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New Dawn’s Turk Mine in Zimbabwe Increases February 2010 Gold Production to 1,234 ounces or 38.4 kg’s

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:31 AM on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010


New Dawn’s Turk Mine in Zimbabwe increased it’s gold production by 6.3%, to 1,234 ounces or 38.4 kg’s in February 2010.


  • Gold production for February 2010 was 1,234 ounces or 38.4 kg’s, as compared to 1,160 ounces or 36.1 kg’s in January 2010, a 6.3% increase
  • At February 2010 month-end, an additional 602 ounces or 18.7 kg’s of gold was awaiting export for sale in South Africa, which will be included in March 2010 sales
  • Gold sales for February 2010 were US$1,230,400 at an average gold price of US$1,094 per ounce, as compared to US$903,200 in January 2010 at an average gold price of US$1,117 per ounce
  • 100% of gold sales were received in US Dollars

About New Dawn …

New Dawn is a Zimbabwe-focused junior gold company currently expanding gold production at its Turk and Angelus Mines, exploring for gold, and identifying and pursuing other development projects, as well as actively assessing other value accretive acquisition opportunities in Zimbabwe.

Now, as a client of AGORACOM, assume I am horribly conflicted about the prospects for New Dawn Mining Corp. and do your own due diligence.

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