Gold occurs in the steeply dipping orebody localized on the Anfo Fault that includes a limestone footwall and a hanging wall of thin siliciclastic rock. It can be seen in the figure below that the engineers utilize both transverse and longitudinal equally to tackle the complexity of the orebody.
Referring to the image above it can be seen that in Zone 2, transverse longhole is used because the orebody width exceeds 18m, primary stopes are developed by crosscutting across the orebody from the levels in the limestone footwall. These primary crosscuts are 4.3 m wide by 4.6 m high in waste and then expanded to a width of 7.3 m once in ore. The numbers for Zone 2 can be seen in the following table.