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Tier-1 Gold Opportunity, Targeting Resources of 5+ Moz Au

The Misisi Property hosts the Akyanga Deposit, which contains High Grade Open-Pittable Resources certified in NI 43-101 Technical Reports

Site 1: Akyanga Central (3.1 Moz Au)

Site 2: Akyanga East (0.6 Moz Au, Exploration Target)

  • The Misisi Property also hosts 16 significant Drill-Ready Exploration Targets defined by advanced explorations

  • Previous owners have spent $30 million on the Misisi Property

  • Fully Permitted 30-Year Mining Lease until 2045, covering 55km Long Gold Belt

Project History


Location and Infrastructure   


Robust High Grade Resources

3.1 Moz Resource: An inferred resource of 3.1 Moz grading 2.16 g/t Au at Akyanga based on 500km of trenching and 22,000 m of drilling.


Open for Expansion: Mineralization resource remains open for expansion both along strike and at depth.


Excellent Recoveries: Up to 50% restored with gravity separation, 86% with heap leaching, as well as up to 94% with CIL.


Potential for Low Strip Ratio: Mineralization in shallowly dipping, continuous quartz veins.


Near-Term Growth Targets

Pit Optimization: Incorporating higher metal prices combined with refinement of engineering assumptions allows for the inclusion of mineralized material outside of the current pit shell. 


Extension Drilling: Mineralization remains open both along strike and down dip. 


Parallel Mineral Structure: Akyanga East defined by >3km trend with limited drilling.


Akyanga East / Connection at Depth / South Extension / New Stacked Veins / Underground

Resources Infill & Expansion Drilling


Exploration & Resource Expansion Drilling

Budgeted 10,000 metre drill program to commence in Q4/23 Initial phase will focus on expansion of Akyanga Central resource along strike and down-dip, + definition and inclusion of the Akyanga East Deposit in resources.

District-Scale Exploration

Additionally, definition drilling to deliver a maiden resource estimate for Ngalula, Tulonge and Mdende targets.

Project De-Risking

A Preliminary Economic Assessment to incorporate recent drilling planned for H3/23. In 2014, SRK Consulting and MDM Engineering completed a Scoping Study outlining a low-cost, low-strip, conventional open-pit heap-leach operation.

Community Engagement and Support

Casa Mining has been working with the Misisi Township and artisanal mining co-operatives since 2010.

Casa Mining has completed multiple phases of drilling and exploration with local agreements and co-operation.

Artisanal mining co-operatives are organized by the Ministry of Mines and are informed and supportive of the company’s planned exploration.

Significant community projects and employment programs completed.

Rehabilitated 6 schools, constructed 1 new school. Constructed community meeting hall.


Constructed Etuhu river bridge. Adult literacy programs.

Regency will continue and expand community projects and partnerships.

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