News Releases 2011 — May 31, 2011 9:26
Global Announces Management Appointments
Vancouver, B.C., May 31, 2011. Global Minerals Ltd. (CTG: TSX-V) Global Minerals is pleased to announce several management appointments to strengthen its mining team in Slovakia as well as its marketing and investor relations efforts world-wide.
Global is building a team with local mining expertise that will be responsible for all activities, including permitting, surface facility rehabilitation and construction, mine dewatering and the rehabilitation of subsurface facilities in order to complete proposed underground drilling programs, bulk metallurgical sampling and eventual mining operations if justified.
Mr. Bohus Sliacky, Mine Manger brings 24 years of senior mine management and executive experience in Slovakia. Mr. Sliacky is a Mining Engineer and graduate of the Technical
University in Kosice. He has worked in the coal mining industry in various capacities and held the position of Inspector of Mines and Head of the District Mines Office. His most recent appointment was the Head of the Mining Bureau in the District of Prievidza.
Mr. Ivan Dianiska, Hydrogeologist is a Geological Engineer with a degree from the University in Bratislava. His thesis was a study of the waters flowing from the Strieborná and
Maria Mines in Roznava. He has experience resolving various hydrogeological and environmental issues associated with mining projects.
Ms. Lubica Parilakova, Manager of Investor Relations, is a communications professional with over 5 years of experience in marketing, business development, publicity, brand strategy and journalism. She is fluent in several languages including Slovak and will be responsible for developing corporate communications programs as well as handling investor relations.
Strieborna, located in eastern Slovakia (a full-fledged member of the European Union), is a highgrade silver-copper-antimony deposit with a defined resource. The project is part of an historic mining district near the town of Roznava, known for its iron ore production and the neighbouring Maria Mine (now shut down). The resource occurs within a mineralized structure 1.2 kilometres long, 600 metres deep and having an average thickness of 3.4 metres. The resource has been defined by previous drilling and a series of four horizontal underground drifts totaling 3,000 metres. The mineralization is open in various directions along the vein structure. Other similar structures have been identified within the mining and exploration leases, and these will also be tested for metal potential in this and the subsequent drill programs.
Besides the upside exploration potential and the high-grade nature of the polymetallic mineralization, the project has excellent infrastructure, including sufficient electrical power,
Global’s Head Office: Suite 910, 475 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 2B3 railway access, paved highways and a work force experienced with underground operations. Underground access is available through the adjacent Maria Mine workings.
In compliance with NI 430-101, George W. Heard, MBA, PEng, is the qualified person responsible for the accuracy of this release. The full complete NI 43-101 technical report for
Strieborna can be found on SEDAR or Global’s website.
Global Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian exploration and development company focused on developing its advance high-grade silver, copper, antimony Strieborna Project in Slovakia.
Global is 35% owned by Esperanza Resource Corp. (EPZ.V) whose principles werepreviously familiar with the Strieborna Project and are now intimately involved in supervising the technical programs and future development.
For further information about Global, visit www.globalminerals.com, or contact: George Heard, CEO at 604.632.0085, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
George W. Heard
President & CEO
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Strieborná is a high-grade silver-copper vein type deposit in an historic mining district near the town of Rožňava in eastern Slovakia. The current NI 43-101 resource occurs within a mineralized structure 1.2 km long, 600 m deep and an average thickness of 3.4 m. The resource has been defined by diamond drilling and a series of four horizontal underground drifts totaling 3,000 m.