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Kavango Resources approved for exporting drill core samples from Hillside Gold Project

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It sounds like Kavango Resources has achieved an important milestone in its exploration efforts at the Hillside Gold Project in Zimbabwe. The authorization to export drill core samples allows the company to conduct more detailed analyses, which could provide valuable insights into the region’s mineral prospectivity. CEO Ben Turney’s comments highlight the significance of leveraging modern mining technology and techniques to pursue large-scale gold discoveries.

The support from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development is crucial for Kavango’s initiatives in Zimbabwe, and the company seems optimistic about the future of its exploration programs in the country. The anticipation of gaining deeper insights into the region’s potential mineralization and alteration is promising for Kavango’s future exploration efforts.

The positive response from investors is evident in the increase in KAV’s share price on the London Stock Exchange, reflecting confidence in the company’s progress and potential.

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