Kalimapus Goldfields

Three (3) target areas have been established in the Kalimapus Goldfields. This is geologically regarded to have the highest gold potential due to its positive sample results (2.3 g/ton Au) and well defined (K) alteration zone association with NNW-SSE shear zones.


The tectonic setting is similar to that of the Niassa Gold Belt in Northern Mozambique and possibly even better, given the possibility that the rocks here are comprised of reworked Neoproterozoic crust and possibly also of juvenile Neoproterozoic crust. Such structures play host to reserves of 3-5 million oz of gold (Au).