DEEP-SOUTH INTERSECTS 156 METRES OF 0.46% CUEQ, INCLUDING 24 METRES OF 0.65% CUEQ FROM 26 METRES DEEP
Deep-South Resources Inc. has provided the second batch of assay results from its current drilling program at its Haib copper project in southern Namibia.
Significant copper and molybdenum intersections include:
HM03: 0.46 per cent copper equivalent over 156 metres, including 24 metres at 0.65 per cent copper equivalent;
HM02: 0.39 per cent CuEq over 74 metres, including six metres at 0.73 per cent CuEq;
HM04: 0.43 per cent CuEq over 26 metres, including four metres at 0.87 per cent CuEq.
Pierre Leveille, president and chief executive officer of Deep-South, stated: "We continue to have success with our active drill program identifying thick, higher-grade zones. We are consistently intercepting significantly higher grades than the average grade of our NI [National Instrument] 43-101 indicated resource that stands at 0.31 per cent Cu. The higher-grade zone in pit 2 extends significantly further west and at depth than previously demonstrated
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