Latest exploration news; Death of Tanzanian President

Latest update on Adavale’s Tanzanian exploration site

Our exploration announcement from 4th March 2021, is put into action as contractors have been engaged, the soil tested and analysed; ready and defined for drill targets. The tender has been sent to familiar and experienced drilling contractors to quote and will be received and awarded to the chosen contractor.

State of the art equipment such as the ‘natural source audio-frequency magneto tellurics (NSAMT) which measures electromagnetic fields and calculates ground resistivity values, has been applied along with ground electromagnetic surveys (EM) which provides very specific drill targets to ensure maximum efficiency and outcomes. These results have then been analysed and interpreted before two XRF machines were brought into complete sampling and analysing of all targets as quickly as possible.

We will continue the infill soil sampling program across Adavale’s licences and as soon as the data is processed, NSAMT targets and EM surveys will roll into action, providing accurate drill targets and most probably the results we’re after.

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Sympathies for the family of President John Magufuli

It is with a heavy heart that Adavale Resources wish to extend their thoughts and sympathies to the family and citizens of late Tanzanian President, John Magufuli who sadly passed on Wednesday 17th March from health complications.

Magufuli was sworn in for a second five-year term in October 2020, which will be continued by his successor, Vice President Samia Suluhu Hassan.

A motivated leader, Magufuli contributed considerably to Tanzania’s development and Samia Suluhu Hassan will undoubtedly build upon this as she assumes the responsibility of the president.

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