The 600,000 oz of, largely “inferred” resources within the Lelumodi and Lelumodi North deposits, which lie some 4 km south-east of Kodo Main, extend over more than 350 metres of strike and coincide with a major gold in soil geochemical anomaly. Mineralisation appears to remain open at depth below around 200 metres.
A resource has been calculated for the 350m strike length at Lelumodi which has been drilled to a spacing of 50m x 50m.
This area is located 4km SE of Kodo Main and is situated on a major gold in soil anomaly (Figure 5). Drilling in this area was started in 2011 and targeted the soil anomaly. Broad mineralized zones have been successfully identified over a strike length of 350m, with best intersections of 59.6m @ 2.04g/t; 51m @ 2.01g/t; 50m @ 2.51g/t and 13m @ 5.61g/t. Mineralisation is associated with silicified felsic volcanic units with a sequence dominated by metabasalts and metadolerites. Additional zones in the hangingwall of the main felsic units are associated with narrower BIF’s. Results from Lelumodi are shown in Figure 18, with a cross section shown in Figure 19. It appears that the main district-scale mineralized structure has cut up sequence along a SW-NE trending lateral ramp immediately south of Zani Central as shown in (Figure 5).