Health Ministry receives 12000 litres of ethanol for sanitizer production

[Namibia Economist - Namibia] - 29/06/2020
The developer of the Kudu gas field, BW Kudu, on Monsday handed over some 12000 litres of ethanol as part of their donation valued at N$1 million to the Ministry of Health and Social Services at the COVID-19 Communication Centre in Windhoek. The donation was handed over by BW Kudu’s General (...)
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