Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kiwara LSE:KIW London Ordinary Share GB0007702953 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 77.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 0.0 -0.1 -0.1 - 153.26

Kiwara Share Discussion Threads

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30/12/2009
17:30
Off topic, I know - but, HZM well worth a look - please see three recent articles, newsflow due to commence in January, and market capital of only £3m. Enormous potential, and well funded for the next 12 months. http://miningmaven.blogspot.com/2009/12/oh-mr-martin-what-shall-we-do.html http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/11415/horizonte-minerals-wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee-11415.html http://www.minesite.com/nc/minews/singlenews/article/horizonte-minerals-looks-well-positioned-to-benefit-from-the-current-strength-in-gold/1.html
0nly me
02/12/2009
14:29
Hi all, a monthly stock review from GE&CR:http://uk-analyst.com/shop/page-article/action-article.show/id-130001650
jameslarr
23/11/2009
12:19
it depends on the price of first quan shares as well
robizm
23/11/2009
11:23
JLP will be next...;0)
giovannina
23/11/2009
11:15
I'm a bit confused at the shares trading about 15% lower than the bid, perhaps there is the chance to turn a profit by buying more now and waiting for the deal to go through?....
failedqs
23/11/2009
08:04
nice premium for buyers in low,75p bid by quantum.
stucom
23/11/2009
07:19
RNS Number : 8893C Kiwara PLC 23 November 2009  www.first-quantum.com www.kiwara.co.uk JSE - KWR AIM - KIW ISIN - GB0007702953 23 November 2009 Kiwara plc ("Kiwara" or the "Company") First Quantum MINERALS TO ACQUIRE KIWARA PLC cash AND EQUITY transaction valued at APPROXIMATELY us$260.2 MILLION (All dollar amounts are expressed in United States dollars, except as otherwise indicated where GBP = British pounds; Cdn.$ = Canadian dollars) First Quantum Minerals Ltd. ("First Quantum", TSX Symbol "FM", LSE Symbol "FQM") and Kiwara PLC ("Kiwara", LSE AIM Symbol - "KIW", JSE Symbol "KWR") are pleased to announce that they have entered into an implementation agreement pursuant to which First Quantum will acquire the entire issued share capital of Kiwara (the "Offer") by way of a scheme of arrangement (the "Scheme"). Pursuant to the Scheme, Kiwara shareholders will receive 0.0085 First Quantum shares and GBP0.375 for every Kiwara share held. The implied value of the purchase price is GBP0.75 per Kiwara share based on an agreed market price of £43.68 for one First Quantum share on the LSE. This represents a 41.5% premium to the closing price of Kiwara's shares on AIM on November 20, 2009, and a 35.5% premium to the volume-weighted average trading price of Kiwara shares on AIM for the 20 trading days ended November 20, 2009. In total, the cash and equity transaction is valued at approximately US$260.2 million (GBP157.6 million) and is expected to result in the issuance of approximately 1,884,448 million new First Quantum shares. First Quantum has approached each director of Kiwara and Cardiff Property plc, City National Resources High Yield Trust, Derek Joseph, New African Mining Fund, Geiger Counter and Ian Reynolds holding approximately 76.05% of the issued share capital of Kiwara who have irrevocably undertaken to vote in favour of the Scheme subject to certain exceptions. The board of directors of Kiwara considers that the Offer is fair and reasonable and unanimously recommends that Kiwara shareholders vote in favour of the Offer. The board of directors of Kiwara has retained Moore Stephens Corporate Finance (Moore Stephens (Johannesburg) Corporate Finance (Pty) Limited) as an independent expert to advise it on the fairness of the Offer as it relates to Kiwara shareholders. The opinion of the independent expert will be disclosed to Kiwara shareholders in due course. Commenting on the transaction, Mr. Colin Bird, Chairman of Kiwara said, "In the evolution of a major mining project, management is constantly faced with matching progress with overall resource capacity. Kiwara has recognized that the