Superior Mining International Corporation
TSX VENTURE : SUI

Superior Mining International Corporation

July 27, 2011 10:35 ET

Superior Mining Announces a Renewed Focus on South Africa, Mangalisa Project and Refines New Zealand Property Portfolio

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 27, 2011) - Superior Mining International Corporation (the "Company" or "Superior") (TSX VENTURE:SUI) announced today that Brent Butler, the newly appointed President and CEO, has conducted a review of all of Superiors' properties to ascertain their exploration merit.

Based on this review, the Company has decided to concentrate its resources on advancing its 87% owned Mangalisa gold reef property in the Free State of South Africa, where two phases of drilling have intersected a conglomerate reef with anomalous gold and uranium grades (see June 30, 2011 news release).

In New Zealand, the Company will focus on its existing 100% owned Collingwood gold, hard rock and alluvial, project and Victory North and Ross South gold alluvial projects. The Company will no longer pursue its two option agreements for the Victory Property and the Otama Property.

Brent Butler, President and CEO of the company, commented that "these decisions now allow Superior to focus on its flagship Mangalisa property that is adjacent to Harmony Gold's Masimong 5 Mine. This is a new discovery and the Board of Superior is excited about the future of this project. The targeted New Zealand portfolio will now allow Superior to focus on key areas within major historic goldfields. Superior is now well positioned to advance its exploration projects."

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Superior Mining International Corporation

Brent Butler, President & CEO

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