Aussie uranium developers to merge

Merger to create third largest ASX-listed uranium player with top 10 deposit and advanced option

Haydn Black
 Lotus needs about 15 months to restart Kayelekera

Lotus needs about 15 months to restart Kayelekera

The A$64 million merger will combine the production-ready Kayelekera asset in Malawi with the lower-grade but globally significant Letlhakane uranium deposit in Botswana positioning the larger Lotus to...

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