"We are very pleased and warmly welcome the decision made by the Mining Cadastre concerning the reinstatement of the Chirundu mining license and believe this decision was well considered and in the best interests of all stakeholders both in Zambia and abroad. The Zambian Government has indicated its strategy to diversify its mining industry from the heavy weighting of base metals and advancing its long-term desire to include uranium and clean baseload nuclear power as part of its economic development plans. As the uranium market improves, the Company plans to reinvigorate the development of the Mutanga Project starting with targeted resource exploration drilling later this year. We look forward to advancing and deepening our long-term and mutually beneficial relationship with the Republic of Zambia," stated GoviEx’s Executive Chairman Govind Friedland.
The Chirundu Mining License was acquired from African Energy Resources Ltd. (ASX: AFR) in October 2017 and includes the […]
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