The company has had recent encouraging news from its flagship Kasombo Copper-Cobalt Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo and from its Western Australian interests.
Broad high-grade cobalt and copper results have been received from trenching at Kasombo.
Sampling was completed from seven trenches for a total of 598 metres and 273 channel samples across the mineralised strata of cobalt-rich Kasombo 7.
Chairman Tony Sage said: “We are very excited by these results and will now plan a targeted drilling program on both Kasombo 5 and Kasombo 7 to further investigate the size of the great copper results and follow up on the good cobalt results.”
Notably, good cobalt assays were returned from trenches, including:
• 10 metres at 0.21% cobalt between 42 and 50 metres; and
• 12 metres at 0.23% cobalt between 17 and 26 metres.
The agreement covers tenements that are 100% held by Alchemy Resources Limited (ASX:ALY) as well as those held 80% by Alchemy and 20% by Fe Limited subsidiary Jackson Minerals Pty Ltd.