Kavango is a mineral exploration company focused within mining friendly Botswana. Its shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange (Standard List) with ticker KAV.L. At Admission on 31 July 2018 it raised gross proceeds of £1.5m.
Botswana was ranked ranked 11th globally in investment attractiveness in the 2020 Fraser Institute annual mining survey . Since independence from Britain in the early 1960’s it has been politically stable, with democratically elected governments. It also has a good human rights record.
It is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and has one of the highest incomes per capita in Africa. The economy is dominated by mining, tourism and livestock. It is the largest producer of diamonds by value in the world. Corruption in any form is rare.
The Kalahari Suture Zone Project ("KSZ")
Licences cover underexplored structural zone which displays many similarities to the giant Ni-Cu-PGE Norilsk deposits in Russia.
Academic reviews have confirmed that the KSZ possesses many of the requirements for the formation of Ni-Cu-PGE Sulphide Deposits.
Large magnetic anomalies are caused by Karoo-aged and Proterozoic gabbroic units, both of which are prospective for the formation of Ni-Cu-PGE Sulphide Deposits.
The Kalahari Copper Belt Project (“KCB”)
Kavango’s commands one of the largest prospecting licence holdings within the entire burgeoning Kalahari Copper Belt.
Licences are proximal to several near-term copper/silver producing mines owned by Sandfire Resources Ltd., and Cupric Canyon Capital.
Multiple geophysical and geochemical surveys completed by Kavango have led to the identification of several drill-ready targets.
The Ditau Camp Project (“DITAU”)
Large land holding (1,386km2) centred within an area highly prospective for carbonitites.
Airborne magnetic survey over the property identified 11 ring structures within the Property with diameters up to 11km.
Carbonitites are a primary source of rare-earth element (REEs) as well as niobium-tantalum, thorium, uranium, vanadium, copper and other critical metals.