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SRB Serabi Gold Plc

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Serabi provides update to regional exploration campaign at its Palito Complex

08/04/2024 7:00am

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Serabi provides update to regional exploration campaign at its Palito Complex

Serabi provides update to regional exploration campaign at its Palito Complex

Serabi Gold plc (AIM:SRB, TSX:SBI), the Brazilian-focused gold mining and development company, is pleased to provide an exploration update from its activities on its regional tenement holding over the Palito complex in the Tapajos region of Para State, Northern Brazil.

TO ACCESS A PDF COPY OF THIS NEWS RELEASE PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING LINK - https://bit.ly/3xnwSfF

Highlights

  • Induced Polarisation (IP) programme completed in December 2023 over the São Domingos property identified a 1km long x 0.25km wide chargeability anomaly. The anomaly underlies several areas of artisanal activity.
  • Western limit of the anomaly was drilled in 2021 (7.2m @ 258 g/t (see announcement dated 7 April 2021). A follow-up wide-spaced (approx. 100m between holes) shallow depth (i.e. up to 7m) auger programme has been undertaken. Significant auger intercepts to date are as follows:
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-004 – 1m @ 18.46 g/t Au from 1.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-006 – 2m @ 0.18 g/t Au from 3.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-015 – 1m @ 0.10 g/t Au from 0.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-015 – 1m @ 0.25 g/t Au from 6.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-016 – 2m @ 0.54 g/t Au from 6.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-017 – 1m @ 0.19 g/t Au from 0.00m
    • Hole 24-TRSAD-020 – 1m @ 0.15 g/t Au from 2.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD-024 – 0.5m @ 0.10 g/t Au from 4.00m
  • Significant progress has been made on the interpretation of the 14,551-sample soil geochemistry database (approx. 7,000 samples collected in 2023). This regional geochemical database covers over 70% of Serabi’s permit portfolio. In addition to the Matilda copper target, at least four similar geochemical alteration systems have been identified. Within these systems, specific targets include the Copper Hill, Ganso, and Calico, confirmed by recent drilling and the untested targets at Letícia, Juca and Isla. Data interpretation and exploration continues.
  • First phase drilling completed in January on the Ganso Target, indicates a large zone with geologic features and mineralogy characteristic of an upper alteration zone typical of a copper porphyry system. This new target for epithermal gold and porphyry copper-gold mineralisation is located just 13km northeast of the Matilda copper target.
  • Recent diamond drilling at Matilda demonstrates mineralisation extends to over 150m depth with results for the final hole 21 intersecting the depth continuation of mineralisation, previously intersected in holes 4, 6, 15, & 16 as follows:
    • Hole 23-MT-021 – 144m @ 0.26% Cu and 0.06 g/t Au from 228.00m
    • Hole 23-MT-021 – 32m @ 0.40% Cu and 0.10 g/t Au from 410.00m

Mike Hodgson CEO commented

“The new IP geophysics and soil geochemistry results, combined with the historic high-grade results from 2021, make São Domingos a highly compelling target. This new data set has helped us understand better the past successful drilling results of 2021 (7.15 m @ 258g/t). We have revised our initial geological interpretation and are a significant step closer to identifying the source that has supported extensive artisanal workings in the area.”

“Matilda continues to deliver positive results and the team is focused on understanding the mineralisation. At the same time the wider exploration results to date show that Matilda is not unique, and the regional geological system is larger and has more potential for hosting copper porphyry mineralisation than expected. The discovery of new, large targets within the extensive tenement holding demonstrates the potential of the region.

“Drilling completed in January has confirmed that the Ganso Target is the preserved upper portion of a porphyry system. This is important, not only for Serabi but also for the entire Tapajos region, as it confirms that despite the old age of the rocks, the region has a huge untested potential as a source of porphyry style copper or copper-gold and epithermal gold mineralisation.

“These are exciting times and Serabi has only just commenced unlocking the potential of the district. The discovery of the alkalic porphyry style copper-gold deposit at Matida is highly significant for the district and for Serabi. With more targets defined, we are conscious of the need to continue focused exploration with the objective of demonstrating the viability of at least one target.  

