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Exploration ramps up at the Okiep Copper Project following exercise of Option to Purchase

Orion Minerals Limited
Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Australia
Australian Company Number 098 939 274
ASX share code: ORN
JSE share code: ORN
ISIN: AU000000ORN1

Exploration ramps up at the Okiep Copper Project following exercise of Option to Purchase

Twin, infill and step-out drilling to commence along the Koperberg-Carolusberg line to verify historical
near-surface drill results and prepare for resource estimation

– A review of historical (Newmont/Goldfields-era) near-surface drilling has identified high-priority targets
at Koperberg West, and East, all located along the Koperberg-Carolusberg line at the Okiep Copper
Project (OCP).

– Historical intersections to be validated with twin and infill drilling to prepare for estimation of Mineral
Resources.

– Step-out drilling will also be conducted to follow the mineralisation along strike and down dip of
historical drilling.

– Ongoing SkyTEMTM survey now close to 70% complete for the Orion priority OCP area, with early results
indicating new anomalies with similar geophysical signatures as seen on known large deposits at the
OCP.

Orion’s Managing Director and CEO, Errol Smart, commented on the results:

“Following our successful due diligence programs at the OCP over the past six months, which examined and
validated approximately 25% of the historical Newmont/Goldfields-era Okiep Copper Company (OCC)
estimates of un-mined mineralisation and enabled us to report Mineral Resources totalling 11.5Mt at 1.4% Cu for
159,000 tonnes of contained copper (refer ASX/JSE release 29 March 2021), we are now pressing ahead with
confirmation drilling to validate the remaining database, initially targeting near-surface mineralisation close to
major infrastructure and existing mine development.

“The first drill targets are on the historical Koperberg-Carolusberg line, where the OCC database that we have
acquired reports high-grade intercepts. These high-grade surface showings are unmined below 40m depth
and sit on a line of workings that mine records show to have produced more than 38 million tonnes grading
1.54% Cu down to 1,900m depth and where the Carolusberg Deeps (16Mt mine at 2.05% Cu head grade)
ceased mining with high-grade mineralisation reported to continue below the workings (refer ASX/JSE release
21 May 2021).

“It is important to note that Carolusberg Deeps, the largest deposit mined in the OCP district, had similar or less-
conspicuous expression at surface than the Koperberg bodies that we will be targeting. Some lenses at
Carolusberg pinched out completely down dip before opening again to massive 200m-diameter high-grade
pipes at depth.

“While the upcoming drilling campaign is largely aimed at validating a portion of the large database of known
mineralisation, our ongoing SkyTEMTM survey is providing very exciting initial indicators for high-priority targets for
undiscovered mineralisation. Our unprocessed survey data is already indicating strong conductors located
along structural corridors with magnetic features characteristic of the mafic intrusives that host the
mineralisation at the OCP.”

“Field checking and detailed processing will commence next week following anticipated completion of flying
of the 150m line spaced survey area. The OCP area is heavily influenced by cultural features related to 170
years of intensive prospecting and mining that need to be identified and filtered out of the SkyTEMTM data
before conductors can be modelled and prioritised for drilling. However, initial indicators are strong that the
combined magnetic and electromagnetic data is successful in identifying known mineralisation, providing
strong encouragement for the use of these tools to identify new, possibly blind-to-surface mineralisation.”

Orion Minerals Limited (ASX/JSE: ORN) (Orion or the Company) is pleased to announce that drilling will shortly
commence on the Koperberg – Carolusberg line at the recently-acquired Okiep Copper Project (OCP), where
historical Newmont/Goldfields-era drilling identified high-grade near-surface mineralisation that remains
unmined.

Twin, Infill and Step-Out Drilling on Koperberg targets

The drilling program is designed to validate two zones of mineralisation at Koperberg West and Koperberg East
(Figure 1), identified by high-density Newmont/Goldfields-era drilling, to prepare for the completion of Mineral
Resource estimates.

At Koperberg West (Figures 2 and 3), drilling will test the down-dip and strike extensions of a shallow glory hole
that has been mined to a depth of 35m below surface. At the un-mined Koperberg East body (Figures 4 and 5),
drilling will verify high-grade intersections returned from historical drilling.

Both drill targets lie within 3,000m of, and on the same structural feature that has been mined to 1,900m depth
at Carolusberg Deeps. Importantly, historical drilling from the north at Koperberg East may have missed down-
dip mineralisation (Figure 5). Mineralisation mined 2,000m to the east, along strike at Carolusberg Deeps
showed characteristic south-stepping down dip, en-echelon lenses (Figure 6).

New Okiep Exploration Company – Shallow Drill Targets

Figure 1: Drill Targets on the Koperberg – Carolusberg Lines.

Figure 2: Historical intersections and geological interpretation at Koperberg West to be infilled and traced along strike and down-dip.1

Figure 3: A typical cross section through historical drilling and mining at Koperberg West.1

1 Figure include images related to exploration modelling of the discovery. Indicative grade shell models generated in Leapfrog software
utilising the company’s geological model are provided for reference only.

The images of grade shell models are not an Exploration Target and do not contain nor indicate any estimate of potential size and grade
ranges for the discovery. No Mineral Resource estimate has been completed for the deposit at this time. The images of grade shells do not
represent an Exploration Target nor a Mineral Resource and should not be construed as such, in compliance with the JORC code.

Figure 4: Historical drilling at Koperberg East to be twinned, infilled and tested along strike and down dip.1

Figure 5: Koperberg East – A Cross section showing possible off-set mineralised lenses.1

Figure 6: Carolusberg Deeps cross section showing characteristic discontinuous and south stepping down dip, mineralisation lenses historically
mined to 1,900m depth (after Lombaard, 1986).2

SkyTEMTM Survey Progress

The SkyTEMTM survey of the Okiep District (Figure 7) being undertaken in collaboration with the South African
Council for Geoscience has been hindered by exceptional storm weather over the past few weeks. Surveying
over the Orion priority OCP area is now nearing close to 70% completion. The line spacing for the priority area is
150m, whereas the regional line spacing is 1,000m.

Initial unprocessed data are showing encouraging magnetic (Figure 8) and electromagnetic (EM) anomalism
that will be investigated, with post processing and field checking to filter out the proliferation of cultural
features such as settlements, power lines and roads from the electromagnetic data. Modelled targets will then
be prioritised for ground EM and high resolution, low altitude drone magnetic surveys, before drill testing. High
grade mines, discovered by early miners including the Okiep Mine (that gave the district its name) and which
yielded 907,000 tonnes of sulphide ore at 21% copper, and Nababeeb South which yielded 816,000 tonnes at
5.5% copper are reported to have high magnetite and significant pyrhottite mineralisation which are expected
to yield anomalism to be detected in the SkyTEMTM magnetic and EM survey.

