KUYA SILVER discovers new gold-bearing vein at BETHANIA SILVER project
Kuya Silver Corporation President and CEO, David Stein, announced new discoveries at the Bethania Silver Project in Huancavelica, Peru, made through its ongoing surface sampling program. In November 2021, Kuya commenced a ...
Kuya Silver Corporation President and CEO, David Stein, announced new discoveries at the Bethania Silver Project in Huancavelica, Peru, made through its ongoing surface sampling program.
In November 2021, Kuya commenced a renewed surface sampling program at the Project, where samples were taken around the Bethania Mine area and along strike at the Hilltop Zone.
David Stein stated, "With numerous mineralized veins and structures right at surface, mapping and sampling the vein systems keeps providing us with more and more exciting targets. In the past, rudimentary exploration of the Bethania veins through underground tunnelling gave us a great starting point, our surface sampling program combined with drilling is revealing a bigger and more complex vein system with significant growth potential. On top of that, now that we have a district-scale land package under our control, we can repeat our exploration process on several other high-priority targets nearby." Stein says recently, the group received construction authorization for its Bethania Process Plant, permitting construction of a 350 tonne per day processing plant, a tailings management facilities, and other infrastructure.
On February 21, the Company filed a technical report with an effective date of January 6, 2022, prepared in accordance with the Canadian Securities Administrators' National Instrument 43‐101 ‐ Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43‐101").
Kuya Silver is actively engaged in building on a strong legacy of working cooperatively with the local Poroche community to develop a mutually beneficial, safe and sustainable mining business in the region.