On signing, RZJ will pay WHM a non-refundable CAD$100,000 deposit and shall have a three month exclusive due diligence period from signing of the LOA.
At the end of the three month period and a positive due diligence review, RZJ will pay to WHM a total of CAD$500,000 with half in shares (equivalent to CAD$250,000) and half as a cash payment of CAD$250,000.
Upon payment of the CAD$600,000 (above), the Companies will establish a Joint Technical Committee which will give equal vote with respect to exploration work and related expenditures on the Property (White Metal will be the Operator).
RZJ is obliged to spend a total of CAD$500,000 in approved mineral exploration expenditures on the Property (between the three licenses) by the First Anniversary of the settlement date. This is an obligation and not an option.
By the Second Anniversary of the Agreement, RZJ must have spent a total of CAD$1,000,000 in approved mineral exploration expenditures to maintain their Option.
By the Third Anniversary of the Agreement, RZJ must have spent a total of CAD$2,000,000 in approved mineral exploration expenditures, at which time RZJ will have earned a 50% interest in Aloe 237 and in turn the Property. At this stage, RZJ will have the right to assume the role of Operator.
By the Fourth Anniversary of the Agreement, RZJ must have spent a total of CAD$5,000,000 in approved mineral exploration expenditures, at which time RZJ will have earned a 70% interest in Aloe 237 and in turn the Property.
Once a Feasibility report has been completed, RZJ will be granted a 90 day Call Option to acquire the remaining 25% to 26.3% interest in the Property (the interest will depend on the actions of the Local Namibian Partner – see below), the price to be determined by an independent valuation based on the Feasibility report and the prevailing market capitalization at the time.
If the Call Option is not exercised, the Companies will enter into a Joint Venture Agreement (“JV”) with a 70%/25%/5% funding split or a 73.7%/26.3% funding split, depending on the actions of the Local Namibian Partner (see below).
Note: The Local Namibian Partner is carried for exploration expenditures until an independent Pre-Feasibility report is completed and approved by the exchange. At such time, the Local Namibian Partner must decide whether to contribute to future expenditures and maintain their interest or convert their interest to a 5% NPI. This NPI may be purchased by the remaining partners at any time for USD$1M.
About the DorWit Copper-Silver Property
Exclusive Prospecting Licences 7028, 7029, and 7030 (DorWit Property), are located about 150 km east of capital city of Windhoek, Namibia and cover about 65 km of prospective stratigraphy in the Kalahari Copper Belt which extends eastward into Botswana where several major copper deposits occur and are being financed at present (e.g., Cupric Canyon Capital news release dated February 25, 2019). Six historical copper deposits occur within these three licences along with other zones with anomalous copper in historical drill core intercepts which the Company believes can be expanded upon through future exploration. Historical resources (Table 1) are contained within these three mining licenses and were published by the Geological Survey of Namibia (Resources of Namibia, 1999).
Sandfire Resources NL recently announced its bid to acquire MOD Resources Limited for AUS$167 million (see MOD Resources News Release dated June 25, 2019) whose project is located northeast of the Altan Project, on the Kalahari Copper Belt in Botswana. The Company views this transaction as validation of the importance of the Kalahari Copperbelt and its potential to generate substantial copper assets.
Technical information in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Scott Jobin-Bevans (P.Geo.), Vice President Exploration and a Director of White Metal, who is a Qualified Person under the definitions established by the National Instrument 43-101.
This transaction is pending TSX Venture Exchange approval.
About White Metal Resources Corp (TSX-V: WHM):
White Metal Resources Corp. is a junior exploration company exploring in Canada. For more information please visit the Company’s website at www.whitemetalres.com.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of White Metal Resources Corp.
Michael Stares, Director
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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