Mining high grade zinc, copper and gold in Fiji with Bryce Bradley of Thunderstruck

At Mines and Money London we managed to interview the frantically busy Bryce Bradley, fresh from giving her presentation to a packed house.

Bryce gave us a rundown on what Thunderstruck have been up to in 2018. They have four properties on Fiji, all 100% owned by Thunderstruck. These deposits are rich in high grade zinc, copper and gold. It’s been a year of ‘boots on the ground’ for Thunderstruck, with ongoing geophysics in 2018 before spending the upcoming rainy season crunching the numbers and seeing what they’ve found before finalising their drill targets for 2019.

Looking forward to 2019 it sounds like an exciting time – with a number of infrastructure improvements already made to help with the drilling programme, whilst Bryce tells us the opportunity is there to exploit some of these resources with joint venture partners.

About Thunderstruck Resources
Thunderstruck Resources is a Canadian mining exploration company with highly prospective VMS and Precious Metals projects on the main island of Viti Levu, Fiji.
The Company provides investors with exposure to a diverse portfolio of assets rich in zinc, copper, silver and gold in a politically safe and stable jurisdiction. You can keep up to date with Thunderstruck by visiting their website, following them on Twitter @AWETSXV and connecting with them on LinkedIn.

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