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IonicRE acquires rare earth separation and magnet recycling technology

SerenTech has an “patent and know-how” licence from Queens University Belfast allowing it to develop and commercialise MAIL technology.

Montero’s compensation claim underway

Montero is standing up for mining and investment rights in Tanzania to protect its investors and help promote a sound investment climate.

Namibia Critical Metals joins the REIA

As we continue to advance our Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Dysprosium-Terbium Project it is important to engage with key REE stakeholders.

Namibia Critical Metals: Process for market ready >98% product

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Deposit is one of only two primary xenotime projects under development in the world.
Mkango

Mkango confirms rare earth recycling project completion

“This is a significant milestone demonstrates another source of both feedstock and route to market for recycled rare earth magnets. "

Mkango to acquire 100% of Songwe Hill and Maginito

Mkango will own 100% of Lancaster and Maginito, in addition to its existing interests in Mkango Polska and three other exploration licences.

WEBINAR RECORDING: Tanzania, making a major mining comeback?

Tanzania, once pinned as a destination of choice for juniors far and wide, took a turn for the worse when legislation changes some years back and a heavy dispute with Acacia over tax claims saw investors turn their attention to other jurisdictions.

25 Year mining licence issued for Lofdal heavy rare earths project

The project is being developed to provide a sustainable supply of heavy rare earths to Japan.

Tanzania approves Peak’s SML application for Ngualla

This project represents an opportunity for Tanzania to play a global role in the supply of strategically important rare earth elements.

Namibia Critical Metals files Lofdal’s updated resource report on SEDAR

The new report indicates a1 400% increase in tonnage and a six-fold increase in contained dysprosium and terbium oxide.

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