Day: July 5, 2012

Surface Land and Mineral Processing Mine Permit Granted and Received for Carmen Silver-Gold Mine Project, Sonora Mexico; Resignation of Director James Bradshaw

Silver Scott Mines, Inc. is pleased to announce the receipt of mining and processing permit approval from Semarnat (“Secretaria de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales”), the Mexican Federal environmental agency, and the associated granted Change of Use of Soil zoning for mining within 20 hectares. Payment for change of Soil Use zoning for the site changing from agriculture to mining was made in connection with the mining permit.

Baja shareholder balks at funding Boleo project

Baja Mining Corp’s largest shareholder, Mount Kellett Capital Management LP, said it will not provide debt or equity financing for the Canadian miner’s Boleo copper-cobalt-zinc project in Mexico.

Gryphon Gold Mourns the Loss of Director

Gryphon Gold Corporation, a gold exploration, development and production company focused on its Borealis Oxide Heap Leach Project in Nevada regretfully announced today the death of Donald W. Gentry, a member of its Board of Directors, on Monday, July 2, 2012. Dr. Gentry, 69, had served as a director of the Company since 2005.

Mundoro Identifies Compelling Drill Target at its 100% Owned Camargo Property in Mexico

Mundoro Capital Inc. is pleased to announce (i) the final results of geophysical surveys from its 100% owned Camargo property in Chihuahua, Mexico and (ii) the preparation of a drilling program to test the strong Induced Polarization chargeability and associated resistivity anomalies with approximately 1500 meters over 6 drill holes. The strong chargeability anomaly can be traced, in plan view, over a strike length of approximately 800 meters on three geophysical lines and varies between 550 meters to 700 meters in width. The chargeability anomaly remains open to the north and south.

Prospero Grants Options to Directors, Officers and Employees

Prospero Silver Corp. announced today that it has granted stock options to purchase 1,025,000 common shares in the capital of the Company to various directors, officers and employees of the Company. The stock options are exercisable at a price of $0.10 per share for a period of five years from the date of issuance in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange (the “Options”). Stock options granted to employees will be subject to a vesting schedule with 1/3 to vest immediately, 1/3 to vest six months from the date of grant and the remaining 1/3 to vest one year from the date of grant.

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