- An 11km-long gold-in-soil anomaly has been defined by a geochemical survey on the southern portion of the Company's Gbarpolu exploration property.
- The anomalous zone is coincident with a major geological feature identified by a detailed airborne geophysical survey in an area that hosts artisanal gold mining activity.
- A second parallel trend, extending approximately 3.5km along strike, has also been identified.
- Sarama increases its interest in the Cape Mount, Gbarpolu and Grand Bassa exploration properties to 65% after achieving earn-in milestones.
Sarama Defines 11km-Long Gold-in-Soil Anomaly At Its Gbarpolu Property In Liberia & Increases Its Interest In Pedsam Properties To 65%
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