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Kavango Resources makes swift start to KSZ survey

Kavango is exploring for sulphide orebodies rich in nickel/copper/platinum group metals
Copper is one of the metals Kavango is seeking

Kavango Resources Plc (LON:KAV) has started an airborne electromagnetic geophysical survey at its KSZ Project in southwest Botswana.

Canadian firm Geotech is carrying out the VTEM survey over the Kalahari Suture Zone. Kavango is exploring for sulphide orebodies rich in nickel/copper/platinum group metals.

READ: Kavango Resources to begin airborne survey of Botswana prospect

In the first phase, the helicopter will fly at a height of 60-70m above the ground with the survey equipment only 30-40m above ground;

The survey is initially being flown over Kavango's licences in the Hukuntsi area.

Michael Foster, chief executive, said:  "We are pleased to be able to announce that Kavango's contractors have completed all VTEM system tests and have now commenced flying the helicopter-borne geophysical survey over the KSZ prospecting licences, which cover almost 7,000 Km2 of south-west Botswana.

“This is only five weeks from listing of Kavango's shares on the London Stock Market and demonstrates the company's efficient planning and operations in Botswana”.

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