Saturday, August 4, 2012

Alphamin and its BVI subsidiary acquires 100% control of exploration project in Congo

Alphamin Resources Corp., the Canadian company focused on mineral exploration in America and listed on Toronto Stock Exchange, announced that it and its British Virgin Islands subsidiary Alphamin BVI acquired an additional 20% of Mining and Processing Congo Sprl, by the issuance of 19,335,747 Alphamin shares. This acquisition, made under the agreement with Kivu Resources Ltd., which was signed in March 18, 2011, will increase Alphamin BVI’s ownership of Mining and Processing Congo to 90%.

Also, Alphamin and Alphamin BVI have entered into an agreement with Kivu to acquire the final 10% of Mining and Processing Congo. Under this agreement, the BVI company will own all of the issued shares of Mining and Processing Congo, in consideration for the issuance of additional 9,664,253 shares to Kivu. As a result of both transactions, an aggregate 29,000,000 shares are to be issued, and Alphamin will have 103,444,571 shares issued and outstanding.

Mining and Processing Congo is the owner of the licences on the exploration of the Bisie Tin Project in the Democratic Reoublic of the Congo.