StockMarketWire.com - Exploration company Kavango Resources reported further 'strong evidence' of metal sulphide accumulations in the Kalahari suture zone located in Botswana.

Following a mineral systems review of rock samples -- taken from the company's November 2019 drill campaign on the Hukuntsi section of the KSZ -- Dr David Holwell, of D&D Geoconsultants, concluded that there was now compelling evidence that the KSZ experienced similar geological conditions as those that led to the formation of giant copper-nickel-platinum group metal massive sulphide deposits at Norilsk in Siberia, Voisey's Bay, Raglan, and the Thomson nickel belt in Canada and Jinchuan in China.

At 9:16am: [LON:KAV] Kavango Resources Plc Ord 0.1p share price was +0.2p at 2.95p



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