The project includes the Mininko exploration permits covering 62 km2. Robex owns 100% of the permit and a 1% NSR is liable. It is on this property that the Nampala mine is located. It is located around 57 km to the southwest of the town of Sikasso and 21 km south of Niéna village, which is accessible via the trail from the Nampala mine. Geologically, it is located in the South Mali window, in the inferior Proterozoic age Birrimian bedrock, where the Syama, Morilla, and Nampala gold deposits were found. The project includes the operation permit of the Nampala deposit, and is located 35 km north-northeast of the Syama deposit and 92 km southwest of the Morilla deposit.
The region of the permit has been explored in detail since 1980, and soil geochemistry, geology, geophysics, and surveys revealed potential areas for exploration. The work has defined several gold targets, one of which became the Nampala deposit. Geochemical and geophysical studies have been planned on this property to determine drilling sites conducive to discoveries that may lead to future exploitation.