The Central Erongo Gold Project offers excellent exploration potential. The discovery of the Kranzberg Fault Zone has contextualized historical results on the Central Project, and the significance of structure was not fully understood by historical explorers.
Gold Prospects Delineated to Date:
C1 – 9 km strike length of the Kranzberg Gold Trend. A Meta-sediment hydrothermal gold system structurally controlled along the Kranzberg Fault Zone. A number of significant gold in soil anomalies, with support from rock samples containing gold, are defined along the fault zone. Best historical rock chip assay results: 80 g/t Au, 6 g/t Au, 5.4g/t Au & 4.45g/t Au.
C2 & C3 – 25 km strike length of the highly prospective Karibib – Kuiseb contact, including in the vicinity of the southern portion of the Kranzberg Fault zone. These prospects are particularly interesting as an analogy to the Twin Hills discovery, i.e. faulted Karibib – Kuiseb contact covered by Quaternary sediment. The significance of low order gold anomalism, especially in areas covered by Quaternary sediments and calcrete (caliche) has, historically, been poorly understood and often resulted in inadequate follow‐up.
C4 & C5 – The Arandis lithologies around the Etiro Dome on EPL6550. Gold in soil anomalies up to 150 ppb Au, against a background of 5 ppb Au, with support from rock samples containing anomalous gold.
C6 – The Karibib - Kuiseb contact in the north of EPL7261 and EPL6162, especially in zones defined by NNE and WNW structure.
C7 – 5km strike length of the Kranzberg Fault zone in prospective Karibib stratigraphy with associated gold and base metal soil anomalism defined with support from rock samples containing anomalous gold and silver.