The Marble Hall Tin Project comprises a prospecting right over four farms surrounding the Vlakfontein tin mine in Limpopo province, South Africa. An application to extend the prospecting area to include the additional portions of the identified mineralisation is yet to be finalised. The project hosts mineralisation in 1-8m thick gently dipping breccia. Historical drilling work sourced from Gold Fields Ltd includes 60 boreholes, which intersected significant mineralisation at relatively shallow depths of over 200m and recorded grades of 1.27% SnO2 over 5m, 0.47% SnO2 over 2m and 0.53% SnO2 over 3m. A potential (non-JORC) resource of 3.75Mt at 0.32% SnO2, representing 12,000 tons of contained tin, was calculated historically but the project was not pursued by Gold Fields.