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Karora Resources Drills 9.5 g/t Over 7.1 metres at Western Flanks Deeps and Extends Potential Mineralized Strike at New Mason Zone to 700 metres

Karora Resources Drills 9.5 g/t Over 7.1 metres at Western Flanks Deeps and Extends Potential Mineralized Strike at New Mason Zone to 700 metres
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TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2023

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Karora Resources Drills 9.5 g/t Over 7.1 metres at Western Flanks Deeps and Extends Potential Mineralized Strike at New Mason Zone to 700 metres

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TORONTO, Jan. 23, 2023 /CNW/ – Karora Resources Inc. (TSX: KRR) (OTCQX: KRRGF) (“Karora” or the “Corporation”) is pleased to announce a continuation of significant results from gold exploration and infill drilling at the Beta Hunt Mine:

  • In the Hunt Block, deep framework drilling for the Western Flanks zone continues to substantiate previously reported results which shows the main shear mineralization extends up to 250 metres below the current Mineral Resource and remains open at depth.
  • Initial results from deep drilling of the central section of A Zone also supports the extension of the defined mineralization up to 150 metres below the current Mineral Resource, remaining open at depth.
  • In the Beta Block, drilling targeting the Mason and Cowcill zones delivered results supportive of potential new mining opportunities located west and east of the Larkin Mineral Resource, respectively. New drilling of the southern extension at Mason has highlighted the potential for 700 metres of mineralized strike extent.

Recent intersection highlights from the ongoing Beta Hunt underground diamond drill program are listed below:

Western Flanks Deeps1

  • WW395-18AE: 9.5 g/t over 7.1 metres
  • WW395-14AE: 3.8 g/t over 6.0 metres

A Zone North & A Zone Deeps Central2

  • WA380-003AE: 6.6 g/t over 9.0 metres
  • AA38ACC-06AR: 5.3 g/t over 6.0 metres

Mason2

  • BM1890-22AE: 3.3g/t over 23.0 metres and 5.4g/t over 11.0 metres
  • BM1890-21AE: 4.4 g/t over 11.0 metres
  • BM1890-24AE: 6.5 g/t over 5.0 metres
  • BLB13-06AE: 9.0 g/t over 3.0 metres

Cowcill2

  • BCB13-03AE: 3.3 g/t over 11.9 metres
  • BC1704-012AE: 4.4 g/t over 4.9 metres
  1. Estimated True Widths
  2. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information. 

Paul Andre Huet, Chairman & CEO, commented: “The new results reported from the Western Flanks deep drilling program continue to be very strong, demonstrating robust results from the southern section of the zone. These results build on the previously reported strong deep drilling results from the central section of Western Flanks and provide more confidence in the consistency of gold mineralization up to 250 metres below the current Western Flanks gold Mineral Resource which remains open at depth. Results from the southern zone drilling returned strong intersections of 9.5 g/t over 7.1 metres and 3.8 g/t over 6.0 metres.

The third set of results from the new Mason Zone continue to support our interpretation of a significant gold mineralized system parallel to, and west of the Larkin Zone. The new results include intersections of 5.4 g/t over 11.0 metres and 6.5 g/t over 5.0 metres building on the previously reported best-ever Mason intersection of 12.0 g/t over 17.0 metres (see Karora news release dated October 25, 2022). Having four new holes drilled at Mason returning significant gold mineralization results is very encouraging for the potential of Mason to be a robust new mining opportunity at Beta Hunt south of the Alpha Island Fault.

Additionally, we reported more strong results from the north and central section of A Zone Deeps and Cowcill shears including 6.6 g/t over 9.0 metres (A Zone Deeps) and 3.3 g/t over 11.9 metres (Cowcill). The A Zone results support the continuation of the Mineral Resource at depth. At Cowcill, the results support the potential for new gold Mineral Resource parallel and east of the Larkin Mineral Resource.

Overall, the results reported today support the potential for significant ongoing Mineral Resource growth that exists at Beta Hunt, following on from several years of impressive ounce additions at our flagship asset.”