2 Source: Lombaard, A.F. and Exploration Department Staff of the O’Okiep Copper Company Limited (1986). The Copper Deposits of the
Okiep Copper District, Namaqualand. Annhaeusser, C.R. and Maske, S. (Eds.) Mineral Deposits of Southern Africa. Vols. I and II. Geol. Soc.
S. Afr., Johannesburg. pp 1421 – 1445.

Figure 7: Locality of SkyTEMTM survey currently underway (blue lines are high-resolution 150m line spacing).

Figure 8: Incomplete total magnetic intensity (TMI) image of completed survey area to date. Warm colours reflect higher magnetic
susceptibility.

For and on behalf of the Board.

Errol Smart
Managing Director and CEO

3 August 2021

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Competent Persons Statement
The information in this report that relates to Exploration Results has been compiled under the supervision of Mr Errol Smart, a
Competent Person, who is registered with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professionals, a ‘Recognised
Professional Organisation’ (RPO). Mr Smart is the Managing Director and CEO of Orion. Mr Smart has sufficient experience
that is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity being undertaken
to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the ‘Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration
Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves’. Mr Smart consents to the inclusion in the report of the matters based on his
information in the form and context in which it appears.

The Okiep Copper Project Mineral Resource is extracted from the report entitled “Orion further expands Mineral Resource at
the Okiep Copper Project, Flat Mines Area” created on 29 March 2021 and available to view at
https://www.orionminerals.com.au/investors/asx-jse-announcements. The Competent Person responsible for the original
report on the Mineral Resources was Dr Deon Vermaakt. Orion confirms that it is not aware of any new information or data
that materially affects the information included in the original market announcement and that all material assumptions and
technical parameters underpinning the Mineral Resource estimates in the relevant market announcement continue to
apply and have not materially changed. Orion confirms that the form and context in which the Competent Person’s
findings are presented have not been materially modified from the original market announcement.

Disclaimer

This release may include forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements may include, among other things,
statements regarding targets, estimates and assumptions in respect of metal production and prices, operating costs and
results, capital expenditures, mineral reserves and mineral resources and anticipated grades and recovery rates, and are or
may be based on assumptions and estimates related to future technical, economic, market, political, social and other
conditions. These forward-looking statements are based on management’s expectations and beliefs concerning future
events. Forward-looking statements inherently involve subjective judgement and analysis and are necessarily subject to
risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are outside the control of Orion. Actual results and developments may
vary materially from those expressed in this release. Given these uncertainties, readers are cautioned not to place undue
reliance on such forward-looking statements. Orion makes no undertaking to subsequently update or revise the forward-
looking statements made in this release to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this release. All information in
respect of Exploration Results and other technical information should be read in conjunction with Competent Person
Statements in this release (where applicable). To the maximum extent permitted by law, Orion and any of its related bodies
corporate and affiliates and their officers, employees, agents, associates and advisers:
• disclaim any obligations or undertaking to release any updates or revisions to the information to reflect any change
in expectations or assumptions;
• do not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability or completeness of
the information in this release, or likelihood of fulfilment of any forward-looking statement or any event or results
expressed or implied in any forward-looking statement; and
• disclaim all responsibility and liability for these forward-looking statements (including, without limitation, liability for
negligence).

Appendix 1: The following tables are provided to ensure compliance with the JORC Code (2012) requirements for the reporting of Exploration Results for
the Okiep Copper Project.

Section 1 Sampling Techniques and Data

(Criteria in this section apply to all succeeding sections.)

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

Sampling techniques • Nature and quality of sampling (e.g. cut channels, random chips, or • Diamond drilling was carried out by O’Okiep Copper Company
specific specialised industry standard measurement tools appropriate (OCC) between 1953 and 1978, there is limited information available
to the minerals under investigation, such as down hole gamma sondes, on sampling techniques for core.
or handheld XRF instruments, etc.). These examples should not be • Samples were taken over two-meter intervals adjusted to
taken as limiting the broad meaning of sampling. accommodate geological contacts. OCC whole core was submitted
• Include reference to measures taken to ensure sample representivity to the lab (AX core size). A 10 cm representative core was archived
and the appropriate calibration of any measurement tools or systems for each sample.
used. • Goldfields of South Africa (GFSA) drilled BQ size core. Core was cut
• Aspects of the determination of mineralisation that are Material to the with a core cutter at the core yard and half core submitted over the
Public Report. entire sample interval.
• In cases where ‘industry standard’ work has been done this would be
relatively simple (e.g. ‘reverse circulation drilling was used to obtain 1
m samples from which 3 kg was pulverised to produce a 30 g charge
for fire assay’). In other cases more explanation may be required, such
as where there is coarse gold that has inherent sampling problems.
Unusual commodities or mineralisation types (e.g. submarine nodules)
may warrant disclosure of detailed information.
Drilling techniques • Drill type (e.g. core, reverse circulation, open-hole hammer, rotary air • All intersections were by core drilling.
blast, auger, Bangka, sonic, etc.) and details (e.g. core diameter, triple • AX-size core was drilled by OCC. BX -size core was drilled by GFSA.
or standard tube, depth of diamond tails, face-sampling bit or other • Core orientation was not done.
type, whether core is oriented and if so, by what method, etc.)
Drill sample recovery • Method of recording and assessing core and chip sample recoveries • Core recoveries were measured for each ‘run’.
and results assessed. • No records exist for core recoveries on individual samples.
• Measures taken to maximise sample recovery and ensure • Intersections were in hard rock with good recoveries.. No sample bias
representative nature of the samples. is anticipated through the mineralisation.
• Whether a relationship exists between sample recovery and grade
and whether sample bias may have occurred due to preferential
loss/gain of fine/coarse material.

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

Logging • Whether core and chip samples have been geologically and • All relevant intersections for surface holes have been logged by
geotechnically logged to a level of detail to support appropriate qualified geologists and all of this information is available.
Mineral Resource estimation, mining studies and metallurgical studies. • No geotechnical information is available for the historical drill holes.
• Whether logging is qualitative or quantitative in nature. Core (or • Core was not photographed.
costean, channel, etc.) photography. • Logs were recorded in the core yard on standard log sheets.
• The total length and percentage of the relevant intersections logged. • Quantitative estimates were made of sulphide mineralogy.
• Core of the entire drill hole length was geologically logged and
recorded on standardised log sheets by qualified geologists.

