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Tanzanian Royalty in Mwadui Diamond project deal with Kazakh Africa Mining

02 february 2009

Tanzanian Royalty has concluded a deal with Kazakh Africa Mining for its 21 Mwadui Project Area diamond licenses in the Lake Victoria Greenstone Belt of Tanzania.
Tanzanian Royalty chairman and chief executive, Jim Sinclair said Kazakh Africa Mining could acquire a 100 percent interest on the licenses by fulfilling various option payments whereby Tanzanian Royalty would then receive a gross overriding royalty (GORR) of 1.5 percent on all diamonds sold.
The world famous Williamson diamond mine, which hosts the Mwadui kimberlite, the largest, economic diamondiferous kimberlite, is centrally located within the Mwadui Project Area.
"The agreement with Kazakh Africa Mining fits strategically into the Company's strategy of developing business relationships with entrepreneurial-minded, independent thinking, technically competent industry partners who share our vision of the mineral potential in Tanzania," Sinclair said.
He said though the business climate in the minerals sector had slowed there were no concerns expressed by Kazakh Africa Mining about the long term prospects for mineral commodities.
The Mwadui licenses are known to host alluvial gravels whose economic potential would be evaluated by Kazakh Africa Mining in future work programmes.
The type of diamond deposits that dominate the Mwadui area fall into the alluvial variety.

Mathew Nyaungwa, Rough&Polished from Tanzania