Cerro Announces Corporate Resignations

Cerro Mining Corp.

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Cerro Announces Corporate Resignations

Vancouver, B.C., September 30, 2013 - CERRO MINING CORP. (TSX-V: CRX) ("Cerro" or the "Company") announces that Mr. Herrick Lau has resigned from his position as a director of the Company, and Mr. Savio Chiu has resigned from his position as the corporate secretary of the Company, both effective September 27, 2013. The Company expresses its appreciation to Mr. Lau and Mr. Chiu and thanks them for their invaluable contributions over their tenure.

About Cerro Mining Corp.

Cerro is a publicly traded, junior exploration and mineral development company with a strong portfolio of precious and base metal projects in Chile, Peru and USA. Cerro has a 100% interest in the Lajitas and Nevada gold-copper properties located in the Maricunga Gold and Copper District and approximately 700 kilometres northwest of Santiago, Chile. The properties comprise ten exploration claims and six exploitation claims totalling a cumulative 3,500 hectares in area. Cerro holds 100% interest in the Habanero and El Rojo properties located in the Ocuviri Mining District, Lampa Province, Department of Puno, Peru. In addition, Cerro holds a 100% interest in the Tinton Gold Project located 15 kilometres west-northwest of the famous and historic Homestake Mine in the Black Hills at Lead, South Dakota. The Tinton property consists of 1,270 hectares contained in 157 unpatented mining claims.

For further information about Cerro Mining Corp. and this news release, contact Jason Birmingham, president, chief executive officer and director, at 604-688-9588.


"Jason Birmingham"


Jason Birmingham, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director

For further information, please contact:

Cerro Mining Corp.

Jason Birmingham

Tel: 604-688-9588

Email: info@capellaresources.com

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