Sub-sampling • If core, whether cut or sawn and whether quarter, half or all core • The majority of the sample data are available.
techniques and taken. • Whole core was sampled for assay.
sample preparation • If non-core, whether riffled, tube sampled, rotary split, etc. and • The entire sample length was submitted to the laboratory except for a
whether sampled wet or dry. 10cm piece of core left as a reference. This is not considered good
• For all sample types, the nature, quality and appropriateness of the practice as samples will not be fully representative.
sample preparation technique. • Sample preparation was undertaken by the OCC Laboratory.
• Quality control procedures adopted for all sub-sampling stages to • The sampling method was not fully representative due to the 10cm
maximise representivity of samples. retained reference sample.
• Measures taken to ensure that the sampling is representative of the in- • No duplicates were inserted.
situ material collected, including for instance results for field
duplicate/second-half sampling.
• Whether sample sizes are appropriate to the grain size of the material
being sampled.

Quality of assay data • The nature, quality and appropriateness of the assaying and • No records exist for laboratory procedures for the OCC laboratory.
and laboratory tests laboratory procedures used and whether the technique is considered • No geophysical tools, spectrometers or handheld XRF instruments
partial or total. were used.
• For geophysical tools, spectrometers, handheld XRF instruments, etc., • No record is available on quality control methods.
the parameters used in determining the analysis including instrument • OCC was managed by GFSA and operated successfully for many
make and model, reading times, calibrations factors applied and their years. It is considered that they followed the industry standards at that
derivation, etc. time.
• Nature of quality control procedures adopted (e.g. standards, blanks,
duplicates, external laboratory checks) and whether acceptable
levels of accuracy (i.e. lack of bias) and precision have been
established.

Verification of • The verification of significant intersections by either independent or • No records available on the verification of data.
sampling and alternative company personnel. • Twin holes were not drilled.
assaying • The use of twinned holes. • Exploration was managed by the OCC and GFSA exploration
• Documentation of primary data, data entry procedures, data departments, consisting of qualified geologists.
verification, data storage (physical and electronic) protocols. • No adjustments to assay data were reported.
• Discuss any adjustment to assay data.
Location of data points • Accuracy and quality of surveys used to locate drill holes (collar and • Drill hole collars were surveyed by qualified surveyors and
down-hole surveys), trenches, mine workings and other locations used documented in a Survey Logbook.

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

in Mineral Resource estimation. • All surface and underground drill hole collars were surveyed by
• Specification of the grid system used. qualified surveyors using a theodolite.
• Quality and adequacy of topographic control. • The historical mine survey data is in the old national LO17 Cape
Datum coordinate system.
• Orion is converting the local old national LO17 Cape system to the
current Hartebeeshoek94 survey system.
• Down-hole surveys were carried using an Eastman survey instrument
and documented and filed. Plans and sections were meticulously
plotted and signed off by a certified surveyor.

Data spacing and • Data spacing for reporting of Exploration Results. • Original exploration holes were drilled, aiming to achieve a 60m by 30
distribution • Whether the data spacing and distribution is sufficient to establish the m spacing, considered appropriate for Mineral Resource estimation of
degree of geological and grade continuity appropriate for the Mineral this type of mineralisation.
Resource and Ore Reserve estimation procedure(s) and classifications • The SkyTEMTM line spacing for the priority area is 150m, whereas the
applied. regional line spacing is 1,000m.
• Whether sample compositing has been applied.

Orientation of data in • Whether the orientation of sampling achieves unbiased sampling of • Historical sampling is generally oriented perpendicular, or at a
relation to geological possible structures and the extent to which this is known, considering maximum achievable angle to, the attitude of the mineralisation.
structure the deposit type. • As a result, most holes intersect the mineralisation at an acceptable
• If the relationship between the drilling orientation and the orientation angle.
of key mineralised structures is considered to have introduced a • No sampling bias is anticipated as a result of drill hole orientations.
sampling bias, this should be assessed and reported if material.

Sample security • The measures taken to ensure sample security. • No details of sample security are available. However, during the
mining operations the site was fenced and gated with security
personnel employed as part of the staff.

Audits or reviews • The results of any audits or reviews of sampling techniques and data. • No audits and/or review records or documentation are available.

Section 2 Reporting of Exploration Results

(Criteria listed in the preceding section also apply to this section.)

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

Mineral tenement and • Type, reference name/number, location and ownership including • The mineral rights to the properties are vested in the State and the
land tenure status agreements or material issues with third parties such as joint ventures, Minerals and Petroleum Development Act, 2002, (MPRDA) regulates
partnerships, overriding royalties, native title interests, historical sites, the exploration and mining industry in South Africa.
wilderness or national park and environmental settings. • A prospecting right, NC30/5/1/1/2/12357PR, in accordance with
• The security of the tenure held at the time of reporting along with any section 17 of the MPRDA was granted to Bulletrap Copper Co (Pty)
known impediments to obtaining a licence to operate in the area. Ltd (BCC) to prospect for a period of five years effective from 14
January 2021.
• The prospecting right was granted for the minerals copper and
tungsten ore in respect of the farms portion of Portion 10, portion of

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

Portion 9 and Portion 11 of the farm Brakfontein No. 133, portion of
Portion 1 and portion of Portion 23 of the farm Melkboschkuil No 132,
situated within the administrative district of Namaqualand. The total
Area measures 2547,0791 Ha in extent.
• Section 102 applications are in process with the authorities to add 26
minerals, including gold and silver.
• The Goegap Nature Reserve lies to the south and outside of the area.
The area was mined historically for copper.
• Orion, recently acquired 100% of the project through the BCC-Orion
Acquisition Agreement (refer ASX release 2 August 2021).
Exploration done by • Acknowledgment and appraisal of exploration by other parties. • Surface geological mapping are of high quality and detail.
other parties

Geology • Deposit type, geological setting and style of mineralisation. • These copper deposits are part of the well-known Namaqualand
Metamorphic Complex which consists primarily of meta-volcanic
sedimentary and intrusive rock types.
• Copper mineralisation is primarily associated with irregular, elongated
and steeply dipping Koperberg Suite mafic intrusives.
• The Koperberg Suite intrusives are mainly restricted to so-called “Steep
Structures” of extensive strike lengths and steeply dipping to the north.
• The Koperberg Suite consists of anorthosite, diorite and norite
intermediate rock types.
• Mineralisation usually occurs as blebs to disseminated Cu mineral
assemblages bornite > chalcopyrite > chalcocite and less pyrite and
pyrrhotite.
• The more mafic and magnetite-rich lithologies generally host the bulk
of and higher grade mineralisation.
• The OCC has a long exploration and mining history and the geology is
well known and under
• stood.

