The Musha-Ntunga mine is located in Rwanda’s prolific tin region – Rwamagana District – 45 km from Kigali in the Eastern Province. Although the operation consists of a number of sub-mines, more than 95% of the production comes from Musha mine.
The mines produce a minimum of 17 tonnes per month of tin, as well as small amounts of Coltan from the Duha and Ntunga sub-sites, under a 25-year license that began in 2014 under Piran Rwanda Limited.
The mine also contains high-grade Lithium primarily on Ntunga’s pegmatite deposits. The potential is currently being explored to understand its scale and evaluate extraction options.