OAKVILLE, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Sept. 1, 2016) – Giyani Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE:WDG) (“Giyani Gold”) is pleased to announce that Corridor Mining Resources (PTY) Ltd. our state-owned partner (“CMR”) has confirmed that the South African Department of Mineral Resources (“DMR”) has provided Rock Island with an acceptance letter for a retention license application submitted relating to their Prospecting Right LP306PR (Louis Moore) and Prospecting Right LP310PR (Klein Letaba-Frankie, Horseshoe and Birthday). The acceptance letter is the last step towards the issuing of the final grant. CMR and Giyani Gold own 45% each of Rock Island and share all corporate costs 50/50 in the South African registered operating company.
“The Rock Island partners had a very productive meeting on August 31, 2016 in Pretoria discussing key issues such as the immediate loan repayment owed to Giyani Gold, granting of our retention licenses and options to improve a way forward designed to realize the true value of these key assets in an improved global gold market. We remain confident in South Africa’s mining environment and we are evaluating a number of opportunities available to spark future growth” stated Giyani’s Executive Chairman, Duane Parnham.
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On behalf of the Board of Giyani Gold Corp.
Duane Parnham, Executive Chairman
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