- 50km south of the Dutwa and Nyawa projects
- 27.1Mt resource at 0.81% Ni and 0.06% Co
After the success of the Dutwa Project, African Eagle Resources (AFE) targeted the lateritic cap at Zanzui, with results showing grades and lithological similarities to the Dutwa deposit.
A JORC inferred resource estimate was prepared from the drilling data, which comprised of 75 vertical reverse circulation holes, drilled on a staggered pattern of 100m x 200m, for a total of 4,363 metres. The contained metal content of the deposit is currently estimated to be 219kt Nickel and 16kt Cobalt
AFE as part of their exploration programme, also undertook a 2008 Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) survey. This highlighted a number of potential sulphide targets for follow-up investigation. The sulphide/PGE potential of the area is further enhance by an intersection of palladium of 1.24g/t Pd from historical diamond drilling undertaken by the UNDP in the early 1980’s.
Harmony’s current focus is following up on the sulphide potential of Zanzui.
Primary target will be massive nickel sulphides.
All samples to be analysed for Nickel –Cobalt –PGE’s.
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