Kalumbila project and indeed the licence area in general, has potential well in excess of our current resource capability. This transaction with First Quantum puts the project into a management team with a proven track record to implement major projects on time and to specification. The Board therefore has no hesitation in recommending this transaction consisting of cash and shares with the knowledge that best industry practice will be applied throughout. The directors and management of Kiwara wish First Quantum all the success in their ongoing development of what has the potential to become a very significant mine." Mr. Philip Pascall, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of First Quantum noted, "This transaction is consistent with First Quantum's strategy of acquiring projects to which we can add value by applying our considerable technical expertise. In addition, we believe our many years of successful operations in the Copperbelt and Zambia in particular will be beneficial in the development and eventual operation of the new assets." About the Transaction The Offer will be implemented by way of a scheme of arrangement (the "Scheme") in accordance with Part 26 of the UK Companies Act of 2006, as amended, to be proposed by Kiwara between Kiwara and its shareholders ("Scheme Members"). A circular containing the terms of the Offer is expected to be posted to the Kiwara shareholders by December 18 2009. The meeting of Scheme Members to approve the Scheme is expected to be held on January 11, 2010 and the general meeting of Kiwara shareholders to approve and implement the Scheme and approve such other matters necessary or desirable for the purposes of implementing the Scheme is expected to be held on January 11, 2010. The High Court of England and Wales hearing to sanction the Scheme is expected be held on January 28, 2010 and subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the conditions to the Scheme becoming effective, the Scheme is expected to become effective by January 29, 2010. The Scheme contains customary non-solicitation provisions and the agreement that a compensation fee of GBP1.7 million will be payable by Kiwara to First Quantum if the Offer does not proceed for reasons relating to Kiwara and a compensation fee of GBP2.0 million will be payable by First Quantum to Kiwara if the Offer does not proceed for reasons relating to First Quantum. Details regarding these and other terms of the transaction are set out in the circular, which once posted to shareholders, will also be available on Kiwara's website at www.kiwara.co.uk. All shareholders are urged to read the circular once it becomes available as it will contain additional important information concerning the transaction. Kiwara's advisors in connection with the transaction are: Financial adviser: FinnCap Nominated adviser: FinnCap Legal adviser in the UK: Fasken Martineau LLP Legal adviser in South Africa: Eversheds JSE Sponsor: Sasfin Capital Independent expert Moore Stephens First Quantum's advisors in connection with the transaction are: Legal adviser in the UK: McCarthy Tetrault Legal adviser in Canada: McCarthy Tetrault About Kiwara Kiwara is a mineral exploration and development company, focusing on base metals in Zambia. The company's asset is a controlling interest in mineral prospecting licences (the "Licence Area") on the periphery of the Kabombo Dome in North Western Province, Zambia. Kiwara has a market capitalization of approximately GBP105.4 million based on the closing price of GBP0.53 per Kiwara share on AIM on November 20, 2009. The Licence Area includes the Kalumbila Copper deposit. On October 21, 2009, Kiwara announced the first results of its in-fill drill program at Kalumbila. The program is part of a study by Snowden Mining Consultancy to advise on a pre-feasibility study at Kalumbila. The initial focus of the study is to establish an indicated resource on the open-pittable mineralization identified by drill results to date. Also contained in the Licence Area are the Kawako Nickel prospect and the Kawanga Uranium prospect. Preliminary drilling carried