Projects

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
  • 2019-2020 Drilling Highlights:
        - Mineralization to 178m vertical depth
    • 18.6 g/t Au over 3.5m - DDMan-20-25 from 140.2m
    • 8.68 g/t Au over 39.0m - ACMan-20-312 from 6.0m
    • 6.15 g/t Au over 46.5m - DDMan-20-54  from 118.5m
    • 5.86 g/t Au over 26.0m - ACMan-19-167 from 24.0m
    • 5.75 g/t Au over 22.0m - DDMan-20-26 from 20.2m
    • 5.35 g/t Au over 53.0m - DDMan-20-79 from 126.5m
    • 5.20 g/t Au over 41.0m - DDMan-20-57 from 38.5m
    • 5.16 g/t Au over 65.0m - DDMan-20-34  from 93.2m
    • 4.84 g/t Au over 62.0m - DDMan-20-29  from 39.2m
    • 4.76 g/t Au over 46.0m - DDMan-20-30 from 50.2m
    • 4.50 g/t Au over 16.0m - ACMan-19-167 from 4.0m
    • 4.03 g/t Au over 28.5m - DDMan-20-34 from 23.7m
    • 3.99 g/t Au over 17.0m - DDMan-20-77 from 23.7m
    • 3.52 g/t Au over 12.0m - DDMAN20-72 from 112.5m
    • 3.20 g/t Au over 70.0m - DDMan-20-27 from 29.2m
    • 3.18 g/t Au over 88.0m - DDMan-20-20 from 4.7m

          Notes: 1. True width yet to be determined; 2. 0.5g/t used as cut-off with 4m internal dilution; 3. No top-cut; and 4. holes have a dip of -50° and azimuth of 270°

  • 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


Notes: 1. True width yet to be determined; 2. 0.5g/t used as cut-off with max. 4m internal dilution; 3. No top-cut; and 4. holes have an inclination of 50° and azimuth of 270°


 

Greg P. Isenor, P.Geo., Executive Vice-Chairman, is the Company’s Qualified Person
and has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure on this website