Drilling will follow the recently completed and successful 27-hole RC program at Tchaga and other regional targets during July 2019.
A number of strong gold intersections were recorded at the high-priority Tchaga prospect including 18 metres at 3.25 g/t gold from 39 metres at 23 metres at 2.46 g/t gold from 15 metres.
The July drill program was designed to extend mineralisation outlined over a 500-metre strike length in previous drill programs on the Tchaga Prospect.
The results returned from drilling doubled the strike extent of gold mineralisation to one kilometre on the Tchaga Prospect
Progressing towards maiden JORC resource
Drilling to date has confirmed the presence of multiple gold mineralised zones along a strike length of one kilometre.
The company will focus on infill drilling at the Tchaga Prospect in its endeavour to outline a JORC compliant gold resource.
Met work shows 94.7% gold recoveries
During September 2019, results were reported from cyanidation bottle roll test work completed on 17 samples of primary and oxide mineralisation from Tchaga.
Encouragingly, gold recoveries averaged 94.7% for primary mineralisation and 94.3% for oxide mineralisation.