Latest drilling by MOD Resources (ASX:MOD), which owns 70% of the project in Botswana, included an intersection of 28m at 1.76% from a depth of 103m.
The same hole also yielded a much smaller intersection at 3.32% copper from a depth of 93m, as well as two more intersections of more than 1.35%.
The second and third holes were less striking, but still had decent grades.
“We are extremely pleased to see the latest assay data from the Kalahari Copper Belt Joint Venture,” said Metal Tiger’s chief executive Paul Johnson.
“As sentiment in the mineral sector grows in to a recovery phase, Metal Tiger is in an exciting position having a project of this nature at the core of our interests.”