“Whilst Vale have, during this week, informed us that they wish to withdraw from the exploration alliance, we do have a number of other groups keen to partner with us on the exploration for copper mineralisation. We remain excited, and these other companies seem to share our optimism, for discovering commercial copper porphyry mineralisation in our Tapajos tenements. We have very much enjoyed working with Vale and from Serabi’s perspective achieved a key objective of significantly advancing our understanding of Matilda as well as identifying other potential targets for copper porphyry mineralisation during the past 12 months”.

Detailed Results and Technical Discussion

The planned 2024 exploration programme will focus on brownfield exploration at Coringa and Palito to increase resources, and continued testing and delineation of new targets being identified within the Serabi exploration tenement package including the prospect of further definition drilling at Matilda. New targets continue to be identified and most have no drilling, so more news can be expected during the year from the exploration activities - A summary of regional targets and discoveries to date is show in the map below:

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Figure 1. Map showing regional targets and discoveries to date.

Matilda:

Results for the last two drill holes of the 2023 campaign have been received. Drillhole 23-MT-021 was drilled below the shallow high-grade zone intercepted in drillholes 23-MT-004 and 23-MT-006, to test the mineralised zone at depth. Long intervals at greater than 0.20% Cu, including 144m @ 0.26% Cu from 228m, demonstrate the continuity of grade at depth, while zones equal to or greater than 0.40% Cu, including 32m @ 0.40% Cu and 0.1 g/t Au from 410m, indicate the potential for sustained intervals of mineralisation at potentially commercial grades.

Results for 23-MT-021 are shown below.

  • 18m @ 0.26% Cu from 24m
  • 56m @ 0.26% Cu from 122m
  • 144m @ 0.26% Cu from 228m
    • Incl. 18m @ 0.47% Cu from 242m
    • Incl. 18m @ 0.46% Cu from 352m
  • 46m @ 0.35% Cu from 396m

Currently, the large amount of data produced in 2023 continues to be processed and evaluated. Together with a second round of definition drilling the Board expects that this should significantly enhance our understanding of the potential mineral resource at Matilda.

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Figure 2 Section showing the 23-MT-021 related to the previous drilling and copper shells at Matilda

São Domingos:

A 5.85 line km pole-dipole induced polarization (IP) survey was conducted over the São Domingos target, covering the historic drilling at Tucano which returned a gold intersection of 7.15m @ 258.24 g/t (see announcement dated 7 April 2021). The IP survey identified a robust 500m x 750m chargeability anomaly to the east of the drilling. The anomaly has an elongated splay that extends beneath the known breccia-hosted mineralisation along an interpreted E-W structure (see Figure 3 below).

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Figure 3. Sao Domingos Plan View Map showing the auger results over the chargeability anomaly

Previous drilling at Tucano intercepted a magmatic-hydrothermal breccia, with gold grades correlated with pyrite abundance. The breccia was interpreted to be related to an unidentified intrusion, with potential for intrusion-related-gold or porphyry copper-gold mineralisation associated with the intrusion. The new chargeability anomaly is therefore a high priority target for drill testing.

Soil sampling over the IP anomaly identified a 1km x 1km gold anomaly associated with the chargeability anomaly. Extensive artisanal mining in alluvium surrounds the anomaly but to date, no source of the alluvial gold has been confidently identified.

A shallow depth (ie up to 7m) auger programme to sample saprolite is currently underway to assist in planning a diamond drilling programme. Initial results to date include:

  • Hole 24-TRSAD -004 – 1m @ 18.46 g/t Au from 1.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -006 – 2m @ 0.18 g/t Au from 3.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -015 – 1m @ 0.10 g/t Au from 0.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -015 – 1m @ 0.25 g/t Au from 6.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -016 – 2m @ 0.54 g/t Au from 6.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -017 – 1m @ 0.19 g/t Au from 0.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -020 – 1m @ 0.15 g/t Au from 2.00m
  • Hole 24-TRSAD -024 – 0.5m @ 0.10 g/t Au from 4.00m

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Figure 4 Map showing IP chargeability anomaly, gold in soils and Tucano auger drillhole locations.

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Figure 5. Oblique view looking NW showing IP chargeability anomaly and Tucano drilling.

Ganso:

6 drillholes for a total of 1,168m were drilled at Ganso in late 2023 with the last hole being completed in January 2024. Drilling intercepted pyroclastic lithologies with extensive advanced argillic alteration characterised by quartz-alunite ± kaolinite, with pyrite and minor vuggy quartz. At depth, drilling intercepted pervasive phyllic alteration characterised by quartz-sericite-pyrite, and minor zones of relict potassic alteration characterised by K-feldspar-biotite-magnetite.

