Manieshoop and Bosluis

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  • Option Agreements With Anscar not Exercised
    Option Agreements With Anscar not Exercised
    On 2000-07-17
  • Namaqualand Diamond Project-Exploration Update
    Namaqualand Diamond Project-Exploration Update
    On 2000-03-16
  • Swabies and Leeuvlei Diamond Properties,South Africa-Drill Update
    Swabies and Leeuvlei Diamond Properties,South Africa-Drill Update
    On 1999-06-04
  • 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 of126.5Carats of GEM Quality Stones Were Recovered From the Bosluis Pan. Additionally,a New Occurrence of Potentially Diamondiferous Gravels was Discovered7KM to the South of the Bosluis Pan. on the Swabies and Leeuvlei Properties,a Total of783Meters of Drilling was Completed,Returning Garnet Counts as High as 94Stones PER Meter,With Associated Jaspers and Epidote.
    On 1999-06-01
  • South Africa Properties-Exploration Results
    Superior Mining has Reported the Results of its19 98Exploration Program on the Manieshoop and Bosluis Diamond-Gravel Properties,Located in Namaqualand,Northwestern Cape Province,South Africa. a Total of229Percussion Drill Holes Totalling1,570Metres Were Drilled in or Adjacent to the Bosluis Pan. a Bulk Test of150Tonnes Yielded Five GEM Quality Diamonds Averaging0. 63Carats PER Stone. Although not a Defined Resource,an Indicated Volume of930,000Tonnes of in Situ Gravel,Grading4.5Carats PER Hundred Tonnes,has Been Calculated Within the Pan.
    On 1999-04-08