URU Metals Limited's Mining Right Application Gets South African Department Of Mineral Resources' Nod

  • Aug 30, 2019 BST
  • Team Kalkine
URU Metals Limited’s (AIM: URU), application for a Mining Right submitted through its South African subsidiary, Lesego Platinum Uitloop (Pty) Ltd has been accepted by the South African Department of Mineral Resources. The application was for the three prospecting rights at the Zebediela Project and it will grant the company access to mine nickel and platinum group minerals (PGM's), chromite, cobalt, copper, gold, iron ore and vanadium for a period of 30 years. On 30th August 2019, at the time of writing, GMT 08:16 AM, URU shares were trading at GBX 250.00, flat as compared to the previous day closing price.

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