Drill hole Information • A summary of all information material to the understanding of the • Historically 265 holes were drilled totaling 32,190 metres, most are AQ
exploration results including a tabulation of the following information except for NQ and BQ close to the collars
for all Material drill holes: • All drill hole collars were surveyed in the LO17 Cape survey system.
o easting and northing of the drill hole collar • Down-hole surveys are available for the majority of the historical holes.
o elevation or RL (Reduced Level – elevation above sea level in
metres) of the drill hole collar
o dip and azimuth of the hole
o down hole length and interception depth
o hole length.
• If the exclusion of this information is justified on the basis that the
information is not Material and this exclusion does not detract from the
understanding of the report, the Competent Person should clearly
explain why this is the case.

Criteria JORC Code explanation Commentary

Data aggregation • In reporting Exploration Results, weighting averaging techniques, • Individual intersections were weighted by sample width.
methods maximum and/or minimum grade truncations (e.g. cutting of high • Mineralised sample lengths were erratically standardised at 1.0, 1.5
grades) and cut-off grades are usually Material and should be stated. and 2.0 metres.
• Where aggregate intercepts incorporate short lengths of high grade • Significant Intercepts (>= 1.0% Cu)are reported in table 1 with internal
results and longer lengths of low grade results, the procedure used for waste dilution of max 3m @ 0.5% Cu.
such aggregation should be stated and some typical examples of • No truncations were applied.
such aggregations should be shown in detail.
• The assumptions used for any reporting of metal equivalent values
should be clearly stated.

Relationship between • These relationships are particularly important in the reporting of • Historical sampling is generally oriented perpendicular, or at a
mineralisation widths Exploration Results. maximum achievable angle to, the attitude of the mineralisation.
and intercept lengths • If the geometry of the mineralisation with respect to the drill hole angle • Generally drill hole inclinations ranged between -30° to -90°.
is known, its nature should be reported.
• If it is not known and only the down hole lengths are reported, there
should be a clear statement to this effect (e.g. ‘down hole length, true
width not known’).

Diagrams • Appropriate maps and sections (with scales) and tabulations of • Numerous plans and cross-sections are available and were utilised
intercepts should be included for any significant discovery being during the geological and mineralisation modelling.
reported. These should include, but not be limited to a plan view of drill • All historical data is available as hard copies and is currently being
hole collar locations and appropriate sectional views. digitized and incorporated into a GIS system.
Balanced reporting • Where comprehensive reporting of all Exploration Results is not • In the Competent Person’s opinion, the Exploration Results reported in
practicable, representative reporting of both low and high grades this announcement have been reported in a balanced manner.
and/or widths should be practiced to avoid misleading reporting of
Exploration Results.

Other substantive • Other exploration data, if meaningful and material, should be reported • Detailed surface maps and drill sections were extensively consulted
exploration data including (but not limited to): geological observations; geophysical and utilised in the understanding of geology and mineralisation.
survey results; geochemical survey results; bulk samples – size and • Regional and detailed geophysical maps (magnetic) were also
method of treatment; metallurgical test results; bulk density, consulted.
groundwater, geotechnical and rock characteristics; potential • SkyTEMTM Survey of the Okiep District in progress. Initial unprocessed
deleterious or contaminating substances. data is reported here showing encouraging magnetic and
electromagnetic features that will be investigated further. The line
spacing for the priority area is 150m, whereas the regional line spacing
is 1,000m.

Further work 1. The nature and scale of planned further work (e.g. tests for lateral • Processing and field checking of SkyTEMTM survey once completed to
extensions or depth extensions or large-scale step-out drilling). filter out the proliferation of cultural features from the electromagnetic
2. Diagrams clearly highlighting the areas of possible extensions, data and identify/model targets. Modelled targets will then be
including the main geological interpretations and future drilling areas, prioritised for ground EM and high resolution, low altitude drone
provided this information is not commercially sensitive. magnetic surveys, before drill testing.
• Twinning of historical drill holes are needed in order to improve
confidence in the historical data.
• Deeper mineralisation as well as potential strike extension mineralised
lenses are potentially present and should be further investigated.
• Closely spaced drilling is required to bridge the gap at the northern
end of the southern portion.

Table 1. Significant historical intercepts for all the Koperberg Prospects.

Significant Intercepts (>= 1.0% Cu) with internal waste dilution of max 3m @ 0.5% Cu.

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg Central KC018 175.26 179.22 1.12 3.96
Koperberg Central KC020 81.38 88.39 1.11 7.01
Koperberg Central KC020 99.67 108.51 1.20 8.84
Koperberg Central KC021 127.41 137.16 2.26 9.75
Koperberg Central KC064 106.68 115.82 1.74 9.14
Koperberg Central KC066 91.74 97.23 1.10 5.49
Koperberg Central KC122 55.17 63.70 1.11 8.53
Koperberg Central KC167 123.44 141.12 1.72 17.68
Koperberg Central KC167 154.23 155.45 1.33 1.22
Koperberg Central KC168 163.07 164.59 1.25 1.52
Koperberg Central KC171 133.20 137.16 31.67 3.96
Koperberg Central KC171 140.82 148.44 1.56 7.62
Koperberg Central KC171 158.19 162.46 2.03 4.27
Koperberg Central KC173 54.86 56.08 1.51 1.22
Koperberg Central KC176 149.96 162.15 2.48 12.19
Koperberg Central KC182 46.33 47.55 1.87 1.22
Koperberg Central KC184 176.78 185.62 2.09 8.84
Koperberg Central KC186 162.76 172.52 1.86 9.75
Koperberg Central KC187 197.51 199.03 1.08 1.52

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg Central KC187 203.00 206.35 1.05 3.35
Koperberg Central KC191 165.81 173.74 1.37 7.92
Koperberg Central KC193 119.48 142.34 1.25 22.86
Koperberg Central KC193 169.47 172.21 1.19 2.74
Koperberg Central KC208 169.77 178.92 1.44 9.14
Koperberg Central KC208 184.71 193.24 1.22 8.53
Koperberg Central KC210 124.05 135.64 1.71 11.58
Koperberg Central KC212 128.63 145.39 1.97 16.76
Koperberg Central KC216 107.29 118.26 1.23 10.97
Koperberg Central KC217 121.62 125.88 1.67 4.27
Koperberg Central KC217 131.67 137.16 1.57 5.49
Koperberg Central KC219 132.28 133.50 1.40 1.22
Koperberg Central KC219 142.65 146.61 3.92 3.96
Koperberg Central KC222 115.82 131.37 1.04 15.54
Koperberg Central KC222 134.72 144.78 1.52 10.06
Koperberg Central KC223 138.68 150.27 2.23 11.58
Koperberg Central KC226 166.42 170.08 2.05 3.66
Koperberg Central KC226 173.74 180.14 2.00 6.40
Koperberg East KE006 19.51 22.56 3.55 3.05
Koperberg East KE006 25.60 31.70 2.78 6.10
Koperberg East KE010 3.05 10.36 2.33 7.32
Koperberg East KE011 39.93 45.72 3.44 5.79
Koperberg East KE013 28.96 42.06 2.25 13.11
Koperberg East KE014 62.48 64.01 3.07 1.52
Koperberg East KE019 38.10 46.94 1.74 8.84
Koperberg East KE020 37.49 41.15 1.51 3.66
Koperberg East KE029 2.13 5.18 7.40 3.05
Koperberg East KE030 0.00 3.05 7.85 3.05
Koperberg East KE037 35.97 39.93 1.46 3.96
Koperberg East KE050 31.00 41.20 1.26 10.20

