The estimates of tonnages and grades quoted in this report were prepared prior to publication of National Instrument 43-101 in 2001 and are considered as Historical Estimates.The historical grades and resources terminology from the original historical reports are to be used only as a reference and should not be considered as a current mineral resource under NI 43-101 but are to be considered as Historical Estimates as per the NI 43-101 Rules and Policies.Behre Dolbear report was produced from a geostatistical block model completed 1996 by Great Fitzroy Mineral by (“GFM”).The Historical Estimate comprised principally the compilation and verification of the all drillhole data incorporating all available data to the end of the Rio Tinto Zinc programme completed in 1975 and comprising over 50,000 metres of drilling.Our data base also comprises 108 well preserved drilling cores from 45,000 meters of drilling carried out by Rio Tinto Zinc in the 1970’s.The work currently currently in progress will enable to finalize the 3D model, re-estimate the resource and validate the economics.The Haib Cu-Mo deposit is arguably the oldest porphyry deposit in the world, which hosts easily identifiable porphyry veins and alteration.The principal mineralised hosts at Haib are a quartz feldspar porphyry and a feldspar porphyry rock.
They may be difficult to come by in villages and smaller clinics.
Our most recent focus is: 2018-01-16 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.
Erika: Feminine hygeine products are relatively easy to come by in Namibia.
The Haib project is a large copper-molybdenum porphyry deposit located in the Karas region of southern Namibia, 8 km from the Orange River and the South African border.
The deposit is a porphyry copper-molybdenum dating from the Archean age.