Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coal of Africa LSE:CZA London Ordinary Share AU000000CZA6 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.04p -1.14% 3.48p 3.26p 3.70p 3.26p 3.25p 3.26p 520,819.00 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.3 -0.3 - 67.06

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2016
06:14
somethings brewing out there , and where there's fire there is coal ...
boodgewoodge
01/12/2016
14:40
Think JSE is where real value is. London is more spec in nature.Stay strong.....
2bozmo
01/12/2016
14:16
Another false dawn. I think JSE is just very illiquid, hence the sometimes sharp movements up/down.
casual47
30/11/2016
09:30
Wow.... volume picking up. lots of nice AT buys going through! GLA!
ianio5691
30/11/2016
08:16
the JSE suggests we will be a mid tier very soon
boodgewoodge
29/11/2016
13:40
I think "most miners" can be safely replaced with "few miners" and "the rest are still more than 90% down from previous highs"
casual47
29/11/2016
12:45
Most miners are in a strong upward channel at the moment Boodge. We seem to be the only one stagnating. We are really lagging the market. News needed desperately. Sad that we are reduced to getting excited about a 'twinkle' in DB's eyes. Get some decent news out FFS!
ianio5691
29/11/2016
06:54
keaton is in a strong upward channel at the moment and as soon as they dispose of their anthracite division hopefully soon as per mining weekly , development of their second mine (moab...everything is in order except funding) they are going to be able to buy us out... we need to acquire that CGA now especially if it is keaton . any ideas of our other options to pick up a CGA ?
boodgewoodge
27/11/2016
11:03
Thank you for the update Boz. Let's hope things come together sooner rather than later. I can sit back and enjoy my Abba collection with a wry smile... 😁
ianio5691
26/11/2016
11:00
Thank you for the very informative report 2boz.
mjcferguson
26/11/2016
09:35
Sorry boodge, that Makhado funding not CGA funding part
2bozmo
26/11/2016
09:07
quite a shocker if i understand this correctly : after the last few months of funding talks , expect accelerate funding discussions with everything in place by JUNE 2017 , and is this the funding that is necessary for the acquisition of an income generator which we need URGENTLY , does this mean that we are only going to be in a position to acquire an income generating asset , the ' big ' deal around June 2017 ?
boodgewoodge
25/11/2016
16:57
Here are myAGM notes. I'll try and expand or answer any questions. Present: Bernard Pryer (Chairman) and David Brown Others there: 3 shareholders, maybe a journo and few from Tavistock Communication where held; Dealt with main business and resolutions; went through with no issues; One investor questioned why options vested were given cash despite being under water. DB corrected that the cash amount was just the value of the options given by the Black-Scholes model. These pure options are now performance rights which are only granted if total shareholders return is achieved. It's not free cash! Slightly tedious as always and lasted 15-20 mins before DB said a few words and said investor above asked a few questions. I'll incorporate what was said into my conversation with DB afterwards. I've met DB a number of times previously and have regular e-mail contact and given that confidentiality will not share everything he said. Given the coal price performance positive, the outlook is bright. DB believed the market cap of the company is low relative to NAV/IRR of project; regulatory environment that needs to be completed; Makhado: Water license expect to be granted first quarter 2017; surface rights in 3 of the 5 areas complete. They could have completed the water license this year but decided to wait. There will be additional costs when the licence is granted so decided there's no urgency. Confident will be approved again. Vele: Expect the perennial stream water licence to be granted over the next couple of weeks. The decision whether this gets the go ahead will probably be heard at the March board meeting. Sounded positive that it will. Mooiplaats: He presented some initiatives to the board this week (again not say what they were). He's still confident that it will be sold but it's been frustrating. I suggested they might mine it themselves but with $20m required over 4 years for a project that would last 11 years they would rather not invest that sum. Cash: The key date is June 2017 when the final Rio Tinto payment is due. He didn't go into detail but said there were a lot of initiatives going on and was confident they would come to fruition. He doesn't expect this to be an issue. CGA funding:Expect a mixture of debt and equity with it being difficult to arrange a debt package lent against future cash flow 4-years down the line so some part liquidation but will allow environment for re-rate. Some will be raised by selling stakes in individual projects. They are all well supported by current shareholders (see the memorandum for Universal deal): Had some funding talks over last few months; expect accelerate funding discussions with everything in place by June 2017; CGA: This wasn't really mentioned during the AGM but we discussed at length. They have been talking to Keaton and when I mentioned yesterday's Keaton news he had a glint in his eye, but they are one of a number of companies they have been speaking with. He also mentioned that they have also been approached by a number. He firmly believes once they get first deal then more acquisitions will follow, and the COAL we see in 2 years time will be significantly different from the one we see at present. The first deal will be a 'big' deal; glad they didn't do the Universal deal as net cash would be AUD25m lighter than forecast. Final thoughts: In the time I spend talking to him, there is no doubt in his mind, COAL will transform, as will the industry. He is also immensely frustrated by regulations and that the time frames have been delayed and no CGA has been acquired. However, he's very confident everything will come together and they'll be a significant re-rating. I cannot tell you everything he said, as he asked for an element of confidentiality, but suffice to say, his belief appears well founded and there is the potential for an announcement over the next few weeks. I'm long and will continue to buy any dip! GLA, DYOR etc
2bozmo
25/11/2016
14:51
All waited with baited breath, whilst the fat lady clears her throat....
ianio5691
25/11/2016
14:17
the market has spoken ...... no income generator , no further upward trajectory spikes ! prepare for our , as per usual downward slide until CZA's SENS/RNS detailing the BINDING offer for the takeover
boodgewoodge
25/11/2016
13:14
oh well, all resolutions passed at least.
slade_wilson
25/11/2016
13:07
damn we did'nt buy Keaton !!!!! only kidding after all it is still black friday , thought we could have got it at last weeks price !!!
boodgewoodge
25/11/2016
12:49
Isnt the AGM over by now? Didn't it start at 10am?
slade_wilson
25/11/2016
12:37
30p would make me a very happy bunny! :-)
ianio5691
25/11/2016
12:07
Really surprised at our shareprice given the recent rise in coal price. A rising tide usually lifts all ships. We must be really off the radar at present, so any good news will hopefully light a rocket.... Just to play catch up.
ianio5691
25/11/2016
11:40
this AGM is surely heavy weighted , both Keaton's and CZA 's shares on the JSE are just stagnant
boodgewoodge
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