The Ngami Copper Project (NCP) is currently undergoing advanced exploration targeting copper-silver mineralisation with several encouraging drill intersections from the Comet target as well as surrounding targets. The project area includes two large anticlinal features with over 100km of prospective Ngwako-Pan/D’Kar Formation contact for traditional limb-based mineralisation. Potential for mineralisation in folded trapsites is also evident. Consistent anomalous copper silver intersections on this project have highlighted the significant endowment of this portion of the Kalahari Copper Belt. Combined with Kitlanya West, this project area offers district scale opportunities on the northern margin of the Kalahari Copper Belt where Cobre hold the dominant license position.
Significant copper silver intersections include:
Kitlanya West straddles the northern margin of the KCB including an estimated 500km of prospective D’Kar / Ngwako Pan Formation contact with additional potential for fold-hinge and doubly-plunging fold trap-sites. Importantly Kgwebe Group volcaniclastics outcrop in the center of the project often considered an important marker for Kalahari Copper Belt deposits. Cover thickness varies from outcrop to approximately 50m under dune covered areas.