Aftermath Silver Ltd. provided an update on target generation work underway at the Berenguela Ag-Cu-Mn project in southern Peru. The technical team has been reviewing historic field work carried out by previous operators of the project including Rio Tinto (RTZ). Metallurgical test work is also underway on silver-copper-manganese mineralization and Aftermath anticipates reporting on this work in February.

Based on a review of historic geophysical data, Aftermath believes that there is potential for bulk-tonnage porphyry and/or skarn-hosted copper mineralisation approximately 4km to the southwest of the Berenguela Ag -Cu-Mn project. Work is ongoing to further define the targets. Aftermath will also be following up on Hole BED 006, drilled by Silver Standard in 2015 on the northeast corner of the current resource, which returned 123 metres of 1.17% copper, partly associated with brecciated dioritic intrusives.

Geochemical Program and Ground Magnetic Survey. In 2018, Valor Resources Ltd. completed a systematic geochemical rock-chip sampling program on a sample spacing of roughly 50m in the southwest of the Berengela concessions; 198 samples were collected. This program was limited to the west and south by the edge of the Berenguela land package, and to the east by lack of outcrop.

There was no evidence of outcropping mineralization to the north and no sampling was carried out there.