In a production update for the three months ended 30 June 2018, the AIM-listed miner said tungsten and tin production were up 41% and 67% respectively over the last 12 months
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An ore purchase agreement for all production is in place with AngloGold Ashanti.
The agreement also includes a right to purchase Metal Tiger’s other joint venture interests.
Seats are filling fast for the next luncheon series in Sydney and Melbourne.
The results point to a potential shallow-dipping, near-surface copper resource over a strike length of at least 700 metres.
The company has 12 exciting projects in West Africa's most prolific gold region.
Rock-chip results of up to 14.8 g/t gold and 3.17% copper further enhance the discovery potential.
The company has identified copper-cobalt-nickel mineralisation which will add to the lead-zinc-silver bounty.
The 9,000-metre program has been outlined to the company’s administration team in Angola.
The highest grading of 59.2 g/t gold was within a 9-metre intersection of 23.3 g/t from 60 metres.
Shares in the company are trading up 14.3% to 0.8 cents intra-day.
The short-term facility provides the last funding needed to start shipping high-grade zinc and lead by the end of this quarter.
JV partners MOD and Metal Tiger envision a long-life, open pit mining and processing operation at T3.
An environmental approval and a Department of Water and Environmental Regulation licence amendment are still required.
RPM Advisory Services Pty Ltd found the size of the Elephant resources had increased by 9.7 million tonnes at a 2.5% cut-off.
Ausdrill will resume drilling at the Red Hill prospect on the Markoye Fault system in about a week.
The company's Montepuez Ruby Project and Caula Graphite Vanadium Project are in Mozambique.
Dacian is fully funded for its accelerated Westralia and Cameron Well exploration programs
The prospect contains widespread outcropping mineralisation and historical small workings.
The program is expected to be complete in two weeks and final assay results are due in October.
The rates, fees and terms agreed for the new facility are highly competitive.
The Kipushi project consists of a tailings dam and nearby processing plant.
The company is hoping for high-grade cobalt results from new drilling at the WA project.
The Spearpoint prospect is around 350 metres from the Karouni processing plant.
Drilling has confirmed mineralisation along strike from the existing resource as well as at depth.