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The major sections of the report were compiled by the following consultancies and companies:. The DFS was initiated to develop an appropriate single-option process plant and mine solution to confirm the business case for the selected solution.
The Otjikoto Project is located approximately 70 kilometres from the town of Otjiwarongo and 50 kilometres from the town of Otavi within the Province of Otjozondjupa in the north-central part of the. Republic of Namibia. B2Gold Corp. Vehicle access to the mine will be off the main B1 road, a primary paved road. Mine related traffic will travel from both the Otavi and Otjiwarongo directions on a daily prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing with all traffic using the B1 road to access the site.
The Otjikoto Project is located approximately km inland from the west coast of Namibia. The area is characterized by low rainfall with extreme temperature ranges and unique climatic factors influencing the natural environment and biodiversity. In general, the climatic conditions at the Otjikoto Project site allow for year-round construction and mine operations. A summary of the key climatic data is shown in Table 1.
Table 1. Water for construction activities will be supplied from boreholes pre-sunk and equipped prior to construction. Borehole water will be supplied for ablution facilities.
Bottled water will be supplied for drinking during the period when the potable supply facility is still not commissioned and in operation. Water for production activities will be supplied from boreholes and the de of the water supply system is based on a geohydrological technical report.
Power for the purposes of construction will be provided by the national grid. Following a trade-off study, it was concluded that due to escalating costs and supply constraints on the side of Nampower the national energy supplierpower will be produced on site during operations.
The local topography is flat with a gentle slope towards the north-west with freely draining soils. The site is located at an elevation of 1, mamsl, just north of a local surface water divide. There are no well-defined surface water drainage features on the site and no major surface water flow or defined channel flow is expected other than local events after heavy rainfall.
Vegetation in seasonally wet areas also varies with the degree of water logging. The greater part of the Otjikoto Project area falls within the Tree and Shrub savannah zone, which is listed as the dominant vegetation type in central Namibia.
The deposit was discovered by Avdale Namibia Pty Ltd. Prior to B2Gold acquiring the property in Decembera of mineral resource estimates have been reported for the property and are documented in Tables 6. The deposit is hosted within amphibolite grade metasediments of the Okanguarri Formation.
The OTC albitite-hornfels unit hosts most of the mineralized vein system and is underlain by a distinct marker horizon, the un-mineralized OTB calcitic marble. The bulk of the mineralization occurs in the Central and West shoots. Vein concentrations range from 1 to 30 veins per metre with higher vein concentration within the shoots. The mineralized system has been traced over a strike length of 2.
The bedrock geology within the deposit area is covered by 10 to 15 metres of calcrete, with only sporadic outcrops of Karibib Marble. The exploration program therefore had to rely on a combination of airborne and ground geophysical surveys to map bedrock geology and identify exploration targets for drill testing. Systematic drilling of the geophysical anomalies led to the discovery of the Otjikoto gold deposit. Geochemical sampling over the deposit was able to locate erratic anomalous values of gold but no coherent anomalies. Drilling at the Otjikoto Project started in with a shallow RAB drill program testing geophysical targets.
The initial RAB program resulted in the discovery of gold mineralization and was followed up with additional RAB drilling and the first diamond drill core hole program in The third hole of the program, OT3, is considered the discovery hole of the deposit. Drilling of a more regional nature was followed by delineation drilling to determine the distribution of mineralization and grade continuity within the zones. In the shallower levels of the deposit the majority of drilling was completed with RC.
Drill hole spacing in the shallower portions of the deposit is 25 metres x 25 metres. Deeper level spacing ranges from 25 metres x 50 metres and 50 metres x metres. A total of 1, holes totallingmetres have prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing drilled on the Otjikoto and Felsenquelle farms as of October Following documentation and splitting the samples are shipped via a prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing courier to the Genalysis facility in Walvis Bay, Namibia for preparation.
Bureau Veritas is used as the referee laboratory.
The current resource model represents an update of models prepared by RSG Global van der Merwe et al. In the current model, mineralized zone outlines were based on logged lithology, vein percentage and gold grades. The outlines define a nominal 0. Gold grades were estimated into a 3D block model using a mix of ID 3 inverse distance to the power of three and OK ordinary Kriging estimation methods.
