Platinum Group starts new exploration on Waterberg Extension Prospecting Rights

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Platinum Group Metals announces that the Department of Mineral Resources of South Africa has granted Prospecting Rights and consent for prospecting to commence on the Waterberg Extension Rights covering approximately 530 square kilometers immediately adjacent and north of the newly discovered 17.5M inferred ounce Waterberg Platinum and Palladium deposit (167M tonnes grading 3.26 grams per tonne of platinum, palladium and gold announced September 3). A total of 7 drills have been mobilized to commence drilling targeting the potential extension of the Bushveld Complex and the Waterberg Platinum deposit by drilling holes spaced 1 kilometer or more apart over approximately 20 kilometers. The company holds an effective 87% interest in the Waterberg Extension Prospecting Rights. The Extension Rights adjoin immediately to the north of the Waterberg Joint Venture where the company holds an effective 49.9% interest with JOGMEC, the Japanese State Company, and a private empowerment partner holding the balance. Recent detailed airborne gravity and magnetic surveys completed by the company over the known deposit and the Extension Permits provide signatures that clearly correlate to the shallow edge of the Waterberg deposit and provide obvious shallow targets along strike from the current northern edge of the drilled off deposit.

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