QUEBEC, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Sept. 12, 2016) - Robex Resources Inc. ("Robex" and / or "the Company") (TSX VENTURE:RBX)(FRANKFURT:RB4) is pleased to announce that they have recovered the Kamasso permit, in Mali, of which they had already had exploration rights from 2004 to 2013, and on which they had invested an amount of $ 1,076,052 in research and exploration work.
This Kamasso permit is immediately adjacent to the Nampala mine and has an area of 100 km². In comparison, the Mininko permit (Nampala) has an area of 62 km².
Robex is pleased with this new because the Kamasso permit offers very interesting prospects - it is located on the southern extension of the stratigraphic and structural sequence in which the Nampala deposit is located - It is located a few kilometers from Nampala - Exploration work previously carried out had helped to identify several geochemical anomalies in soils including the Sikoro, as well as those of Kadjila and Sirakoroni confirmed by wells and short-destructive surveys - The completion of a geological map using aerial and satellite images and airborne geophysical survey of the Sysmine project on the overall of the Kamasso permit had also showed the continuation of large structures of the Nampala anomaly (Mininko permit) defined by faulting and fracture networks .
Mr. Georges Cohen, president and CEO of the company said: "We are very pleased to have recovered the Kamasso research and mining permit, in Mali because it is strategically well positioned, near from the Nampala mine. We want to thank the Malian government who took into consideration our efforts in the reassignment of the permit."
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The geological information in this press release has been verified by Jacques Marchand, P.Eng. Geol. independent qualified person under NI 43-101.
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