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The estimated mine life can be extended further upon further

delineation of the resource beyond 30m and if the remaining



southern portion of the area is investigated further.



5.



PLAN TO RAISE FINANCE



The company plans to raise finance and capital as



follows:

a.) Equity contribution from shareholders; this will

include resources such as equipment from the

company's other operations which are being

downsized due to shortage of raw materials

b.) Loans from financial institutions at home and

abroad



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6.



PROGRAM OF MINlNG OPERATIONS

The company shall establish an open pit mine with 3.5m



to 5 m benches. The mine will be developed in stages

beginning with overburden removal in the first 3 to 6

months of operation. The open pit will be accessed via a

ramp which will be designed to allow two 25 ton trucks

to bypass each other. Ore will be transported to a

primary crusher on site where rocks will be reduced in



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srze.



During mining, rock drilling will be followed by blasting

with dynamite to fragment in situ rocks. Explosives



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magazines will be established on site to store



explosives. lt is envisaged that blasting will take place

three times per week but may be reduced to once or

twice depending on ore stockpile levels and market

consumption. A water bowser will be used to suppress

dust during mining and haulage operations.

The company will produce aggregate products for the

local market and will proceed to add value through the



production of building blocks, pavers and other

products.



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a.)



Schedule of Activities



Years

0-1



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2-3



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Activities

Set up of camp,

warehouses and

mine offices

. Overburden

removal

.



. Ramp up



production to

. Plant



procurement,

relocation and

s lr'.1 sE



Estimated

costs (usD)

250,000



Planned



production

Site



preparations

and overburden

removal



750,000



Stockpiled initial

production

936 000T per

annum primary

raw material

production



construction:

crushers,

conveyors, dust



abatement,

storage sheds,

weigh bridges and

workshops

.Ramp up to full



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4-5



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production

. Environmental

Protection Fund

First Audit Report

More Value

addition: Block

making, pavers,

introduction of

other aggregate

products

Establishment of

Sales Office in



250,000



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Solwezi



6-25



Steady state



production



6l



250,000



1.872 MT per

annum primary

raw material

production



b.)



Mine Equipment

No.



A.

1,



2



3



4



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5



6

7



No. of

Units

Mineral Processing/Material Handling

1

12M3

Hopper

ZSW1,

Vibrating

Grizzly Feeder 490X11011

PE-750X1060

1

Jaw crusher

PF-1315V

1,

lmpact

crusher

1

lmpact

PF-1010V

crusher

1

Vibrating

2YK-2160

screen

2YK-1854

t

Vibrating



Description



Model



I



screen



I

9



10



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LL

L2

13



L4

15

16

L7



TlPage



Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor

Conveyor



belt

belt

belt

belt

belt

belt

belt

belt

belt

belt



B-1000x30M

B-1000x30M

B-1000x27M

B-1000x10M

B-650X10M

B-650X17M

B-800x20rvr

B-650X20M



1

1,

1,



1

1,



t

t

1



B-500x20M



t



B-500x1-5M



1



Steel

structu res



16



23 TONS



As



requir

ed



Electrical



18



PK5-563



lset



control

assembly



B. Mining Equipment

L

Excavator

2

Excavator

3.

Frontend

loader

4

Frontend

loader

Tipper truck

5



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6.

7.



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8



9.



9.

10.

11.



L2.



8ll).,ige



Drilling

machine

Air

compressor

Water pump

Grader

Roller

Water cart

Air pickaxe

Welding

machine



I



XGPC 380



t

t



XG 958



2



XG 360



2



22325

7N36478



10



LGD 2OOO



2 SET



TSCA 363



5



SQQP 111



10



XGPC 2OO



LGR 320



t

t



22325 N3645



2



SM1TS1.21



5 SET



SY-S66



5 SET



LGG 230



13.



Hand cutter

bar



5



BOSS



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c.) Employment of Zambians



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The mine shall recruit and train local

Zambians within the project area but will

also recruit from the district to

supplement technical skills which may be

absent in the local environment.

Proposed employment shall be as follows:



Position



Number



CEO/Managers 3

Managers

3

Human

5

Resource and



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Administrative

Staff

Accounting

9lPag.l



5



Nationality

Foreigners

Zambian

Zambian



Zambian



Sales and



4



Zambian



10



Zambian

Zambian

Zambian



Marketing

Staff

Technicians

Supervisors



a



7.



Machine

operators



20



Drivers



Miners



30

20



General workers



1s0



Total



250



Zambian

Zambian

Zambian



Local Business Development

The company plans to contribute to the



generation of local business opportunities as

follows:

a.) Zambian business persons will be

encouraged to establish sales outlets for

company products



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b.) Contract work shall be reserved for

qualified and experienced Zambian

companies especially from within the

project area

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c.)



Services such as canteen facilities and



cleaning services shall be reserved for

Zambians



d.) The company shall offer training to

Zambian entrepreneurs to improve

quality of services in areas relevant to the

company's operations



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