Hana Receives Additional Results for Ghanzi Copper-Silver Project, Exploration on Other Targets in Progress

source: The Earth Times

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — 03/06/08 — Hana Mining Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: HMG) is pleased to report results from four new holes completed as part of its ongoing 10,000-meter diamond drilling program at its sediment-hosted Ghanzi Copper-Silver Project in Botswana, Africa. All four holes intersected varying amounts of copper-silver mineralization within the H-I area. Highlights include 7.0 meters grading 1.80% copper, 23.98 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 674 parts per million (ppm) molybdenum and 3.28 ppm rhenium in hole HA-10-D. This intercept includes a very high-grade section that returned 0.5 meters grading 20.5% copper, 285 g/t silver, greater than 10,000 ppm molybdenum and greater than 50 ppm rhenium.

“We are extremely pleased with the results from drilling at Ghanzi to date,” said Peter Wilson, President of Hana Mining. “At the same time, we believe that the [continue reading]

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