In this webinar, our guests discussed the resurgence in the uranium market, the opportunity that this holds for Africa’s top uranium developers, the key considerations in unlocking these asset and the nuclear energy outlook and potential in Africa.
With the uranium spot price expected to get a much needed boost as global uranium supply constrains continue to deepen, GoviEx Uranium is fast-tracking its Madaouela uranium project in Niger.
"The strong support from existing and new institutional investors evidences the quality of Bannerman’s Etango-8 uranium project."
Elodie Delagneau, Event Manager of Africa Mining Forum speaks to Brandon Munro, CEO of Bannerman Resources.
Not only focusing on the bottom line but also incorporating softer strategic goals clearly paid off, says Laura-Jane Cornish, Editor-in-Chief of Mining Review Africa.
Following the completion of a C$8 million private placement, TSXV-listed explorer GoviEx Uranium also completed an off-market transaction in which Robert Friedland increased his shareholding in GoviEx to over 18 million shares.
“I am happy to be in the Index composition for all three uranium sector ETFs, which have US$250 million invested in pure-play uranium stocks.
ASX-listed Lotus Resources has received binding commitments to raise $5 million for the restart of the Kayelekera uranium mine in Malawi.
Mining consultancy VBKOM recently signed a triparty collaboration framework agreement with consulting and engineering firm Obsideo Consulting and minerals processing firm CoreMet Mineral Processing.