The existing Lubambe mine and associated infrastructure occupies a relatively small area of approximately 20 km2 on the western edge of the Lubambe mining license. The mining license is large, covering approximately 228 km2 of the highly prospective Konkola-Musoshi basin. The Lubambe Exploration Project Team is assessing the potential of the mining license that lies beyond the mine gate.
The Lubambe and Konkola mines were discovered in the 1920 and 1930’s using traditional surface mapping and sampling exploration techniques due to the shallow or outcropping nature of the mineralisation. At present, the exploration portfolio consists of an existing discovery currently referred to as the Extension Area, and a number of early-stage exploration targets.