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Carnegie jv in high grade mineral sands find in Africa


The resources arm of Western Australian company Carnegie Corporation has delivered positive drilling results at its heavy mineral sands joint venture project in Senegal, West Africa.
Its 50/50 joint venture partner in the project is Sydney-based resources company Astron Ltd.
Carnegie's exploration program reported that analysis of grid drilling samples had indicated a further prospect of high-grade heavy minerals within a small portion of a 750 sq kilometre exploration licence area at Niafarang in Southern Senegal.

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