Metals of Africa has discovered a significant new Geochemical Anomaly at the Rio Mazoe Base Metals Project in Mozambique.

The anomaly hosts elevated zinc, lead and copper plus manganese and phosphorus (among other elements). This is in-line with the Broken Hill-type (BHT) mineralisation Metals of Africa, an ASX-listed company, identified is targeting at the project.

Four compelling zinc bearing, 3 metre wide veins, have been discovered at the Rulio Prospect which will assist in vectoring towards potential BHT mineralisation.

Furthermore, the strike extension of the previously discovered lead-rich vein at Rulio has been extended 200 metres to the north west and remains open to the south-east. These zinc and lead veins appear to terminate at the newly discovered geochemical anomaly.

Exploration is on-going with soil sampling and geological mapping to define drill targets, and a 1500 metre diamond drill program to test priority targets is scheduled to commence next month.

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