Marula Mining welcomes Hannah Wang’ombe and Munyaradzi Murape to its Board as Independent Directors

– UK, London –  Marula Mining (AQSE: MARU), an African-focused mining and development company, today announced the appointments of Hannah Wang’ombe and Munyaradzi Murape to its Board as Independent Non-Executive Directors effective immediately.

Ms. Wang’Ombe will join the Environment and Social Responsibility Committee as Chair and the Remuneration and Nomination Committee as a member, while Mr. Murape will serve on the Audit Committee and the Risk Committee.

About Hannah Wang’Ombe

Ms. Wang’Ombe is currently the CEO of the Association of Women in Extractives Kenya which provides women with opportunities for equitable professional and economic development within the Kenya mining sector. Hannah has over 10 years of experience in stakeholder engagement, relationship building, crisis management, and public policy processes at the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, where she worked as a Researcher and Head of Strategy and Planning.

About Munyaradzi Murape

Munyaradzi Murape is the CEO of Redstone Partners Limited, a UK-headquartered financial markets development company focused on the Southern African region. He began his career working in investment banking in Zimbabwe, for a range of banks including HSBC (Private) Securities Limited and CBZ Bank Limited. Munyaradzi has over 20 years of experience as an investment banker, corporate leader, and public and private sector investor. In 2015, he earned the award of the Archbishop Tutu Fellowship at Oxford University.

About Marula Mining

Marula Mining is an African-focused battery metals investment and exploration company and has interests in several high-value mine projects in Africa; Blesberg Lithium and Tantalum Mine in South Africa, Nkombwa Hill Project in Zambia and Kinusi Copper mine, Bagamoyo Graphite Project and Nyorinyori Graphite Project in Tanzania. As we advance operations at these battery metals-focused projects, Marula will continue to build and expand its interests in other high-quality projects in Africa.

Marula’s strategy is to identify and invest in advanced and high-value mining projects throughout East, Central, and Southern Africa that the Directors believe would deliver returns for its shareholders. The Board and management team aims to establish Marula as a socially and environmentally responsible, sustainable, and profitable producer of critical metals and commodities that are increasingly strategically important to modern technologies and the global economy.

Marula’s shares are traded on the AQUIS Stock Exchange, Marula is exploring opportunities to admit its shares to trading on AIM, the market operated by the London Stock Exchange Group plc, Kenya’s Nairobi Securities Exchange, and South Africa’s Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

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