Damara Announces Sale of Osino Shares

August 10, 2017                                                                                       TSX-V: DMR

DAMARA GOLD CORP. (TSX-V:DMR) (“Damara” or the “Company”), reports that subject to certain approvals, the Company has agreed to sell its holdings of 9,039,560 Osino Resource Corp. shares (“Osino Shares”) at a price of $0.05 per share for gross proceeds of $451,978 to arms-length purchasers.

As the proposed sale of the Osino Share’s represents more than 50% of the Company’s assets the Company will be required to obtain and provide to the TSX Venture Exchange (“Exchange”) as a condition to Exchange’s acceptance of the sale of the Osino Shares, written confirmation from shareholders holding not less than 50% of the Company’s issued and outstanding shares that they will vote in favour of the proposed sale of the Osino Shares.

Upon completion of the sale of the Osino Shares the net proceeds will be allocated for working capital and project acquisitions.

The Company confirms there are no finders’ fees applicable to the sale of the Osino Shares.

About Damara

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.

“Larry Nagy”
Larry Nagy, Chief Executive Officer

For additional information visit Damara’s website at www.damaragoldcorp.com or contact:
Damara Gold Corp.
Larry Nagy
Chief Executive Officer or
Terese Gieselman
Chief Financial Officer
Ph: (250-768-0009)
NR: 17-04

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