Kavango Resources sees huge upside at KSZ in Botswana

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  • Kavango Resources renews Botswana LVR project licences; says momentum ‘quietly gaining’
  • Does Kavango have the next Norilsk deposit at KSZ in Botswana? It might not be too long before we find out
  • Kavango Resources’ upside potential at KSZ in Botswana and strategy plan to accelerate progress
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Kavango Resources is a mineral exploration company focused on Botswana. Kavango has been set up by an experienced team of geologists and a geophysicist with a history of exploration discoveries in southern Africa. The focus in Botswana is centred on three projects, which are prospective for copper, nickel and PGE metals.

17 Sep 2021

() renewed its two prospecting licences for the LVR project in the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana and said, elsewhere in the country it has requested a hole to be extended to help it refine its model of its the Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ).

The LVR project covers 1,091 sq km of prospective ground in the KCB and is held in a joint venture with LVR GeoExplorers. Kavango is earning into the project and to date acquired a 25% stake.

First drill targets were announced on 03 June 2021. Field exploration is ongoing and a further update is expected in the coming weeks, a statement said.

Ben Turney, Kavango’s chief executive, added: “The LVR Project is quietly gaining momentum.

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14 Sep 2021

Kavango Resources has unearthed what it said appears to be signs of copper mineralisation in pyroxenite at 651m from surface at its Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) exploration project in Botswana.

The hole, TA2DD002, is currently being drilled in the northern (Hukuntsi) section of the 100% owned KSZ project.

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23 Aug 2021

() () said it has been awarded two new prospecting licences on its flagship copper-nickel-PGM Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) project in Botswana.

“With the award of 1,258km2 of new prospecting licences and working capital over GBP3million, Kavango is well-positioned to take full advantage of its strategic hold over this highly prospective region,” said chief executive Ben Turney.

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16 Mar 2021

It’s hard to understate just how valuable the prize that () is chasing at the Kalahari Suture Zone project could be.

If the geological interpretation that the company has put together is right – and the data to support the interpretation is extensive – then the KSZ could turn out to be a mineralised orebody of a kind seen only rarely in the world, at sites like Voisey’s Bay, Norilsk and Jinchuan.

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20 Sep 2021

() () Ben Turney joins Proactive London’s Katie Pilbeam to discuss the rationale behind renewing its two prospecting licences for the LVR project in the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana.

He explains why they chose Friday afternoon to announce they have requested Mindea Exploration and Drilling Services (Pty) to extend Hole TA2DD002 to 1,000m depth, which is the technical limit of the drill rig on site within acceptable safety margins, to assist in further developing and refining the Company’s model of the KSZ.

Prior to this the firm unearthed what it said appears to be signs of copper mineralisation in pyroxenite at 651m from surface at its Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) exploration project in Botswana.

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Kavango Resources’ upside potential at KSZ in Botswana and strategy plan to…

Kavango Resources PLC (LSE:KAV) (LSE:KAV) Ben Turney joins Proactive London’s Katie Pilbeam to discuss the rationale behind renewing its two prospecting licences for the LVR project in the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana.

He explains why they chose Friday afternoon to announce they…

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