Giyani Metals Corp. (TSXV:EMM, GR:A2DUU8), the developer of the K.Hill battery-grade manganese project in Botswana, has achieved a significant milestone by receiving the Environmental Authorisation and submitting its Mining Licence application.
K.Hill Advances Towards Production
After completing a thorough Environmental Impact Assessment process, Giyani submitted a comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement in March 2023. The Botswana Department of Environmental Affairs approved the EIA, granting a 25-year valid EA, essential for the project’s progress. With this in hand, Giyani also secured Land Board surface rights approvals and finalised the technical studies required to submit a Mining Licence application in December 2023. The proposed licence area will support K. Hill’s operations over its anticipated 57-year lifespan.
CEO’s Perspective on Rapid Progress
Danny Keating, Giyani’s President and CEO, expressed satisfaction at the efficient progress, noting Botswana’s reputation as a top mining investment destination. The Company’s adherence to international best practices aligns with its corporate values and the strategic approach to fulfilling construction financing criteria.
Giyani’s Mission and Operations
The company aims to be a sustainable, low-carbon producer of critical battery materials for the EV industry. Giyani develops a hydrometallurgical process to produce high-purity manganese sulphate monohydrate from the ore of its manganese oxide deposits in Botswana.
For questions or further details, reach out to Danny Keating, President & CEO, or Charles FitzRoy, Head of Corporate Development & Strategy.
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