out to date suggests that both prospects have significant upside potential. For further information, please visit www.kiwara.co.uk or contact: Colin Bird, Chairman at +27 (0) 11253 3280 Peter Vivian-Neal at +260 (0) 211 257453 About First Quantum First Quantum is a growing mining and metals company engaged in mineral exploration, development and mining. The company produces LME grade "A" copper cathode, copper in concentrate, gold and sulphuric acid. First Quantum's shares are listed for trading on the TSX (symbol: FM) and the LSE (symbol: FQM). The company has a market capitalization of approximately GBP3.4 billion based on the closing price on the LSE on November 20, 2009. First Quantum's assets in Zambia include the 80% owned Kansanshi open pit copper-gold mine, the 100% owned Fishtie copper project and the 100% owned Bwana Mkubwa SX/EW facility and sulphuric acid plants. First Quantum also holds strategic investments in Mopani Copper Mines (16.9%), operator of the Nkana underground copper mine and cobalt refinery and the Mufulira underground copper mine, smelter and copper refinery, as well as Equinox Minerals Ltd. (16.32%), a publicly-traded company that operates the Lumwana copper mine. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, First Quantum operates the 95% owned open pit Frontier copper mine and holds a 65% ownership in the Kolwezi copper-cobalt tailings project. In Mauritania, First Quantum operates the 80% owned Guelb Moghrein copper-gold mine. In Finland, the Company owns the 100% Kevitsa nickel-copper-PGE project. On Behalf of the Board of Directors First Quantum Minerals Ltd. Kiwara Plc G. Clive Newall Colin Bird President Executive Chairman 12g3-2b-82-4461 Listed in Standard and Poor's Enquiries: Colin Bird Kiwara plc Tel: +27 (0) 1125 3280 Clive Newall First Quantum Minerals Ltd Tel: +44 140 327 3484 Peter Vivian-Neal Kiwara plc Tel: +260 (0) 211 257453 Sharon Loung First Quantum Minerals Ltd Tel: +1 647 346 3934 or +1 888 688 6577 Matthew Robinson / Clive Carver / Ed Frisby FinnCap Tel: +44 (0) 20 7600 1658 Simon Hockridge Hogarth Partnership Ltd. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7357 9477 Brian Chistie Sasfin Capital Tel: +27 (0) 11 809 7500 Suzanne Johnson-Walsh Bishopsgate Communications Tel: +44 (0) 20 7562 3350
dodgydd
21/10/2009
20:25
Jumped into day, this moves up with little trade, whats it really worth, any guesses???
dodgydd
21/10/2009
07:20
Good update from Kiwara today.... 21st October 2009 Kiwara plc ("Kiwara" or the "Company") Kalumbila pit in-fill drilling shows good results confirming strike and dip continuity The Board of Kiwara, the Zambian based exploration and mine development Company, is pleased to announce the first results of its in-fill drill programme at Kalumbila, which continue to report thick intersections of copper at or above base model grade. Highlights: * In-fill drill programme results demonstrating continuity from near surface to target depth; * Borehole ("B/H") L57 intersected 20.4m grading 0.94% Cu from 12.8m and 45.6m also grading 0.94% Cu from 167.6m; * B/H L47 intersected 49.2m grading 0.89% Cu from 218.6m; * B/H L56 intersected 59.6m grading 0.69% Cu from 254.4m, including 19.4m at 1.06% Cu from 289.3m; * B/H L60 intersected 58.0m grading 0.75% Cu from 139.0m including 16.1m grading 1.10% Cu from 157.7m. Colin Bird (Chairman) says: "This in-fill drilling programme is designed to advance the project to feasibility study. In so doing the key issue to address is continuity, both strike and dip. I am pleased that these results confirm such continuity and also show good widths of significantly higher grade than the base pit model. We are continuing to aggressively drill the pit area with a view to optimisation and possible extension, which these results appear to support."
failedqs
09/10/2009
15:40
failed,go on the jlp website..( link can be found on JLP bb)..read the interview with winny/colin...he thinks that kiwara has the potential to be a massive play.
stucom
09/10/2009
15:23
Bought a few of these today... Good write up in Shares magazine this week, sounds quite promising.