The lithologies, alteration assemblages and parageneses are consistent with a lithocap setting. The positive identification of the Ganso target as a lithocap is important as it indicates that Ganso is potentially the upper part of an alkalic porphyry style system, with potential for high-sulphidation epithermal mineralisation above or laterally displaced from porphyry style, copper and/or gold mineralisation at depth. The drilling suggests that the lithocap-porphyry transition has been intercepted, and that the entire porphyry system may be preserved at depth.

Field mapping identified possible extents of the lithocap across an area of 1km x 1.5km, coincident with a Bi-Mo-Pb-Sb-Ba geochemical anomaly, a typical high-level epithermal signature. Spotty but locally very high grade (>1 ppm) soil samples occur within the multielement anomaly. To date, only a small portion of the southern edge of the lithocap has been drill tested. EM conductor anomalies remain untested by drilling and these may represent clay-rich alteration in the upflow zone generated by a porphyry system at depth.

Follow up drilling and geophysics is being planned to test both the epithermal gold and porphyry potential. Discussions are underway to include Short Wave Infrared and whole rock analysis to help identify exploration vectors during the drilling programs.

Following the discovery of Matilda, the identification of the Ganso target as a lithocap has confirmed the regional potential of the Serabi exploration permits and led to a re-evaluation of similar new and existing targets, such as Letícia, Calico and Juca.

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Figure 6. Map showing drillhole locations, geochemical anomalies and EM anomalies with DTM background at Ganso

Regional Soil Sampling:

A total of 6,772 soil samples were collected over the regional tenement during 2023. These new soil samples supplement the historical soil sample database and provide regional scale surface geochemistry coverage of over 70% of Serabi’s Palito Complex tenement package. The combination of surface geochemistry and aero geophysics has a proven track record of generating exploration targets for Serabi, including the Matilda, Ganso, Calico and Juca targets.

Interpretation from the new survey is ongoing, however new targets already identified include:

  • Isla – 3.5km long >300ppm copper anomaly associated with a structurally emplaced mafic-ultramafic unit.
  • Isla South – magnetic and copper soil anomaly in a similar structural setting as Matilda.
  • Letícia – 4km anomalous gold trend.
  • Letícia North – 2km x 800m soil geochemistry target with characteristics of a potential lithocap.
  • Juca – circular 1km diameter intrusion related gold soil anomaly.
  • Calico North – 5km x 2km anomalous gold trend interpreted to represent the south-western extension of the Palito vein system.
  • Calico – 1km diameter soil geochemistry target with characteristics of a potential lithocap.
  • Ganso – 1.5km diameter soil geochemistry anomaly dominated by advanced argillic and phyllic alteration with potassic alteration intersected at depth in recent drilling.
  • Ganso East – 1km x 500m target with similar geophysical and multi-element soil geochemistry to Ganso.
  • São Domingos IP target – extensive zone of anomalous gold associated with IP chargeability anomaly.

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Figure 7. Showing the soil sample grid cover in Serabi’s permits.

The information contained within this announcement is deemed by the Company to constitute inside information as stipulated under the Market Abuse Regulations (EU) No. 596/2014 as it forms part of UK Domestic Law by virtue of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018.

The person who arranged for the release of this announcement on behalf of the Company was Clive Line, Director.

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Finance Director        m +44 (0)7710 151692

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Copies of this announcement are available from the Company's website at www.serabigold.com.

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APPENDIX - DRILL RESULTS TABLES