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg East KE051 21.60 32.70 2.33 11.10
Koperberg East KE051 34.70 36.30 1.22 1.60
Koperberg East KE051 44.00 47.10 1.18 3.10
Koperberg East KE053 12.00 15.50 1.40 3.50
Koperberg East KE053 19.00 20.50 1.29 1.50
Koperberg East KE056 51.40 53.20 3.55 1.80
Koperberg West KW012 68.28 73.76 1.02 5.49
Koperberg West KW014 26.21 32.61 1.18 6.40
Koperberg West KW014 34.14 38.10 1.28 3.96
Koperberg West KW015 62.48 65.53 1.93 3.05
Koperberg West KW016 56.08 57.91 1.02 1.83
Koperberg West KW016 60.35 62.18 1.51 1.83
Koperberg West KW018 12.19 17.07 1.93 4.88
Koperberg West KW019 35.05 42.67 2.09 7.62
Koperberg West KW020 71.63 78.03 1.30 6.40
Koperberg West KW025 25.20 31.90 1.82 6.70
Koperberg West KW025 38.40 39.60 1.91 1.20
Koperberg West KW026 32.00 33.30 1.16 1.30
Koperberg West KW026 42.90 46.60 1.56 3.70
Koperberg West KW027 8.80 26.80 1.57 18.00
Koperberg West KW028 16.50 28.10 2.13 11.60
Koperberg West KW029 10.20 13.90 1.41 3.70
Koperberg West KW029 17.70 20.00 1.31 2.30
Koperberg West KW030 12.10 23.10 1.71 11.00
Koperberg West KW030 25.40 32.90 1.82 7.50
Koperberg West KW031 21.10 42.60 1.66 21.50
Koperberg West KW032 36.90 39.80 1.46 2.90
Koperberg West KW032 58.70 60.10 1.29 1.40
Koperberg West KW032 63.60 64.90 1.49 1.30
Koperberg West KW034 35.90 39.50 2.58 3.60

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg West KW034 48.60 58.00 1.67 9.40
Koperberg West KW035 0.00 4.30 2.11 4.30
Koperberg West KW036 0.00 15.60 2.10 15.60
Koperberg West KW037 24.20 30.60 1.35 6.40
Koperberg West KW040 10.40 11.50 1.07 1.10
Koperberg West KW040 15.70 19.00 1.14 3.30
Koperberg West KW041 16.60 18.00 1.78 1.40
Koperberg West KW042 7.00 15.40 1.27 8.40
Koperberg West KW045 14.30 28.60 1.62 14.30
Koperberg West KW047 4.80 17.80 1.58 13.00
Koperberg West KW048 12.70 21.40 1.17 8.70
Koperberg West KW051 0.00 5.90 1.84 5.90
Koperberg West KW052 0.00 15.00 2.14 15.00
Koperberg West KW053 0.00 9.80 3.25 9.80
Koperberg West KW054 9.00 11.40 2.40 2.40
Koperberg West KW055 30.70 35.40 1.67 4.70
Koperberg West KW055 37.30 41.90 1.81 4.60
Koperberg West KW058 8.90 12.60 3.25 3.70
Koperberg West KW060 40.00 45.70 1.48 5.70
Koperberg West KW061 24.50 25.60 1.04 1.10
Koperberg West KW063 40.30 47.00 2.52 6.70
Koperberg West KW064 13.70 19.50 1.86 5.80
Koperberg West KW065 4.60 22.30 1.95 17.70
Koperberg West KW066 8.50 9.90 2.09 1.40
Koperberg West KW067 9.20 11.10 3.40 1.90
Koperberg West KW067 30.90 32.80 1.88 1.90
Koperberg West KW068 11.60 31.10 1.86 19.50
Koperberg West KW069 14.40 19.70 1.85 5.30
Koperberg West KW069 30.90 39.00 1.63 8.10
Koperberg West KW070 12.60 18.30 1.22 5.70

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg West KW071 3.80 6.30 3.63 2.50
Koperberg West KW071 19.20 21.60 1.88 2.40
Koperberg West KW073 22.50 29.40 1.43 6.90
Koperberg West KW073 30.60 34.60 2.03 4.00
Koperberg West KW074 37.30 47.20 1.36 9.90
Koperberg West KW075 22.60 24.60 2.99 2.00
Koperberg West KW075 27.90 29.40 2.06 1.50
Koperberg West KW076 26.30 29.80 1.74 3.50
Koperberg West KW077 6.10 15.50 1.33 9.40
Koperberg West KW078 13.50 20.40 2.42 6.90
Koperberg West KW079 60.80 62.10 2.25 1.30
Koperberg West KW080 9.00 16.60 2.24 7.60
Koperberg West KW080 24.80 28.40 1.93 3.60
Koperberg West KW080 33.80 40.50 1.44 6.70
Koperberg West KW081 4.50 7.20 1.39 2.70
Koperberg West KW081 19.50 28.00 1.42 8.50
Koperberg West KW083 19.40 30.00 2.23 10.60
Koperberg West KW085 46.80 49.20 1.37 2.40
Koperberg West KW086 9.60 14.60 1.64 5.00
Koperberg West KW088 14.50 15.80 1.02 1.30
Koperberg West KW089 0.00 3.00 2.39 3.00
Koperberg West KW090 18.70 23.00 1.24 4.30
Koperberg West KW091 24.10 26.50 2.42 2.40
Koperberg West KW091 31.80 36.80 1.24 5.00
Koperberg West KW092 50.20 58.20 1.47 8.00
Koperberg West KW094 43.70 51.40 1.15 7.70
Koperberg West KW095 51.90 53.80 1.33 1.90
Koperberg West KW096 42.20 47.40 2.68 5.20
Koperberg West Ext KWE004 155.14 161.24 1.97 6.10
Koperberg West Ext KWE004 165.20 170.99 1.81 5.79

