Tin, Tungstens & Tantalum Project – Muhanga

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Muhanga, Rwanda


Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum









Related Government


Southernly extension of granite from Gatumba mining area, with significant structural complexity and known 3T occurrences. Project Owner: This opportunity is promoted by the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum, and Gas Board (RMB). Established in February 2017, RMB is the Rwandan Government body responsible for implementing and advising the government on national policies, laws, and strategies related to mines, petroleum, and gas. It is also mandated to monitor and coordinate the implementation of strategies related to mines, petroleum, and gas. In addition to monitoring, it is supposed to carry out research & exploration in geology, mining, and petroleum and to disseminate the findings.

Project Status

Limited work has been carried out, there is a need for further exploration such as infill trenching ahead of drill target selection. There are new artisanal mining in the area that offers the opportunity to consolidate licenses and undertake a fast-tracked exploration program. There are seven active mineral licenses and four applications within this block. Exploration undertaken includes Airborne geophysics, recent additional surface geophysics, and Geochem, including trenching.

Available Data

Geological maps
Reports -PGW(2010), Beak (2013), BSC(2015), B2B(2017), & Bridgeporth (2017)
Infrastructure: Good Road Access and Power/Water Readily Available.

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