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  • Deep-South Resources’ (DSM) Environmental Project Briefs submitted to the Zambia Environmental Management Agency have been approved
  • The team started mobilizing on November 8 and will soon start the soil sampling program on the three licences
  • The program consists of geochemical soil sampling on each licence with the aim of identifying anomalies and defining drilling targets
  • CEO Pierre Leveille sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the program
  • Deep-South Resources is focused on the exploration and development of assets in mineralized trends in stable countries
  • Deep-South Resources (DSM) is unchanged, trading at $0.07 per share

Deep-South’s (DSM) Environmental Project Briefs have been given the green light.

The Zambia Environmental Management Agency granted the approval.

The team started mobilizing on November 8 and will soon start the soil sampling program on the three licences.

The program consists of geochemical soil sampling on each licence with the aim of identifying anomalies and defining drilling targets.

CEO Pierre Leveille sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the program.

Deep-South Resources is focused on the exploration and development of assets in mineralized trends in stable countries. The company holds an interest in the Haib Copper Project in Namibia, Africa.

Deep-South Resources (DSM) is unchanged trading at $0.07 per share.


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