Namibia, Africa Copper - Silver Taranis Okohongo & JV DorWit
Many similarities between the Kaoko Copperbelt and Kalahari Copperbelt to the Central African Copper Belt (CACB)
The Central African Copperbelt (CACB) largest and most abundant mineralized sediment-hosted copper province known,with numerous mines and is estimated to contain over 5 billion tonnes of copper ore with grades up to 4%
Sediment-hosted copper deposits are one of the most important source of copper next only to porphyry copper deposits and making up approximately 20% of all copper production.
From 1905 to 1996 Ongopolo Mine (Previously the Tsumeb Mine) in Namibia produced about 30 million tons of ore yielding 1.7Mt copper at 4.3% Cu.
Malachite Mineralization Geological Survey of Namibia Capital City Windhoek