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  • Robex Resources (RBX) announced strike extension drilling results at the SGA Complex on its property in Guinea
  • Drilling has increased the strike length of the Gobelé A, B and C mineralized structures of the SGA Complex within the pre-feasibility study pit shell from 450 metres to 1,000 metres and remains open along strike in both directions
  • The northeastern extension has a pronounced BLEG Au-in-soil footprint extending for an additional 1.5 km, while the southwestern extension is represented by a 1,000-metre BLEG Au-in-soil anomaly, which represents a pronounced geological fault on the property
  • Robex Resources Inc. (RBX) was up 4.55 per cent, trading at C$0.345 per share as of 09:55 am ET

Robex Resources (RBX) announced strike extension drilling results at the SGA Complex on its property in Guinea.

Drilling has increased the strike length of the Gobelé A, B and C mineralized structures of the SGA Complex within the recently completed independent pre-feasibility study pit shell from 450 metres to 1,000 metres and remains open along strike in both directions.

The northeastern extension has a pronounced BLEG Au-in-soil footprint extending for an additional 1.5 km, while the southwestern extension is represented by a 1,000-metre BLEG Au-in-soil anomaly that ends sharply at the Kéléro River, a feature which represents a pronounced geological fault on the property. Drilling has remained ongoing at the SGA Complex.

Dan Tucker, Mining Manager for Robex, commented this northern extension of the SGA Complex demonstrates a near-term upside resource and reserve potential outside of the PFS pit shells.

“These high-grade results will add significant value to the SGA Complex given the proximal positioning to the main pit.”

The company’s Exploration Manager, Andrew de Klerk, added that the prospectivity of the strike extension of the SGA Complex has been demonstrated by this delineation drilling campaign.

“Detailed mapping, trenching, and auger drilling beyond the current PFS pit shells at SGA and Sabali South is currently underway to ascertain the potential of the pronounced BLEG Au-in-soil anomalies of these extensions that remain untested. Results from these field campaigns will be followed by RC drilling in 2023.”

Robex Resources is an exploration and mining development company. It holds four exploration permits, namely Kolomba, Mininko, Sanoula, and Kamasso are all located in Mali, in West Africa. The Nampala mine is a simple concentrator, completely geared towards the performance of the process.

Robex has implemented a corporate strategy that aims to take on mining projects that are relatively small compared to major players in the industry. The company is now striving to grow in West Africa by acquiring and developing new mines.

Robex Resources Inc. (RBX) was up 4.55 per cent, trading at C$0.345 per share as of 09:55 am ET.


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