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Tango Mining appoints new Chief Executive Officer

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World Coal,

Tango Mining Limited has announced that Samer Khalaf, who was appointed as Non-Executive  Director on 3 April 2017, has accepted the position of Chief Executive Officer of the company. Samer has over 25 years of investment banking experience in the Middle East, Africa and Europe and has held senior positions at various institutions including Nomura Securities, Gazprombank and PrimeCorp Finance SA.

His most recent position was as Director for Africa & Middle East at GPB Global Resources. Samer holds an economics degree from Syracuse University and an MBA in finance from Columbia Business School. He has also completed the executive program for energy at Harvard Business School. 

Mr. Terry L Tucker, Executive Chairman and former Interim Chief Executive Officer stated: “I am very pleased to have Samer assume the role of Chief Executive Officer. He brings a wealth of experience to the Company and will provide strong leadership to Tango as it continues to develop and expand its operations in South Africa and the rest of the continent.”

The company also confirms that it has issued 1,364,500 common shares in the capital stock of the company at a price of US$0.05 per share in full and complete settlement of indebtedness with three creditors for an aggregate of US$68 225.

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