Panex Resources Inc.: Drilling Commences on Giro Gold Project, Moto Belt, DRC

Panex Resources Inc.: Drilling Commences on Giro Gold Project, Moto Belt, DRC 
ZUG, SWITZERLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 --   Panex Resources
Inc. (the "Company," or "Panex") (OTCQB: DBGF), is pleased to
announce that it commenced drilling on its highly prospective Giro
Gold Project on 30 December 2013. The Giro Project covers a surface
area of 610sqkm and lies within the Kilo-Moto Belt in one of the
world's principal greenstone belts which hosts Randgold Resources'
multi-million ounce Kibali Gold deposits within 30km of Giro,
Anglogold Ashanti's deposits to the east, Loncore and Kilogold
deposits to the south and 50Moz of gold discovered in Tanzania since
An initial reverse circulation (RC) drilling program of 3,000 metres
has been planned to test the mineralised potential of the principal
Giro structure mined historically by the Belgians as well as the Tora
workings to the north where the Belgians mined at two locations. At
Giro, six drill fences with complete coverage will test 2km of the
potentially mineralised structure as shown in Figure 2. Significant
channel sample results reported from artisanal workings along the
structure included 3.5m @ 36.6g/t Au and 8m @ 3.6g/t Au, confirming
the potential for significant grades within the shear which is
potentially greater than 100m wide. At Tora drilling will test the
mineralised potential under the Mangote open pit where historic
drilling returned grades of 0.8m @ 21.6g/t Au, 0.6m @ 37g/t Au and
0.35m @ 485g/t Au from quartz veins. 
Initial observations of drill chips are highly encouraging. Eight
holes have been completed, totaling 372 metres where quartz veins and
quartz fragments have been observed in saprolite in all holes. Pyrite
mineralization up to 3% has been observed in the fresh rock at depth
in most holes. All holes were stopped short of the planned 120m where
excessive ground water prevented the return of a dry sample.  
Initial results are expected in early February 2014.  
Mark Gasson, Chief Executive Officer  
The information in this report that relates to exploration results is
based on information compiled by Mr Mark Gasson who is a member of
the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Mr Gasson, the
Chief Executive Officer of the Company, has sufficient relevant
experience in respect of the style of mineralization, the type of
deposit under consideration and the activity being undertaken to
qualify as a Competent Person within the definition of the 2004
Edition of the AusIMM's "Australasian Code for Reporting of
Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves". Mr Gasson
consents to the inclusion in this report of the matters that are
based on his information in the form and context in which it appears. 
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To view Figure 1: Regional location map showing Giro Project (blue),
please visit the following link:  
To view Figure 2: Location of the planned drill fence lines, showing
the veins mined historically by the Belgians (blue outline) and the
extent of current artisanal workings, please visit the following
CUSIP No. 69841J 106 
Panex Resources Incorporation
Mark Gasson or Ross Doyle
(+41) 41 711 0281
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