San Juan Gold Mine
The history of the San Juan area goes back to pre-Incan time. There are stone foundations of pre-Incan origin on the north side of the Chorunga
River that have been identified by
archeologists. The gold of the area is
said to be known by the Incas and some
of the gold obtained by the Spanish
conquistadors is said to have been mined
by the Incas in the San Juan area.
San Juan is located in the village of San Juan in the Chorunga valley in the district of Rio Grande, province of Condesuyos, department of Arequipa, Peru.
White Tiger Gold
White Tiger owns an 82.6 percent interest of San Juan Gold Mines S.A.A.. that owns 100% of the property, through two subsidiaries, Century Mining Peru and Century Finance. The balance belongs to past workers that settled past labor debt for shares. The San Juan property is located in the Department of Arequipa, Peru, 70 kilometers northeast of the mouth of the Ocoņa River near the town of Iquipe.
Century Mining Corporation
Century Mining Corporation is a Canadian junior gold producer and holds strategic land positions in Canada, United States and Peru. The Company's strategy is to grow to an intermediate gold producer through existing mine expansions and acquisitions of other strategic and synergistic gold opportunities.