Tembo Gold Corp. (TSX-V: TEM; FSE: T23A) has completed the bulk of a 7,000-meter drill program to preliminarily probe three core targets within its Tembo license in Tanzania and is presenting the first 11 drill results. Around the same number of drill holes are still pending to be reported. All drill holes logged and sampled to date intersected gold mineralization and confirmed the geological continuity of structures hosting gold.
Tembo Gold Corp (TSXV:TEM;FRA:T23) is making good progress in restarting exploration at its eponymous Tembo Gold project in Tanzania. The company announced yesterday that the first 10 drill holes have been completed. A total of 1,983 meters have been drilled since early June, just over a quarter of the total planned drilling. Visual interpretation of the first drill core "indicates the presence of gold mineralization," according to CEO David Scott. The first batch of samples is currently at the SGS laboratory in nearby Mwanza for analysis, with results expected shortly.