Red Planet Resources Ltd is a T.E Markets group company based in Zambia and focused on the discovery, development, and exploration of high-grade copper/gold deposits in world-renowned Zambia’s Copper Belt region that stretches out into Lusaka and the western province.
Red Planet Resources will soon be producing copper-in-concentrate at its Nkomba Copper Project from Q3-2022 and will transition to production of higher-grade copper cathode in May 2024.
The Nkomba Copper Project is operated as a joint venture by Red Planet Resources Ltd, a 60%-owned subsidiary of T.E. Markets and local partners.
Red Planet Resources Ltd is a subsidiary company owned 60% by T.E Markets Ltd. T.E. Markets was founded in 2019 and serves as both an investor and operator of a blockchain-based Exchange (ACEX) as well as several crypto-funded projects.
Red Planet Resources focuses on the discovery, development, and exploration of high-grade copper and gold deposits in world-renowned Zambia’s Copper Belt region that stretches out into Lusaka and western provinces.
Red Planet Resource has an interest in three highly prospective projects covering 1,550km 2, in the Nkomba, Mumbwa, and Rufunsa areas of Zambia.
Ian Mvula is a Zambian business magnate, investor, coach, and philanthropist.
He is the founder of T.E Markets, a multinational investment conglomerate. Ian is a strong proponent of Innovations, Finance, and leveraging both for financial inclusion and emancipation.
He is a finance coach of two-decades-long cognate experience, who seeks to offer increased access to broad-based economic empowerment opportunities in Africa across various sectors including Decentralized Finance, Mining, Agriculture, Real Estate, Media, Microfinance, and Renewable Energy.
His over 21 years of experience in trading financial instruments from stocks to cryptocurrencies is what inspired him to found a consolidated exchange (ACEX) and a token for the exchange (XTEM).
As an astute finance expert, Ian is a global ambassador for African business and as such has been featured in fora and journals where business and development are germane.