The survey has identified 26 conductive anomalies across 2,000 line kilometres in the Hukuntsi area of the KSZ project.
Some of these coincide with geochemical anomalies that have been previously discovered by Kavango.
These conductive zones could indicate the presence of sulphide orebodies and have now been prioritized for ground-based follow-up that includes resistivity and induced polarisation geophysical surveys.
Meanwhile, an IP survey is also underway at the Ditau prospect, which forms part of the KSZ project, where earlier exploration by the company identified coincident geophysical and base metal anomalies.
Subject to results, drilling could commence before the end of the year;
“We believe the under-explored area of the KSZ holds potential for the discovery of world-class base and precious metals deposits and we look forward to announcing further results in due course," said Michael Foster, chief executive officer of Kavango.