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|with news coming in march pl260 and BCL matters been sorted out and timeline to drill maibwe will add to S.P. and vutomi results in the next QTR exciting time ahead|
|This have been heating up in the last few days, I hope everyone enjoys the latest bull run, hopefully we can break the 3p barrier whilst we receiving great news about PL260 in March! :-)|
|As of last night it was down about 15-20% in less than a month, since 20% fall is described as a Bear market - yes plunging was correct.|
|I assume Fenners was slagging us off again?There's been more buys than sells since we started to move down!This is a tree shake nothing more!Results due soon!Strong buyGLA|
|lol.. plunging share price? its mid range between its recent high and recent low......
hardly plunging is it!!!!!!!!|
|Funny , given the plunging share price it suggests everyone is not holding...|
|With the PL260 results out in March these prices are a give away! Two nice buys today so far! Given the price paid for the 500,000 it would suggest everyone is holding! I expect big thing here in the coming weeks! GLA|
cant get this to work|
|JC should have said we were at 2p before the mm's decided to tank us post the brexit vote and that's a massive under valuation! Shouldn't the re-evaluation of material recovered last year on PL260 be due soon?|
|Pics of the Drilling for kimberlite on the botswanadiamonds vutomi new diamond project in southafrica
|Botswana Diamonds PLC (BOD) Given Buy Rating at Dowgate Capital.
|Interview with James Campbell.
Not sure where we are, interesting.|
|The $1.9 billion figure came from the BCL managing director. No wonder they are reluctant to dilute.
“By 2020 copper reserves would have almost run out and the future of the group would be anchored on the Polaris projects which involves diversifying into energy projects, iron ore, coal and diamonds,” BCL group managing director, Dan Mahupela recently told the media. According to Mahupela, the Maibwe project has a potential in situ value of $1.9 billion (P21 billion)"
|Emil you never read , I made some money on PET and have not touched the others.|
|YES they have both lost all the Money !|
|Fennel should get together with lippe,
They have a lot in common.|
|How long ago was AFD ?........several years ago it was bought by Lucara, in a 2 for 3, so still hold via that.
And very nicely its doing too thanks.......
nice 45c special div last year, regular 1/4ly divs this year, capital appreciation and hopefully far more to come|
|A bit more from the year-end report:-
"The second joint venture had exciting results in 2015. Maibwe is a joint venture on 10 licences in the Gope region. The joint venture is made up of three parties BCL, a Botswana state owned copper/nickel producer which was given 51% in return for a 10 million Pula investment (US$1 million approx.); Future Minerals, a local Botswana group (20%) who first acquired the licences and Siseko Minerals (29%), a South African company. Botswana Diamonds holds 51% of Siseko. Siseko and Future have a free carry up to Bankable Feasibility Study. BCL is the operator.
Though 10 prospecting licences are held by Maibwe, comprehensive work has been successfully carried out on PL 186. This work has managed to identify four diamond bearing kimberlite pipes forming a cluster within close proximity to each other. The pipes were identified through a series of ground-magnetic surveys at 50m spacing and 800m of diamond core drilling from which 305kg of sampled material returned diamonds. The work was carried out by Joint Venture partner BCL.
The four pipes have sizes 5ha, 6ha, 2ha and 1ha respectively, collectively summing up to more than 12ha of diamondiferous kimberlite material. These pipes are in close proximity to each other. The mineral chemistry shows the pipes have diamond compositions similar to the Orapa diamond composition.
Verification drilling is needed. The fall in commodity prices has made BCL heavily loss making and as a result BCL have been unable to undertake their agreed work programme. To date, BCL have been reluctant to dilute their interest by allowing outside investors to undertake the necessary work. BCL is now in provisional liquidation. Discussions are ongoing with the liquidator to allow a combination of Future Minerals/Siseko/BOD/others, to conduct the essential drilling to verify exactly what is in kimberlite GP 173 on PL 186."|
|Mick its not yet proven commercially viable - it might be - but to say "will be viable as a mine!" is not factually correct - and you know it.
As for every other company except AFD in the last what 10 years(?) you cannot argue with my post - its fact - as evidenced by the companies' own accounts. Point me to any of them with a completed profitable project and retained earnings - you can't.
How long ago was AFD ? I suppose you would still have Moyes managing Man Utd as well.|
|Thanks Mick and euclid - really helpful
Lets hope we all make some money as many of us did with AFD…..and LUC.
Come on BOD its your turn….|
|...and page 2 here:-