De Beira Goldfields Inc.
OTC Bulletin Board : DBGF
FRANKFURT : D1Q

De Beira Goldfields Inc.

June 05, 2006 16:53 ET

De Beira Announces Record and Payment Date for 3:2 Forward Stock Split

PERTH, AUSTRALIA--(CCNMatthews - June 5, 2006) - DE BEIRA GOLDFIELDS INC. ("DE BEIRA" or the "Company") (OTCBB:DBGF)(FWB:D1Q) (WKN: A0JDS0) is pleased to announce that the Company has now set the record and payment dates for the previously announced 3:2 forward stock split.

De Beira has set June 12, 2006 for the record date and June 14, 2006 for payment date. All shareholders as of the record date will receive three (3) new shares in exchange for two (2) old shares they hold. The purpose of the split is to broaden the market for the common shares by bringing the market price of the shares within a range that is more attractive to investors. The trading price of De Beira's shares has increased substantially, and the board of directors believes that the stock split will encourage greater market liquidity and wider distribution among retail investors.

About DE BEIRA GOLDFIELDS INC.

DE BEIRA is a Nevada based mineral exploration company. The Company has recently initiated a new program to evaluate undervalued assets for potential addition to its mineral claim portfolio.

The Company has recently entered into an agreement to earn up to 70% interest in the Titiribi Gold / Copper project in Colombia, South America. The agreement with the Goldplata Group of companies allows De Beira to earn an initial interest of 65% by sole funding US$8 million exploration expenditure within a 3 year period. After earning 65%, De Beira can elect to sole fund further expenditure in order to earn another 5% (giving it a total interest of 70%). The additional interest will be earned upon the earlier of completing a bankable feasibility study or spending a further US$12 million, both within a period of no more than 3 years.

The Titiribi Mining District is located 70km southeast of Medellin, Colombia. It comprises an important historic gold - silver producing region with excellent infrastructure and a mining history extending over the last 200 years.

Mining operations focussed historically on high grade (greater than 15g/t Au) gold - silver replacement mantos and fault controlled veins hosted within sedimentary rocks.

Limited modern exploration was undertaken by various companies (Ace Resources Ltd and Goldfields of South Africa) who during the period of sub US$300 gold price delineated a low grade Au-Cu resource. Goldfields drilled 2,500m and estimated a drill indicated resource (not to F43 101) of 220 million tonnes @ approx. 1g/t Au (Au + Cu equivalent) for approx. 7 million oz (porphyry associated Au-Cu-Ag-Mo mineralisation).

As an exploration project the Titiribi area can be considered an under explored, district scale mineral system with a long term proven high grade production history. As high grade (greater than 15g/t Au) mining ceased in the late 1930's, there is significant potential, with modern methods, to delineate resources with grades of up to 5g/t Au which in present circumstances could be converted to mineable deposits.

The Company has identified several target zones for an immediate drilling program, and expects to fast track the drilling programs subject to completion of a 30 day due diligence period.

This Press Release may contain, in addition to historical information, forward-looking statements. These statements may address issues that involve significant risks, uncertainties, estimates and assumptions made by management. Actual results could differ materially from current projections or implied results. Please refer to DE BEIRA's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a summary of important factors that could affect DE BEIRA's forward-looking statements. DE BEIRA undertakes no obligation to revise these statements following the date of this press release.

DE BEIRA GOLDFIELDS INC.

Reg Gillard, Director


Contact Information

  • De Beira Goldfields Inc.
    Reg Gillard
    Director
    +61 (08) 9240 1377
    +61 (08) 9240 2406 (FAX)
    www.debeira.com