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
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.82p 2.65p 2.99p - - - 21,362 11:59:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.3 -0.3 - 55.72

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Coal of Africa Daily Update: Coal of Africa is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CZA. The last closing price for Coal of Africa was 2.82p.
Coal of Africa has a 4 week average price of 2.50p and a 12 week average price of 2.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 4p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.50p.
There are currently 1,976,008,924 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 47,083 shares. The market capitalisation of Coal of Africa is £55,723,451.66.
boodgewoodge: there just seems to be an unnecessary seller in the market who is hellbent on seeing this share price under pressure , not disposing of significant volumes where there are buyers but non the less keeping a lid on any form of upward momentum .... this for too long now and should be addressed aggressively by management and communicated to us shareholders who have weathered this pitiful valuation for much too long, and now that monumental hurdles have been overcome we should be enjoying the fruit and not be hanging around for some up turn hopefully every time the board meets only to be left waiting for the next quarterly
boodgewoodge: better hope not because at their rate of disposal given their shareholding volume equates to the share price being at these very depressed levels even beyond forever
channel pirate: Don't tell me that the Rio Tinto legacy agreement has not been a big drag on the share price, therefore I was expecting the market to mark the share price up a bit more than they have done at the moment. Maybe the mm's are hoping to get rid of a few "loose rocks" at a cheap price before they "adjust" the share price !!
boodgewoodge: any hint of any recovery in the share price is snuffed out even before it starts on the JSE , this can only be one of the the major shareholders getting rid of whats deemed as dead stock , this can take a lengthy period of time or it can be dumped . 2bozmo , the board can definitely find out the source of the selling pressure , what is their opinion on this ?
boodgewoodge: With the share dilution behind us now and the cash settlement settled, PAN picking up their shares at 47c JSE equivalent, CZA a producer, there just has to be some confidence demonstrated in the company and its management coming through in the share price
channel pirate: Yes the market still not keen on accumulating shares but are quite happy to sell at just over mid price. Current share price showing 3.74p to buy / 3.00 to sell Tried a dummy buy / sell for 25,000 shares got figures of 3.39p to buy and 3.02p to sell.
boodgewoodge: please enlighten on the process of " re rating " ? i understand that CZA will go from being an explorer to a producer with the acquisition of Uitkomst . By whom or how will the share price be RE RATED , if it is purely by the market , then judging by the reaction since the announcement on the 5th April this is nothing to get even remotely excited about . the amount owing to RIO should re surface shortly or is it just going to be another share dilution exercise ?
ianio5691: Rumours are it is CZA..... Keaton Energy in takeover talks after expressions of interest KEATON Energy said it had received “expressions of interest from various parties” regarding the takeover of the company – an announcement that added 7% to the firm’s share price today. Keaton Energy, which produces about two million tonnes a year (Mtpy) of coal from its Vanggatfontein mine in Mpumalanga province, is now worth R277m having doubled in value in the last 30 days. It gave few other details except to say the interest was “non-binding” and that the firm was assessing the merits of the offers. It had said in an earlier announcement that it had entered into “discussions” that might affect its share price. The offers come at a time when Keaton is facing the challenge of having to finance its $20m to $25m (R285m to R355m) Moabsvelden project, a proposed 1.5 to 1.6Mtpy thermal coal mine near Vanggatfontein. The close proximity of the two mines means that Moabsvelden will benefit from shared infrastructure which Keaton Energy CEO, Mandi Glad, said was a “cut and paste”. It is envisaged that some four million tonnes a year in coal will be produced by the combined operations. The coal would be sold to Eskom and to the export market. One possible bidder for Keaton Energy is Coal of Africa (CoAL) which has stated on several occasions that it’s in the market for acquisitions in order to provide cash flow whilst it built its own projects. CoAL recently brought the curtain down on a A$126.4m bid for Universal Coal, which is listed in Australia, after it failed to secure a long-term coal contract with Eskom in time. Whilst a blow to CoAL’s fortunes, Brown said in September that the firm had resolved to continue looking for corporate opportunities. “The current company focus is to obtain a cash generating asset for the group,” he said in CoAL’s September quarter report. “This will allow the company access to sufficient funds over time to cover company overheads, pre-project development costs for the Makhado project, and all regulatory charges to ensure the continuation of full compliance on all current assets,” he said. Makhado is expected to cost several billions of rands to develop. “The increase in thermal and hard coking coal prices over the last quarter leaves the coal industry with a positive outlook and we are committed to maximising the benefit of this market for our shareholders,” said Brown. Brown declined to comment on Keaton’s announcement today. Shares in CoAL have, however, increased 13% taking its market capitalisation to about R1.1bn. Keaton would provide CoAL with both cash flow and growth potential. In addition to Moabsvelden, Keaton also owns the Braakfontein project which Glad said could produce between 1.5 to 2Mtpy. “But it is very far off in terms of development,” said Glad in an interview with Miningmx in June. “The focus is to get Moabsvelden up and running.”
2bozmo: If we wanted to pursue Universal then we could easily have extended deadline further. Possible outcomes:1) NCC cuts a short term deal with Eskom that will meet our 12-month requirements and meet AIM requirements. Eskom paying over the odds so deal could be made.2) we have a number of parties interested in Makhado, one of those (or someone else, eg. Ichor) provides working capital to meet AIM requirements;3) we forget Universal deal. The market didn't react when we announced the deal in November, a few London specs sold out today hence lower but more interested in buying dip on JSE which closed only 4 ZAr lower at equivalent of 3.90p;Remember this is a reverse takeover and we still have great assets in Makhado, Vele, Mooiplaats and GSP, which by themselves should be valued at more than the current share-price. Could argue the Universal deal has been holding back the current CZA share price given performance of thermal coal and dilution.I've met David Brown a number of times and trust him and management team. He's still confident today this deal gets done, and setting a deadline of 15th means management sit around the table and hammer something out. Yes we could have extended deadline and CoAL must have a reason. Yes, we would have had to have had another EGM to allow issuance of shares past 3 August deadline but is that such a hardship to get assets? Overall this fixed deadline isn't necessary a bad thing. Given the consolidation expected in this space, will this ultimately make us a takeover target?It's definitely going to be interesting next week.
casual47: Looking at PDF again they are talking about 34% stake in Baobab Mining & Exploration (Pty) Ltd, the subsidiary that owns the Makhado Project. So the question many pence in the share does Baobab Mining & Exploration (Pty) Ltd represent within the CZA share price?
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