Kavango eyeing riches below the Kalahari
Kavango Resources is picking up what the Canadians left behind – the potential for company-making base and precious metals discoveries in Botswana. Timing is everything and while previous exploration companies were defeated by the inhospitable infrastructure of the past, Botswana is now a very different place increasingly known for its welcoming exploration jurisdiction and skilled personnel.
In this podcast co-founder Mike Moles talks about the company’s three highly prospective projects. Moles says data collected today reinforces historical intelligence of the past, and the geophysics of the Kalahari Suture Zone asset is similar to the Norilsk-Talnakh which has yielded the largest-known nickel-copper-palladium deposits in the world.
Listen to Mike tell Sarah Lowther why Kavango’s prospects could be the next Norilsk
Watch Mike speak to Proactive London’s Andrew Scott about the appointment of specialist geological modelling firm, Mira Geoscience, to help select drill targets at the Kalahari Suture Zone.
The author was remunerated but does not hold shares in the company