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Ditau - 470m Strike Extension to Mineralised BIF

Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) ("Kavango"), the Southern Africa focussed metals exploration company, is pleased to announce that it has confirmed an extension of at least 470m to the Mineralised Banded Iron Formation (the "Mineralised BIF") intercepted at Target i10 with Hole DITDD004 in the Ditau Project, Botswana.

Kavango has now completed an initial review of drill core and logs from an exploration hole, drilled in 2021, 470m to the NW of DITDD004. This hole (Hole X077-H002, "X077") was drilled by a company that held an overlapping diamond prospecting licence to Kavango's Ditau metal prospecting licences.

Figure 1: Cross-section viewed west, showing Hole DITDD004 and Hole DITDD003, drilled by Kavango, and Hole X077, drilled by the Third Party. Zones of interpreted mineralised BIF are shown in red hatch at the end of Hole DITDD004 and Hole X077, indicating a broader mineralised BIF system extending for at least 470m between holes.

Figure 1: Cross-section viewed west, showing Hole DITDD004 and Hole DITDD003, drilled by Kavango, and Hole X077, drilled by the Third Party. Zones of interpreted mineralised BIF are shown in red hatch at the end of Hole DITDD004 and Hole X077, indicating a broader mineralised BIF system extending for at least 470m between holes.

 

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