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AfriTin: Turning tin tactic to tech

Once committed to being Africa’s tin mining champion, the company has now set its sights on becoming Africa’s technology metals champion.

Afritin secures funding for Uis plant expansion

“This provides us a strong balance sheet to increase production and unlock wider lithium and tantalum new technology metal opportunities.”
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Milestone achieved: Nameplate tin concentrate production at Uis

"This success speaks volumes for the high quality nature of the asset and the calibre of our management team." - Anthony Viljoen
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AfriTin on track to achieve nameplate production by end of year

"The production of tin concentrate has increased to 48.2 tonnes for October 2020, which represents a 24% increase from September 2020."
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AfriTin: resurrecting Uis in Namibia

AfriTin has made remarkable progress, with 2019 being highly eventful following first production of tin concentrate in August 2019.
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AfrTin adds tantalum and lithium to its world-class tin inventory

AfriTin Mining has announced a maiden mineral resource for its Uis mine which places its tin inventory as one of the biggest of its kind in the world.
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New tin mine in Namibia comes on stream

Commissioning of AIM-listed AfriTin’s processing plant at its Uis project in Namibia has commenced and is being conducted in a phased approach.
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Africa’s emerging tin champion

Tin is expected to benefit from the increase in demand considering it will play a significant role in the lithium-ion battery market.

AfriTin’s strategy for 2019 and analysis of mining in Namibia

Anthony Viljoen, AfriTin's CEO, speaks about what AfriTin has planned for 2019 and gives insight into operating environments in Namibia and South Africa.

AfriTin comes at the right time according to base metal analysts

The recent AfriTin blast may have come at the perfect time according to industry analysts. As the tin mining company completed its first-large scale blasting of ore at Uis since it closed down in 1991, those tracking the value of base metals believe tin is heading for a price surge.

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