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KCB - Airborne geophysical survey commences

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

The Company has signed a contract with South Africa-based New Resolution Geophysics ("NRG") for Time Domain Electromagnetic ("TDEM"), Magnetic, and Gravity surveys combined on one helicopter platform ("the NRG Survey").

The NRG Survey will consist of 2,374-line kms at a line spacing of 500m x 5,000m across Kavango's Block 1A and Block 1B Prospecting Licences ("PLs")

The work expands on airborne geophysical surveying already completed by ENRG Elements (ASX:ENRG) ("ENRG") on PL203/2016 and PL127/2017, two adjacent PLs recently acquired by Kavango (announced >>> 16 November 2023).

 

Figure 1: NRG's planned survey lines across Kavango's Block 1A and Block 1B licences and airborne survey data covering the PLs acquired from ENRG

Figure 1: NRG's planned survey lines across Kavango's Block 1A and Block 1B licences and airborne survey data covering the PLs acquired from ENRG

 

Figure 2 - Regional to deposit scale geologic controls on copper silver mineralisation in the KCB - Wes Hall et al, SEG, Special Publication, no 21, pp207-236

Figure 2 - Regional to deposit scale geologic controls on copper silver mineralisation in the KCB - Wes Hall et al, SEG, Special Publication, no 21, pp207-236

Figure 3 - Schematic cross-section showing high-grade intersection in drill hole MO-A4-003D, interpreted geology, and the mineralisation styles across Sandfire's A4 deposit

Figure 3 - Schematic cross-section showing high-grade intersection in drill hole MO-A4-003D, interpreted geology, and the mineralisation styles across Sandfire's A4 deposit

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