Chalice Gold Mines Intersects 1meter at 92g/t Gold at a new Mineral Zone in 'Debre Konate'

Chalice intercepts high grade gold at a new mineralisation zone called 'Debre Konate'

By Jeff Coote,

Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN; TSX: CXN) and its 60% owned subsidiary Zara Mining Share Company (ZSMC) have intersected more high-grade mineralisation from diamond drilling at the Koka South and Debre Konate prospects.

The prospects are located immediately south of the Koka Gold Deposit at its Zara Project in northern Eritrea, north east Africa. Continue reading

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Chalice Gold Mines Intersects 1meter at 92g/t Gold at a new Mineral Zone in 'Debre Konate'

Chalice intercepts high grade gold at a new mineralisation zone called 'Debre Konate'

By Jeff Coote,

Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN; TSX: CXN) and its 60% owned subsidiary Zara Mining Share Company (ZSMC) have intersected more high-grade mineralisation from diamond drilling at the Koka South and Debre Konate prospects.

The prospects are located immediately south of the Koka Gold Deposit at its Zara Project in northern Eritrea, north east Africa. Continue reading

Chalice Gold Mines Intersects 1meter at 92g/t Gold at a new Mineral Zone in 'Debre Konate'

Chalice intercepts high grade gold at a new mineralisation zone called 'Debre Konate'

By Jeff Coote,

Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN; TSX: CXN) and its 60% owned subsidiary Zara Mining Share Company (ZSMC) have intersected more high-grade mineralisation from diamond drilling at the Koka South and Debre Konate prospects.

The prospects are located immediately south of the Koka Gold Deposit at its Zara Project in northern Eritrea, north east Africa. Continue reading

Chalice Gold Mines Intersects 1meter at 92g/t Gold at a new Mineral Zone in ‘Debre Konate’

Chalice intercepts high grade gold at a new mineralisation zone called 'Debre Konate'

By Jeff Coote,

Chalice Gold Mines (ASX: CHN; TSX: CXN) and its 60% owned subsidiary Zara Mining Share Company (ZSMC) have intersected more high-grade mineralisation from diamond drilling at the Koka South and Debre Konate prospects.

The prospects are located immediately south of the Koka Gold Deposit at its Zara Project in northern Eritrea, north east Africa. Continue reading

TFG Watching Helplessly Illegal Invasion and Creation of another Semi-Autonomous State

Kenya illegally invaded Somalia with the aim of disintegrating it further by creating another semi-autonomous state like Somaliland and Puntlad called Jubaland with its capital city Kismayo.

By Derek Henry Flood,

Several reports circulated through the international media in early April indicating that a new semi-autonomous state, tentatively named Jubaland (or alternately “Azaniya”), would be created in southwestern Somalia to contain the Somali militant outfit Harakat al-Shabaab. Jubaland is purportedly being created by Kenyan authorities to keep al-Shabaab fighters far away from the border of its North Eastern Province with Somalia where recent clashes and cross border incursions from both belligerents have occurred. Continue reading

TFG Watching Helplessly Illegal Invasion and Creation of another Semi-Autonomous State

Kenya illegally invaded Somalia with the aim of disintegrating it further by creating another semi-autonomous state like Somaliland and Puntlad called Jubaland with its capital city Kismayo.

By Derek Henry Flood,

Several reports circulated through the international media in early April indicating that a new semi-autonomous state, tentatively named Jubaland (or alternately “Azaniya”), would be created in southwestern Somalia to contain the Somali militant outfit Harakat al-Shabaab. Jubaland is purportedly being created by Kenyan authorities to keep al-Shabaab fighters far away from the border of its North Eastern Province with Somalia where recent clashes and cross border incursions from both belligerents have occurred. Continue reading

TFG Watching Helplessly Illegal Invasion and Creation of another Semi-Autonomous State

Kenya illegally invaded Somalia with the aim of disintegrating it further by creating another semi-autonomous state like Somaliland and Puntlad called Jubaland with its capital city Kismayo.

By Derek Henry Flood,

Several reports circulated through the international media in early April indicating that a new semi-autonomous state, tentatively named Jubaland (or alternately “Azaniya”), would be created in southwestern Somalia to contain the Somali militant outfit Harakat al-Shabaab. Jubaland is purportedly being created by Kenyan authorities to keep al-Shabaab fighters far away from the border of its North Eastern Province with Somalia where recent clashes and cross border incursions from both belligerents have occurred. Continue reading