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INV reports Namibia Assays as high as 119.8 g/t Silver over 19m

September 22nd, 2011

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningINV Metals Inc TSX:INV announced assay results from its Kaoko copper-silver property in Namibia. Highlights include

119.8 g/t silver and 2% copper over 19 metres
(including 410.3 g/t silver and 6.4% copper over 5 metres)
24.4 g/t silver and 1.2% copper over 20 metres
(including 59.6 g/t silver and 2.8% copper over 7 metres)

CEO Robert Bell commented, “We are pleased to announce that significant copper mineralization was discovered at two new target areas within the Kaoko property. INV Metals continues to build upon its mandate to unlock multiple copper discoveries and to identify new targets within the extensive Kaoko property in addition to the inferred resource at the Okohongo deposit. A follow-up drill program is planned to commence in October to determine the extent of the mineralization at both targets.”

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Contact:
Candace MacGibbon
President/CFO
416.703.8416

or Robert Bell
CEO
416.703.8416

by Ted Niles

INV reports Namibia Assays of 18.6 g/t Silver, 1.1% Copper over 10m

March 17th, 2011

INV Metals Inc TSX:INV announced results from the Okohongo Target of its Kaoko Property in northwestern Namibia. Assays include 0.8% copper and 14.9 g/t silver over 6 metres, 1.1% copper and 18.6 g/t silver over 10 metres (including 1.6% copper and 27.1 g/t silver over 4 metres), 1.8% copper and 40.6 g/t silver over 31 metres (including 2.8% copper and 67.7 g/t silver over 15 metres), and 2.5% copper and 42.7 g/t silver over 5 metres.

CEO Robert Bell said, “The second phase drill results at Okohongo are very encouraging and indicate that this near-surface deposit hosts copper-silver mineralization that extends over 600 metres in strike length and up to 400 metres down dip, including a thicker, high-grade zone over at least 200 metres of strike. The mineralization appears to be open both along strike and at depth. The company plans to commence a 2,800-metre drill program at Okohongo in April to further delineate the deposit, assess the viability of preparing an initial inferred resource and to provide material for preliminary metallurgical testing. The potential for additional, proximate, high-grade copper-silver deposits in similar geological environments is substantial. In addition to the Okohongo drilling, an aggressive two drill program will commence in April at the Oruvandjai target.”

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Contact:
Candace MacGibbon
President/CFO
416.703.8416

or Robert Bell
CEO
416.703.8416

by Ted Niles