Beta Hunt Gold Drilling Update

From October 1, 2022 to December 15, 2022, a total of 37 gold resource definition and exploration holes were drilled at Beta Hunt for 9,152 metres. Gold drilling focused on extending and infilling at Western Flanks, A Zone Deeps and the Mason and Cowcill Zones south of the Alpha Island Fault.

Drilling Results

Gold drilling results greater than 1g/t and their location over the period October 14 to December 9, 2022 are shown in Figure 1 and detailed in Table 1 and 2. The drilling results also include holes targeting nickel which are also assayed for gold mineralization.

Western Flanks Deeps: drilling continues to test the down-dip continuation of the gold mineralization below the southern portion of the current Mineral Resource. Results for the central portion were previously reported and included intersections of 13.6 g/t over 5.3 metres and 2.7 g/t over 6.7 metres (Karora news release, August 2, 2022). Initial results from the southern portion were also previously reported and included intersections of 3.6 g/t over 5.4 metres and 3.1 g/t over 10.8 metres (Karora news release, October 25, 2022). New results from drilling the down-dip southern portion of the deposit have now been received with significant intersections1 highlighted below:

  • WW395-18AE: 9.5 g/t over 7.1 metres – at the margin of current resource (Figure 2)
  • WW395-14AE: 3.8 g/t over 6.0 metres – extension of current resource
  • WW386SP-11AE: 3.0 g/t over 4.0 metres – extension of current resource
  1. Estimated true widths.  

Combined with previously reported results, the new results indicate continuity of the Western Flanks gold system from 150 to 250 metres below the current Mineral Resource with the system remaining open at depth and along strike.

A Zone North and A-Zone Deeps-Central: Aligned with the Western Flanks drilling in the Hunt Block, drilling of the A Zone is designed to support the Karora Growth Plan by upgrading and extending the current Mineral Resource. As part of the current program, drilling infilled the northern margin of the Mineral Resource and tested the down-dip continuation of the gold mineralization below the central portion of the deposit. New results include significant intersections1 highlighted below:

A Zone Deeps

  • WA380-003AE: 6.6 g/t over 9.0 metres – extension of current resource
  • WA380-006AE: 4.4 g/t over 5.7 metres – extension of current resource

A Zone North

  • WA380-003AE: 2.8 g/t over 10.0 metres – infilling existing resource
  • WA380-006AE: 14.8 g/t over 2.0 metres – infilling existing resource
  1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information.

The A Zone Deeps results support the extension of mineralization 100 metres to 150 metres below the current Mineral Resource.

Mason and Cowcill: Results were returned from four holes drilled to test the interpreted Mason Zone mineralization located approximately 100 to 200 metres west of and parallel to the Larkin Zone. All holes returned significant results1 building on the previously reported results of 6.0 g/t over 13 metres in drill hole BM1890-25AE and 12.0 g/t over 17.0 metres in drill hole BM1941SP3-01AE (see Karora news releases dated August 23, 2022 and October 25, 2022), highlighting the potential for a new mining opportunity south of the Alpha Island Fault.

  • BM1890-22AE: 3.3 g/t over 23.0 metres and 5.4 g/t over 11.0 metres;
  • BM1890-21AE: 4.4 g/t over 11.0 metres;
  • BLB13-06AE: 9.0 g/t over 3.0 metres;
  1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information. 

Results from the most northern drill holes (BM1890-22AE/21 AE) indicate Mason to be part of the same gold system that produced the Larkin Mineral Resource (Figure 3.). Drill hole BLB13-06AE is the southern-most hole to test the Mason Zone (Figure 1). This hole returned an intersection of 9.0 g/t over 3.0 metres highlighting potential for the mineralization to extend over a 700 metre strike.

Significant results1. also continue to be returned for the Cowcill Zone (Figure 4):

  • BCB13-03AE: 3.3 g/t over 11.9 metres
  • BCB13-01AE: 2.4g/t over 9.0 metres
  1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information.

