Chris Thompson with Kevin Ma on the newly listed KALO Gold and the Vatu Aurum gold project in Fiji
In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Chris Thompson speaks with Kalo Gold Holdings Corp.’s (TSXV: KALO | OTCQB: KLGDF) Director and President Kevin Ma about Kalo’s listing and concurrent capital raise earlier this year with the Vatu Aurum gold project located in Fiji’s north island, Vanua Levu in the prolific Ring of Fire South pacific.
Kevin starts: “We had a full 43-101 done as part of this process, so we’re very excited to launch this on on the markets here in 2021.” Adding, “we wanted to find a gold property — a gold asset to monetize and I think we definitely landed on something here.” Tapping into a discussion on the Vatukoula Gold Mines, Kevin explains how the largest producing gold mine in Fiji has not only been in operation for nearly 60 years with a 10 million ounce plus deposit but how they’re developing an alkaline system gold project and the associated potential relevance of Kalo. Kevin went on to say that the region has attractive geology for potential large gold deposits and highlighted the near-surface gold mineralization at their Vatu Aurum gold project making it a “potential near-term open pit mine”.
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About Kalo Gold Holdings Corp.
Kalo Gold is a mineral exploration company focused on the Vatu Aurum gold project on Fiji’s north island, Vanua Levu. Kalo Gold holds two mineral exploration licenses covering 36,700 hectares of land and on trend with many of the largest gold deposits in the world in the Southwest Pacific Ring of Fire.
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Chris Thompson, CFA, MBA, P.Eng is the President & Director of Research at eResearch Corp. and a Sr. Editor and Director for InvestorIntel Corp. Chris ... <Read more about Chris Thompson>