MALAWI Issue dated 07/05/2020

Spiralling uranium prices trigger battle for control of Lotus Resources

Kayelekera's Uranium mine in Malawi, own by the Australian company Lotus Resources.
Kayelekera's Uranium mine in Malawi, own by the Australian company Lotus Resources. ©Lotus Resources
A boardroom struggle has broken out at Australia's Lotus Resources, which has a controlling stake in the Kayelekera uranium project in Malawi, as the price of the mineral soars amid the global Covid-19 crisis. [...] (497 words)
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