The Katanga Regional Project comprises seven exploration licences within the mid-Proterozoic Kibaran Belt in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo known to host lithium bearing pegmatites.
The Licences are located in essentially three clusters within the Katanga province. The first cluster (of three licences) is located approximately 100km to the south/south west of the historical Manono mine surrounding the town of Mulongo, the second and single licence some 50km east of Manono and the third cluster of three licences, approximately 250km north/north east of Manono. The licences have a total land areal coverage of approximately 1,172km2.
The licences are relatively unexplored and are considered prospective for lithium, base metal and rare earths.