Uis Lithium Project
The Uis Lithium Project is located in Namibia, Africa covering an area of 308.12 km2
located less than 5km from the township of Uis and less than 2.5km from the operating Uis Mine owned and operated by AfriTin Mining plc (LSE. ATM), within the Erongo Region of west-central Namibia. The Namibian capital city of Windhoek is located approximately 270km southeast of the Uis Lithium Project. The deep water port of Walvis Bay is located less than 230km away by sealed roads accessible all year round.
The Uis Lithium Project boasts more than 120 mapped pegmatites across the project area, with many of the pegmatites having been mined historically for tin and semi-precious stone. An abundance of altered spodumene is visible both within the workings and the mined rock around the workings.
High-grade lithium up to 3.2% Li2
O has been sampled on surface as well as high-grade tin up to 3.2% Sn, high-grade tantalum up to 663ppm Ta and high-grade rubidium up to 3,387ppm Rb.
The Uis Lithium Project represents a significantly under-explored lithium opportunity in a first-ranked jurisdiction in close proximity to key mining infrastructure and services.