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PROJECT SIZE:  23,800 Hectares (238km2)
TARGET STYLE: Orogenic and/or Intrusion-related Gold.
DRILL TARGETS:   Numerous.
TARGETS:   Multiple gold-in-soil and bedrock anomalies over a 35km length of the Saza Shear Zone (SSZ) and related structures. Six old gold mines within the project area, including the New Saza Mine which was Tanzania's second largest goldmine, producing 270,000 ounces of gold at an average grade of 7.5g/t Au between 1939 and 1956.
OWNERSHIP: 100% owned, subject to royalty.
OPERATOR: On July 23, 2014, Plinian became the operator.
LOCATION:    Lupa Goldfield, southwestern Tanzania.
GEOLOGY:    Early Proterozoic Lupa Block - mineralisation is dated at around 1.94Ga.