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Deep-South Resources Inc. (TSXV:DSM) announces the fourth batch of assay results from its drilling program interrupted in June 2021 at its Haib Copper project in southern Namibia. The program was interrupted when the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia had denied the renewal of the Haib Copper licence EPL 3140. Results from 13 drill holes have been received in full after the renewal denial of the licence, with partial results received for one drill hole. The first six drill holes were previously reported.

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