Amara Mining plc (formerly Cluff Gold plc)(AIM:AMA)(TSX:AMZ), the dual AIM and TSX-listed West African focused gold mining company, is pleased to announce further significant sulphide drilling results from its Yaoure Project in Cote d'Ivoire.
"These latest drilling results from Yaoure continue to confirm our belief in the project's potential. We expect the remaining assays in the coming days and we intend to update our sulphide resources in Q1 2013. By using our cashflow from Kalsaka to fund our exploration at Yaoure and at the Baomahun project in Sierra Leone, Amara is differentiating itself from other junior mining companies and delivering on its strategy to become a mid-tier producer."
The diamond drilling programme at Yaoure concluded in early November 2012, with a total of 23 holes (1,967 metres) drilled in 2011 and a further 83 holes (29,988 metres) drilled in 2012. To date, all of the 90 holes reported, including those reported today, have encountered mineralisation; the results of the latest 32 holes are reported in the Appendix. A version of this announcement including sections and a drilling map is available on the Company's website at http://www.amaramining.com/