Simberi Mining Corporation
TSX VENTURE : SAU

Simberi Mining Corporation

September 04, 2007 13:49 ET

Simberi Grants Extension to Period for Completion of Amari Due Diligence

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 4, 2007) - Simberi Mining Corporation ("Simberi"), (TSX VENTURE:SAU) announces today that it has agreed to extend by an additional 60 days, the due diligence period set out in clause 3.5 of the Earn-In Agreement with Amari Holdings Ltd ("Amari"). As envisaged in the Earn-In Agreement between Simberi, NCDRC, PTM and Amari signed in July 2007, Amari has requested this extension due to the complexities of dealing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As such, Amari will have a total of 120 days from the Effective Date to complete its due diligence.

About Simberi:

Simberi is a junior resource company focused on the exploration and acquisition of developed low cost precious and base metal projects internationally. The company's main exploration project is the Kakanda Project copper/cobalt project in that Democratic Republic of the Congo. On site exploration of this project is being managed by Amari Holdings Simberi's joint venture partner. Simberi is also involved in several joint venture projects in Australia primarily in the G-2 corridor that is the host for the Olympic Dam type copper/uranium/gold deposits.

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