These intercepts build on the previously reported results and support the potential for both the Mason and Cowcill Zones to deliver new mining opportunities south of the Alpha Island Fault. Both Zones are still at a relatively early stage in their development and, until now, were virtually untested along strike for gold mineralization as a result of the historical focus on nickel targets along the ultramafic/basalt contact in these areas.

Additional extensional and infill drilling of the Mason and Cowcill Zones is planned for 2023.

An updated resource and reserve estimate is expected to be released later in the first quarter of 2023.

Compliance Statement (JORC 2012 and NI 43-101)

The disclosure of scientific and technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Stephen Devlin, FAusIMM, Group Geologist, Karora Resources Inc., a Qualified Person for the purposes of NI 43-101.

At Beta Hunt all drill core sampling is conducted by Karora personnel. Samples for gold analysis are shipped to SGS Mineral Services of Kalgoorlie for preparation and assaying by 50 gram fire assay analytical method. All gold diamond drilling samples submitted for assay include at least one blank and one Certified Reference Material (“CRM”) per batch, plus one CRM or blank every 20 samples. In samples with observed visible gold mineralization, a coarse blank is inserted after the visible gold mineralization to serve as both a coarse flush to prevent contamination of subsequent samples and a test for gold smearing from one sample to the next which may have resulted from inadequate cleaning of the crusher and pulveriser. The lab is also required to undertake a minimum of 1 in 20 wet screens on pulverised samples to ensure a minimum 90% passing at -75µm. Samples for nickel analysis are shipped to SGS Australia Mineral Services of Kalgoorlie for preparation. Pulps are then shipped to Perth for assaying. The analytical technique is ICP41Q, a four acid digest ICP-AES package. Assays recorded above the upper detection limit (25,000ppm Ni) are re-analyzed using the same technique with a greater dilution (ICP43B). All samples submitted for nickel assay include at least one Certified Reference Material (CRM) per batch, with a minimum of one CRM per 20 samples. Where problems have been identified in QAQC checks, Karora personnel and the SGS laboratory staff have actively pursued and corrected the issues as standard procedure.

About Karora Resources

Karora is focused on increasing gold production to a targeted range of 185,000-205,000 ounces by 2024 at its integrated Beta Hunt Gold Mine and Higginsville Gold Operations (“HGO”) in Western Australia. The Higginsville treatment facility is a low-cost 1.6 Mtpa processing plant, which is fed at capacity from Karora’s underground Beta Hunt mine and Higginsville mines. In July 2022, Karora acquired the 1.0 Mtpa Lakewood Mill in Western Australia. At Beta Hunt, a robust gold Mineral Resource and Reserve are hosted in multiple gold shears, with gold intersections along a 4 km strike length remaining open in multiple directions. HGO has a substantial Mineral gold Resource and Reserve and prospective land package totaling approximately 1,900 square kilometers. The Corporation also owns the high grade Spargos Reward project, which came into production in 2021. Karora has a strong Board and management team focused on delivering shareholder value and responsible mining, as demonstrated by Karora’s commitment to reducing emissions across its operations. Karora’s common shares trade on the TSX under the symbol KRR and also trade on the OTCQX market under the symbol KRRGF.

Cautionary Statement Concerning Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains “forward-looking information” including without limitation statements relating to, among other items, production guidance, the organic growth profile and the potential of the Beta Hunt Mine and Higginsville Gold Operation, the Aquarius and Two Boys Projects, Spargos Gold Mine and Lake Cowan prospect.

Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Karora to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Factors that could affect the outcome include, among others: future prices and the supply of metals; the results of drilling; inability to raise the money necessary to incur the expenditures required to retain and advance the properties; environmental liabilities (known and unknown); general business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties; results of exploration programs; accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; political instability, terrorism, insurrection or war; or delays in obtaining governmental approvals, projected cash operating costs, failure to obtain regulatory or shareholder approvals. For a more detailed discussion of such risks and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements, refer to Karora ‘s filings with Canadian securities regulators, including the most recent Annual Information Form, available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

Although Karora has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results to differ from those anticipated, estimated or intended. Forward-looking statements contained herein are made as of the date of this news release and Karora disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise, except as required by applicable securities laws.

