Nick von Schirnding, chairman of Ortac Resources Ltd (LON:OTC) tells Proactive at Mines and Money they've intercepted more gold from two holes drilled at the Akyanga gold deposit, part of the Casa Gold Project, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
MSDD0115 was the stand-out: it found the yellow metal at decent grades from 98.4 metres and then from 110.6 metres.
There was an 8.7-metre section at 3.9 grams per tonne, including 2.8 metres at 10.62 grams.
This was followed by a thicker section – 27.5 metres at 2.86 grams.
MSDD0114, meanwhile, uncovered gold at grades of up to 1.32 grams per tonne.