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StratMin Global Resources plc (LSE:STGR) announced that it has identified “substantial surficial regolith-hosted graphite minerlisation” at its Mahefadok prospect. Mahefadok is located at the company’s Loharano property.

StratMin Global Resources plc (LSE:STGR) announced that it has identified “substantial surficial regolith-hosted graphite minerlisation” at its Mahefadok prospect. Mahefadok is located at the company’s Loharano property.

As quoted in the press release:

To date, systematic exploration activities at Mahefadok have included ground geophysical surveying, geological mapping and the excavation of forty pits and four trenches.

These have resulted in the identification of substantial regolith-hosted graphite mineralisation that occurs as two north-south zones 250 and 750 metres in length, between 70 and 120 metres in width and up to 5.90 metres in depth (the maximum depth of excavations).

They are currently separated by a 500 metre section that has not yet been subject to pitting and trenching. They are considered to be part of the same zone and it is expected that further exploration will delineate a continuous mineralised zone greater than 1,500 metres in length that is open-ended to the north and south.

Exploration activities to date have also included the collection of 220 samples that will be sent to an accredited laboratory for quantitative analysis. Ongoing activities over the coming 2 months will include additional infill pitting and trenching to further delineate the mineralised zone. It is anticipated to have a detailed update on exploration activities and results by the end of the year.

Click here to read the full StratMin Global Resources plc (LSE:STGR) press release.

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