African Copper Corp. Plans Two-Phase Program On Pinette Copper-Silver Property In Botswana

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African Copper Corp. (formerly New York Tutor Co.) is using a newly issued NI43-101 Technical Report to guide development of its highly prospective Pinette Copper-Silver Property Under Acquisition in a phased work program

African Copper Corporation (formerly New York Tutor Company) (the “Company”) (Symbol OTC: ACCS) reports that a newly received NI43-101 compliant Technical Report on the Pinette Copper-Silver Project Prospecting Licenses in the Ghanzi District of Botswana, Africa is providing the groundwork for the Company to execute a phased work program on the Pinette.

Company President Andrew Stone states, “Our new NI43-101 Technical Report is helping guide the development on our Pinette Copper-Silver Project. The reinterpretation of data and geological perspective give us the foundation to launch a phased exploration program in order to verify the initial findings. We expect to initiate these programs in two phases beginning immediately. This will also provide us with a better understanding of the potential scale for copper/silver mineralization across the vast Pinette Property.”

African Copper’s Pinette licenses occupy a long corridor within the Ghanzi Copper Belt, covering approximately 390 kilometers by 40 kilometers (11,091 square kilometers). Located within the Ghanzi and Ngamiland Districts of northwest Botswana, the project area extends in a northeasterly direction between the nearby towns of Ghanzi and Maun.

The report was prepared by Daniel C. Leroux, B.Sc, P.Geo. of A.C.A Howe International Limited. Mr. Leroux is a Qualified Person (“QP”) as set out in National Instrument 43-101.

The study and conclusions obtained by African Copper on the Property suggested that the potential exists for the strike extension of copper mineralization hosted within the contacts of the D’Kar and Ngwanko units in nearby Hana Mining’s property to extend northeast within the Pinette PL080/2010 prospecting license area, as well as into other sections of the African Copper Property to the south.

A Two-Phase Work Program
Based on the report and consultation with geological experts, the work program on the Pinette leases is expected to be carried out in two phases and consist of:
Phase 1) Exploration and interpretation of current data and the addition of new data either acquired by airborne high-resolution magnetic survey over both Pinette license areas or more detailed ground geological surveys. This will be used to identify both geological and structural features associated with Kalahari-type copper/silver mineralization.

Any airborne survey or acquired high resolution magnetic survey data is expected to be enhanced by ground geological surveys, soil sampling (suggested at 50 meter intervals to establish mineralized horizons, and soil sampling MMI imaging (magnetic imaging) over specific cross-lines to detect copper mineralization. This may include up to 2,500 soil samples over the area.

Phase 2) Based on the results of the Phase 1 exploration, African Copper Corp. plans to use the data and interpretation in order to select drill targets for a detailed diamond drilling exploration program. The drilling program may include drilling targets over several thousand meters on multiple targets in order to establish the length and depth of copper/silver mineralization.

The entirety of the phased work program will be designed by management with the Company’s Geological Team, consultants and using data gathered from nearby drilling and/or copper/silver production as possible.

About African Copper Corporation
African Copper Corporation is a mineral exploration company seeking to acquire, explore and develop highly prospective metal projects in Africa. Its core projects, located in Botswana, cover approximately 12,468 square kilometers and are in the center of the Kalahari Copperbelt, recognized as one of the largest exploration copper belts in the world. The Company's shares trade under the symbol ACCS-OTC QB.

For more information see: http://www.africancoppercorp.com
Symbol: OTCQB – ACCS
Berlin Symbol: N3T; WKN: A1T7YY; ISIN: US6501182017
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