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Ditau - Additional Exploration Holes Logged

Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV), the Southern Africa focussed exploration company, is pleased to announce that it has identified further evidence of a potential wider mineralised system at the Company's Ditau Project in SW Botswana.

Having confirmed the 470m strike extent of the mineralised Banded Iron Formation ("BIF") encountered in Hole DITDD004 (announced >>> 31 March 2023), Kavango has completed logging of two historic exploration holes that were drilled in the vicinity of Target i10. Kavango drilled DITDD004 in April 2022 to test Target i10.

Drill core from the two historic exploration holes X077_H002 ("X077") & X081_H001 ("X081") both exhibit clear evidence of mineralisation.

X077 is 470m from DITDD004. It was drilled to 189m and intercepted the same mineralised BIF that Dr. Hamid Mumin recently identified as a large-scale system, primarily prospective for possible lode gold mineralisation. The mineralised BIF in X077 remained open at depth and Kavango is considering drilling a twin hole to test this target.

FIGURE 1: End of Hole X077 at 188.93m, pyrite and carbonate both increase at end of hole, suggesting increasing mineralisation, open at depth.

Figure 1: End of Hole X077 at 188.93m, pyrite and carbonate both increase at end of hole, suggesting increasing mineralisation, open at depth.

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