Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula

IVANHOE Mines chief Robert Friedland jolted a weary Mining Indaba audience out of its collective third day hangover as he unveiled another staggering set of numbers from the Kamoa-Kakula copper project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula Friedland wows Indaba with new resource for 'unstoppable' Kamoa-Kakula

Ivanhoe founder and chairman Robert Friedland addresses the Indaba 2020 audience in Cape Town

The updated resource estimate puts the combined Kamoa-Kakula project at 423 million tonnes grading 4.68% copper, at a 3% cut off. At a 1% cut off, the resource figure jumps to 1.

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