The program across the Thambani Massif primarily focused on the Chikoleka and Little Ngona targets, which are said to be sites of historical uranium exploration.

Thambani Massif is nepheline-bearing syenite gneiss in the north-eastern part of the license.

Initial set of nine trenches have been examined and sampled. Assay results of 142 soil and rock chip samples returned Uranium, Niobium and Tantalum values ranging up to 4.7% U3O8, 3.25% Nb2O5 in soil and up to 0.42% U3O8, 0.78% Nb2O5 and 972ppm Ta2O5 in rock chips.

Preliminary studies on rock samples from the Little Ngona River and Chikoleka targets showed that pyrochlore group minerals are the principal carriers of Uranium, Niobium and Tantalum for these samples.

The company has so far accumulated satellite imagery for the license area, and conducted ground radiometric surveys, reconnaissance geological mapping and litho-geochemical sampling programs.

A number of potential uranium and associated Nb-Ta targets have been identified over the Thambani Massif.