May 31, 2016 TSX-V: DMR
DAMARA GOLD CORP. (TSX-V:DMR) (“Damara” or the “Company”), is pleased to report that the transaction previously announced on February 18, 2016, whereby Helio Resources Corp. (TSX-V:HRC) (“Helio”), Damara and Osino Resources Corp. (“Osino”) (a private company) agreed to merge their respective interests in Namibia, has been completed.
Damara for its expenditures to date received 22% of the issued shares in Osino Resources Corp.
Helio’s Namibian interest comprised two exploration licenses, mainly EPL 3738 (Wilhelmstal) and EPL 3739 (Otjimbojo) which together are referred to as the Damara Gold Project (“DGP”).
Helio and Damara have agreed to rescind their earn in agreement (see news release dated March 27, 2014), and have transferred their respective interests in DGP to Osino.
Larry Nagy, C.E.O. stated “we are pleased to have partnered with Osino to advance the Damara Gold Project. Osino’s management have a proven track record that includes the exploration and development of the Otjikoto gold deposit and selling the Otjikoto Gold Mine to B2Gold. This agreement allows Damara to focus on identifying, exploring, and developing projects in North America.
Damara Gold Corp. is a TSX Venture listed Canadian public company with a Board of Directors seasoned in the mineral exploration industry with extensive and successful international experience with a focus on identifying and acquiring prospective and under-explored gold properties worldwide.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF DAMARA
Larry Nagy, Chief Executive Officer
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