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Hunting for elephant scale mineral deposits: Paul Johnson on African Battery’s push into Botswana (ABM)

21 Jun 2019 | by: James Moore

In this special report commissioned through our sister site, MiningMaven.com, African Battery Metal’s Executive Director Paul Johnson discusses the company’s recent deal with Kalahari Key. With Kalahari Key’s unrivalled local experience the two firms are committed to pursuing ‘elephant-scale deposits’ at the MFC.

Since restructuring the board of African Battery Metals (LSE:ABM) in February, Paul Johnson and Andrew Bell have made substantial progress in their strategic and operational review of the business portfolio. Having reviewed and bolstered the business, the directors took another step forward in May by signing an acquisition and earn- in deal with a Botswana-focused Kalahari Key Mineral Exploration.

Kalahari Key is the 100%-owner of a southern Botswana-based project called the Molopo Farms Complex (MFC), which is believed to be prospective for nickel and PGM mineralisation. Here, Johnson talks MiningMaven through the details of the deal and Kalahari Key’s unrivalled local experience before explaining why African Battery has committed to pursuing ‘elephant-scale deposits’ at the MFC.

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