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg West Ext KWE004 179.68 187.30 1.98 7.62
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 95.10 100.89 1.11 5.79
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 137.16 140.21 1.47 3.05
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 144.78 156.06 1.29 11.28
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 160.93 175.26 1.13 14.33
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 176.48 186.84 1.11 10.36
Koperberg West Ext KWE010 110.64 124.97 1.09 14.33
Koperberg West Ext KWE014 106.98 112.17 1.34 5.18
Koperberg West Ext KWE014 117.35 128.02 1.15 10.67
Koperberg West Ext KWE014 130.45 131.98 1.66 1.52
Koperberg West Ext KWE014 136.55 137.77 1.21 1.22
Koperberg West Ext KWE015 128.02 135.64 1.72 7.62
Koperberg West Ext KWE015 146.91 149.96 2.21 3.05
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 110.95 112.17 1.90 1.22
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 137.77 146.91 1.08 9.14
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 172.21 174.35 2.26 2.13
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 177.70 180.44 1.72 2.74
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 186.23 195.68 1.10 9.45
Koperberg West Ext KWE021 105.46 118.87 1.08 13.41
Koperberg West Ext KWE027 61.57 63.70 1.15 2.13
Koperberg West Ext KWE028 74.98 77.72 1.24 2.74
Koperberg West Ext KWE028 85.04 86.87 1.50 1.83
Koperberg West Ext KWE034 154.23 161.24 1.27 7.01
Koperberg West Ext KWE034 169.16 182.27 2.03 13.11
Koperberg West Ext KWE034 185.62 195.38 1.67 9.75
Koperberg West Ext KWE036 208.48 211.53 1.50 3.05
Koperberg West Ext KWE037 163.37 185.93 1.01 22.56
Koperberg West Ext KWE039 137.46 145.08 1.04 7.62
Koperberg West Ext KWE039 169.47 181.97 1.30 12.50
Koperberg West Ext KWE039 184.40 187.15 2.54 2.74

Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) % Cu Length (m)

Koperberg West Ext KWE039 194.16 207.87 1.16 13.72
Koperberg West Ext KWE042 155.45 170.38 1.25 14.94
Koperberg West Ext KWE042 174.65 175.87 1.97 1.22
Koperberg West Ext KWE043 143.56 146.61 1.03 3.05
Koperberg West Ext KWE049 64.01 65.84 1.00 1.83
Koperberg West Ext KWE057 75.90 77.11 1.05 1.22
Koperberg West Ext KWE057 84.73 88.39 1.15 3.66
Koperberg West Ext KWE057 99.36 103.33 1.09 3.96
Koperberg West Ext KWE059 121.31 129.54 2.31 8.23

Table 2. Drill hole information for the Koperberg Prospects (LO17Cape coordinate system).

