Project Details Baomahun Gold Project, Sierra Leone

Baomahun Gold Project, Sierra Leone
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  • Last Updated on: 02 March 2017.
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Status: Cancelled
Value: R 100 million+

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Baomahun is Amara’s feasibility stage project in Sierra Leone and is wholly owned by the Company. An updated resource es ...End of the details preview. Please Log in or Subscribe for ALL the information.

Private Sector Classified as: Invited / Negotiated
Sierra Leone Region Timing: 2013 onwards

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Mining

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