Wednesday 28th September 2016

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Hana reports Botswana Results of 15 g/t Silver, 0.85% Copper over 53m

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. Highlights include

15 g/t silver and 0.85% copper over 53 metres
(including 206 g/t silver and 11.22% copper over 2.9 metres)
11 g/t silver and 0.95% copper over 62.7 metres
(including 80 g/t silver and 5.45% copper over 3.6 metres)
17 g/t silver and 1.21% copper over 24.2 metres
(including 48 g/t silver and 3.32% copper over 8.1 metres)
8 g/t silver and 1.03% copper over 33 metres
(including 38 g/t silver and 2.46% copper over 2.9 metres)
5 g/t silver and 0.49% copper over 27 metres
(including 23 g/t silver and 1.36% copper over 3.3 metres)

CEO/Chairman Marek Kreczmer stated, “Several months ago our geologists were tasked to formulate a new geological model which would allow us to identify areas within the Banana Zone and other parts of the Ghanzi Project that may host high-grade copper-silver mineralization. After a concerted core re-logging campaign involving over 300 drill holes and interpretation, our geological team was able to identify additional stratigraphic and structural parameters which may contribute to the deposition of high-grade copper-silver mineralization. This hypothesis is currently being currently tested with tremendous success in the Northeast Fold area. Later we will test this geological model elsewhere at the Banana Zone and other areas of the Ghanzi Project. Because of time constraints not all of these drill holes will be included in the upcoming preliminary economic assessment, but they will be included in the forthcoming feasibility study.”

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Contact:
Marek Kreczmer
CEO
Patrick Donnelly
VP of Corporate Development
604.676.0824

by Greg Klein

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