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Australian miner invests in African project
African investments Australian miner IronRidge Resources has un-veiled progress on its Ewoyaa project and new Abonko discovery in Ghana.
The company announced in a statement "multiple new high-grade lithium pegmatite reverse circulation ... drilling intersections" at the West African asset.
"The recently discovered high-grade spodumene dominant pegma-tites at Abonko, and around Ewoyaa, is significant as it adds further resource scale potential," said Vincent Mascolo, the chief executive and managing director of IronRidge Resources, as quoted in the statement.
The Australian company says it is focused on minerals exploration projects in Africa. These include investments in Chad, Gabon, and Ivory Coast, among others.