Table 1: Beta Hunt Significant Gold Results – Oct 14, 2022 to December 9, 2022

Target/

Prospect

Hole ID

Sub
interval

From
(m)

To (m)

Downhole
Interval (m)

Estimated
True Width

Au
(g/t)1.

AZONE

AA38ACC-06AR

 

 

 

76.0

90.0

14.0

2.1

AZONE

94.0

100.0

6.0

1.9

AZONE

111.0

116.0

5.0

2.2

AZONE

130.0

136.0

6.0

5.3

AZONE

AA38ACC-08AR

40.0

42.0

2.0

5.1

AZONE

59.5

63.5

4.0

3.3

AZONE

67.0

77.0

10.0

2.8

AZONE

AA38ACC-09AR

56.8

69.0

12.2

1.3

AZONE

AA38ACC-12AR

136.0

138.0

2.0

14.8

30C

B30-1830-13NR

1.0

11.0

10.0

1.9

30C

B30-1830-14NR

0.0

6.6

6.6

2.8

30C

B30-1890-17NR

107.0

110.0

3.0

3.4

30C

B30-19-024NR

28.0

30.0

2.0

7.5

30C

B30-19-026NR

6.0

11.0

5.0

2.3

30C

B30-19-029NR

1.9

7.0

5.1

2.8

30C

16.0

17.0

1.0

14.5

30C

31.4

36.1

4.7

2.4

30C

B30-20-001NE

66.0

72.0

6.0

1.9

30C

B30-20-003NE

58.0

63.0

5.0

2.2

COW

BC1704-012AE

132.6

137.0

4.4

4.9

COW

BCB13-01AE

62.0

71.0

9.0

2.4

COW

BCB13-02AE

72.0

83.0

11.0

1.8

COW

117.7

119.0

1.3

7.8

COW

BCB13-03AE

128.0

129.6

1.6

7.3

COW

136.2

148.0

11.9

3.3

LARK

BL1941SP3-05AE

147.8

149.0

1.2

10.4

LARK

147.8

149.0

1.2

10.4

LARK

BL1941SP3-13AE

209.0

214.0

5.0

2.4

LARK

BLB13-06AE

150.0

153.0

3.0

3.5

LARK

272.0

275.0

3.0

9.0

Mason

BM1890-21AE

100.0

111.0

11.0

4.4

Mason

214.0

217.0

3.0

4.1

Mason

BM1890-22AE

135.0

137.0

2.0

10.4

Mason

200.0

211.0

11.0

5.4

Mason

221.0

225.0

4.0

2.6

Mason

252.0

275.0

23.0

3.3

MASON

BM1890-24AE

43.0

47.0

4.0

3.8

MASON

53.0

58.0

5.0

6.5

MASON

75.0

81.0

6.0

2.3

MASON

142.0

145.0

3.0

6.4

MASON

253.0

261.0

8.0

2.1

MASON

355.7

363.4

7.7

1.9

MASON

BM1941SP3-03AE

39.0

47.0

8.0

2.2

MASON

51.5

57.7

6.2

1.6

40C

W44-405-007NE-A

16.0

23.0

7.0

2.3

40C

W44-405-016NE

14.0

15.0

1.0

21.9

AZONE

WA380-003AE

3.0

5.3

2.3

7.9

AZONE

289.0

298.0

9.0

6.6

AZONE

WA380-005AE

2.0

7.0

5.0

3.8

AZONE

232.0

234.0

2.0

7.1

AZONE

WA380-006AE

3.7

5.8

2.1

11.8

AZONE

8.5

12.0

3.5

6.7

AZONE

39.0

41.0

2.0

6.0

AZONE

250.8

256.5

5.7

4.4

AZONE

WA380-008AE

2.0

7.0

5.0

8.6

WF

WW386SP-08AR

86.5

93.0

6.5

2.4

WF

113.0

118.0

5.0

2.1

WF

121.0

129.0

8.0

1.9

WF

135.0

139.0

4.0

2.9

WF

WW386SP-11AE

89.5

92.0

2.5

1.5

14.3

WF

112.0

120.0

8.0

3.7

2.0

WF

137.0

141.0

4.0

2.1

3.4

WF

151.0

160.0

9.0

4.0

3.0

WF

198.0

207.0

9.0

3.8

1.2

WF

WW395-13AE

43.7

49.6

6.0

1.1

3.4

WF

WW395-14AE

46.0

47.5

1.5

0.8

7.4

WF

160.4

166.0

5.6

3.2

2.2

WF

277.0

288.0

11.0

6.0

3.8

WF

303.3

307.0

3.8

2.1

4.7

WF

WW395-18AE

184.0

186.1

2.1

1.3

7.2

WF

191.0

200.0

9.0

5.9

1.8

WF

214.0

224.7

10.7

7.1

9.5

WF

251.3

256.0

4.7

3.3

2.7

1. Reported gold grades > 1.0 g/t downhole and gram x metre > 10


Table 2 Beta Hunt – Drillhole Collars for Gold Results received Oct 14, 2022 to December 9, 2022

Target/
Prospect

Hole ID

MGA_N

MGA_E

mRL

DIP

AZI

Total
Length (m)

