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West African Resources Says Co To Acquire 6.8Moz Kiaka Gold Project
B2gold Agrees To Sell Burkina Faso Projects To West African Resources
West African Resources Says Sept Qtr Gold Production Up 29% To 81,960 Ounces For Sanbrado Gold Operations
West African Resources Limited is an Australia-based gold exploration company, which is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of gold projects in West Africa. The Company is principally engaged in developing and operating its key asset, the Sanbrado Gold Project, located in Burkina Faso. The Company’s operating segments include Mining Operations and Exploration. The Sanbrado Gold project is located approximately 90 kilometers east-southeast of Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso. The Sanbrado covers an aggregate area of approximately 116 square kilometer, comprising one granted mining permit and one granted exploration license. The Sanbrado also includes several open pits, all within one to two kilometers of the plant site, and an underground mine accessed through a box-cut and portal immediately to the southwest of the M1 South open pit. Its projects also include Toega Gold Project, which is located 14 kilometers from its existing Sanbrado gold operation.
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L 1 1 Alvan Street
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, Company Secretary
Lyndon George Hopkins
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
Matthew Peter Wilcox
Chief Development Officer
Rodney Lloyd Leonard
Non-Executive Lead Independent Director
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