Haranga Resources completed the regional termite mound sampling of their 1,650km2 Saraya Uranium Project in Senegal.

The collected samples were processed using Haranga’s in-house portable X-ray fluorescence device.

Results revealed anomalous uranium readings ranging from 7 to 45 parts per million and identified a central anomalous corridor of over 30km in length, including the Saraya JORC resource.

The survey further delineated 15 new anomalous targets for additional sampling and testing.

The company has planned six new infill grids at a spacing of 200m by 50m, focusing on areas like the Bembou and Baraberi grids that test the western boundary of the Saraya Granite, as well as southern anomalies such as the Samecouta grid.