VANCOUVER(Scrap Monster):Canada-based Hana Mining identified copper-silver mineralization from the initial exploration drilling program of Zone 6 at the Ghanzi sediment hosted Copper-Silver Project in Botswana.
The Ghanzi property is located across 2,149km² with copper-silver deposits over 70km strike length in the Kalahari Copper Belt in northwestern Botswana.
Based on 24 new diamond core holes (5175.37m) drilled since March 2012, the current drilling results were reported. Near surface mineralization at Zone 6 has a 1km strike length of high-grade copper and silver.
Over an average width of 6m, drilling intersected high-grade intervals averaging 1.7% copper. Mineralization in zone 6 is predominantly confined to a siltstone unit just above the D'Kar and Ngwako Pan contact.
Mineralization within this unit is proving to be consistent over the one kilometre strike length. Its continuous high-grade nature makes Zone 6 a good potential target to consider for further deep drilling according to Hana Mining CEO and chairman Marek Kreczmer.
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