Kavango Resources (KAV.L) Director Mike Moles talking about the Kalahari Suture Zone
May 4, 2020
Kavango Resources is a mineral exploration company focused on Botswana.
Kavango has been set up by an experienced team of geologists and a geophysicist with a history of exploration discoveries in southern Africa. The focus in Botswana is centred on three projects, which are prospective for copper, nickel and PGE metals.
The Kalahari Suture Zone Project and the Ditau Project cover 12 Prospecting Licences (6,928km2) in the southwest of Botswana. The targets are nickel-copper-PGE deposits associated with a 450km long structural feature thought to extend deep into the earth’s crust.
The Kavango Copper Project in the northwest of the country where Kavango is exploring for mineralisation associated with the extension of the DRC-Zambia Copperbelt.
The strategy of the Company is to repeat the successes of past discoveries through the discovery of world-class deposits and the creation of value-added for the benefit of all shareholders.
The KSZ comprises two distinct mafic-ultramafic complexes of different ages that conform to many of the key features of prospective Ni-Cu-PGE sulfide mineral systems, particularly the geodynamic setting at the margins of a craton, and the association with dyke-sill complexes along major crustal lineaments (pathways) related to Large Igneous Province (LIP) magmatism.
In addition, a number of features (https://www.kavangoresources.com/media/attachments/2020/04/29/mineral-systems-review-of-the-ksz-botswana.pdf) are regarded as prospective for the presence of magmatic sulfides.