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New Non-Executive Director for Condor Gold

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Condor Gold has appointed Andrew Cheatle as a Non-Executive Director of Condor Gold with immediate effect.

Chairman and CEO of Condor, Mark Child, remarked: "I am delighted that Andrew Cheatle has joined the Board. Following the dual listing on the TSX on 15th January 2018, it is important to have a Canadian based Director to add gravitas and effect introductions in Canada. Andrew until recently held a high-profile position as the Executive Director of Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), the trade body representing both exploration companies and producers. He has lived in Canada for 18 years and worked in senior positions at Goldcorp, AMEC plc, Treasury Metals, and Unigold Inc. I look forward to working with Andrew to enhance shareholder value and deliver on the strategy of permitting a new mine at Mina La India, Nicaragua and proving a substantially bigger gold district."

Cheatle (P.Geo., MBA, FGC, ARSM.) is a mining industry executive, professional geoscientist and graduate of the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College, London. His 30-plus-year, international career has encompassed both the senior and junior mining sectors as an exploration geologist, mine geologist, General Manager, Vice-President, Director, President and CEO.

Cheatle was Executive Director of Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) from February 2015 to November 2017. He has worked for both large gold producers and junior exploration companies. Between 2000 and 2008 he worked as Chief Geologist at Goldcorp/ Placer Dome Inc's Musselwhite Mine, Ontario, Canada. Between 2008 and 2009 he was Principal Geologist at AMEC plc based in Canada and in 2011 Vice-President Exploration at Treasury Metals. Between 2011 and 2015 he was President and CEO of Unigold Inc. and delivered a maiden 2 million oz of gold mineral resource at the flagship property in the Dominican Republic. In his early career, he worked for 10 years for Anglo American Corp. at the Vaal Reefs Gold Mine in South Africa as a mineral resource manager and senior geologist.

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