August 4, 2008 Reported that from recoveries to date, the work has confirmed historical information suggesting that the average stone size at Nzako is significantly greater than that seen at Dimbi (>0.6 carats per stone at Nzako compared with around 0.3 carats per stone at Dimbi). At the Bangana camp, a number of large hand pits are being dug along a 40km stretch of the Bangana River. Diamonds have been recovered from this work but as yet insufficient information is available to estimate grade.
May 12, 2008 Reported that the two field camps recently established on the Nzako and Bangana licence areas
respectively have now been staffed and are equipped with "Bushman" Jig Plants. Reconnaissance exploration pitting was in progress and the first gravels from the pits were being treated at present.
July 31, 2007 Reconnaissance exploration has commenced with newly recruited geological staff.