The Mavuzi project covers an area of 208 km2 that has known uranium mineralisation and is prospective for base metals, gold and rare earth elements.
Historic drill results at Mavuzi have included:
- At Mavuzi Mine: 2 metres at 3,400 ppm U3O8 within 8 metres at 1,000 ppm U308, with a maximum of 4,600 ppm U308
- At the Airport: up to 1,000 ppm U308 within 7 metres at 300 ppm U308
- At Kaboazi Creek: up to 1,300 ppm U308 within 4 metres at 500 ppm U308
Drilling has only covered one km of a 10km strike along the Mavuzi fault. There are numerous additional targets based on ground radiometric anomalies and the potential at depth is untested.
There are numerous copper and nickel anomalies in the north of Mavuzi, with some overlapping >250 ppm Cu/Ni anomalies. Copper and Nickel anomalies have never been followed up in the field.
High grade molybdenum was found in float. There are several known outcroppings of molybdenum occurrences at the Mavuzi Project.
Rare Earth Elements have been found in syenites, over several kilometres. PGE's have also been found in pyroxenites, and there havebeen occurrences of Magnetite.