Eckhof's Okapi due diligence going well

FOR believers in early stage exploration results, results from Klaus Eckhof’s Katanga copper-cobalt play Okapi Resources are said to be positive, including identification of a potential 5km of strike of the sort of geological setting hosting Ivanhoe Mining’s incredible Kamoa-Kakula deposit.

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The work is being carried out as part of the due-diligence process underway for three licences in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with Okapi liable for spending US$3 million per licence to earn a 70% interest should it go ahead with a formal joint venture.

The ground is held by GICC, a privately owned Congolese company that has operated for 12 years in country and which is also involved in joint ventures with Perth based-Nzuri Copper at their nearby Kalongwe copper-cobalt project.

Kamoa-Kakula is the largest high grade copper deposit in the world, the largest copper discovery made in Africa, and the fourth largest copper discovery ever made.

Aside from Eckhof, Okapi also features Nigel Ferguso...