StockMarketWire.com - Metal Tiger welcomed news that Kalahari Metals had intersected wide zones of copper mineralisation at the Okavango project in Botswana.

Highlights included one hole intersecting two wide zones, totalling 85 metres, with visible copper-sulphide mineralisation.

Metal Tiger currently held a 59.8% interest in Kalahari Metals.

'Whilst we are still awaiting core assays the presence of trace copper sulphides, over a total interval of approximately 85m, may represent a mineralised halo to potentially higher-grade copper mineralisation nearby,' Metal Tiger chief executive Michael McNeilly said.




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