Deep South Resources Inc.


Exploration & Development of Copper Projects

Deep-South Resources (DSM:TSXV) is a Canadian company, largely held by Namibian shareholders. Deep-South is actively involved in the acquisition, exploration and development of major mineral properties in Namibia and Canada. Deep-South growth strategy is to focus on the exploration and development of quality assets, in significant mineralized trends, close to infrastructure, in stable countries.

In Namibia, we are guided by integrity values that keep us focused on our purpose: to turn our exploration projects into lasting reality for our empowered Namibian communities. Deep-South is committed to advancing its projects while operating in an environmentally responsible manner.

Deep-South holds a 30% interest in the Haib Copper deposit in the south of Namibia. The remaining 70% is held by Teck Resources. Haib is arguably the oldest porphyry deposit in the world and one of the largest in Africa.

Deep-South also holds an option to acquire 50% of the Lorn Copper project in British Columbia, Canada. The Lorn property is adjacent to Amarc Resources significant Ike project, explored under a partnership with Thompson Creek Metals.

Deep-South is actively seeking other precious and base metals projects in Namibia and in other stable countries.

Acquiring and Developing
Major Mineral Properties

Since 2010, Teck Namibia completed over 14,000 metres of drilling with results such as: 121 m @ 0.5% Cu, 494 m @ 0.36% Cu and 30 m @ 0.81% Cu.

Teck’s work has enable to delineate four higher grade zones (+ 0.50%) within the main deposit and 5 new satellites that will be the target for future exploration programs.

The deposit has a Historic Estimate of 1.3 Bt @ 0.22% Cu including 244 Mt @ 0.37% Cu (Stuart-Williams 2004). There are no Mo assays for this resource estimate. The deposit is roughly 2 km long and 1 km wide, and extends from surface to over 800m deep but only the top 400m was used for the resource estimate.

Momentum Reports


On February 14, 2017, junior mining company Deep-South Resources Inc., (TSX-V: DSM) received a Valentine’s Day card from Canadian securities regulator IIROC announcing that it had halted its stock from trading due to pending material changes. The material changes meant that Deep-South was going to add Teck’s 70% in the Haib Copper Deposit to the 30% it already owned giving it a 100% interest in the largest known copper porphyry deposit in Africa. IIROC lifted the trading halt on February 23, 2017.

Deep-South had been working long and hard on an agreement with Canada’s largest diver- si ied mining company, Teck Resources Ltd., (TSX & NYSE: Teck.A and Teck.B) to acquire all of the Haib Copper Deposit in Namibia by buying Teck’s wholly owned subsidiary Haib Minerals (Pty) Ltd. Haib is a copper molybdenum porphyry deposit that is the oldest in the world and which non-NI 43-101 compliant historical estimates indi-cate may contain up to 1.3 billion tonnes of copper ore at 0.23% Cu.

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