The Kambia Project comprises three (3) licences prospective for copper, gold, zinc and silver within massive sulphide bodies in the northern foothills of the Troodos Mountain. The project area contains the abandoned North Mathiatas and Kokkinochoma mines which are hosted within ancient sea-floor volcanic units. At North Mathiatas, 2,100,000 tonnes of pyrite containing 0.2 % copper was mined. Gold and silver grades were not recorded, but it is reported that between 1936 and 1938, 26,691 ounces gold and 154,719 ounces silver were recovered from near-surface mining at North and South Mathiatas combined. Modern sampling across the 75 metre wide massive pyrite body at the base of the open pit returned consistent grades of 0.36 to 0.48 g/t gold and 0.06 to 0.19 % copper. At Kokkinochoma, 54,666 tonnes of pyrite with unspecified copper and gold grades were mined. Samples of massive sulphide within the abandoned open pit at Kokkinochoma returned maximum values of 0.12 % copper and 0.2 g/t gold. Exploration is continuing at North Mathiatas and Kokkinochoma to define high-value drill targets.