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East Africa Metals have announced that it intersected 21.19m grading 4.32 per cent copper, 1.04 grams per tonne gold, 35.9 grams per tonne silver, and 6.98 per cent at the Mayshehagne VMS prospect
East Africa Metals has announced its results from a multi-targeted drill programme at the Harvest and Adyabo Projects in the Arabian-Nubian Shield in Ethiopia. It has also conducted additional drill testing of the Harvest Project Mayshehagne and VTEM09 VMS prospects to potentially upgrade targets.
According the company, the highlight intersections include:
- At Silica Hill - 31.55 metres grading 9.40 grams per tonne gold, and 0.10 per cent copper, from 111.32 metres drill depth
- At VTEM09 - 24.06 metres grading 1.88 per cent copper, 3.08 grams per tonne gold, 66.4 grams per tonne silver, and 2.54 per cent zinc, from 35.84 metres drill depth
- At Mayshehagne - 21.19 metres grading 4.32 per cent copper, 1.04 grams per tonne gold, 35.9 grams per tonne silver, and 6.98 per cent zinc, from 36.58 metres drill depth.
East Africa Metals is a Vancouver, Canada, based, mineral exploration company that focuses on advanced exploration projects in Africa. Its principle assets and interests include the 70 per cent-owned Harvest polymetallic VMS exploration Project, which covers approximately 86 square
The company's principle assets and interests include the 70 per cent-owned Harvest polymetallic VMS exploration Project, which covers approximately 86 sq km in the Tigray region of Ethiopia, 600 km north‐northwest of the capital city of Addis Ababa, and the Adyabo Project, covering 195.5 sq km immediately west of the Harvest Project.