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De Jager to lead Surefire as next CEO

13th May 2024

By: Creamer Media Reporter

     

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Perth-based explorer Surefire Resources has appointed Jan de Jager as CEO.

De Jager has more than 25 years’ experience across operational, finance, commercial, strategy and business development roles and has held senior leadership roles in AVZ Minerals, Covalent Lithium, Roy Hill and Xstrata Nickel Australia.

He has also worked for Sasol Mining in South Africa.

Surefire points out that, in his career, De Jager has gained extensive experience in various greenfield and brownfield projects from scoping stage into production where he was involved with deal structuring and project financing.

Chairperson Vladimir Nikolaenko comments that De Jager will be a valuable addition to the Surefire team. “He will greatly assist in aggressively progressing and advancing the company’s key projects at Victory Bay and Unaly Hill, Perenjori iron-ore, its Yidby gold discovery and Kooline silver/lead project,” says Nikolaenko.

Surefire’s projects cover vanadium, magnetite and gold in Western Australia.

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter

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