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The Kabanga Ni sulfide deposit represents one of the most significant Ni sulfide discoveries of the last two decades, with current measured and indicated mineral resources of 37.2 million metric tons (Mt) at 2.63 percent Ni and inferred mineral resources of 21 Mt at 2.6 percent Ni (Dec. 2010, The sulfides occur in sill-like and chonolithic ultramafic-mafic intrusions that form part of the approximately 500-km long, 1.4-Ga Kabanga-Musongati-Kapalagulu mafic-ultramafic igneous belt, within the Karagwe-Ankole belt in northwestern Tanzania and adjacent Burundi. The intrusions are up to ∼1 km thick and 4 km long and crystallized from several pulses...

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