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Drilling results at Osino’s Ondundu in Namibia reveal previously unknown gold veins

Drilling results at Osino’s Ondundu in Namibia reveal previously unknown gold veins Osino Resources’ drilling campaign at the Ondundu gold project in Namibia has identified previously unknown extensional veins. The infill and scissor hole drill programs at Ondundu includes the best intercepts recorded in Osino’s history.  Scissor holes at Ondundu’s Razorback and Margarethental mineralised zones

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African mining projects with an impact

African mining projects with an impact  WhyAfrica has been tracking several mineral exploration projects, early-stage development projects and operating mines across Africa over the last three years. These are some that stand out.  By Leon Louw, owner and editor of WhyAfrica WhyAfrica featured many of these projects regularly under our Hawks Eye section in WhyAfrica’s

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Mining giant Newmont dabbles in Namibia

Mining giant Newmont dabbles in Namibia Global mining giant Newmont Corporation had a good look at Osino Resources’ gold deposits in Namibia and depending on results from its recent geochemical orientation program, Newmont will consider undertaking a joint exploration programme with Osino on its recently acquired Sandveld and Otjiwarongo Licences. Newmont completed a geochemical orientation

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Osino advances Namibia lithium prospect

Osino advances Namibia lithium prospect Australian lithium developer Prospect Resources has agreed to advance TSX listed Osino Resource’s Omaruru lithium exploration license in Namibia. Osino announced recently that it has entered into an earn-in and shareholder agreement with Prospect Resources that would allow Prospect to earn up to 51% and potentially up to 85% interest

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Southern Africa: Exploration hotspot?

Southern Africa: Exploration hotspot?      Challenges aside, Southern Africa remains one of the hotpots for mineral exploration in Africa. By Leon Louw, founder and editor of WhyAfrica With buzzwords like a just energy transition, Environmental and Social Governance (ESG), climate change and the green economy dominating the narrative on the world markets today, Southern Africa

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WhyAfrica Road Trip Review magazine now available

WhyAfrica Road Trip Review magazine now available A little more than a month after WhyAfrica’s Southern Africa Road Trip finished in an overcast and rainy Johannesburg, our Road Trip Review magazine in now available. By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica You can click on the link to download this special edition which focusses

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WhyAfrica Road Trip 2022: Southern Africa is alive and kicking!

WhyAfrica Road Trip 2022: Southern Africa is alive and kicking! After spending the last 42 days travelling almost 9000km overland between five Southern African countries, and visiting 32 project sites in the process, all indications are that business in Southern Africa is not only alive and kicking, but, on the ground, the region is making

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Twin Hills on a fast-track timeframe

Twin Hills on a fast-track timeframe  TSX listed Osino Resources’ Twin Hills gold project close to Karabib in Namibia remains on a fast-tracked timeframe. The publication of the Twin Hills Pre-Feasibility Study is expected in September this year and the Definitive Feasibility Study early in 2023.        Twin Hills now comprises five distinct mineralized zones namely

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Exploration companies up the ante on Namibia’s golden highway

Exploration companies up the ante on Namibia’s golden highway Uranium, lead, zinc, rare earths, gold, lithium, and marble. That’s on the mining menu when you drive 170km along the B2 from Swakopmund to Karibib in Erongo, Namibia.     By Leon Louw, owner and editor of WhyAfrica When one drives from Swakopmund towards Karibib on the

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B2Gold’s share agreement a vote of confidence for Osino

B2Gold’s share agreement a vote of confidence for Osino In a landmark agreement B2Gold Corp has agreed to amend the acquisition agreement with TSX listed Osino Resources for the sale of B2Gold’s Ondundu gold project about 250km northwest of Windhoek in Namibia. The new agreement allows for the payment of a significant portion of the

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WhyAfrica’s Road Trip aims to benefit business in Africa

WhyAfrica’s Road Trip aims to benefit business in Africa Two years in the making, WhyAfrica’s Southern Africa Overland Road Trip 2022 will leave Johannesburg on Monday 20 June to embark on a unique experience set to benefit business in Africa and companies doing business on the continent.         By Leon Louw owner and editor of

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WhyAfrica takes to the road

WhyAfrica takes to the road Covid-19 and subsequent restrictions to control the pandemic’s spread, have been devastating for the African continent. An unintended consequence of the calamity is that reliable, grassroots information about doing business in African countries, has been hard to come by. By Leon Louw owner and editor of WhyAfrica In June, July, and August

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Dawn breaks in Namibia while Europe heads for bunkers

Dawn breaks in Namibia while Europe heads for bunkers With the price of gold, natural gas and oil through the roof, and a looming energy crisis on the horizon, several projects in Namibia are well positioned as Europe heads for the bunkers.                   By Leon Louw, owner and editor of WhyAfrica   As Russian troops

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WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week is Golden Deeps’ Abenab in Namibia.

05 March 2021 – Vanadium is a new-world commodity with a bright future. It has always been known that the Otavi Mountain Land in the northeast of Namibia hosts significant base metal vanadate ore. Australian listed Golden Deeps is currently revisiting some of the most interesting occurrences in the great open spaces of Namibia. WhyAfrica’s

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WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Twin Hills Central in Namibia

07 February 2021 – Namibia is arguably one of the most attractive mining jurisdictions in Africa. Add to this the country’s unique scenic beauty and scattered shallow gold occurrences, and you have a winner. Therefore, WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Twin Hills Central in Namibia.    TSX listed Osino Resources announced an update on its

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