A-Cap reveals new uranium discovery

Australian mining company A-Cap Resources says near surface uranium resources discovered in the Letlhakane are bringing closer, plans to establish the first uranium mine in the country.

In a quarterly report, the company says that a previous scoping study conducted on the site has confirmed a resource of 280-million tons, at 158 parts per million uranium oxide (U3O8) for 44 500t of contained concentrate.

"The new zone has now been defined in a 150-m-wide 500-m-long north-west-trending corridor, which remains open to the east and to the west.

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