Bisha Mine | Deposit Configuration

The Bisha deposit is configured in three distinct layered zones - a 35m thick surface oxide zone having a high gold and silver content immediately overlying a 30m thick copper enriched supergene zone which itself overlies a primary sulphide zone containing both zinc and copper, which is open to depth.

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A full description of the Bisha mineral resource and metallurgy may be found in the Company's Technical Report.

For more detail and a review of Bisha geology, see The Bisha Volcanic-Associated Massive Sulfide Deposit, Western Nakfa Terrane, Eritrea.

Oxide Zone (0-35m) Gold enriched oxide cap. Overlying.
Supergene (35-65m) Copper enriched massive sulphides containing gold and silver.
Primary (65- >450m) Massive sulphides containing significant copper and high grade zinc zones with appreciable gold and silver.

 

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