A single indicator was used to better define high grade mineralization at a threshold of approximately 0. The total mineral resource estimate for the Otjikoto Project at a 0. Notes: 1 Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have a demonstrated economic viability.
Tom Garagan, P. The mineral reserve is based on a block model resource and mine plan that envisions open pit mining using conventional hard rock mining techniques. The Qualified Person for the mineral reserve estimate is Mr. Manie Kriel, Pr. At the time of this report there is no known permitting, metallurgic, environmental or socio-economic conditions that would have a material effect on the mineral reserve estimate for the Otjikoto Project.
The probable mineral reserves for the Otjikoto Project are provided in Table 1. The mineral reserves have been shown to be economic and are reasonable for the statement of probable reserves. The final probable mineral prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing for the Otjikoto Project are The available pit room was used for haul ro wherever possible instead of expanding pit walls, and haul road width was reduced at the lower levels of the pit to minimise waste stripping as much as possible. Three 3 pushbacks were deed based on the selected interim pit shells and the des were used to evaluate the tonnage and grades of the various material types which in turn were applied to the production scheduling.
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Ramp positioning within the overall pit de is an integral component of mine de as it influences the stripping prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing on the overall de, the performance of the equipment, and the operating costs due to direct impact of the ramps on the hauling profiles. The exit positions of the ramps were determined based on the proposed positions of the primary crusher and the waste dump.
The ultimate pit is shown in Figure 1. The ultimate pit will have dual access established along the final limits as indicated in Figure 1. The access on the north will be used for both ore and waste hauling while the access on the south will mainly be used for waste hauling.
Figure 1. The process flow sheet is comprised of the following:. The report details:. The permitting process in Namibia is similar to many other jurisdictions. A full Mining Application must be completed and approved. As part of the application, a full environmental impact assessment complete with regulated public disclosure must be completed.
Namibia has one of the healthiest economies in southern Africa. Its small population, ificant natural resources, sound governance, and human capital have allowed peace and prosperity to prevail in the 23 years since independence.
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Low rainfall and poor soils mean that agricultural potential is low, restricting most agricultural development to prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing extensive use of rangelands for livestock production. The use of minerals has been the backbone of the natural resource-based economy and economic rents from minerals have to a certain extent been reinvested with the aim of ensuring sustainable growth and development. The tourism sector has also performed well with a ificant nature-based tourism component showing good growth.
The Namibian economy is closely linked to the much larger South African economy, which has also been growing well in the last decade. Namibian per capita income is among the highest in southern Africa and Africa as a whole, which belies marked inequalities in wealth. ificant growth in mineral income is expected in Namibia in the next few years as a result of major investments in new mining projects.
The capital cost estimate consists of these components: direct costs, indirect costs and contingency, as described below. The process plant estimate is based on a 2. The pre-production capital cost summary and distribution are shown in Table 1. A summary of the cost breakdown is listed in Table 1. Economic analysis of the Otjikoto Project was performed to assess the economic viability of constructing and operating the project as deed.
The analysis was based on mine plans and production schedules derived from the most current resource estimates.
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The average annual life of mine metal production averages approximatelyounces of gold over the 12 years of full production from the process plant. The Otjikoto Project has excellent exploration potential. An aggressive exploration drilling program continues on the success of the high grade Wolfshag zone prostitutes in windhoek hoppers crossing in latethat is adjacent to the planned Otjikoto pit. These positive indicate ificant exploration upside and the potential to outline additional resources which could lead to the expansion of through-put capacity and increased annual average gold production.
The Otjikoto Project should be advanced to commercial production as soon as possible and this process has commenced. Sufficient testing and trade-off studies have been completed to confidently select the recovery process, establish the de criteria, and estimate reliable capital and operating costs.
Required government permits and s for construction have been received. Construction activities have begun, and B2Gold estimates that the Otjikoto Project will produce gold prior to the end of This report is prepared in accordance with guidelines for disclosure pursuant to NI and Form F1 in support of the of the DFS, updated mineral resource and initial publication of a mineral reserve estimate for the Otjikoto Project as disclosed in the B2Gold news release dated January 10,