Saraya, located in the south-east of Senegal, is considered an advanced-stage exploration project which was partially explored by French Government-owned Areva prior to 2010.
An estimated 48,000m of historical drilling data is contained in summary reports. There are several other untested uranium anomalies within the Saraya Project area which will be evaluated.
The Saraya project is mainly hosted by granites and pegmatite units. The pegmatites can be prospective for lithium, tin, tantalum and niobium, with spodumene (lithium minerals) having been visually reported within pegmatites.
Haranga plans to validate historical data and undertake systematic follow-up exploration, with potential to define significant uranium resources.