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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 02/08/13 -- Rambler Metals and Mining plc (TSX VENTURE:RAB)(AIM:RMM) -


TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARES(i)                           
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1. Identity of the issuer or the underlying issuer                          
 of existing shares to which voting rights are     Rambler Metals and Mining
 attached:(ii)                                                Plc           
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2. Reason for the notification (please tick the appropriate box or boxes):  
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An acquisition or disposal of voting rights                    X            
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An acquisition or disposal of qualifying financial                          
 instruments which may result in the acquisition                            
 of shares already issued to which voting rights                            
 are attached                                                               
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An acquisition or disposal of instruments with                              
 similar economic effect to qualifying financial                            
 instruments                                                                
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An event changing the breakdown of voting rights                            
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Other (please specify):                                                     
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3. Full name of person(s) subject to the                                    
 notification obligation:(iii)                    Henderson Global Investors
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4. Full name of shareholder(s)(if different from                            
 3.):(iv)                                                                   
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5. Date of the transaction and date on which the                            
 threshold is crossed or reached:(v)                   06 February 2013     
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6. Date on which issuer notified:                      08 February 2013     
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7. Threshold(s) that is/are crossed or                                      
 reached:(vi, vii)                                        Crossed 11%       
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8. Notified details:                                                        
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A: Voting rights attached to shares(viii, ix)                               
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Class/      Situation previous     Resulting situation after the triggering 
type of     to the triggering      transaction                              
shares      transaction                                                     
                                                                            
if                                                                          
possible                                                                    
using                                                                       
the                                                                         
ISIN                                                                        
CODE                                                                        
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                        Number                                              
               Number   of         Number                                   
                 of     Voting     of     Number of voting    % of voting   
               Shares   Rights     shares rights              rights (x)    
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                                          Direct   Indirect          Indi-  
                                   Direct (xi)     (xii)      Direct rect   
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GBP0.50                                                                     
GB00B28ZPV64 15,591,311 15,591,311                 15,741,503        11.05% 
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B: Qualifying Financial Instruments                                         
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Resulting situation after the triggering transaction                        
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                                          Number of voting                  
                                          rights that may be                
                              Exercise/   acquired if the                   
Type of                       Conversion  instrument is         % of        
financial         Expiration  Period      exercised/            voting      
instrument        date(xiii)  (xiv)       converted.            rights      
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C: Financial Instruments with similar economic effect to Qualifying         
 Financial Instruments (xv, xvi)                                            
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Resulting situation after the triggering transaction                        
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                                             Number of                      
                                 Exercise/   voting                         
Type of                          Conversion  rights                         
 financial Exercise  Expiration  period      instrument  % of voting rights 
instrument price     date (xvii) (xviii)     refers to   (xix, xx)          
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Total (A+B+C)                                                               
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Number of voting rights               Percentage of voting rights           
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15,741,503                            11.05%                                
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9. Chain of controlled undertakings through which the voting rights and/or  
the financial instruments are effectively held, if applicable:(xxi)         
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Proxy Voting:                                                               
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10. Name of the proxy holder:                                               
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11. Number of voting rights proxy holder will cease to hold:                
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12. Date on which proxy holder will cease to hold voting rights:            
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13. Additional information:                                                 
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14. Contact name:                                             Cate Hex-Candy
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15. Contact telephone number:                                  020 7818 2156
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Note: Annex should only be submitted to the FSA not the issuer              
                                                                            
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Annex: Notification of major interests in shares(xxii)                     
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A: Identity of the persons or legal entity subject to the notification      
obligation                                                                  
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Full name                                                                   
(including legal form of legal entities)                                    
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Contact address                                                             
(registered office for legal entities)                                      
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Phone number & email                                                        
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Other useful information                                                    
(at least legal representative for legal persons)                           
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B: Identity of the notifier, if applicable                                  
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Full name                                                                   
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Contact address                                                             
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Phone number & email                                                        
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Other useful information                                                    
(e.g. functional relationship with the person                               
or legal entity subject to the                                              
notification obligation)                                                    
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C: Additional information                                                   
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For notes on how to complete form TR-1 please see the FSA website.          

Contacts:
Cate Hex-Candy
020 7818 2156

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