Resource Mining Kicks Off Maiden Drilling at Tanzanian Copper-Gold Project

Resource Mining Corporation Ltd (ASX:RMI) has kicked off its inaugural drill campaign at the highly prospective Mpanda Copper-Gold Project in Tanzania.

To get the ball rolling, a reverse circulation (RC) drill rig has been mobilised to the site and has commenced drilling at the Mpanda Ndogo Prospect.

Looking ahead, drilling is expected to take 2-3 weeks with the results to be released as they become available.

Drill program

RMI’s drill program comprises 12-14 RC drill holes of 70-100 metres depth.

As part of the program. drilling will test numerous high-grade targets at the project.

These targets were defined by soil, auger, trench, geological mapping, channel and rock sampling conducted at Mpanda.

About Resource Mining

RMI’s has recently acquired two ‘high-quality’ copper-gold projects, Mpanda and Mbozi, situated within the prolific Ubendian Orogenic Belt of Western Tanzania.

In addition, the company also holds two projects in Finland, including the Kola Lithium Project, where an exploration permit has been granted, and is adjacent to the high-grade Keliber lithium project currently in production.

Furthermore, The company has a highly experienced and credentialed board led by Asimwe Kabunga Executive Chairman, who has strong ties to Tanzania.

RMI’s Tanzanian Projects


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