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KCB - Completion of airborne geophysical survey

Kavango Resources plc (LSE:KAV), the Southern Africa focussed metals exploration company, is pleased to announce completion of an airborne geophysical survey over its Kalahari Copper Belt ("KCB") project in Botswana.

The helicopter-borne survey was completed by New Resolution Geophysics ("NRG") and carried XciteTM Electromagnetic, Gravity, and Magnetic survey equipment. This multi-parameter airborne geophysical system has been designed for superior resolution of the KCB geology, to provide more detailed mapping of the project. The goal is to identify higher confidence drill targets.

Kavango recently purchased six prospecting licences from ENRG Elements (ASX:ENRG) ("ENRG"), providing it with an extensive, single contiguous project area in the KCB covering 7,629km2 (announced >>> 16 November 2023). Interpretation of ENRG's historic airborne data, which Kavango now owns, has revealed two main areas of interest for copper/silver exploration.

Figure 1 - Preliminary data from the completed NRG survey overlaid on a backdrop of geology and regional magnetics

Figure 1 - Preliminary data from the completed NRG survey overlaid on a backdrop of geology and regional magnetics

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