Strata Africa Mining And Exploration Limited Ghana Gold Minning

Strata Africa Mining And Exploration Limited Ghana Gold Minning

The Tarkwa / Dompin Project (TDM), is an alluvial gold mining project which went operational on 6 March 2012 (Ghana Independence Day)
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Phase 1
Strata Africa Mining & Exploration Limited recently championed the acquisition of mining and land rights from the Government of Ghana and the local authority (Chieftain) to enable it exploit the alluvial potential of the Tarkwa / WD Concession located off Dompim in the Western Region of Ghana.

  • Pacific Mining Ltd Concession
  • Kobra Mining Concession
  • Eastern Mining Concession
  • Industrial Mining Concession

Exploration Results
A prospecting programme involving pitting was conducted on four properties delineated for this purpose. Both overburden and gravel deposits were tested. Gravimetrie methods were employed in the analysis of samples. Collected data was evaluated by conventional polygonal methods to define both gravel and overburden resource of each property, from which total reserve for all four properties was deducted.
Gravel Resource: 204,148 tonnes at a grade of 1,64g/t.
Overburden Resource: 250,700 tonnes of overburden at 1,17g/t.
Overall Resource: 455,000 tonnes at 1,38g/t.
The reserve contains a recoverable gold of 13,124oz.
A thorough economic analysis as part of a feasibility study indicated the following: Phase 1 being the Pacific, Kobra, Eastern and Industrial concessions with indicated gold reserve of approximately US$ 21 Million.
Phase 2
Strata Africa Mining & Exploration Limited recently championed the acquisition of mining and land rights from the Government of Ghana and the local authority (Chieftain) to enable it exploit the alluvial potential of the Dompin / Nana Kwaku Concession located off Dompin in the Western Region of Ghana.
Exploration Results
A prospecting programme involving pitting was conducted on the property delineated for this purpose. Both overburden and gravel deposits were tested. Gravimetrie methods were employed in the analysis of samples. Collected data were evaluated by conventional polygonal methods to define both gravel and overburden resource of the property, from which total reserve of the property was deducted.
Gravel Resource: 232,877 tonnes at a grade of 1,27g/t.
Overburden Resource: 277,322 tonnes of overburden at 1,09g/t.
Overall Resource: 510,199 tonnes at 1,168 g/t.
The reserve contains a recoverable gold of 18,978oz.
A thorough economic analysis as part of a feasibility study indicated the following: Phase 2 being the Nana Kwaku concession with indicated gold reserve of approximately US$ 30 Million.