"These results are telling us that whilst we've always delivered some very good quality shallow mineralisation, we now think we know where that's coming from. We basically think that we've discovered the 'motherload' or the feeder zone, and this looks to be quite high grade, and it's going to have important implications for the design of the pits... It really is a major step forward for the understanding and the development of the project, and we hope to replicate what we've learnt here to a number of other targets," says Stone.
There are currently six drill rigs active at Wa, with comprehensive drilling planned for the rest of the year to increase resources, and consistent news flows expected.
Stone summarises, "it's a very exciting time to be a shareholder of Azumah as we unlock the value that we believe has been compressed into what was a small market capitalisation."