São Domingos Auger Results 2024 drilling campaign

Hole_IDSampleFromToIntervalAu_DIBK ppm
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001160110.04
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001171210.06
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001182310.03
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001193410.06
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001204510.06
24-TRSAD-001AGSR0001215610.06
24-TRSAD-001AGSR000122671<0,04
24-TRSAD-001AGSR00012377.60.6<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR000124011<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR000125121<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR000126231<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR000127341<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR0001284510.05
24-TRSAD-002AGSR000129561<0,04
24-TRSAD-002AGSR00013066.40.4<0,04
24-TRSAD-003AGSR000131011<0,04
24-TRSAD-003AGSR000132121<0,04
24-TRSAD-003AGSR000133231<0,04
24-TRSAD-003AGSR000134341<0,04
24-TRSAD-003AGSR00013544.50.5<0,04
24-TRSAD-004AGSR000136011<0,04
24-TRSAD-004AGSR00013712118.46
24-TRSAD-004AGSR000138231<0,04
24-TRSAD-004AGSR000139341<0,04
24-TRSAD-004AGSR000140451<0,04
24-TRSAD-004AGSR0001415610.08
24-TRSAD-004AGSR00014266.20.2<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR000143011<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR000144121<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR000145231<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR000146341<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR000147451<0,04
24-TRSAD-005AGSR0001485610.05
24-TRSAD-006AGSR000149011<0,04
24-TRSAD-006AGSR000150121<0,04
24-TRSAD-006AGSR000151231<0,04
24-TRSAD-006AGSR0001523410.17
24-TRSAD-006AGSR0001534510.20
24-TRSAD-006AGSR000154561<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000155011<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000156121<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR0001572310.06
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000158341<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000159451<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR0001605610.04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000161671<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000162781<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000163891<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR0001649101<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR00016910111<0,04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR000170111210.04
24-TRSAD-007AGSR0001711212.60.6<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001720110.04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001731210.05
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001742310.05
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001753410.04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001764510.05
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001775610.05
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001786710.04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR0001807810.04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR000181891<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018291010.04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018310111<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018411121<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018612131<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018713141<0,04
24-TRSAD-008AGSR00018814151<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000189011<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000190121<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000191231<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000192341<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000193451<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000194561<0,04
24-TRSAD-009AGSR000195671<0,04
24-TRSAD-010AGSR000230011<0,04
24-TRSAD-010AGSR000231121<0,04
24-TRSAD-010AGSR000232231<0,04
24-TRSAD-010AGSR00023333.50.50.07
24-TRSAD-011AGSR000223011<0,04
24-TRSAD-011AGSR0002241210.08
24-TRSAD-011AGSR0002252310.05
24-TRSAD-011AGSR000226341<0,04
24-TRSAD-011AGSR000227451<0,04
24-TRSAD-011AGSR000228561<0,04
24-TRSAD-011AGSR00022966.90.90.07
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000196011<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000197121<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000198231<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000199341<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000200451<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000201561<0,04
24-TRSAD-012AGSR000202671<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000203011<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR0002041210.05
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000205231<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000206341<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000207451<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000208561<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000209671<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000210781<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR000211891<0,04
24-TRSAD-013AGSR00021299.60.6<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000213011<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000214121<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000215231<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000216341<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR0002174510.07
24-TRSAD-014AGSR0002185610.04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000219671<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000220781<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR000221891<0,04
24-TRSAD-014AGSR00022299.80.8<0,04
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002340110.10
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002351210.08
24-TRSAD-015AGSR000236231<0,04
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002373410.05
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002384510.05
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002395610.04
24-TRSAD-015AGSR0002406710.25
24-TRSAD-015AGSR000241781<0,04
24-TRSAD-015AGSR00024288.80.8<0,04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002470110.06
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002481210.04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002492310.04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR000250341<0,04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR000251451<0,04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002525610.04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002536710.58
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002547810.51
24-TRSAD-016AGSR0002558910.07
24-TRSAD-016AGSR00025691010.04
24-TRSAD-016AGSR000258101110.05
24-TRSAD-016AGSR00025911121<0,04
24-TRSAD-017AGSR0002600110.19
24-TRSAD-017AGSR0002611210.05
24-TRSAD-017AGSR0002622310.04
24-TRSAD-017AGSR000263341<0,04
24-TRSAD-017AGSR0002644510.05
24-TRSAD-017AGSR0002655610.05
24-TRSAD-017AGSR000266671<0,04
24-TRSAD-018AGSR000267011<0,04
24-TRSAD-018AGSR0002681210.05
24-TRSAD-018AGSR000269231<0,04
24-TRSAD-019AGSR000270011<0,04
24-TRSAD-019AGSR000271121<0,04
24-TRSAD-019AGSR000272231<0,04
24-TRSAD-019AGSR000274341<0,04
24-TRSAD-020AGSR0002750110.05
24-TRSAD-020AGSR0002761210.07
24-TRSAD-020AGSR0002772310.15
24-TRSAD-020AGSR0002783410.08
24-TRSAD-020AGSR00027944.10.10.05
24-TRSAD-021AGSR000280011<0,04
24-TRSAD-021AGSR000281121<0,04
24-TRSAD-021AGSR000282231<0,04
24-TRSAD-021AGSR00028433.50.5<0,04
24-TRSAD-022AGSR000285011<0,04
24-TRSAD-022AGSR000286121<0,04
24-TRSAD-022AGSR000287231<0,04
24-TRSAD-022AGSR0002883410.07
24-TRSAD-022AGSR0002894510.06
24-TRSAD-022AGSR000290561<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000297011<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR0002981210.05
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000299231<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000300341<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000301451<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR0003025610.05
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000303671<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR0003047810.03
24-TRSAD-023AGSR000306891<0,04
24-TRSAD-023AGSR0003079101<0,04
24-TRSAD-024AGSR0002910110.08
24-TRSAD-024AGSR0002921210.04
24-TRSAD-024AGSR000293231<0,04
24-TRSAD-024AGSR000295341<0,04
24-TRSAD-024AGSR00029644.50.50.10

