Wednesday 14th November 2018

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Hana reports Botswana Assays of 5.11% Copper, 172 g/t Silver over 5.3m

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningHana Mining Ltd TSXV:HMG announced assays from the Banana zone of its Ghanzi copper-silver project in Botswana. Results include

2.71% copper and 73 g/t silver over 14.6 metres
(including 5.11% copper and 172 g/t silver over 5.3 metres)
1.14% copper and 18 g/t silver over 16 metres
(including 4.02% copper and 85 g/t silver over 2.3 metres)
4.86% copper over 2.5 metres
1.52% copper over 6.6 metres
3.53% copper and 32 g/t silver over 2.8 metres
1.62% copper and 18 g/t silver over 12.9 metres

Chairman/CEO Marek Kreczmer stated, “The discovery of high-grade shoots of mineralization in the footwall sandstones is the result of our geologists having a good understanding of the structural controls on mineralization at the Banana Zone which will result in further discoveries within the Banana Zone. The above results represent probably some the best intersections of copper-silver mineralization yet at the Banana Zone. Not only are we hitting exceptionally high grades, but we are also getting significant widths of mineralization. I was also pleasantly surprised with the discovery of high-grade copper-silver mineralization at depth as this represents a new mineralized setting which we will continue to investigate.”

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Marek Kreczmer

or Patrick Donnelly
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