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg Central KC016 92205.05 -3281107 1069.45 121.6152 -52 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC018 92204.74 -3281054 1066.11 206.3496 -55 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC019 92171.55 -3281117 1081.56 128.9304 -50 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC020 92006.3 -3281011 1095.75 143.256 -45 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC021 92006.32 -3281011 1095.75 183.4896 -65 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC027 92006.33 -3281011 1095.75 264.2616 -80 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC064 92006.3 -3281012 1095.45 135.3312 -55 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC066 92006.3 -3281010 1095.29 115.2144 -35 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC122 91852.74 -3281014 1109.31 75.8952 -40 209 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC145 92006.4 -3281011 1095.55 201.168 -71 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC163 92171.67 -3281080 1074.35 120.0912 -42 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC164 92171.67 -3281080 1074.35 137.7696 -52 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC167 92171.67 -3281080 1074.35 165.5064 -60 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC168 92171.67 -3281079 1074.35 197.8152 -68 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC171 92171.67 -3281079 1074.35 177.3936 -64 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC173 92172.58 -3281118 1081.57 67.056 -31 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC175 92200.61 -3281086 1068.37 173.736 -56 202 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg Central KC176 92200.61 -3281086 1068.49 186.5376 -60 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC180 92200.61 -3281086 1068.49 158.496 -50 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC182 92203.15 -3281131 1076.57 64.6176 -35 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC184 92231.66 -3281075 1062.47 225.8568 -55 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC186 92231.66 -3281076 1062.47 202.9968 -48 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC187 92231.66 -3281075 1062.47 213.9696 -62 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC188 92231.66 -3281076 1062.47 269.4432 -68 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC191 92231.42 -3281076 1062.47 200.5584 -44 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC193 92262.05 -3281133 1059.56 193.548 -62 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC208 92323.28 -3281118 1053.61 217.932 -58 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC210 92152.69 -3281068 1076.18 165.8112 -57.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC211 92152.53 -3281069 1076.24 152.7048 -45 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC212 92152.66 -3281068 1076.16 168.8592 -63 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC213 92152.6 -3281069 1076.18 143.5608 -50 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC214 92152.66 -3281068 1076.16 181.9656 -67.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC215 92109.77 -3281033 1079.02 148.1328 -47.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC216 92109.76 -3281033 1079.03 144.78 -40 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC217 92109.77 -3281032 1079.02 151.1808 -54 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC218 92109.7 -3281034 1079.06 148.7424 -30 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC219 92109.74 -3281032 1078.95 167.64 -60 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC220 92109.69 -3281032 1078.95 176.784 -65 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC222 92171.67 -3281080 1074.35 164.8968 -46 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC223 92171.67 -3281080 1074.35 165.5064 -62 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC224 92171.67 -3281079 1074.35 207.264 -51.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC225 92201.25 -3281122 1073.94 151.7904 -50 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC226 92231.66 -3281075 1062.47 207.264 -51.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg Central KC231 92205.18 -3281054 1065.72 220.3704 -62.5 202 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE001 92612.65 -3281408 1059.489 108.204 -60 164 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE002 92560.83 -3281435 1067.44 62.7888 -62 158 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE003 92731.52 -3281383 1045.677 121.92 -75 278 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg East KE004 92731.46 -3281345 1037.698 121.92 -42 170 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE006 92487.68 -3281466 1084.092 121.92 -80 163 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE007 92481.59 -3281452 1081.373 121.92 -90 0 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE008 92520.01 -3281423 1066.739 108.8136 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE009 92520.18 -3281423 1066.842 131.064 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE010 92501.3 -3281459 1079.784 85.344 -35 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE011 92493.03 -3281437 1074.988 112.776 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE012 92492.71 -3281436 1074.818 106.68 -60 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE013 92464.54 -3281447 1083.186 132.588 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE014 92457.37 -3281427 1079.276 64.008 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE015 92457.02 -3281427 1079.238 90.2208 -52.5 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE016 92450.91 -3281411 1077.211 160.02 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE017 92471.69 -3281467 1087.368 76.5048 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE018 92478.32 -3281484 1090.929 36.8808 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE019 92438.32 -3281463 1092.008 94.7928 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE020 92437.9 -3281463 1091.991 110.0328 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE021 92444.61 -3281481 1095.464 69.7992 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE022 92429.71 -3281442 1087.936 121.92 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE023 92412.68 -3281482 1100.944 78.0288 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE024 92412.4 -3281481 1100.833 112.1664 -60 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE025 92286.34 -3281484 1143.485 39.624 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE026 92285.98 -3281484 1143.469 101.1936 -60 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE027 92285.93 -3281483 1143.43 124.3584 -70 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE028 92317.8 -3281483 1129.976 60.96 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE029 92555 -3281428 1065.657 62.7888 -45 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE030 92586.56 -3281425 1064.391 51.5112 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE031 92548.13 -3281405 1059.919 96.3168 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE032 92575.75 -3281392 1056.049 115.824 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE034 92638.52 -3281390 1054.308 60.96 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE035 92667.58 -3281382 1051.016 76.2 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg East KE036 92693.6 -3281364 1044.821 106.68 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE037 92714.26 -3281326 1035.762 120.7008 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE038 92705.57 -3281300 1033.046 94.1832 -65 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE039 92687.68 -3281340 1041.047 76.2 -70 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE040 92734.06 -3281289 1030.474 121.0056 -45 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE041 92761.9 -3281281 1028.918 121.0056 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE042 92786.06 -3281259 1027.441 120.396 -55 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE043 92280.91 -3281555 1159.665 37.00272 -45 339.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE044 92290.47 -3281584 1162.867 152.5 -50 339.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE045 92029.7 -3281709 1176.719 120.1 -70 339.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE046 92043.66 -3281743 1171.165 113.5 -70 339.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE047 92139.19 -3281557 1191.512 200 -77 339.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE048 92437.94 -3281463 1092.071 82.7 -48 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE049 92441.19 -3281472 1093.784 69.6 -41 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE050 92464.41 -3281447 1083.115 75.4 -50 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE051 92471.08 -3281456 1084.494 65.3 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE052 92492.86 -3281436 1074.817 79.4 -49 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE053 92497.93 -3281449 1077.582 60.3 -40 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE054 92308.85 -3281544 1147.237 94.8 -60 15 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE055 92226.66 -3281539 1177.793 68 -50 90 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE056 92225.8 -3281539 1178.022 81 -90 90 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE057 92135.26 -3281551 1191.32 130.8 -55 75 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE058 92134.58 -3281551 1191.388 116 -87 75 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE059 92159.94 -3281602 1192.183 161.2 -75 340 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE060 92077.98 -3281787 1168.914 139.5 -70 338 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE061 92080.34 -3281841 1158.267 144.5 -70 339 OCC Diamond
Koperberg East KE062 92570.66 -3281171 1039.543 910.3 -75 159.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW001 91096.98 -3281348 965.34 305.1 -70 348 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW002 91096.98 -3281348 965.34 297.18 -55 348 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW003 90984.07 -3281179 1010.9 132.9 -90 0 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West KW004 91017.53 -3281226 1017.9 286.512 -90 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW005 91017.98 -3281226 1017.9 38.1 -45 137 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW006 91126.24 -3281171 978.39 91.44 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW007 91006.82 -3281210 1012.78 85.344 -80 157 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW008 91007.33 -3281211 1012.74 53.0352 -45 137 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW011 90998.87 -3281216 1013.47 87.1728 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW012 90987.08 -3281185 1011.43 110.0328 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW013 90986.93 -3281184 1011.43 117.9576 -63 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW014 90946.31 -3281251 1014.69 66.4464 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW015 90936.95 -3281227 1011.28 90.2208 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW016 90936.86 -3281227 1011.22 71.9328 -35 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW017 90936.74 -3281227 1011.14 97.536 -57.