Otjikoto Mine & Regional Exploration – Namibia

The Otjikoto Mine is located in the north-central part of Namibia, approximately 300 km north of the country’s capital, Windhoek. Otjikoto is the largest gold producer in the country.

The total exploration budget for Namibia in 2021 is approximately $4.8 million. Exploration in 2021 will include 25,000 metres of diamond drilling and 3,200 metres of RAB drilling. The majority of the diamond drilling will target the extension of the existing Wolfshag underground resource area and a lone drillhole intersection more than 700 metres down plunge. Several new zones located parallel to and east of Wolfshag with the potential to enhance the underground project are being tested. In addition, drilling commenced in the third quarter of 2021 to test mineralization to the south of the main Otjikoto open pit. Regional exploration has included drilling geophysical targets on permits adjacent to the Otjikoto Mine permit.

For the latest details and news releases/most recent company documents pertaining to the Company's Otjikoto Mine:

  • Click here for B2Gold's Q4 2021 Production & Revenue, and 2022 Guidance news release (dated January 19, 2022)
  • Click here for B2Gold's Q4 2021 Management Discussion & Analysis (dated December 31, 2021)
  • Click here for B2Gold's Q4 2021 Financial Statements (dated December 31, 2021)
  • Click here for B2Gold's 2021 Annual Information Form (dated March 30, 2021)


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