Robex is a junior Canadian mining exploration & development company with nine permits located in Mali, western Africa. Mali is currently Africa’s third most important gold producing country. Three of Robex’s permit are situated in southern Mali (Mininko, Kamasso and N’Golopene) while the six others are located in the western area of the country (Diangounte, Sanoula, Kolomba, Moussala, Wili-Wili and Wili-Wili west). Robex is presently working towards developing its permits which indicate favourable geology with ore potential.
Robex Provides Update on Work Progress at Nampala Mine, Mali
Robex Prepares to Restart Nampala Mine
Robex Now Able to Begin Work to Restart Nampala Mine
Nampala Mine to Start on Schedule
Robex Confirms Closing of CDN$3.5 Million Temporary Credit Facility for Nampala Mine in Mali
Robex Resources Announces Completion of Phase-1 Construction for Nampala Plant
Robex Increases Production Target By 53% Following $4 Million Funding
Robex Resources Receives Positive Trenching Results from Moussala Permit
Robex Resources Receives Encouraging Gold Results from Nampala Mine
Robex Resources Provides Update on Nampala Deposit Drill Program
Robex Resources Announces Trenching Program at Moussala Permit
Robex Resources Resumes Drilling at Mininko Permit
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