White Metal $WHM #Resources Partner @Noronex Provides Update on #Exploration #Program

White Metal Resources Corp. (TSXV: WHM) (FRA: CGK1) (OTCMKTS: TNMLF) (“White Metal” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update from its Australian joint venture partner Noronex Limited (ASX: NRX) (“Noronex”) on their current exploration program at the DorWit Copper-Silver Project (the “Property” or “Project”) in Namibia (see Noronex ASX news release dated 8 July 2021). The Namibian Project comprises three Exclusive Prospecting Licences (EPLs) that cover 78,000 hectares, referred to as the Witvlei (EPL 7028 and EPL 7029) and Dordabis (EPL 7030) properties. The Project is prospective for sedimentary hosted Cu-Ag mineralisation within the prolific Kalahari Copper Belt that spans Namibia and Botswana.

Michael Stares, President & CEO of White Metal, stated, “This is great news for our shareholders and I am very pleased to have Noronex as a partner. They continue to demonstrate that they are very committed to moving the DorWit copper-silver project forward and have outlined some exceptional copper targets for drilling. I look forward to receiving the results from the upcoming drilling program.”

Highlights

  • Field visits by the Noronex team were undertaken in May and June to finalise drill planning.  The visits confirmed sub-cropping copper mineralisation at geochemistry soil targets.
  • Five high priority prospects defined for drill testing for large scale sediment hosted copper deposit including:
    • sub-cropping copper at Dalheim with two-kilometre strike extent.
    • gossan float at Gemboksvlei on a one-kilometre-long copper soil anomaly.
    • outcropping copper at Otjiwaru over an 800 m wide zone.
    • a 2.5 by 1.2 km copper-in-soil anomaly in an altered structural zone south of Okasewa.
    • unexplained copper soil anomalies at the Christiadore prospect.
  • Access agreements have been signed with landowners for the commencement of drilling, and a contract with a suitable drilling contractor is currently being finalised.
  • A program of over fifty holes is being planned to test these targets.
  • Trial IP survey is also planned at Gemboksvlei and Okasewa to define their IP signature.
  • Meetings were held in-country with the Ministry of Mines, consultants appointed, and a subsidiary company and bank accounts established.

For additional information on the DorWit copper-silver project, please click the following link:  https://www.whitemetalres.com/dorwit-cu-ag.html

White Metal Resources $WHM Partner Noronex Outlines Wide-Spread Copper Targets, DorWit Copper-Silver Project, Namibia

Thunder Bay, Ontario, 26 May 2021: White Metal Resources Corp. (TSXV: WHM) (FRA: CGK1) (OTCMKTS: TNMLF) (“White Metal” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update from its Australian joint venture partner Noronex Limited (ASX: NRX) (“Noronex”) on their current exploration program at the DorWit Copper-Silver Project (the “Property” or “Project”) in Namibia. The Namibian Project comprises three Exclusive Prospecting Licences (EPLs) that cover 78,000 hectares, referred to as the Witvlei (EPL 7028 and EPL 7029) and Dordabis (EPL 7030) properties. The Project is prospective for sedimentary hosted Cu-Ag mineralisation within the prolific Kalahari Copper Belt that spans Namibia and Botswana.

Highlights from the Noronex exploration program (see Noronex ASX news release 12 May 2021) include:

  • Final data received from the airborne electromagnetic (EM) survey.
  • High priority targets now identified for a large scale sediment hosted copper deposit that have never been drill tested, including:
    • a 2.5 by 1.2 km copper in soil anomaly in an altered structural zone south of Okasewa.
    • a 1.0 x 0.7 km copper in soil anomaly west of historical drill intercepts at Gemboksvlei.
    • a new area at Otjiwaru with a 1.5 km strike soil anomaly.
    • new zones at Dalheim, Okasundu and Christiadore prospect regions.
  • Trial IP survey is planned at the known deposit of Okasewa to define its signature, determine the nature of the EM anomalies and to cover large untested copper soil anomalies.
  • Historical multi-element geochemical surveys, including over seven thousand soil samples completed in 2009, have been compiled and interpreted. This sampling post-dated all previous drilling and geochemical anomalies were never followed up.
  • A GIS database has now been prepared incorporating results of all historic work and recent geophysical surveys with satellite interpretation and structural mapping.
  • A program of over fifty holes is being planned in July/August to test these targets.
  • First JORC Code (JORC 2012) Mineral Resource Estimates on the Company’s four deposits in the Namibian DorWit Project; Malachite Pan, Okasewa, Christiadore and Koperberg (see Noronex ASX news release dated 8 March 2021).

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