Synonyms for tsumeb or Related words with tsumeb

otjiwarongo              grootfontein              otavi              swakopmund              copperbelt              karibib              omaruru              keetmanshoop              letlhakane              usakos              chingola              okiep              randfontein              hwange              klerksdorp              moatize              orapa              bindura              mkushi              thabazimbi              gobabis              beitbridge              kapiri              okahandja              nylstroom              solwezi              vanderbijlpark              outjo              obuasi              carletonville              kuruman              luanshya              mopani              moanda              zvishavane              karasburg              prestea              postmasburg              mposhi              palapye              tarkwa              kansanshi              naboomspruit              grasberg              mutare              eenhana              jwaneng              vryburg              chililabombwe              oranjemund             

Examples of "tsumeb"
Tsumeb railway station is located in the mining town of Tsumeb in northeastern Namibia.
Reinerite was first described in 1958 for an occurrence in the Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Namibia and named for senior chemist Willy Reiner (1895–1965) of Tsumeb Corporation, who analyzed this mineral.
It was first described in 1975 for an occurrence in the Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia and named for Friedrich Wilhelm Kegel (?-1948), Director of mining operations at Tsumeb.
Tsumeb Constituency is an electoral constituency in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia, comprising the town area and surroundings of Tsumeb. It has a population of 44,113.
Tsumeb belongs to the world's most prolific mineralogical sites. The minerals from Tsumeb are unsurpassed in variety and quality of form.
Tsumeb (Otjiherero name: "Okavisume") is a city of 15,000 inhabitants and the largest town in Oshikoto region in northern Namibia. Tsumeb is the "gateway to the north" of Namibia. It is the closest town to the Etosha National Park. Tsumeb used to be the regional capital of Oshikoto until 2008 when Omuthiya was proclaimed a town and the new capital. The area around Tsumeb forms its own electoral constituency and has a population of 44,113. The town is the site of a deep mine (the lower workings now closed), that in its heyday was known simply as "The Tsumeb Mine" but has since been renamed the Ongopolo Mine.
Tsumeb has a plant for the manufacture of concrete sleepers.
The closest town to Etosha National Park is Tsumeb.
Tsumeb Airport is an airport serving Tsumeb, a town in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia. The airport is just east of the town. Tsumeb is the location of a former mining operation and is the closest town to the Etosha National Park.
Ohorongo Cement was established in 2007. The plant is situated between Tsumeb and Otavi on Farm Sargberg approximately 45 km south of Tsumeb. The plant has a production capacity of 650000 tpa, almost double the demand of the Namibian domestic market. It is owned by Schwenk KG. Limestone reserves appear to be adequate for approximately 300 years. Tsumeb has a concrete sleeper factory.
Despite being born in Pretoria, Willemse moved to Tsumeb in Namibia, where he played rugby for Tsumeb Gymnasium and earned a call-up to the Namibian Under-18 Craven Week squad in 2009.
A tactical headquarters for 61 Mech was initially established at Otavi but during April 1979 this was moved to Tsumeb. 61 Mech was eventually resettled at Omuthiya, with a base headquarters in Tsumeb.
Petrus Tileinge Damaseb (born 26 June 1962 in Tsumeb, Oshikoto Region) is a Namibian judge.
The Tsumeb non-directional beacon (Ident: TM) is located on the field.
Tsumeb is governed by a municipal council that has seven seats.
It was first described in 1906 from the Tsumeb district near Otavi, Namibia.
This unit was formed in 1980 at Namutoni situated 114 km kilometers northwest of Tsumeb.
The most famous (and expensive) dioptase mineral locality is at Tsumeb, Namibia.
After independence, Kaiyamo was elected as the first Regional Councillor for the Tsumeb Constituency, a position he held from 1992 to 2003. During the time he served as the Councillor, the constituency of Tsumeb went through major industrial and agricultural changes. Tsumeb was the capital of the Oshikoto Region at that time, and mining the Tsumeb mine, currently known as "Namibia Custom Smelters", was at its peak. Kaiyamo was also a member of the National Council from 1993 to 2003. In 2003, Kaiyamo resigned from his positions.
It also occurs at Tsumeb, Namibia, associated with cuprian adamite, conichalcite, o’danielite, tsumcorite, fahleite, quartz, calcite and gypsum.