MOD Resources has announced an outstanding intersection at the A4 Dome in Botswana.
MOD Resources (ASX: MOD) has announced an outstanding intersection of 52m at 1.5 percent copper and 14 grams per tonne (g/t) silver within a vein stock work mineralization, from 232.2m downhole depth at the A4 Dome in Botswana.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Outstanding copper intersection confirmed at A4 Dome, just 8km from T3 Project
- MO-A4-003D intersected 52m at 1.5 percent copper and 14 g/t silver from 232.2m downhole depth, with many high-grade copper assays up to 15.4 percent copper.
- Vein stock work mineralization in MO-A4-003D, hosted in a sandstone sequence, remains completely open at depth and along strike at the 5km long A4 Dome
- Vein hosted bornite has also been intersected in hole MO-A1-002D at the A1 Dome, 26km east of the A4 Dome and is still drilling through mineralization
- Confirms the exploration model using Airborne EM technology for targeting multiple domes, similar to T3, within the ~700km2 T3 Dome Complex
MOD Managing Director Julian Hanna said:
“MO-A4-003D has turned out to be an extraordinary drill hole. It has intersected two zones of mineralization in the early stages of drilling at the A4 Dome which shows strong similarities to the dome which underlies the T3 deposit.
“When put into context with T3 and the ~7Mt of contained copper in other resources to the east of MOD’s extensive licence holdings, this one hole into the A4 Dome has again demonstrated the huge potential of this rapidly unfolding Kalahari Copper Belt. What is equally as exciting is the second hole at the large A1 Dome (MO-A1-002D), 26km east of the A4 Dome, has intersected vein hosted bornite at ~192m and is currently drilling through visible mineralization.”