Deep-South confirms Sedar filling of its 43-101 Resource estimation report on Haib Copper in Namibia
Vancouver, B.C., Canada – January 17, 2018 – Deep-South Resources Inc. ("Deep-South" or “the Company") (TSX-V: DSM) announced today that the independent NI 43-101 Resource estimation report on the Haib Copper project in Namibia has been filed on SEDAR. The report is accessible at www.sedar.com and on the Deep-South website at www.deepsouthresources.com.
About Deep-South Resources Inc.
Deep-South Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration company largely held by Namibian shareholders and Teck Resources Ltd, which holds about 35% of Deep-South share capital. Deep-South is actively involved in the acquisition, exploration and development of major mineral properties. Deep-South currently holds 100% of the Haib Copper project in Namibia, one of the largest copper porphyries in Africa. Deep-South’s growth strategy is to focus on the exploration and development of quality assets, in significant mineralized trends, close to infrastructure, in politically stable countries.
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Deep-South discloses a NI 43-101 Indicated Resource of 457 mt @ 0.31% CU and an Inferred Resource of 342 mt @ 0.29% CU and mets is near to completing a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) on Haib Copper in Namibia.
Deep-South has closed a private placement