Desert Lion at the forefront of new lithium production in Africa


TSXV-listed lithium mine explorer and developer Desert Lion Energy’s objective to deliver Namibia’s first large-scale lithium mine is on the horizon.

Having ticked all of the pre-project development boxes that guarantee a financially viable operation, the company is looking to start producing a lithium concentrate product by early 2020, president and CEO TIM JOHNSTON tells LAURA CORNISH.

This article first appeared in Mining Review Africa Issue 2, 2019

Africa is a hive of activity with early-stage lithium juniors looking to develop new mines and contribute to the rapidly increasing demand for lithium-ion batteries.

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Source: Mining Review Africa

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