Katti Buys Kombat Town
WINDHOEK – Flamboyant businessman Knowledge Katti, through his company Havana Investments, has acquired the mining town of Kombat for an undisclosed amount – placing the sleepy town into the hands of a Namibian for the first time in its history.
Katti, the driving force behind Kombat Copper
The Namibian businessman Knowledge Katti is doing his utmost to see that a plan by the Canadian firm Kombat Copper
Kombat – the economic sleeping giant
Kombat - Sandwiched between the outstretched Otavi Mountains in the vast Otjozondjupa Region in the northeast of Namibia, the stinking-rich copper mining enclave of Kombat is a well-designed modern town in the much-adored Maize Triangle between Otavi, Grootfontein and Tsumeb.
Katti-sponsored tourney breathes new life into Kombat
All the traumas of the last couple of weeks concerning the immediate future of this once copper-rich mining town were temporarily forgotten as residents flocked en masse to the Kombat Rugby Club stadium to ease their frustrations.
Namibia: A Ghost Town Called Kombat
Situation within the country's golden maize triangle lies Kombat. Once known as a prosperous home to copper mining, the place has turned into a ghost town. Many of the former workers have moved away since the flooding of the mine in late 2007.
Namibia: Central Towns to Run Dry By September - NamWater
NamWater's top executive predicts that towns in central Namibia, including Windhoek, will run dry by September 2016 unless the rainy season refills the three main dams supplying these towns.