Anthony Viljoen, AfriTin's CEO, speaks about what AfriTin has planned for 2019 and gives insight into operating environments in Namibia and South Africa.
Tin mining company AfriTin completed the first large-scale blasting of ore at its flagship Uis tin mine in Namibia. This marks the first blasting of ore since the mine closed down in 1991.
AfriTin Mining has executed an agreement to acquire the entire issued share capital of Tantalum Investment from Jan Jonathan Serfontein.
AIM-listed AfriTin Mining plans to revive the once operational Uis tin mine in Namibia – once one of the largest tin mines in the world, which still holds the potential to re-establish its status once in full-scale operation.
AfriTin Mining has completed additional dense medium separation test work for the upgraded phase 1 processing plant at its Uis tin project in Namibia.
AIM-quoted AfriTin Mining, a mining company with a portfolio of near production tin assets in Namibia and South Africa, with the flagship asset being...