Ghana Gold Corp.
The company is pursuing the gold and silver industry in Ghana.
Ghana Gold Corporation is a gold exploration and development company in production in Ghana. Ghana is among the most mining friendly countries in the world with staunch land title regulations. As Africa's second largest gold producer with an estimated 2 billion ounces still un-mined, mining concessions in Ghana are among the most sought after in the world.
The management of Ghana Gold Corporation has invested years in planning and developing local and national relationships with cultural and government leaders, both key to its strategic land positions on the world-famous Ashanti Gold Belt.
Ghana Gold's Corporation projects range from alluvial production to exploration of hard rock concessions. Current production has commenced with alluvial (surface mining) while the team prepares to conduct testing for hard rock deposits within existing properties.
The Corporation is also constantly reviewing new gold projects to further expand its mining options and bring added value to shareholders.Ghana Gold's current portfolios of properties provide the company both lucrative immediate gold positions while also providing for future growth requirements.
In addition to its producing site in Western Region, management has secured alluvial and hard rock sites on the world-famous and proven Ashanti Gold Belt. The Jukwa and Grumesa sites serve as a significant springboard for Ghana Gold's leap into the big leagues of hard rock producers in 2013
Ghana Gold Corporation has focused its exploration and acquisitions on the well-mineralized Ashanti Gold Belt. The Ashanti has long been hailed as one of the world's major sources of gold. Most of Ghana's past production of over 120 million ounces derived from the Ashanti belt. The Ashanti, is home to several of the world's major producers, including Anglo Gold Ashanti in Obuasi; where reports indicate an average production of 1,100 kilo per month. Still even with a prolific past history of gold production, there is an estimated 2 billion ounces of un-mined gold within Ghana. Ghana Gold Corporation will continue to utilize its' hybrid plan of exploration and production by immediately commencing alluvial production while simultaneously undertaking the more time consuming process of hard rock reserve testing and evaluation.