Sipa Resources (ASX:SRI) has defined a zone of strong chargeability and coincident high resistivity spatially related to Pamwa zinc, lead and silver mineralised zone at its Kitgum-Pader Project in Uganda.
This indicates that the system intersected by shallow drilling in July 2014 has substantial depth and strike potential which has not been tested by the existing drilling.
Assays received in August included a peak result of 5 metres at 2% zinc, 0.2% lead, 2.4ppm silver and 97ppm cadmium.
Diamond drill of about 1,500 metres to test the Pamwa zinc, lead, silver mineralised system and Akelikongo nickel sulphide mineralised system will commence in late January.
Infill soil sampling is continuing to define further drilling targets for first pass rotary air blast drilling, also planned for early 2015.
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