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW018 90952.13 -3281265 1017.26 39.624 -35 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW019 90889.81 -3281274 1013.91 74.9808 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW020 90878.71 -3281246 1009.71 106.0704 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW021 90878.66 -3281246 1009.6 125.5776 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW022 90826.92 -3281280 1014.95 89.3064 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW023 90770.75 -3281302 1023.25 76.8096 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW024 90760.35 -3281274 1018.21 72.8472 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW025 90918.54 -3281264 1013.85 55.7 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW026 90918.55 -3281263 1013.71 64.5 -58 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW027 90924.47 -3281279 1022.16 36.1 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW028 90924.34 -3281279 1022 36.5 -57 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW029 90981.86 -3281258 1017.81 30.9 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW030 90981.56 -3281257 1017.71 44.9 -74 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW031 90977.2 -3281244 1016.7 53.7 -64 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW032 90970.4 -3281226 1014.24 75.4 -58 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW033 90970.34 -3281226 1014.21 86.9 -72 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW034 90970.48 -3281226 1014.27 65.8 -49 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW035 91031.66 -3281218 1019.55 30 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West KW036 91031.29 -3281217 1019.34 30.9 -90 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW037 91021.69 -3281190 1005.89 45 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW038 91021.44 -3281190 1005.71 60.1 -55 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW039 91021.37 -3281190 1005.65 70.8 -64 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW040 91055.48 -3281193 1005.7 30.5 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW041 91055.65 -3281194 1005.89 40.3 -57 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW042 91090.85 -3281202 1000.77 19.5 -30 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW043 91090.53 -3281201 1000.38 24.5 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW044 91090.39 -3281200 1000.16 24.7 -77 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW045 91070.71 -3281190 1000.77 30.4 -10 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW046 91071.22 -3281192 1001.57 30.6 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW047 91039.15 -3281193 1007.01 25 -10 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW048 91038.86 -3281192 1006.46 28.1 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW049 91038.76 -3281192 1006.26 33.3 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW050 91038.67 -3281191 1006.15 45 -71 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW051 91031.64 -3281218 1019.44 12 -55 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW052 91030.07 -3281216 1019.04 22.4 -55 -18.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW053 91017.93 -3281227 1017.97 30.8 -30 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW054 91017.61 -3281226 1017.79 40.8 -57 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW055 91010.37 -3281203 1011.11 49.3 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW056 91010.12 -3281203 1011.01 60.3 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW057 91010.01 -3281202 1010.85 72.5 -77 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW058 91010.53 -3281204 1011.11 45.3 -31 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW059 91010.08 -3281202 1010.97 91 -71 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW060 91010.18 -3281203 1011.16 54 -50 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW061 91014.56 -3281214 1015.2 29.6 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW062 90987.38 -3281185 1011.67 99.5 -53 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW063 90997.42 -3281210 1014.02 63.4 -54 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW064 91003.22 -3281229 1015.89 36.2 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW065 91008.39 -3281242 1017.81 24.6 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West KW066 91001.02 -3281222 1014.41 36.5 -45 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW067 91000.88 -3281221 1014.1 45.2 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW068 90990.17 -3281236 1015.52 40.8 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW069 90989.92 -3281235 1015.31 50 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW070 90994.61 -3281249 1017.32 36.5 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW071 91025.93 -3281201 1010.9 31.7 -50 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW072 90984.77 -3281222 1014.71 65 -55 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW073 90962.9 -3281250 1016.09 44.5 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW074 90962.75 -3281249 1016.01 54.4 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW075 90934.71 -3281262 1015.62 41.5 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW076 90934.57 -3281262 1015.41 57 -60 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW077 90967.57 -3281263 1018.67 30.1 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW078 90938.69 -3281273 1019.56 32.5 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW079 90956.45 -3281233 1013.93 76.1 -52.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW080 90910.24 -3281284 1022.04 51 -65 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW081 90909.91 -3281283 1022.02 40 -37 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW082 90956.34 -3281232 1013.96 79.1 -65 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW083 90899.41 -3281298 1023.05 36 -70 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW084 90899.74 -3281299 1023.18 25 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW085 90890.01 -3281274 1014.29 66.3 -57.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW086 90898.35 -3281298 1023.11 26 -50 339.7 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW087 90874.74 -3281276 1013.46 70.2 -55 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW088 90898.51 -3281298 1023.09 32 -72.5 -17.9 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW089 90880.83 -3281292 1020.82 48 -42.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW090 90874.84 -3281276 1013.27 53 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW091 90934.69 -3281262 1015.45 46 -50 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW092 90934.47 -3281261 1015.58 79.5 -72.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW093 90903.29 -3281265 1012.806 73.9 -70 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW094 90903.45 -3281265 1012.989 57.8 -47.5 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW095 90880.66 -3281269 1012.477 66 -52.5 161.5 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West KW096 90880.84 -3281270 1012.483 60 -40 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West KW097 90890.66 -3281296 1021.966 48 -70 161.5 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE001 90519.64 -3281187 1034.36 183.1848 -48 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE002 90519.62 -3281187 1034.33 230.4288 -60 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE003 90444.13 -3281248 1040.59 137.16 -40 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE004 90444.1 -3281247 1040.46 215.1888 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE005 90444.77 -3281225 1036.08 253.5936 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE006 90444.08 -3281247 1040.66 201.4728 -60 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE007 90444.06 -3281247 1040.59 204.216 -66 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE008 90413.98 -3281264 1034.53 77.1144 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE009 90413.65 -3281235 1029.17 138.684 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE010 90413.56 -3281212 1026.42 198.4248 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE011 90413.58 -3281185 1022.96 229.8192 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE012 90413.6 -3281160 1021.74 274.6248 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE013 90382.78 -3281250 1024.38 131.3688 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE014 90382.77 -3281226 1023.02 186.2328 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE015 90383.17 -3281201 1021.96 213.9696 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE016 90383.14 -3281176 1019.33 243.84 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE017 90413.42 -3281197 1024.62 213.9696 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE018 90352.56 -3281249 1023.77 82.6008 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE019 90352.54 -3281225 1020.65 93.2688 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE020 90352.77 -3281195 1018.74 128.6256 -48 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE021 90352.86 -3281176 1018.44 134.112 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE022 90352.82 -3281152 1016.74 167.64 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE023 90322.16 -3281233 1018.37 60.96 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE024 90291.82 -3281200 1014.96 78.0288 -40 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE025 90322.27 -3281207 1017.19 92.964 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE026 90291.85 -3281199 1014.7 91.7448 -60 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE027 90322.28 -3281184 1016.07 140.208 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE028 90291.76 -3281172 1013.8 115.824 -55 180 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West Ext KWE029 90322.17 -3281159 1015.08 183.7944 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE030 90322.26 -3281158 1015.12 157.5816 -59 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE031 90291.78 -3281171 1013.8 122.5296 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE032 90468.1 -3281233 1040.9 167.64 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE033 90468.17 -3281207 1032.58 230.4288 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE034 90468.08 -3281180 1028.54 246.888 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE035 90468.44 -3281146 1025.86 292.9128 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE036 90468.3 -3281167 1027.89 262.7376 -51.5 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE037 90468.09 -3281193 1029.59 229.8192 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE038 90492.86 -3281207 1035.66 199.0344 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE039 90492.84 -3281173 1030.48 251.7648 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE040 90492.93 -3281133 1027.59 284.6832 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE041 90492.99 -3281158 1029.38 262.128 -52 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE042 90492.86 -3281190 1031.93 205.4352 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE043 90519.43 -3281187 1034.58 231.3432 -49 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE044 90550.7 -3281187 1037.73 217.932 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE045 90550.67 -3281211 1045.35 182.88 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE046 90550.74 -3281161 1035.085 236.8296 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE047 90017.23 -3281116 1019.88 135.636 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE048 90017.18 -3281091 1023.3 154.5336 -65 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE049 90098.17 -3281106 1018.95 122.8344 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE050 90098.07 -3281107 1017.77 145.0848 -71 0 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE051 90143.76 -3281103 1017.29 109.1184 -75 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE052 90143.84 -3281102 1017.3 170.688 -45 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE053 89793.28 -3281143 1034.1 123.444 -65 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE054 89701.83 -3281069 1064.74 156.3624 -50 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE055 89701.78 -3281069 1064.77 199.9488 -55 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE056 89746.12 -3281057 1059.97 120.0912 -80 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE057 89656.15 -3281062 1067.32 121.6152 -55 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE058 89656.13 -3281061 1067.3 304.1904 -50 180 OCC Diamond

Prospect Hole ID Y X Z Depth Dip Azimuth Company Type

Koperberg West Ext KWE058D1 89656.11 -3281062 1067.1 146.9136 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE058D2 89656.11 -3281062 1067.1 304.1904 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE059 89656.09 -3281061 1067.41 154.2288 -70 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE060 89496.16 -3281295 1015.95 397.764 -60 180 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE061 89793.21 -3281249 1016.77 62.7888 -55 0 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE062 89653.35 -3281226 1028.5 160.3248 -55 0 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE063 89595.39 -3281206 1032.85 185.0136 -50 0 OCC Diamond
Koperberg West Ext KWE064 89595.36 -3281205 1032.84 244.7544 -50 0 OCC Diamond

Date: 03-08-2021 11:46:00
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