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South Africa’s IDC signs up as Orion’s strategic partner

"The IDC has had a long involvement with the OCP through its significant shareholding in SAFTA, one of the original project vendors."

Mining Elites in Africa 2021: Errol Smart

"Errol’s contribution to South African mining is impressive. He has changed perceptions of junior mining." - Andrew van Zyl

Orion’s Okiep Scoping Study supports merit for foundation phase mining

"We now have a benchmark for determining the potential economic merit of the twenty-five targets prioritised by Orion." - Errol Smart

BROWNFIELDS: Orion Minerals – Prieska

The Prieska copper-zinc project will be established within the footprint of the Prieska copper mine, which was last mined in 1991.
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Landmark $25 million raised for Orion’s ‘African Dream’

"Future-facing metals like copper are being driven by an unprecedented decarbonisation push globally." - Denis Waddell
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$25 Million capital raising super-charges Orion’s development strategy

“We now have not one but two high-quality development opportunities in front of us, each with exceptional exploration upside."
Orion Minerals Okiep Copper Complex

Orion to fast-track exploration and evaluation of Okiep copper district

“OCC is delivering in spades and provides us with new opportunities to fast-track our evaluation of this global copper district."

Orion Minerals continues to bet on copper and so should you

Virtually no time has passed between the acquisition announcement and the release of the maiden mineral resource estimate at ASX-listed copper developer Orion Minerals' Okiep Copper Complex.
Orion Minerals Okiep Copper Complex

Orion looks to secure Okiep Copper Complex

The Okiep Copper Complex combined with the Prieska Copper-Zinc Project will transform Orion into a significant base metals mining house.

Leadership profile: Errol Smart

"Errol’s contribution to South African mining is impressive. He has changed perceptions of junior mining." - Andrew van Zyl

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