|By Marketwired .||
|May 9, 2014 10:59 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/09/14 -- Golden Star Resources Ltd. (NYSE MKT: GSS)(TSX: GSC)(GHANA: GSR) ("Golden Star" or the "Company") today announced that all of the nominee directors listed in the Company's management information circular dated March 14, 2014, were elected as directors of the Company. The vote was conducted at the Company's annual general and special meeting of shareholders held on May 8, 2014. The results of the vote are set out below:
Percentage Votes Percentage of of Votes Nominee Votes For Withheld Votes For Withheld Timothy C. Baker 108,541,321 2,055,815 98.14 1.86 Samuel T. Coetzer 108,565,531 2,031,605 98.16 1.84 Anu Dhir 109,158,518 1,438,618 98.70 1.30 Robert E. Doyle 109,372,380 1,224,756 98.89 1.11 Tony Alan Jensen 109,431,715 1,165,421 98.95 1.05 Craig J. Nelsen 109,404,013 1,193,123 98.92 1.08 Christopher M.T. Thompson 109,472,166 1,124,970 98.98 1.02 William L. Yeates 109,265,321 1,331,815 98.80 1.20
Golden Star is an established gold mining company that holds a 90% interest in both the Bogoso and Wassa open-pit gold mines in Ghana. Golden Star also has a 90% interest in the Prestea Underground mine in Ghana, which is currently undergoing permitting subsequent to a successful feasibility study completed in June 2013. In 2013, Golden Star sold 331,000 ounces of gold and the Company expects to produce 295,000 to 320,000 ounces of gold in 2014. For further information on the Company, please visit www.gsr.com.
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