Matilda Drill Results 2023 drilling campaign

HOLE_IDEAST (UTM SAD69)NORTH (UTM SAD69)RLDEPTH (m)DIP/Azm (°/°UTM)ObsFromToInterval (m)True Intersect Lenght (m)Copper Grade (Cu %)Gold Grade (Au g / t)
Previously reported drilling assay results
23-MT-0016093149291988292548.860 / 180 122.6133.1510.555.280.370.12
      and148.25179.531.2515.630.210.06
23-MT-0026090049291497265359.3760 / 000.     NSINSI
23-MT-0036082899291882237149.4460 / 000     NSINSI
23-MT-0046093329292162237398.5860 / 180 29.85165.05135.267.600.330.09
      and2173058844.000.360.09
23-MT-0056090029291696299404.6960 / 000. 4360178.500.230.08
23-MT-0066093329292162261443.4960 / 000 31.65143111.3555.680.200.05
      and183.2216.933.716.850.330.07
23-MT-0076089789292372283350.9160 / 180 22684623.000.200.06
23-MT-0086086269289542267398.6260 / 000     NSINSI
23-MT-0096085989289763249150.4660 / 180     NSINSI
23-MT-0106093139292614242404.7860 / 180 95.5511721.4510.730.400.11
      and215233189.000.380.03
23-MT-0116090259292819232426.0160 / 180 238248105.000.370.14
23-MT-0126090399292648263401.8960 / 180 1041484422.000.220.06
      and192202105.000.290.15
23-MT-0136090009291920299410.5860 / 000     NSINSI
23-MT-0146090029291295233434.1360 / 000.     NSINSI
23-MT-0156092679292080282150.2145 / 000. 4115010977.070.250.07
23-MT-0166092679292080282219.9760 / 000 3040105.000.260.06
      and5262105.000.230.06
      and7820412663.000.300.09
23-MT-0176093679292065280142.8445 / 000 1021222014.140.350.09
23-MT-0186096679291960267395.0260 / 000 26502412.000.270.08
      and2302522211.000.220.06
23-MT-0196093679292065280229.4360 / 000 1491793015.000.320.08
23-MT-0206090029291295233550.2270 / 180     NSINSI
New drilling assay results
23-MT-0216093039292320252627.7765 / 180.  24 4218  7.610.260.04
      and1221785623.670.260.06
      and22837214460.860.260.06
      incl242260187.610.470.07
      incl352370187.610.460.10
      and3964424619.440.350.09
      incl4104423213.520.400.10
      and468486187.610.220.04


Reported intercepts calculated based on a minimum weighted average grade using a minimum mineralisation width of 10 m, lower cut of 0.15% Cu and a maximum internal waste interval of 15 m. Analyses were performed by ALS Laboratories a Certified geochemical laboratory. * Note: Geometries of the mineralisation model, and changes to the minimum mineralisation width and internal wate parameters used for 3D modelling has generated differences in the results presented in the previous press release “Matilda Copper Project – exploration update from September 7th 2023” due to the new results received, geological knowledge acquire and modelling applied. All results are correct based on the parameters used and geological knowledge at the time.
NSI – No Significant Intersection.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

