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Rockridge Capital Corp., a gold exploration company, engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in Africa. It holds a 100% interest in the Fatou gold project that covers an area of approximately 250 square kilometers in southern Mali, west Africa. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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Rockridge Capital Corp., Annual General Meeting, Dec 10, 2013

Rockridge Capital Corp., Annual General Meeting, Dec 10, 2013., at 10:15 Pacific Standard Time. Location: 1750 - 1185 West Georgia Street. Agenda: To receive the report of the directors; to receive the financial statements of the company for its fiscal year ended February 28, 2013 and the report of the auditors thereon; to appoint auditors for the ensuing year and to authorize the directors to fix their remuneration; to determine the number of directors and to elect directors; to approve the company's stock option plan; to issue share capital of the company be altered by consolidating all of the 94,700,001 issued common shares without par value into 9,470,000 issued common shares without par value, on the basis that every ten common shares be consolidated into one common share; and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting.

Rockridge Capital Corp. Announces Results from the 2013 Drilling Campaign

Rockridge Capital Corp. announced results from the 2013 drilling campaign. Highlights: Twelve diamond drill holes (DD), totaling 3,228m, and fourteen reverse circulation (RC) drill holes, totaling 1,942m, were drilled, logged and sampled; Significant gold mineralisation was intersected in 3 target areas, namely G1, G2 and G12; the best result from this program is the new gold discovery in target G12 (12m grading 5.85g/t Au), which is located approximately 1km on strike to the NNW from the Fatou Main Zone (target G3). Following the discovery of gold mineralisation in the Fatou Main zone (Target G3), drilling was extended northwards into target G12 and has identified a number of NNW-SSE trending mineralised linear structures. The best mineralised intercepts were recorded in RC borehole RCF253 and diamond drill borehole DDF116. The true thickness of the mineralised zone assumes near vertical dip as determined from core orientation analysis of DDF116. RCF25 intersected 5.85 g/t Au over 12m (7.7m true thickness) between 78m to 90m, including 11.16 g/t Au over 6m (3.8m true thickness) between 80m to 86m. DDF116 intersected of 1.45 g/t Au over 18.5m (9.6m true thickness) between 173.5m to 192m, including 2.56 g/t Au over 7m (3.8m true thickness) between 183m to 190m. Assays from 366 samples are outstanding (drill holes RCF246 to RCF253), which targeted linear structures in G12. Eastern zone: Boreholes DDF107, DDF110 and DDF111 showed pervasive mineralisation over significant lengths in the core, and arsenopyrite was noted in DDF111. Whilst assay results were disappointing in these holes, the nearby RCF255 intersected 1.19 g/t Au between 13 and 15m core depth (that is less than 10m below surface). Gradient IP shows the trend of this auriferous zone over a 1.3km strike length, and this requires further follow up. In the northern section of G2, continuation of gold mineralisation from the Fininko area is evident with an intersection in hole RCF 245 of 1.18 g/t over 3 metres between 166 and 169m core depth. In borehole DDF109 (the borehole that most typifies a Wona pit analogy) several quartered 1m borehole core samples were sent to an independent laboratory in South Africa and the best assay grades over 1m recoded were 1.95 g/t, 0.92 g/t, 0.56 g/t, 0.55 g/t and 0.40 g/t. The mineralising system is obviously auriferous. There are some 253 outstanding assays in the eastern section, the vast majority in G1. Further drilling is planned to follow up this highly prospective zone.

Rockridge Capital Corp. Announces Start of Spring 2013 Drill Program at Fatou Gold Project, Southern Mali

Rockridge Capital Corp. announced that drilling operations have resumed at the Fatou gold project, located in southern Mali, West Africa. The Spring drill program includes testing eight significant new targets that have been identified from the newly acquired geophysical data, all of which have similar geophysical characteristics to the Fatou Main mineralized zone. The drill program will test for the presence of Thermal Aureole Gold type mineralisation, which has been modelled for the geophysical response in the Buckle target area. This is the same style of mineralisation found at the Morilla Gold Mine located 100 km to the northeast. The company has also planned both infill and extension drilling at the Fininko, Fatou Main and Digan North targets. Highlights: the successful completion of a systematic exploration program, geological mapping, airborne geophysics, geochemistry soil grid sampling and selected traverse sampling (MMI and auger) has substantially increased the geological knowledge base of the 250 km(2) permit area. Several drilling campaigns between May 2010 and April 2012, including 242 reverse circulation (RC) holes totaling 17.3 km and 105 diamond drill (DD) holes totaling 22.7 km, predominantly confined to the three mineralized targets tested to date have been drilled, logged, sampled and stored. A preliminary resource calculation for these target areas is being completed. From core descriptions, core orientation and petrography studies on core samples, the following geological observations have been made: At Fatou Main, the frequency of gold bearing vein development is such that the network of veins, veinlets and stringers forms a shallow 45 degree dipping stockwork, plunging to the south-east. This mineralization occurs within a dilational zone that has affinities similar to other well-known Birimian deposits such as Esaase (Asanko Gold) and Damang (Goldfields). At Fininko, the structurally complex sub-vertical mineralized zone trends parallel to a NNW trending shear zone with gold associated with a mafic dyke intrusion. Most of the mineralization drilled to date is hosted in saprolite.

 

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