Sub-Sahara Mining & Industrial Journal

BWA Growth Story: Cameroon Exploration Licences Exhibit Strong Future Value

BWA Group PLC has been marking a success through major investments in underexplored mining landscapes that have shown the traces of highly mineral-rich areas around the country in Central Africa, Cameroon.

Originally established as a textile company in 1932, BWA Group PLC is an investment company focused on the mining industry. It presently operates through its wholly-owned subsidiary, BWA Resources (UK) Limited. In the last five years, the group has developed a robust portfolio of exploration permits in line with its core objective to generate value for its shareholders. The portfolio broadly includes 7 groups of mineral exploration licences, principally aimed at researching the exploitation of rutile sand, gold, nickel, copper, cobalt, kyanite and other related minerals.

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