Si6 Metals

An ASX-listed exploration company focussed on battery and precious metals.

Si6 Metals Limited (ASX: Si6) is an exploration company operating in the Limbopo belt in eastern Botswana and the Laverton gold district in Western Australia.

The Maibele Project in Botswana is a nickel sulphide deposit related to ultramafic intrusions within mobile belt rocks and is broadly similar in style to other ultramafic intrusion-related mobile belt projects such as Nova-Bollinger (ASX:IGO), Julimar (ASX:CHN) and the globally significant Thompson Belt in Canada. These styles of nickel deposit are typified by a suite of associated metals that often include nickel, copper, cobalt and platinum group elements, all of which are present at the Maibele resource. The Maibele project currently hosts a resource of 2.4Mt @ 0.72% Ni and 0.21% Cu + PGMs + Co + Au. The Company’s portfolio contains an advanced Ni-Cu-Co-PGE resource at Maibele North and drilled high-grade Cu-Ag discoveries at Airstrip and Dibete.

The Monument Project in Western Australia is located in a well-established mining district which hosts excellent infrastructure and access including the sealed Leonora-to-Laverton road which runs directly through the Project, a gas pipeline and a sealed airstrip at Laverton. Si6’s 100%-owned MGP currently contains a 3.3Mt @ 1.4g/t Au for 154koz gold resource along banded iron formations (BIF) at both Korong and Waihi deposits. MGP contains multiple target styles of gold mineralisation including BIFs and basalt-hosted, however, significant potential for large-tonnage deposits exists in the intrusion hosted targets which has been the focus since the BIF resource drilling.


Si6 has adopted an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework created by the World Economic Forum which includes 21 core metrics and disclosures. The Company’s strategy is to transition towards long term responsible and sustainable operations which will underpin shareholder value and work has commenced in formalising its strategy around ESG.