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In the third quarter of 2020, we had to process lower-grade ore (0.86 g/t compared to 1.05 g/t for the same period in 2019). * Also, the opening of the east pit led us to process surface ore which, as has previously been the case in the main pit, is of a lower grade than the core of the mineralized zone.Consequently: The all-in sustaining cost per ounce sold1 is of CAD 1,072 for the third quarter of 2020, compared to CAD 893 per ounce sold for the same period in 2019. The increase is primarily explained by the lower grade, which has resulted in fewer ounces being produced from the same tonnage of processed ore.Rather than smoothing this one-time situation, it was decided to execute the mining plan at its economic optimum, even if it meant having a quarter with an apparent production underperformance. However, this did not prevent us from achieving an overall production for the first nine months of 2020 equivalent to the same period in 2019. It is important to note that since the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Nampala mine has recovered a richer ore grade and therefore production is more consistent with that obtained before the rainy season.Production costs capitalized as stripping costs were of CAD 4.7 M in the third quarter of 2020, stemming from the fact that operating new pits around the main pit in 2020 has temporarily involved stripping work and, consequently, the removal of larger amounts of waste rock to reach the ore. * CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES2 REPRESENTING 202% OF THOSE FOR THE SAME PERIOD IN 2019 The Company’s operating activities have generated cash flows of CAD 28.1 M (CAD 0.047 per share1), which corresponds to 61% of the turnover, compared to CAD 13.9 M (CAD 0,024 per share1) for the same period in 2019.Mining Operation: Nampala, Mali Third quarters ended September 30,  Nine-month periods ended September 30,    2020 2019 2020 2019  Operating Data     Ore mined (tonnes)          406,005             477,676        1,364,376  1,378,787  Ore processed (tonnes)         438,367             512,377        1,398,547  1,370,536  Waste mined (tonnes) 1,559,460             645,784  3,924,692  2,309,402  Operational stripping ratio3.8  1.4 2.9  1.7  Head grade (gpt)0.86  1.05 0.99  1.01  Recovery (%)88.2%87.7%89.1%86.5% Gold ounces produced             10,706               15,175              39,545              38,324  Gold ounces sold            18,121              13,276             39,267              35,971  Financial Data      (rounded off to the nearest thousand dollars)     Revenue – Gold sales 45,864,000  25,478,000  92,442,000  64,789,000  Mining operation expenses 11,194,000  7,489,000  22,357,000  22,027,000  Mining royalties       1,085,000           681,000  2,226,000  1,891,000  Administrative expenses 2,095,000  1,284,000  6,295,000  4,626,000  Depreciation of property, plant and equipment and     amortization of intangible assets 3,488,000  7,384,000  17,635,000  23,193,000  Segment operating income 28,002,000  8,640,000  43,929,000  13,052,000  Statistics     (in dollars)     Average realized selling price (per ounce) 2,531  1,919  2,354  1,801  Cash operating cost (per tonne processed)1 20  16 17  17  Total cash cost (per ounce sold)1 678  615 626  665  All-in sustaining cost (per ounce sold) 1 1,072  893 1,064  988  Administrative expenses (per ounce sold) 116  97 160  129  Depreciation of property, plant and equipment (per ounce sold) 192  556 449  645  Robex’s MD&A and the condensed interim consolidated financial statements (unaudited) are available on the Company's website in the Investors section at robexgold.com. 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It is bigger and much closer to the plant, and it will speed up the work; * A 500 m3 diesel tank is being installed to increase diesel reserves and better secure production.To improve site security, 9 members of the National Guard are now permanently posted on the Nampala site to support the police team and our own security service.A word from the President, Mr. Georges Cohen:Performance is extremely satisfactory despite a slight cost increase resulting from an unusually challenging rainy season and the impacts of the pandemic. Initiatives are continually underway to optimize performances at the Nampala mine. Our prospecting campaign is still very promising; the work and financial efforts will, I hope, make it possible to increase annual production.For information:Robex Resources Inc.Benjamin Cohen, CEO Augustin Rousselet, CFO/COO Head office: (581) 741-7421 info@robexgold.comThis news release contains statements that may be considered “forecast information” or “forecast statements” in terms of security rights. These forecasts are subject to uncertainties and risks, some of which are beyond the control of Robex. Achievements and final results may differ significantly from forecasts made implicitly or explicitly. These differences can be attributed to many factors, including market volatility, the impact of the exchange rate and interest rate fluctuations, mispricing, the environment (hardening of regulations), unforeseen geological situations, unfavourable operating conditions, political risks inherent in mining in developing countries, changes in government policies or regulations (laws and policies), an inability to obtain necessary permits and approvals from government agencies, or any other risk associated with mining and development. There can be no assurance that the circumstances set out in these forecasts will occur, or even benefit Robex, if any. The forecasts are based on the estimates and opinions of the Robex management team at the time of publication. Robex makes no commitment to make any updates or changes to these publicly available forecasts based on new information or events, or for any other reason, except as required by applicable security laws. 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