CDSG ANNOUNCES TRANSFER OF PROSPECTING LICENSES IN TANZANIA
Las Vegas, NV., Nov. 17, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Titan Lithium Inc., (OTC Markets: CDSG) (the “Company” or “CDSG”) is pleased to announce it has completed the full transfer of 100% interest in the Titan 1 and Titan 2 Prospecting Licenses in Tanzania into the Company’s’ Kilimanjaro Lithium Ltd (“KLL”) subsidiary.
Mineral rights in Tanzania are held under a number of types of licenses granted under the country’s comprehensive Mining Act. Exploration projects are held by a Prospecting License (“PL”) which allows the holder to conduct a wide range of exploration work until such a time as a mining license is required for exploitation.
The vendor completed the transfer of 100% of the two Prospecting Licenses for Titan 1 and Titan 2, PL 12353/2023 and PL 12338/2023, into KLL on November 14, 2023. The Prospecting Licenses that were transferred were duly recorded pursuant to section 123(1) of the Mining Act in the central register on November 16, 2023. The licenses will be available to view on the company’s website on the “About Us” tab .
These two PLs are considered prospective to the discovery of sediment hosted lithium style mineralization within a country rich in mineral resources. Tanzania is endowed with many types of minerals including gold, iron ore, nickel, copper, cobalt, gemstones, industrial minerals as well as rare earth minerals.
“Working closely with the vendor we are very pleased to have the licenses fully transferred”, commented Chairman Harp Sangha. “Our next steps will include the commencement of work that will include a strategic drill campaign designed to produce a maiden mineral resource that we hope will elevate the projects significantly.”
About the Company: China Dongsheng International Inc. (OTC Markets: CDSG), through its wholly owned subsidiary Titan Lithium, Inc., is a lithium explorer and developer with operations in Nevada, USA, and The United Republic of Tanzania.
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