- Published: Monday, 03 October 2016 11:24
- Written by E&MJ News
Ivanhoe Mines continues to report exceptional drill intercepts and to expand the extent of mineralization at its high-grade Kakula copper discovery 10 km south of its joint-venture Kamoa project in the southern Democratic Republic of the Congo. As a result of the ongoing success of drilling Kakula and the extension along trend of the well-mineralized, chalcocite-rich core, Ivanhoe has expanded the program by an additional 9,000 m to a total of 34,000 m of exploration drilling. The Kamoa technical team is also preparing tender documents for construction of a box cut to accommodate decline ramps to access the Kakula deposit.