Wednesday, October 17, 2007

New gold bearing hard rock formation in Sierra Leone

Sierra Gold Corporation has just received news from its operational manager about a new gold bearing hard rock formation in Sierra Leone. The new zone is narrow but runs for a number of miles in each strike direction. The gold in hard rock is visible. Samples collected were taken from the new hard rock formation and are being processed using local methods. Results of the gold grades are expected shortly. A recent article, ''Check This Area Out,'' dated September 26, 2007 published in ''Stockhouse BullBoards,'' stated that ''The Birimian trend (West Africa) is a distinct geological trend and currently the base for the fastest growing gold production and exploration area in the world.'' The article compared West African geology to that of the Canadian Shield and its current development in gold mining to what occurred in the Nevada ''Carlin belt'' in the early 1990s. Sierra Gold's geological team will continue to investigate and further explore the new hard rock formation. Sierra Gold is engaged in the exploration and development of gold and diamond properties in West Africa. The Birimian greenstone belt of West Africa has had a long history of gold mining and prospecting. Sierra Leone's neighbors, Ghana and Mali, are the second and third largest gold producers in all of Africa.

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