The following is a glossary of technical terms:

“actinolite”amphibole silicate mineral commonly found in metamorphic rocks, including those surrounding cooled intrusive igneous rocks
Agmeans silver.
“alkalic porphyry”A class of copper-porphyry mineral deposits characterised by disseminated mineralisation within and immediately adjacent to silica-saturated to silica-undersaturated alkalic intrusive centres and being copper/gold/molybdenum-rich.
“albite”is a plagioclase feldspar mineral
“aplite”An intrusive igneous rock in which the mineral composition is the same as granite, but in which the grains are much finer
“argillic alteration”is hydrothermal alteration of wall rock which introduces clay minerals including kaolinite, smectite and illite
Aumeans gold.
assayin economic geology, means to analyse the proportions of metal in a rock or overburden sample; to test an ore or mineral for composition, purity, weight, or other properties of commercial interest.
“biotite”A phyllosilicate mineral composed of a silicate of iron, magnesium, potassium, and aluminum found in crystalline rocks and as an alteration mineral.
“breccia”a rock composed of large angular broken fragments of minerals or rocks cemented together by a fine-grained matrix
“brecciation”Describes the process where large angular broken fragments of minerals or rocks become cemented together by a fine-grained matrix.
CIMmeans the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.
chalcopyrite”is a sulphide of copper and iron.
“copper porphyry”copper ore body formed from hydrothermal fluids. These fluids will be predated by or associated with are vertical dykes of porphry intrusive rocks
Cumeans copper.
cut-off gradethe lowest grade of mineralised material that qualifies as ore in each deposit; rock of the lowest assay included in an ore estimate.
“dacite porphyry intrusive”a silica-rich igneous rock with larger phenocrysts (crystals) within a fine-grained matrix
depositis a mineralised body which has been physically delineated by sufficient drilling, trenching, and/or underground work, and found to contain a sufficient average grade of metal or metals to warrant further exploration and/or development expenditures; such a deposit does not qualify as a commercially mineable ore body or as containing ore reserves, until final legal, technical, and economic factors have been resolved.
electromagneticsis a geophysical technique tool measuring the magnetic field generated by subjecting the sub-surface to electrical currents.
“epidote”is a calcium aluminium iron sorosilicate mineral
“garimpo”is a local artisanal mining operation
garimpeirois a local artisanal miner.
geochemicalrefers to geological information using measurements derived from chemical analysis.
geophysicalrefers to geological information using measurements derived from the use of magnetic and electrical readings.
“geophysical techniquesinclude the exploration of an area by exploiting differences in physical properties of different rock types. Geophysical methods include seismic, magnetic, gravity, induced polarisation and other techniques; geophysical surveys can be undertaken from the ground or from the air.
gossanis an iron-bearing weathered product that overlies a sulphide deposit.
gradeis the concentration of mineral within the host rock typically quoted as grams per tonne (g/t), parts per million (ppm) or parts per billion (ppb).
g/tmeans grams per tonne.
“granodiorite”is an igneous intrusive rock like granite.
hectare” or a “hais a unit of measurement equal to 10,000 square metres.
“hematite”is a common iron oxide compound
“igneous”is a rock that has solidified from molten material or magma.
IPrefers to induced polarisation, a geophysical technique whereby an electric current is induced into the sub-surface and the conductivity of the sub-surface is recorded.
“intrusive”is a body of rock that invades older rocks.
“lithocap”Lithocaps are subsurface, broadly stratabound alteration domains that are laterally and vertically extensive. They form when acidic magmatic-hydrothermal fluids react with wallrocks during ascent towards the paleosurface.
mineralisationthe concentration of metals and their chemical compounds within a body of rock.
mineralisedrefers to rock which contains minerals e.g. iron, copper, gold.
“Mo-Bi-As-Te-W-Sn”Molybdenum-Bismuth-Arsenic-Tellurium-Tungsten-Tin
“magnetite”magnetic mineral composed of iron oxide found in intrusive rocks and as an alteration mineral.
“monzodiorite”Is an intrusive rock formed by slow cooling of underground magma.
“monzogranite”a biotite rich granite, often part of the later-stage emplacement of a larger granite body.
mtmeans million tonnes.
oremeans a metal or mineral or a combination of these of sufficient value as to quality and quantity to enable it to be mined at a profit.
oxidesare near surface bed-rock which has been weathered and oxidised by long term exposure to the effects of water and air.
“paragenesis”Is a term used to describe the sequence on relative phases of origination of igneous and metamorphic rocks and the deposition of ore minerals and rock alteration.
“ppm” means parts per million.
“phyllic alteration” is a hydrothermal alteration zone in a permeable rock that has been affected by circulation of hydrothermal fluids
“porphry”any of various granites or igneous rocks with coarse grained crystals
“proterozoic”means the geological eon (period) 2.5 billion years ago to 541 million years ago
“pyrite”an iron sulphide mineral
“quartz-alunite ± kaolinite”Alunite is a hydroxylated aluminium potassium sulfate mineral. It presence is typical in areas of advanced argillic alteration and usually accompanied by the presence of quartz (a crystalline silica mineral) and sometimes kaolinite.(a clay mineral).
“saprolite” is a weathered or decomposed clay-rich rock.
“scapolites”are a group of rock-forming silicate minerals composed of aluminium, calcium, and sodium silicate with chlorine, carbonate and sulfate
“sulphide” refers to minerals consisting of a chemical combination of sulphur with a metal.
“vein” is a generic term to describe an occurrence of mineralised rock within an area of non-mineralised rock.
“vuggy”a geological feature characterised by irregular cavities or holes within a rock or mineral, often formed by the dissolution or removal of minerals leaving behind empty spaces
“VTEM” refers to versa time domain electromagnetic, a particular variant of time-domain electromagnetic geophysical survey to prospect for conductive bodies below surface.

