Kabunda south Project

The Kabunda South Project is comprised of two exploration permits, PR’s 15383 & 15623 and lies along the southern boundary of the broader LCT pegmatite corridor, circa 120km southeast of world renowned Manono lithium project.
Spodumene bearing pegmatites and associated tin alluvial workings have been identified over 11km over both tenements. Historically tin was mined during Belgian colonial times from 4 open pits on the adjoining licence to the northeast of the Kabunda South Project highlighting the prospectivity of the area. The Company has completed sampling and mapping programmes on PR 15383 and has identified two priority areas which cover a strike length of 1.2km and 1.5km respectively in which swarms of pegmatites reach widths of up to 300m.
AJN has received all permits to commence drilling and has planned diamond drilling programmes expected to commence during Q1, 2024.