Mankouke South

  • Discovered in July 2019 by surface geochemistry and air core drilling
  • Wide, high-grade intercepts defined along 700m of strike and to a depth of at least 165m and open to the north, west and at depth
  • North-south striking, moderately east-dipping quartz vein system
  • Drill highlights include:
  • Gold mineralisation is associated with quartz veining and disseminated and stringer hosted pyrite
  • Hosted in brecciated and locally sheared greywackes and mudstones of the Kofi formation
  • Mineralisation intersected to date is near-surface and hosted in saprolite to saprock