Robex Resources Inc.

Robex Resources Inc.

March 10, 2009 09:58 ET

On the ground in Mali-Update

QUEBEC, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - March 10, 2009) - Robex Ressources Inc. (TSX-V: RBX) ispleased to confirm that the current works on the N'Golola Zone of Mininko (seepress release of March 5th 2009) are going very well and samples are on theirway to the ASL Laboratories of Bamako to be analysed. Also, the permits forthe exploitation of Wili-Wili and Wili-Wili West, held by Robex, were renewedon February 17th 2009 for three years. This has officially allowed the team toplan some work there in the near future.

Current work on Mininko -------------------------------
The current works on the N'Golola Zone of the Mininko property are goingvery well and have been extended beyond this zone. A total of 33 pits of 8 to9 meters depth, and a trench 20 meters long, by 1 meter wide have been dug.Thirty-five (35) kg of samples from those works are on their way to the ALSLaboratory of Bamako for analysis. Next Monday, the workers will be moved onto Kamasso, where a lot of orpailleurs (artisanal gold diggers) are nowworking. Kamasso is contiguous to the south end of Mininko. It is locatedbetween the Morila and Syama world-class gold mines.
Wili-Wili and Wili-Wili West permits --------------------------------------------
Wili-Wili and Wili-Wili West are located south of the Yatela, Sadiola andLoulo world-class gold mines exploited by IAMGOLD, who has just confirm a$10.5 million partnership with Merrex Gold (see Merrex press release ofDecember 23th 2008), to develop the Siribaya gold Mining project, a verypromising gold property neighbouring Wili-Wili West. Prior grassroots exploration by Robex led to an important gold discovery(see press release of May 17th 2007 and June 13th 2007). Soil-geochemistryidentified a gold-arsenic anomaly, 2.8km x 600m, coinciding with twostructural systems visible on the regional MAG map. Re-sampling of old pitsfrom the north-central part of the anomaly revealed high gold values. IPresistivity geophysical surveys were carried out following a 100-meter linespacing and have covered a 1.1km by 1.5km area (linear distance of 18km) overthe Fandou zone and a 1.5km by 3.0km area (linear distance of 48km) over theMamoudouya zone. We anticipate that new works should begin on Wili-Wili inApril 2009. For the Board of Directors: Rolland Veilleux, President of the Board of Directors
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