OPUWO: The General Manager of the Namibia East China Non-Ferrous Investment, Ming Li, says his company has already started sharing skills and experience with Namibians in different areas of mining.
Ming told Nampa on enquiry today that his company signed an agreement with the University of Namibia (Unam) in November last year to take on its geology students for job attachments or field work at their exploration sites.
The agreement was signed by Professor Lazarus Hangula, the vice chancellor of Unam, and Professor Shao Yi, the director-general of Namibia East China Non-Ferrous Investment.
He said they had already trained and given assistance to nine Unam students pursuing the geology profession this year at their facilities.
He said his company is providing basic allowances, food and accommodation to all students that undergo internship at their facilities.