Int. Gold Mines JV into additional uranium projects

- September 4th, 2008

International Gold Mining Ltd reports that it has signed a LOI with Australian Stock Exchange listed Atomic Resources (ASX:ATQ) to joint venture into five uranium tenements which totals 846 sq. km in East African Republic of Tanzania. Two of the tenements totaling 135 square kilometres are located in the rich Bahi / Manyoni uranium province. With this joint … Continued

International Gold Mining Ltd reports that it has signed a LOI with Australian Stock Exchange listed Atomic Resources (ASX:ATQ) to joint venture into five uranium tenements which totals 846 sq. km in East African Republic of Tanzania.

Two of the tenements totaling 135 square kilometres are located in the rich Bahi / Manyoni uranium province. With this joint venture, the company now has in excess of 2500 square kilometres of tenements in this exciting uranium province where the company (IGML) announced on July 15th 2008, the discovery of a high grade uranium mineralised anomaly; (now known as the Mkiwa Uranium Anomaly) located near Manyoni.

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