Assay Results
Assay results reported within this release include those provided by the Company's own on-site laboratory facilities at Palito and have not yet been independently verified. Serabi closely monitors the performance of its own facility against results from independent laboratory analysis for quality control purpose. As a matter of normal practice, the Company sends duplicate samples derived from a variety of the Company's activities to accredited laboratory facilities for independent verification. Since mid-2019, over 10,000 exploration drill core samples have been assayed at both the Palito laboratory and certified external laboratory, in most cases the ALS laboratory in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. When comparing significant assays with grades exceeding 1 g/t gold, comparison between Palito versus external results record an average over-estimation by the Palito laboratory of 6.7% over this period. Based on the results of this work, the Company's management are satisfied that the Company's own facility shows sufficiently good correlation with independent laboratory facilities for exploration drill samples. The Company would expect that in the preparation of any future independent Reserve/Resource statement undertaken in compliance with a recognised standard, the independent authors of such a statement would not use Palito assay results without sufficient duplicates from an appropriately certificated laboratory.

Forward-looking statements
Certain statements in this announcement are, or may be deemed to be, forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are identified by their use of terms and phrases such as ‘‘believe’’, ‘‘could’’, “should” ‘‘envisage’’, ‘‘estimate’’, ‘‘intend’’, ‘‘may’’, ‘‘plan’’, ‘‘will’’ or the negative of those, variations or comparable expressions, including references to assumptions. These forward-looking statements are not based on historical facts but rather on the Directors’ current expectations and assumptions regarding the Company’s future growth, results of operations, performance, future capital and other expenditures (including the amount, nature and sources of funding thereof), competitive advantages, business prospects and opportunities. Such forward looking statements reflect the Directors’ current beliefs and assumptions and are based on information currently available to the Directors. A number of factors could cause actual results to differ materially from the results discussed in the forward-looking statements including risks associated with vulnerability to general economic and business conditions, competition, environmental and other regulatory changes, actions by governmental authorities, the availability of capital markets, reliance on key personnel, uninsured and underinsured losses and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the Company. Although any forward-looking statements contained in this announcement are based upon what the Directors believe to be reasonable assumptions, the Company cannot assure investors that actual results will be consistent with such forward looking statements.

Qualified Persons Statement
The scientific and technical information contained within this announcement has been reviewed and approved by Michael Hodgson, a Director of the Company. Mr Hodgson is an Economic Geologist by training with over 30 years' experience in the mining industry. He holds a BSc (Hons) Geology, University of London, a MSc Mining Geology, University of Leicester and is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and a Chartered Engineer of the Engineering Council of UK, recognizing him as both a Qualified Person for the purposes of Canadian National Instrument 43-101 and by the AIM Guidance Note on Mining and Oil & Gas Companies dated June 2009.

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