Kobada Project Location

Mali Map 150206

Mali is a landlocked nation in West Africa. It lies between latitudes 10° and 25°N, and longitudes 13°W and 5°E. At 1,242,248 square kilometres (479,635 sq mi), Mali is the world's 24th-largest country and is comparable in size to South Africa or Angola. Most of the country lies in the southern Sahara Desert which produces an extremely hot, dust-laden Sudanian Savanna zone.

The Kobada Project is an advanced gold project located approximately 125km south south west of Bamako, the capital city of Mali.

Southern and western Mali is politically stable and home to a number of gold producers. These include Randgold Resources Loulo and Morilla Mines, Resolute Mining's Syama Mine and Anglogold Ashanti/IAMGold's Sadiola Mine.

Mali, is the third largest gold producer in Africa.

Kobada Tenements Map

The Kobada Exploration Concession comprises a 215km2 land package, adjacent the Niger River. AGG aquired the property in 2005 from COGEMA, a subsidiary of Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et Minieres ("BRGM"), the Geology Survey of France. The property originaly consisted of four separate concessions, that were amalgamated under “Arrete No 2012-2338/MCMI-SG” on August 9th, 2012.