MiningMaven Podcast 119 - with Bert Monro of Cora Gold (CORA)

Jul 19, 2019, 11:46 AM
Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Bert Monro, business developer at Cora Gold (LSE:CORA).
 
Cora is an exploration company operating in two world-class gold regions in West Africa. The company’s prime focus presently is to develop the Sanankoro project in the Yanfolila Gold Belt in Mali, and it’s released positive drilling results from there this morning. Bert discusses the results, gives an overview of Cora’s other interests and highlights the company’s institutional shareholder base.
 
This interview was recorded on 19th July 2019.
 
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