Wednesday, April 15, 2020

According to Mining News Pro – Drill highlights include 70 metres of 3.2 g/t gold, 22 metres of 5.75 g/t gold as well as 3.5 metres of 18.6 g/t gold. This last intercept – hole DDMan-20-25 – ended in mineralization at a depth of 143.7 metres down hole.

“We are very pleased with the rapid exploration success achieved in 2020, and we now have several high-grade intersections at 80 metres to 120 metres depth with our deepest hole to date, DDMan-20-25 ending in high grade gold mineralization,” Nana Sangmuah, Roscan’s president and CEO, said in a release. “The geological potential of our project is clearly being demonstrated and, with this round of drilling, has confirmed further depth extension.”

Sangmuah added that the current data suggests a slight northern plunge of the mineralization. Mankouke South is within the 7-km long Mankouke corridor, which also hosts the Mankouke Central prospect.

Mankouke South remains open at depth and to the north, with follow-up drilling planned. Geological modeling of the area is underway with an additional 50 air core holes completed along three sections at the neighbouring Kandiole West permit, 8 km east of B2 Gold’s Fekola mine – assays for these are pending with more drilling underway.

Source: Canadian Mining Journal