Mount Mulanje is a granite inselberg in southern Malawi, Africa. At 3,000 meters high, it is one of the largest inselbergs in the world as well as the tallest peak in south central Africa. Inselbergs are isolated stands of hard igneous rock which have been left standing isolated on level plains, formed because their rock mass resisted erosion while the plains around them did not.
On March 18 2011, an exclusive property license was issued by Malawi Government to Spring Stone to carry out exploration for Rare Earth Elements in Chambe basin of Mulanje Massif. This monad knock has historically been subject to various mineral prospecting activities as it is widely believed to contain large deposits of bauxite and high value mid and heavy REEs.Malawi Southern Malawi Mulanje
the Mulanje Massif and south of Lake Chilwa 4km south of AIM listed Mkango Resources Songwe Hill Approx 70km from the former capital Zomba and approx 90km from Malawiscommercial centre of Blantyre Rail head and international airport 90 minutes from site Chambe Basin Rare Earth Project
Mkango discovers 17 rare earth minerals in Malawi. Aug 13, 2019 Malawi24 Reporter Business 1. Mkango Resources says it has discovered 17 rare earth minerals in Phalombe district including four that are on high demand. President of the Mkango and Lancaster Exploration Alexander Lemon told the local media that the minerals found on Songwe Hill in Phalombe are in millions of tonnes and would take the country over 20 years of mining.
Mulanje Massif Rare Earth Mineral Exploration, Malawi Description: On March 18 2011, an exclusive property license was issued by Malawi Government to Spring Stone to carry out exploration for Rare Earth Elements in Chambe basin of Mulanje Massif.
area in Mulanje, southern Malawi to explore for Rare Earth Elements . The grant of the license will give permission to start carrying out the exploration activities which the company intends to do. The possibility that the Mulanje Mountain area might contain REE deposits of the ion adsorption type was