- The Sabce fault starts east of the open pits at Nordgold’s Bissa Mine (3.4M oz +) and continues through the new orpaillage at the northeast corner of the permit. It proceeds to the Boken Vein Orpaillage on the western boundary, extending approximately 12 kms across the property.
- A secondary trend, Sabce Sud, appears to span approximately 4 kms across the southern section of the property, and includes the Black Vein Orpaillage, a series of deep shafts that trend sub parallel to the Sabce fault. Black Vein features black quartz vein similar to what is found at Nordgold’s satellite pit located approximately 20 kms to the east
- Of the first 25 samples collected in late 2018, 11 returned assay values greater than 1 g/t Au, with multiple samples showing various concentrations of visible gold, with values between 11.1 g/t Au and 29.5 g/t Au
- Company geologists have viewed the panned concentrates of these near surface materials being processed by the artisanal miners and noted that the gold being recovered was also coarse and nuggety in nature