owns 80% of the Etango Uranium Project
in Namibia, Southern Africa.
Bannerman is a member of the Australian Uranium Association, World Nuclear Association and the Australia-Africa Mining Industry Group (AAMIG)
Following incorporation and its initial listing as a public company in 2005, Bannerman
focused its exploration efforts on a number of properties in Australia.
In May 2005, Bannerman
acquired an 80 per cent interest in its Namibian subsidiary and became focused on the company's Namibian properties, in particular the Etango Project
, formerly named the Goanikontes Project.
has two subsidiaries, one wholly-owned and controlled, being Elfort Nominees Pty Ltd
(Elfort), and one 80 percent-owned, being Bannerman Mining Resources (Namibia) (Pty) Ltd (Bannerman Namibia).
Bannerman Namibia was initially incorporated in Namibia under the name Turgi Investments Pty Ltd and subsequently changed its name on 20 September 2006 to Bannerman Mining Resources (Namibia) (Pty) Ltd.
Bannerman owns 80 per cent of Bannerman Namibia, with the remaining 20 per cent held by Mr Clive Jones (for himself and on behalf of a business associate in Perth, Australia).
Mr Jones is a Non-Executive Director of Bannerman and Bannerman Namibia.
takes its name from Australian cricketing legend, Charles Bannerman
, Australia's first Test Cricket batsman.
While there is no direct link between Charles Bannerman
and Bannerman Resources
, the Company aims to emulate the determination and performance displayed by this celebrated cricketer.
holds the highest score by an Australian batsman on debut and scored the first ever century in a Test match to cement his
status as one of Australia's earliest and greatest sporting heroes.
headquarters are in Perth, Western Australia.
The Company is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (code BMN), Toronto Stock Exchange (code BAN) and the Namibian Stock Exchange (code BMN).
main project office is located in Swakopmund, Namibia.