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The Asia Miner

Bryah Resources has commenced drilling at the high-grade Tumblegum South gold project located within its Gabanintha project in central Western Australia.

Through recent 3D modelling, the Company has identified potential opportunities to extend existing zoned of gold mineralisation.


Proactive Investors

The board members acquired the shares via the recent share placement that raised $2.0 million.



Bryah Resources Ltd has begun a gravity survey at Windalah Gold-Copper prospect within its flagship Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The 1,100-point gravity survey is being done on a 100-metre by 50-metre grid over the prospect where a reverse circulation (RC) drilling program in 2018 identified high-grade gold mineralisation up to 6.69 g/t.



Bryah Resources has commenced a 1,500-metre drill program at its high-grade Tumblegum South Gold Prospect within its Gabanintha Project in Western Australia.

The 16-hole reverse circulation (RC) program will test potential extensions to known high-grade gold mineralisation.



Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive on the completion of a $2 million capital raising with Hartley’s Limited as lead manager.

The placement has been strongly supported by new investors as well as from a number of existing shareholders.


Creamer Media's Mining Weekly

ASX-listed junior Bryah Resources has raised A$2-million through a share placement to fund gold and copper drilling at its Bryah Basin prospect, as well as the Gabanintha project, in Western Australia.

More than 33.33-million new shares were issued, at a price of 6c each.


Kalgoorlie Miner

A Mid West-focused exploration junior has signed a multimillion-dollar joint venture deal with a Singaporean metals company to boost its manganese drilling program in the Bryah Basin, north of Meekatharra. OM Holdings subsidiary OMM has secured a 10 per cent interest in Bryah Resources’ manganese resources through a $1 million initial investment.


Small Caps

Bryah Resources has received OM Holdings’ $250,000 exercise fee – making the progression of the duo’s manganese joint venture official and giving OM a 10% stake in the Bryah Basin project’s manganese rights. OM and Bryah agreed to the joint venture in April this year, with OM spending $500,000 on exploration between April and mid-August.


GOLD explorers lead this week’s raisings, with several seeking more than A$3 million each. Explorer Bryah Resources has secured commitments to raise $2 million at 6c per share.


Small Caps

A day after reporting the manganese joint venture with OM Holdings was going ahead, Bryah Resources has topped up its cash reserves to pursue its gold and copper strategy at its Bryah Basin and Gabanintha projects in Western Australia.