Panex Enters into agreement to acquire highly prospective gold project in the Moto gold belt, Democratic Republic of Congo

ZUG, SWITZERLAND–(Marketwire – Jan. 14, 2013) – Panex Resources Incorporated (the “Company,” or “Panex”) (OTCQB:DBGF), is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Amani Consulting SPRL to acquire a 65% interest in a group of two tenements (Exploitation Licences 5046 and 5049) which cover 610sq km of prospective ground in the Oriental Province, northeast Democratic Republic of Congo, Central Africa. The tenements are located within thirty kilometers to the west of Randgold Resources’ multi-million ounce Kibali Gold deposits as shown in Figure 1. Both projects occur within the Kilo-Moto Belt in one of the world’s principal greenstone belts which hosts Anglogold Ashanti’s deposits to the east, Loncore and Kilogold deposits to the south and 50Moz of gold discovered in Tanzania since 1994.

The Giro Project area is underlain by highly prospective volcano-sedimentary lithologies in a similar structural and lithological setting as the Kibali gold deposits. Both primary and alluvial gold was mined from two main areas, the Giro and Tora areas, during Belgian rule and today these areas are mined extensively by artisanal miners.

At Giro, the Belgians mined two quartz veins at the Giro deposit, the Giro quartz vein which trends to the northwest and the Kibigada vein which trends to the northeast withr a combined strikelength of 500m. They also mined elluvial gravels over an area of 700m x 400m where mined grades were 0.25 – 2g/t Au. Deep artisanal workings cover a distance of 2km on two apparent northwest trending shear zones potentially offset by the Kibigada structure. Mineralisation at Giro is potentially from surface and extends over more than 2km.

The Mangote and Kai-Kai Belgian workings lie on a major west-east structure parallel to the younger gneissic contact to the north over a minimum of 3km at Tora. A number of Belgian drill sections across the mined areas recorded grades of 0.8m @ 21.6g/t Au, 0.6m @ 37g/t Au, 0.35m @ 485g/t Au and 0.2m @ 85.2g/t Au. There is no record of methods used to analyse samples and it should be noted that only quartz veins were sampled historically with no available information on wallrock potential.

At least three additional extensive alluvial workings occur within the project area confirming the potential for new discovery of primary mineralized targets.

The area has not been explored for over 50 years (since the Belgian colonial era) and has never been subjected to modern exploration.

The Company is targeting broad mineralised shear structures with excellent potential to host multi-million ounce gold resources from surface from at least 5 target areas within the project.

Acquisition Terms

The principal terms of the agreement for the Company to acquire a 65% (65% Panex and 35% Sokimo – DRC State Mining Company) interest in the Giro Gold Project are:

  • Agreement is subject to Company completing a due diligence review to its satisfaction within 30 days, including receiving of all necessary approvals from Sokimo (Société Minière de Kilo-Moto).
  • On the date of completion of due diligence (“Effective Date”), the Company to pay US$1,000,000 to Amani.
  • On the Effective Date the Company to issue 200,000,000 shares to Amani and its associates.
  • Panex will issue a further 33,000,000 upon discovery of 3Moz of proven gold reserves.
  • Amani may appoint 2 representatives to the Board of Directors
  • Panex will be responsible for all expenditure to completion of a feasibility study.
  • Panex can withdraw from project at any time with no further obligations.

Resignation of CEO

The Company further advises that Mr Kovaldas Balciauskas will resign as CEO as the Company as a result of change of commodity interest. Panex would like to thank Mr Balciauskas for his efforts during recent months and would like to wish him well with his future endeavors.

Mr Klaus Eckhof will remain as none executive director for the Company and Mr Ross Doyle will remain as CFO.

Panex common stock is traded on the OTCQB in the United States and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany under the symbols “(OTCQB: DBGF), (Frankfurt: D1Q.F ).”


Klaus Eckhof, Director


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Figure 1: Regional location map showing Giro Project (blue).

To view Figure 1, please visit the following link:

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