Rodgerberg is located to the east of the Guchab Canyon, on the eastern end of the GMC. Rodgerberg was worked in the 1920s with small parcels of ore, grading up to 36% copper, being extracted from the mine workings. The mine is famous for producing some of the best known examples of the copper mineral dioptase.

Crystals of dioptase in an outcrop sample at Guchab

Sabre’s exploration program at Rodgerberg has included mapping, rock chipping and channel sampling. Better results have included:

RUUG0001 3 metres @ 10.88% Copper & 473 gpt Silver

RUUG0003 13 metres @ 5.32% Copper & 192 gpt Silver

Rodgerberg is currently a ‘second tier target’ for Sabre in the GMC due to difficulty of access. Exploration will continue on the prospect as the work program advances across the Guchab area.

A photo from inside the underground workings at Rodgerberg



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