The surveys followed up on data gained in an earlier airborne survey and complement soil surveys undertaken at the surface.
Several of the conductors appear to be large, steeply dipping bodies that may represent mineralisation from near the surface down to at least 400 metres from the surface. These conductors all represent potential drill targets.
Kavango believes that a combination of AEM surveying, zinc in soils geochemistry and AMT ground-based resistivity surveying will continue to identify multiple high-quality drill targets over the coming months.
"We are extremely pleased to be able to report that the initial AEM survey results show that a number of the conductive anomalies identified to coincide with significant geochemical (zinc in soil) anomalies,” said chief executive Michael Foster.
“Priority targets have now been followed up on the ground with AMT resistivity surveys and exciting potential drill targets have been identified, including at the Ditau Prospect, which forms part of the KSZ project.”