AZONE

AA38ACC-01AR

6545028.1

374126.4

42.3

15.7

188.5

80.8

AZONE

AA38ACC-03AR

6545031.3

374123.0

41.7

9.2

278.2

138.0

AZONE

AA38ACC-06AR

6545028.6

374126.2

40.6

-19.3

157.0

170.5

AZONE

AA38ACC-08AR

6545029.0

374125.3

40.4

-36.9

196.7

96.0

AZONE

AA38ACC-09AR

6545030.1

374123.0

40.2

-37.0

241.6

101.7

AZONE

AA38ACC-10AR

6545030.4

374123.5

40.0

-60.3

214.8

140.8

AZONE

AA38ACC-12AR

6545028.9

374125.3

40.5

-41.8

161.5

195.0

AZONE

AA38ACC-14AR

6545030.0

374128.7

43.8

41.6

154.8

107.3

AZONE

AASP22-27AE

6544543.5

374500.6

-266.3

-50.4

337.1

378.2

30C

B30-1830-08NR

6542709.5

375518.1

-353.4

50.5

243.0

33.7

30C

B30-1830-08NR

6542709.5

375518.1

-353.4

50.5

243.0

33.7

30C

B30-1830-13NR

6542723.2

375515.7

-357.0

-4.9

264.2

81.1

30C

B30-1830-14NR

6542711.7

375528.7

-358.3

-5.7

228.5

62.5

30C

B30-19-024NR

6542617.0

375623.9

-382.3

37.0

230.5

54.3

30C

B30-19-025NR

6542617.5

375623.3

-383.1

24.0

230.5

57.1

30C

B30-19-026NR

6542616.8

375624.0

-381.6

44.0

202.5

54.1

30C

B30-19-027NR

6542617.2

375623.5

-383.1

24.0

202.5

65.9

30C

B30-19-028NR

6542617

375623.6

-383.5

14

202.5

65.8

30C

B30-19-029NR

6542617.5

375623.5

-382.7

33.0

253.5

66.0

30C

B30-19-030NR

6542617.2

375623.6

-383.2

23.0

217.5

56.7

30C

B30-20-001NE

6542350.6

375841.5

-397.4

47.0

240.5

135.0

30C

B30-20-003NE

6542350.5

375841.4

-397.7

41.0

223.5

120.0

30C

B30-20-004NE

6542350.3

375841.5

-397.6

37.0

207.5

117.1

30C

B30-20-005NE

6542275.1

375900.6

-404.0

42.0

249.5

140.8

30C

B30-20-008NE

6542275.1

375900.8

-403.2

30.0

224.5

123.0

30C

B30-20-010NE

6542350.2

375841.2

-398.2

33.0

239.5

122.4

30C

B30-20-011NE

6542350.5

375841.5

-397.5

46.0

212.5

110.8

30C

B30-20-012NE

6542274.9

375900.7

-403.9

25.0

213.5

126.0

30C

B30-20-014NE

6542274.9

375900.6

-404.3

20.0

260.5

138.0

COW

BC1704-010AE

6543392.5

375449.0

-292.3

-24.5

227.8

384.5

COW

BC1704-012AE

6543392.6

375448.9

-292.7

-43.0

223.9

291.0

COW

BC1825-04AE

6542759.7

375551.3

-367.1

-56.0

56.5

316.2

COW

BCB13-01AE

6542360.9

375840.8

-400.4

-9.6

2.8

152.5

COW

BCB13-02AE

6542361.1

375840.7

