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In the Southern province of Zambia.

Project Owner/s
GoviEx Uranium.

Project Description Mutanga comprises three mining permits that cover about 720 km 2 and contains five deposits – Dibwe, Dibwe East, Mutanga, Gwabe and Njame. The project contains a measured and indicated mineral resource of 21.6-million tonnes at an average grade of 318 parts per million (ppm) uranium containing 15-million pounds of uranium, and an inferred mineral resource of 74.6-million tonnes at an average grade of 273 ppm uranium containing 45-million pounds of uranium in six deposits located over a 65 km strike.The project benefits from simple and straightforward operations , owing to low waste stripping, low acid consumption and low capital expenditure requirements.A preliminary economic assessment (PEA) completed in 2017 evaluated the economic and technical viability of the project . The PEA envisages the development of […]

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