THE CONFERENCE CALLER: Kopore Metals (ASX: KMT) is currently conducting a program of diamond drilling at the company’s Namibian Otjari Domal prospect in Namibia.
Kopore Metals is drilling at the Otjari Domal prospect having completed a NSAMT ground geophysical survey, identifying a potentially shallow D’Kar/Ngwako Pan footwall contact position within 200 metres of surface.
The company’s technical team has interpreted the Otjari Domal prospect as a potential subsurface domal structure and the faulted south-western continuation of the identified Qembo Dome, known to host copper mineralisation.
This current drilling program is the Kopore’s first campaign into the Otjari Domal prospect.
The Resources Roadhouse spoke with Kopore Metals managing director Simon Jackson at the RIU Resources Investor Roadshow in Melbourne.
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Kopore Metals is actively exploring its copper-silver prospects on the emerging world class Kalahari Copper Belt, located in the Republic of Botswana and Namibia.
Kopore is exploring for stratabound copper-silver deposits across its sixteen 100 per cent-owned prospecting licenses in Botswana and eight prospecting licences in Namibia, for a total of 14,363 square kilometres on the world class Kalahari Copper Belt.
Kopore believes the Kalahari Copper Belt can provide the potential for large scale discovery.