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Two firms in pact to explore diamonds

26 august 2009

Midex Gold Corp has entered into an agreement with Douglas Lake Minerals Inc to develop the Magembe diamond property in Shinyanga Region, The Citizen reported.
Midex said in a statement in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the pact for the 46 square kilometre property became effective this month.
"Under the terms of the agreement, Midex has the right to enter, sample, drill and explore for minerals on the property as defined by the prospecting licence granted by the Government of Tanzania under the Mining Act of 1998," Midex Gold president Morgan Magella noted.
He said Douglas Lake Minerals would have one million shares of Midex.
"To earn 100 per cent interest in the property, Midex's obligation is to commit $2 million in exploration expenditures prior to the second anniversary of the agreement."
The Magembe property is located to the eastern, northern, and western boundaries of the Williamson (Mwadui) Mine, the world's largest diamond pipe and one of Africa's most prolific diamond producers.
The property is part of a 2km buffer zone surrounding Mwadui that was created as part of the original mine development in the 1940s and 50s.
The statement said 41 diamonds and diamond cleavages had been recovered from 12 of the 60 samples gathered during the 2008 exploration programme.
"Because of the past local native mining activity, the recent 80 carat diamond discovery, and our 2008 exploration results, management believes there's considerable potential for a commercially profitable diamond mine," the statement noted.