NEW YORK, September 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Shelron Group , Inc. (OTCBB: SRNG) or (the "Company), is pleased to announce that it has signed an additional non-binding Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with a local Tanzanian company which has the rights to prospect for gold in the Kahama district. The MOU is for the acquisition of 51% of the mineral rights of the property.
The size of the plot is 790 Hectares, which represents four times the size of Geita district license signed upon by the Shelron Group last week.
Part of the MOU is that the sellers shall assist the Company in obtaining additional mining licenses in the country.
About Shelron Group
Shelron Group, Inc. (OTCBB: SRNG) is a New York based mineral exploration and development company focused on acquisition, exploration, evaluation, and development of mineral resource properties in Africa and South America. The Company incorporated in Delaware and is headquartered in New York.
Additional information is available at http://www.Shelron-Group.com.
The focus of the Company is to adhere to its acquisition criteria and only acquire prospecting licenses that can potentially be developed into proven reserves or productive gold mines.
Shelron Group will have 180 days to do due diligence on the prospecting license. There can be no assurance that a definitive agreement with any party will be executed on acceptable terms or at all. Additionally, even assuming acceptable terms are reached, there can be no assurance that the required conditions of such transactions would be met.
The Company realizes that there are tremendous benefits to be had by marrying the international investment community to the peaceful country of Tanzania, its people and its mineral wealth. Shelron Group's policy is and will continue to support eco-friendly mining to help maintain the delicate ecological balance of the planet.
The Company also values its role and responsibility to treat with the utmost respect not only the natural resources of the country, but also every person and the environment, in all aspects of its business dealings.
Chairman Eliron Yaron
"The Shelron Group will continue to identify economically viable opportunities in resource development aimed at generating strong and long-term growth for our shareholders."
About Tanzania Gold Economy
Tanzania is currently the third largest gold exporter in Africa.
Major gold mining companies such as AngloGold and Barrick are already operating in Tanzania for many years. Major mining companies engage only in massive reserve mega mines while the small and medium scale mining operations remain an untapped resource.
Recent changes in Tanzanian law now limit the number of licenses each company can hold in order to allow more mining and exploration companies to obtain good mining plots. These legislative changes have brought "back on the market" many interesting investment opportunities in potentially high reserve areas that have not been developed to date.
Kahama Region Geology:
The Kahama greenstone belt is an extension of rocks in the Mabale, Geita and Rwamagaza belts as shown by the airborne magnetic features. The belt curves around a large Granite intrusion northwest of Kahama.
Significant Gold mineralization has been discovered at Bulyanhulu, Golden Ridge and Jubilee Reef.
One of the largest Gold mines in this region is the Buzwagi Gold mine, operated by Barrick, opened in 2009 with a production of 189,000 ounces per year at an average grade of 2.24g/t at an open pit.
One of the most interesting prospecting rights at the moment is located less than 10km away from Buzwagi Gold mine and shares similar Geological characteristics.
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