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  • African Energy, First Quantum advance Botswana coal/power project 2016-07-26
    ASX-listed African Energy Resources (AFR) is looking to update its mining study to meet the requirements of fuel delivery for a 450 MW integrated coal and power project, up from the 300 MW it had initially planned for its Botswana-based Sese project. The update forms part of the work programmes AFR will embark on, following a A$3-million commitment from its joint venture (JV) partner, Canada’s First Quantum Minerals.
  • ASX: Sese JV Commits to Major Work Programme 2016-07-25
  • ASX: Approval of Surface Rights - Letlhakane Uranium Project 2016-06-15
  • A-Cap Resources Ltd gains environmental approval for Letlhakane Uranium Project 2016-05-19

    Cashed up A-Cap Resources Ltd (ASX:ACB) has received environmental approval from the Botswana Department of Environment Affairs for the Letlhakane Uranium Project in Botswana.

    This is a major milestone for A-Cap with the EIS approval being an important requirement in securing a mining licence.

    The Letlhakane Uranium Project ranks in the top ten of undeveloped uranium deposits globally, with a resource of 365 million pounds of uranium.

    A study projected the project would generate a pre-tax net present value of US$383 million based on a 3 million tonne per annum U3O8 mining operation.

    Inital Capex was projected at US$350 million while Opex was forecast at US$35 a pound for the first five years.

    A-Cap recently completed a non-renounceable entitlement offer raising $5 million.

    After paying down debt, A-Cap had $4.8 million in cash at the end of the March quarter.


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  • Botswana grants A-Cap environmental approval for uranium mine 2016-05-18
    The Botswana government has approved the environmental-impact statement of the Letlhakane project, Australian developer A-Cap announced on Wednesday. The approval was an important requirement for securing a mining licence for what would be Botswana’s first uranium mine. A-Cap submitted an application for a mining licence in August last year.

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    Acquired by Shumba Coal in Feb 2015.

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