Premier African Minerals appoints Godfrey Manhambara to its Board as Non-Executive Director

– TOGO, Lome – Premier African Minerals Limited (AIM:PREM), the London-quoted mining and exploration company is pleased to announce the appointment today of Mr Godfrey Tsikayi Manhambara as a Non-Executive Director to the Company.

George Roach, CEO and Chairman commented: “I’m delighted to welcome Mr Manhambara to the Board. Mr Manhambara is a Zimbabwean national with extensive experience in building successful businesses in Southern Africa. As both the RHA tungsten mine and the Zulu lithium projects are advancing, we believe that it is imperative to bolster our Board with the skills and experience which the Company requires at this time.”

About Mr Manhambara

The Company has today appointed Mr Manhambara as a non-executive director. Mr Manhambara is Zimbabwean national and has extensive experience in business as well as a number of business interest in Southern Africa. Mr Manhambara was formerly Chief Executive of Affretair, an international cargo commercial airline that operated out of Harare. In 1999, Mr Manhambara was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Civil Aviation Authority in Zimbabwe, a position he held until 2001. Subsequent to this role, Mr Manhambara became the Chief Executive of Beta Holdings, which is now the largest infrastructure inputs supply manufacturer in Zimbabwe. He also sits as non-executive director on several private and listed companies in Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

Mr Manhambara has a BSc in Economics from University College London and an MBA in Business Administration from the Zimbabwean Open University.

About Premier African Minerals Limited

Premier African Minerals Limited (AIM: PREM) is a multi-commodity mining and natural resource development company focused in Southern and Western Africa with production started at its flagship RHA project in Zimbabwe.

The Company has a diverse portfolio of projects, which include tungsten, rare earth elements, gold, lithium and tantalum in Zimbabwe and Benin, encompassing brownfield projects with near-term production potential to grass-roots exploration. In addition, the Company holds 5,010,333 million shares in Circum, the owner of the Danakil Potash Project in Ethiopia, which has the potential to be a world class asset. At present those shares are valued at US$10.2 million based on the latest price at which Circum has accepted subscriptions. Premier also has an interest in Casa Mining Limited, a privately-owned exploration company that has a 71.25 per cent interest in the 1.5 million ounce inferred resource Akyanga gold deposit in the DRC.

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