-400.4

-14.3

49.8

200.6

COW

BCB13-03AE

6542360.8

375840.8

-401.1

-41.7

2.8

219.0

COW

BCB13-04AE

6542361.1

375840.7

-401.1

-53.8

48.4

176.9

Gamma

BGB16-002AE

6541911.1

376003.5

-467.9

4.1

96.9

307.9

LARK

BL1941SP3-04AE

6542438.8

375455.6

-405.4

-13.6

59.6

195.1

LARK

BL1941SP3-05AE

6542438.9

375455.7

-406.0

-36.4

59.7

291.1

LARK

BL1941SP3-13AE

6542438.7

375455.4

-405.1

-12.5

35.1

255.4

LARK

BLB13-06AE

6542350.4

375841.5

-401.3

-50.9

233.0

437.9

LARK

BLB16-09AE

6541898.8

375982.6

-471.8

-60.2

217.7

194.9

Mason

BM1890-21AE

6542769.7

375339.1

-385.7

-18.1

292.2

317.9

Mason

BM1890-22AE

6542769.7

375339.1

-385.7

-36.5

293.5

347.6

MASON

BM1890-24AE

6542766.3

375338.7

-387.6

-24.5

237.5

383.5

MASON

BM1941SP3-03AE

6542439.3

375424.8

-405.9

-33.5

274.1

339.4

HUNT

HE004-NE

6544917.8

374858.7

289.8

-85.0

229.0

237.7

Sorrenson

SSOR-09-AE

6545333.4

374566.5

288.9

-70.0

224.5

237.5

40C

W44-405-003NE

6543561.4

375292.9

-397.0

1.0

227.3

221.9

40C

W44-405-007NE-A

6543706.7

375122.3

-398.3

40.0

218.5

161.7

40C

W44-405-013NE

6543631.9

375234.3

-398.0

43.0

222.5

179.8

40C

W44-405-014NE

6543631.9

375234.3

-398.0

57.0

222.5

158.8

40C

W44-405-016NE

6543706.8

375122.4

-399.4

25.0

224.5

167.8

AZONE

WA380-001AE

6544148.9

374747.3

-372.6

-1.1

60.5

254.9

AZONE

WA380-003AE

6544148.8

374747.3

-373.5

-45.4

62.7

333.0

AZONE

WA380-005AE

6544149.1

374747.2

-373.4

-26.9

34.9

287.9

AZONE

WA380-006AE

6544149.3

374746.6

-373.6

-46.1

33.4

306.0

AZONE

WA380-007AE

6544149.1

374747.2

-372.6

-1.0

9.9

283.3

AZONE

WA380-008AE

6544149.4

374746.5

-373.5

-22.9

10.2

315.0

AZONE

WA405-038AE

6543703.4

375153.9

-401.8

-70.2

18.5

528.3

WF

WW386SP-08AR

6544008.0

374944.6

-381.8

-40.0

191.3

163.4

WF

WW386SP-11AE

6544007.4

374945.5

-382.1

-52.3

187.4

317.5

WF

WW395-13AE

6543803.4

375247.9

-392.5

-51.3

213.5

393.0

WF

WW395-14AE

6543803.4

375248.4

-392.7

-46.2

192.5

333.1

WF

WW395-15AE-A

6543803.4

375249.1

-392.7

-39.6

176.2

407.0

WF

WW395-18AE

6543803.5

375247.5

-392.7

-38.5

241.6

269.9

 

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