Manieshoop and Bosluis

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  • Option Agreements With Anscar not Exercised
    Option Agreements With Anscar not Exercised
    On Jul 17, 2000 from Sedar
  • Namaqualand Diamond Project - Exploration Update
    Namaqualand Diamond Project - Exploration Update
    On Mar 16, 2000 from Sedar
  • Swabies and Leeuvlei Diamond Properties, South Africa - Drill Update
    Swabies and Leeuvlei Diamond Properties, South Africa - Drill Update
    On Jun 04, 1999 from Sedar
  • Swabies and Leeuvlei Diamond Properties, South Africa - Drill Results
    Superior Mining has Announced Production and Exploration Results From the Bosluis, Swabies, and Leeuvlei Diamond Gravel Prospects in Namaqualand, South Africa. During the Three Months Ending March 31, a Total of 126.5 Carats of GEM Quality Stones Were Recovered From the Bosluis Pan. Additionally, a New Occurrence of Potentially Diamondiferous Gravels was Discovered 7 KM to the South of the Bosluis Pan. on the Swabies and Leeuvlei Properties, a Total of 783 Meters of Drilling was Completed, Returning Garnet Counts as High as 94 Stones PER Meter, With Associated Jaspers and Epidote.
    On Jun 01, 1999 from Sedar
  • South Africa Properties - Exploration Results
    Superior Mining has Reported the Results of its 1998 Exploration Program on the Manieshoop and Bosluis Diamond-Gravel Properties, Located in Namaqualand, Northwestern Cape Province, South Africa. a Total of 229 Percussion Drill Holes Totalling 1,570 Metres Were Drilled in or Adjacent to the Bosluis Pan. a Bulk Test of 150 Tonnes Yielded Five GEM Quality Diamonds Averaging 0.63 Carats PER Stone. Although not a Defined Resource, an Indicated Volume of 930,000 Tonnes of in Situ Gravel, Grading 4.5 Carats PER Hundred Tonnes, has Been Calculated Within the Pan.
    On Apr 08, 1999 from Sedar