Cheetah Cement.. The proposed

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  • Ohorongo Cement - Wikipedia
    Ohorongo Cement - Wikipedia

    Ohorongo Cement is a cement factory on farm Sargberg near Otavi in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia. It is one of two Namibian cement factories and has a production capacity of 0.7 Mt (690,000 long tons; 770,000 short tons) per annum. The ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the plant was held in January 2009

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  • Namibia: Call for Public Input On Ohorongo Takeover
    Namibia: Call for Public Input On Ohorongo Takeover

    Jul 07, 2020 The commission will seek public opinion on various issues that could be affected if the Chinese company takes over Ohorongo Cement, and on top of this list would be the lessening of competition in

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  • Ohorongo considers next move as merger prohibited
    Ohorongo considers next move as merger prohibited

    Nov 29, 2010 Ohorongo Cement was surprised by the decision of the Competition Commission last week to prohibit the merger of Ohorongo with AfriSam Namibia Cement. In a press release, Ohorongo Cement, Ms Kirsten G nzel, public relations officer of Ohorongo, said: “We were always under the impression that it was the wish of Namibians to have control over

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  • West China Cement - Cement industry news ... - Global Cement
    West China Cement - Cement industry news ... - Global Cement

    Aug 26, 2020 Namibia: The Namibian Competition Commission has blocked the sale of Ohorongo Cement to China-based West China Cement on the grounds that it would ‘substantially’ reduce competition in the cement market. It warned that it could lead to coordination between Ohorongo Cement and Whale Rock Cement. The commission added

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  • Capricorn Corner - Ohorongo Cement (PTY) Ltd
    Capricorn Corner - Ohorongo Cement (PTY) Ltd

    Ohorongo Windhoek Office 11 Van Der Bijl Street, Northern Industrial Area, Windhoek P.O. Box 86842, Eros Tel: +264 61 389 300. Cement Plant Sargberg Plant, North Otavi P.O.Box 444, Tsumeb Tel: +264 67 235 7000

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  • OHORONGO CEMENT VACANCIES - My Namibia
    OHORONGO CEMENT VACANCIES - My Namibia

    OHORONGO CEMENT is operating a world class cement factory near Otavi In northern Namibia. This is one of the most modern cement plants in Africa and proudly Namibian. As an important player in the Namibian economy, Ohorongo Cement reduces unemployment, develops skills and delivers cement of world class quality to Namibia and abroad

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  • Schwenk Zement to exit Namibia - International Cement
    Schwenk Zement to exit Namibia - International Cement

    Mar 15, 2019 This week, ICR learned that the Namibian cement market was in the process of change with Schwenk Zement's 0.7Mta Ohorongo plant now expected to come under control of International Cement Group (ICG), a Singapore-based company owned by Compact Metal Industrial Plc. ICG aims to acquire 69.83 per cent in Ohorongo Cement, subject to approval

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  • Ohorongo Cement Namibia Bursaries 2022-2023
    Ohorongo Cement Namibia Bursaries 2022-2023

    Jul 01, 2017 OHORONGO CEMENT is operating a world class cement factory near Otavi in northern Namibia. This is one of the most modern cement plants in Africa and proudly Namibian. To ensure the continued excellence of this new cement plant, we are looking for highly motivated employees who will contribute in different positions with their individual skills

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  • Namibia - Cement industry news from Global Cement
    Namibia - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Apr 29, 2019 Namibia: Whale Rock Cement plans to commission its new plant near Otjiwarongo at the end of October 2018. The 1.2Mt/yr unit had an investment of US$350m, according to the Xinhua News Agency. Cement from the plant will be sold under the Cheetah brand. The project is a joint venture between China's Asia-Africa Business Management and

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  • CemWeek Search
    CemWeek Search

    owns 69.8 percent of Ohorongo Cement. In the beginning of August, the Namibian Competition Commission blocked the sale citing that, if allowed, the sale could lead to less competition in the

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  • How Cement is Made - Ohorongo Cement Factory
    How Cement is Made - Ohorongo Cement Factory

    Ohorongo Cement PlantOhorongo (Pty) Ltd. is one of the first of Namibia's cement manufacturers and owns one of the most modern cement plants in Africa. It wa

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  • Ohorongo Cement sale blocked by competition commission
    Ohorongo Cement sale blocked by competition commission

    Aug 05, 2020 Ohorongo Cement sale blocked by competition commission. 05 August 2020. The Namibian Competition Commission has reportedly blocked the NAD1.5bn (US$86.67m) sale of Schwenk Namibia, which manages and owns 69.8 per cent of Ohorongo Cement, to West China Cement, according to The Namibian. The Namibian Competition Commission [has]

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  • Ohorongo Cement - Cement industry news from
    Ohorongo Cement - Cement industry news from

    Aug 26, 2020 05 August 2020. Namibia: The Namibian Competition Commission has blocked the sale of Ohorongo Cement to China-based West China Cement on the grounds that it would ‘substantially’ reduce competition in the cement market. It warned that it could lead to coordination between Ohorongo Cement and Whale Rock Cement

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  • Competition Commission to hold public consultation on
    Competition Commission to hold public consultation on

    Jul 10, 2020 The commissions is also concerned that Namibian employees at Ohorongo Cement could be replaced by foreign employees and that foreign companies might win future contracts for services if the cement plant is takeover by

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  • About Us - Ohorongo Cement (PTY) Ltd
    About Us - Ohorongo Cement (PTY) Ltd

    Ohorongo Cement is committed to improve working conditions and ensuring compliance with the Social Accountability and ILO Code of practice on HIV/Aids covering topics such as child labour, forced / compulsory labour, Health & Safety, freedom of association and right to collective bargaining, discrimination, disciplinary practices, working hours, remuneration, Management

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  • Ohorongo gets energized - Ohorongo Cement (PTY)
    Ohorongo gets energized - Ohorongo Cement (PTY)

    Aug 12, 2010 According to engineer Manfred Pirker from Ohorongo Cement, the switchover to 132kV electricity supply is necessary before actual plant operations commence and especially since Ohorongo Cement starts commissioning as from end of August. “Section by section we will test and commission the plant. This time is critical for us, not only because

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  • Whale Rock Cement - Cement industry news
    Whale Rock Cement - Cement industry news

    Jan 02, 2019 Namibia: Whale Rock Cement plans to commission its new plant near Otjiwarongo at the end of October 2018. The 1.2Mt/yr unit had an investment of US$350m, according to the Xinhua News Agency. Cement from the plant will be sold under the Cheetah brand. The project is a joint venture between China's Asia-Africa Business Management and

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