Robex locates on surface the Wili-Wili minéralized zone



    MONTREAL, March 20 /CNW Telbec/ - Robex Resources Inc (TSX-V: RBX)
reports that the surface work undertaken in February has returned the expected
results. This work has exposed and located on surface, the high grade
mineralized zone intersected in drill hole WR-139, that is 4.2g/t over 22m.
    Based on the data collected, the model seems to confirm that
mineralization on the Fandou zone, Wili-Wili property, is vertical and
continuous. This work will allow Robex to plan infill drilling to begin
resource definition.

    Description of the program
    --------------------------

    The pits numbered WW-20 to WW-33 were implanted towards the east on
section 1366900 with an average spacing of ten metres. Pit WW-21 presented
below is located 45m east of the collar of drill hole WR-139, in an area were
the rock is subcropping.

    
    WW-21: Log of surface pit
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    From   To   m     g/t Au    Notes
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    0.0    0.6  0.6   -         Surface soil, debris, quartz fragments
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    0.6    1.0  0.4   1.35      Red clay
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    1.0    2.0  1.0   1.37      Red clay
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    2.0    3.0  1.0   11.30     Silicified rock - stockwork
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    3.0    4.0  1.0   22.65     Silicified rock - stockwork, N-S quartz vein
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Channel       5.37      Pit bottom, Silicified rock
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    

    The next pit (WW-22), located 11m further east, has intersected 1.8g/t
over one metre, between metres 5 and 6, in saprolite at the bottom of the pit.
As one could have expected, the other pits did not intersect significant
values, the sharp decrease in the grades towards the east coinciding with
surface geochemical data.
    The digging of these 14 pits averaging 10m in depth, indicates that
mineralization is sub-vertical with an 80-degree east inclination. The spacing
of the pits, the estimated inclination and the fact that the intersection in
hole WR-139 is at least 22 metres wide (hole stopped in mineralization) allows
us to assume that the real width of mineralization in that section would be
about 12 metres wide.

    Robex is active in gold exploration in Mali. Its growth potential is
based on the quality of its team and of its projects as well as on its
objective of creating value for its shareholders. This release and the
information contained herein have been verified by Jean Demers, P.Geo and
qualified person. The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not
accept responsibility for the accuracy of this release.




For further information:

For further information: Jean Demers, P. geo, President & CEO, (514)
979-9400, j.demers@robexgold.com; Marie-Claude Poitras, Communications, (418)
870-1482, mc.poitras@robexgold.com

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