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Premier African issues more assays from 'best hole' yet at Zimbabwe lithium deposit

The updated hole result now 40.58m containing an average grade of 1.56% lithium oxide
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Premier African Minerals PLC (LON:PREM) has reported more high grade mineralisation from its latest drill hole at Zulu in Zimbabwe.

Assay grades were 1.69% Li₂0 over 1.74m at 1.69% a depth of 149m.

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The updated hole result is now 40.58m containing an average grade of 1.56% lithium oxide in multiple intersections.

George Roach, Premier's chief executive,  said: "ZDD-45 is our best hole to date and continues to deliver excellent results that are well supported by further assay results now becoming available.

“The close proximity of the mineralised sections supports a cost efficient and bulk mining scenario.”  

READ: Premier African Minerals LImited delighted with latest lithium drilling result

Hole ZDD-27/2, to the east of the Main Zone, intersected 9.62m of pegmatite in multiple intersections.

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