Robex Resources Inc.

Robex Resources Inc.

March 28, 2007 09:30 ET

Robex - Wili-Wili Project geophysics completed, drilling to start

MONTREAL, March 28 - Robex Resources Inc (TSX-V: RBX) is
pleased to announce that it has just completed two IP geophysical surveys on
March 6, on the Fandou and the Mamoudouya zones of the Wili-Wili property
located in West Mali. A 6,000-meter RC drilling program will begin in
mid-April 2007.
The IP resistivity geophysical surveys were carried out using 100-meter
line spacing and covered a 1.1 km by 1.5 km area (linear distance of 18 km)
over the Fandou zone and a 1.5 km by 3.0 km area (linear distance of 48 km)
over the Mamoudouya zone.

Fandou Zone

The IP resistivity geophysical survey over Fandou (fig. 1) shows 4
well-developed resistivity axis oriented N 0 degree in an area located between
a very resistive homogenous zone oriented N 15 degrees to the west, and a very
conductive homogenous zone oriented N 0 degree to the east.
These 4 resistivity axis superimpose upon the Au and As anomaly
discovered in June 2006 (see PR 13-06). Resistivity axis no. 1 coincides in
the Northern part with the no. 1 trench that returned 2.29 g/t Au over 13
meters in January 2007 (see PR 01-07) and where 5 pits had returned grades
between 3 and 12 g/t Au over 9 meters in June 2006 (see PR 13-06). Figure 1
showing the Fandou Zone, the trench and the IP gradient resistivity may be
consulted at

Mamoudouya Zone

The IP resistivity geophysical survey over Mamoudouya (fig. 2) shows
well-structured resistivity axis oriented N 15 degrees with sub-axis oriented
N 0 degree to N 45 degrees, most probably linked with secondary faults
oriented N 45 degrees. This ensemble of resistivity axis is framed on each
side by two well-defined conductive zones, oriented N 15 degrees. Their
directions coincide with major regional structures.
In 1992, The BRGM (Geological and Mining Research Bureau) of Mali
intersected the following values in 6 trenches over the Mamoudouya zone,
represented in figure 2 of the IP resistivity geophysical survey:

Trench no. Grade g/t Au Width meter
T 12 1.37 8
T13 1.07 14
T14 1.39 8
T15 2.13 12
T16 2.30 6
T17 2.35 24

The results appear relatively high considering the fact that the BRGM
trenches were almost always located outside the most promising resistivity
axis zones (see fig. 2).
Moreover, a large placer has been identified at the southern limit of the
figure 2 map. It is topographically lower than the target zone which is also
located on a topographic corridor oriented N 15 degrees, inclined to the
South, that is towards the placer. Note that South of the BRGM trenching
limits, the Mamoudouya valley is covered by relatively thick surface deposits
that may have blocked geochemical signals. Figure 2 showing the Mamoudouya
Zone, the BRGM trenches and the IP gradient resistivity may be consulted at

Projected drilling

A 6,000-meter RC drilling program will begin in mid-April 2007 over the
Fandou and Mamoudouya targets. We foresee first drilling the two zones
following East-West oriented lines spaced at 400 meters apart. Depending on
the results obtained from the first drill holes subsequent drilling will be
undertaken with a spacing of 200 meters between the lines, then eventually at
100 meters.
Important bulldozer work is currently in progress to facilitate access to
this property, which is very difficult to access, particularly south of the
Falémé River.

Robex Resources Inc TSX-V: RBX is a Canadian mining exploration and
development company focusing on Mali, West Africa. Mali is currently the 4th
most important gold producing country in Africa. Robex' permanent exploration
office is located in Mali, and is operated by senior geologists with an
extensive experience in West African mining exploration. The team works on
projects the Company already owns and is always on the lookout for new
projects with favourable geology and a high potential for the discovery of
world-class gold deposits. This permanent presence in Mali has allowed Robex
to become one of the most active exploration and development companies in West
Africa. In 2005, Robex was the third most important mining company operating
in Mali in terms of investment in exploration.

This Press Release and the within disclosure have been reviewed by
Richard Savard, Geologist, President and CEO of Robex Resources Inc. and a
Qualified Person in accordance with NI 43-101.

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or accuracy of this release.


Richard Savard, President and CEO

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