IMX’s activities are focused on the highly prospective Nachingwea Property in south-east Tanzania. The tenement covers an area of approximately 5,400km² located in close proximity to key infrastructure, including 220km mostly sealed road access to a deep water port at Mtwara.
The Nachingwea Property lies in the Mozambique Belt, which is highly prospective for graphite, nickel, gold and copper mineralisation. This is a strategically significant land package, providing an outstanding exploration opportunity in a relatively unexplored region.
IMX controls the Nachingwea Property under a joint venture with MMG who holds a 14% interest.
At Nachingwea, IMX is rapidly advancing its Chilalo Graphite Project, carrying out exploration at its Kishugu and Naujombo Gold Prospects and is in a joint venture for the development of its Ntaka Hill Nickel Project, where a significant nickel resource has been defined.