Castle Minerals Identifies High Grade Gold Zone At Kpali

News: ASX-listed Castle Minerals has discovered a high grade gold zone at its Kpali deposit in Ghana. Drilling has revealed a 28 metre mineralisation at 2.26 grams per tonne (g/t) gold from 81 metres (m), 5m mineralisation at 8.41g/t gold at 89m from the surface and a 21m mineralisation at 1.55 g/t gold at 86m from surface. The mineralisation was found to have disseminated sulphide and silica alteration.

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