Keras advances bulk sampling testwork at Togo manganese project

kerasWest Africa’s gold mining company Keras Resources plc has commenced the 10,000 tonnes bulk sampling metallurgical testwork programme (Bulk Sample) at the Nayega Manganese Project in northern Togo

Carriere Mines Travaux Public (CMTP), Keras’s turnkey mining and logistics contractor, has established site and commenced the mining phase of the Bulk Sample on time.

According to Keras, the mobile screening unit has arrived at Port Lomé and will be at Nayega by the first week in September to commence Phase 2 of the Bulk Sample.

“The final phase, comprising the washing and scrubbing of the Detrital and Lateritic units of the Nayega orebody is planned to commence in mid-November,” said Keras.

Appropriate Process Technologies Pty Ltd will commence commissioning of the 20 tonnes per hour scrubber plant at the beginning of November 2018.

Russell Lamming, CEO of Keras, commented, “The Bulk Sample has commenced as planned and the start of Phase 1 yesterday represents another milestone in the Nayega Manganese Project’s progression towards regulatory approval for commercial production.”

Keras Resources plc provides investors with exposure to a strategic portfolio of development assets including manganese, cobalt and nickel in Togo, West Africa. The company also has a significant interest in a highly prospective gold exploration and development portfolio in Australia.

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