Katti Buys Kombat Town

April 16th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter

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

February 21st, 2016 | by www.africaintelligence.com

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

November 19th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter

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

November 9th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter

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

February 21st, 2016 | by THE ECONOMIST

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

January 13th, 2016 | by New Era

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.