Ubique Minerals announces uranium mineralization discovery in Namibia

Ubique Minerals Limited is pleased to announce the first field report from Resource 500 V Ltd (“R500”), an Irish exploration company that holds 6 mineral exploration licenses and applications for 2 more licenses in Namibia, Africa. Ubique Minerals Ltd owns 25% of issued shares in R500.

Draft from the executive summary

License EPL7167 as of June 2022 is under renewal for a period of three years. The R500 main focus in the license area focused on three trends in the license area with anomalies in uranium and possibly massive sulfide base metal (massive sulfide) mineralization.

SRK consider sufficient information exists to undertake work on the ground and this should focus on the identified trends with surface geochemical sampling then drilling

The Erongo Licence EPL7167

Single license in the Erongo region to the east of Swakopmund. The license contains evidence of Damara aged granite pegmatite- and palaeochannel hosted uranium mineralization and possibly massive base metal sulfide mineralization in Proterozoic metamorphosed sediments and volcanics.

The area has current and historic mines for all three including the world class Rossing mine to the immediate west (390 Mt grading 0.022% U3O8) and Husab mine to the south west (446Mt at 0.048% U3O8 in Zone 1 and an additional inferred resource of 102Mt at 0.054% U3O8 in Zone 2). In addition the operating palaeochannel hosted uranium mine at Langer Heinrich is to the immediate south (71 Mt @ 0.06% U3O8).

About Ubique Minerals Limited

Ubique Minerals Limited is an exploration company listed on the CSE (CSE:UBQ) focused on exploration of its Daniel’s Harbour zinc property in Newfoundland and is actively looking at other projects around the world. Ubique became a publicly listed company in September 2018. Ubique has an experienced management group with a record of multiple discoveries of deposits worldwide and owns an extensive and exclusive database of historic exploration results from the Daniel’s Harbour area.

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