GoviEx Uranium Inc. is a Canada-based mineral resources company that is focused on the exploration and development of uranium properties located in Africa. The Company has two projects with mine permits, which are approximately 80% owned Madaouela Project in Niger and wholly owned Mutanga Project in Zambia. The Company also has an interest in the Falea Project comprising three exploration licenses located in Mali. The Madaouela Project, located in north-central Niger, consists of one mining permit, Madaouela I and about six exploration licenses through its wholly owned subsidiary, GoviEx Niger Holdings Ltd. The Mutanga Project is located approximately 200 kilometers (km) south of Lusaka, immediately north of Lake Kariba. The Mutanga Uranium Project consists of five deposits, such as Mutanga, Dibwe, Dibwe East, Njame, and Gwabe. The Mutanga Project is comprised of three mining licenses, such as 13880-HQ-LML, 13881-HQ-LML, and 12634-HQ-LML encompassing about 720 square kilometers.
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Goviex Uranium Inc does not pay a dividend.
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