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About Consolidated Copper

Consolidated Copper Corp (CCC) is developing a green copper mining company in Namibia, supported by sustainable, long-life mines and renewable power sources.
Founded in 2022 by a group of value-driven mining executives – with a proven record of developing and operating large scale mines in Africa – the Company is currently focused on engineering sustainable and responsible restart plans for its copper mines in Namibia.
The company’s assets are currently under Care and Maintenance (C&M) but have substantial existing resources, mining and processing infrastructure in place to support an economically viable restart.

Our Operations


The Tschudi Copper Mine is an open pit heap leach SX/EW operation, built in 2015 with the production capacity of 17ktpa Copper cathode. Under Care and Maintenance since 2020, the operation has all the requisite infrastructure in good standing to restart in 2023/24.

The company has undertaken 27,000m of drilling in late 2022 which has extended the LOM to 12 yrs and has undertaken extensive studies to address historic metallurgical recovery issues and current mine life constraints. Consolidated Copper has determined that the Tschudi mine possesses significant resource extension potential.

The Company’s current plan aims to extend life of mine by increasing the mineable inventory from 6.7Mt @ 1% Cu (at time of acquisition) to 18.7Mt @ 0.84% Cu with a revised resource of 19.5Mt @ 0.85% Cu.


Central Operations consists of two underground mines – Matchless and Otjihase – with over 30 years of production history and functional existing processing infrastructure, located 45km and 30km respectively from Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek.

With minimal exploration undertaken by the previous operator, high probability exploration targets around the Western Prospect (and with an existing 800ktpa onsite concentrator in working condition), the mines provide significant resource expansion potential and additional capacity to toll treat other ores.

CCC has identified strategies and opportunities to add value at Central Operations, by increasing recovery and minimising dilution through development of new ore blocks and optimisation of mining methods.

The current focus at these projects is on developing a 10-year LOM plan and drilling along the western margin of the orebody at Tigerschulcht.


Berg Aukas is an underground, high-grade zinc mine in its first phase of the restart process.

Pre-Feasibility Studies have been completed by the former operator in 2013 and were updated in 2018. Since the updates, the asset has been managed by the CCC team.

With a targeted 10-year mine life, access to existing infrastructure, unexploited upside potential (including minimal exploration within immediate vicinity) and the deposit open down plunge, the company is working towards defining marketing and exploration opportunities for Berg Aukas in Q3 2023.

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