failedqs
02/9/2009
15:51
Surely that extract is from the 2nd of Sept 09 :)
jonny flame
02/9/2009
06:08
The Times 2nd Oct 09 Tiddler to watch Kiwara fell 2p to 40p yesterday but the Zambia-focused small-cap mining group may be worth keeping an eye on today. Word in the Square Mile is that a recent independent resource estimate report for its Kalumbila asset will show a 5 per cent rise in its inferred copper resource, suggesting 1.45 billion tonnes of the metal. s
stephanie_m
26/8/2009
10:38
the volume is constant for long...any visibility on L2
ashinvestor09
26/8/2009
10:37
veru surprised...such a small impact on sp
ashinvestor09
26/8/2009
10:30
Surprised to see such a muted response in the share price on this update.Huge momentum building here IMO.DYOR
addict
26/8/2009
09:25
AoftheN - Thanks for your helpful information
marmaduke3
26/8/2009
09:10
Marmaduke - go here..... http://www.investegate.co.uk/ Keep the window open under your dealing page and refresh frequently. There may be a better way to keep up to date on all companies but this is the way I do it. Have not bought in yet - awaiting funds.
angel of the north
26/8/2009
09:07
http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/markets/NewsFeedItem.aspx?id=82010253093287 26/08/2009 09:37 | Kiwara PLC LONDON (Dow Jones)--Kiwara PLC (KIW.LN), a Zambian based exploration Company, said Wednesday that at its follow-up drill programme at Kawako, which continue to intersect high grade nickel, two further boreholes, KW4 and KW5 dwere rilled on the nickel target. MAIN FACTS: -Borehole ("B/H") KW4 intersected 12.22 meters grading 3.03%Ni from 87.50 meters; this intersection includes 7.30 meters grading 4.56%Ni from 91.95 meters; -KW4 is 300 meters south from KW2; -KW4 has a further intersection of 9.62 meters grading 0.94%Ni from 128.38 meters; -KW5 intersected 3 meter grading 0.51% Ni from 173 meters. -B/Hs KW4 and KW5 are core boreholes drilled vertically. KW4 was drilled 300 meters south from the initial reconnaissance b/h KW2 and 1,052 metersfrom KW3, as an 'in-fill' b/h; there is very good correlation between KW4 and the results obtained in KW2, thus suggesting continuity of mineralisation. -KW5 was drilled 650 meters SW of KW2 and west of the perceived strike of the host unit to determine dip and lithological continuity. -By London Bureau, Dow Jones Newswires; Contact Ian Walker; +44 (0)20 7842 9296; ian.walker@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 26, 2009 04:37 ET (08:37 GMT)
ashinvestor09
26/8/2009
09:02
can you tell me where I can find the latest news, I have just recently invested in this company, and I am a novice at investing nit sure where to research. Thanks
marmaduke3
26/8/2009
08:39
More good news just out.DYOR
addict
19/8/2009
21:34
Why is this thread so quiet, good news out this week and no chat. I have had further indications that some big companies are watching with interest, with the proviso that there is a lot of work still to be done At the moment I am stacked up with Gulf Keystone so nothing spare for these
jakes114
19/8/2009
11:50
Am I the only one holding this share?..anyone else .please share if you have any info on this share. This has been upgraded as buy by Fincapp and Ambrian..Fincapp has a target price of 79.
ashinvestor09
21/7/2009
22:59
Hi Jonny They look an interesting bunch with very similar profiles although in different metals It seems that demand for chrome might be starting to rise and all have nice looking charts, a good selection as one or two will take off within the next 12 months Good luck PS I am still hovering over the buy button for Kiwara
jakes114
21/7/2009
17:04
jake - yep, I hold a fair few and looking to build on this over the coming weeks/months. Pop over to the FND bb from time to time to give us your thoughts. They will be appreciated. KIW, had I had the funds I would have picked some up over the last few days, been watching it for a while now. I think they will do well. Tell you what other shares have been interesting me, PPN (I picked some up in the low 40p range a couple of weeks ago) and ENK and CHX, which I haven't yet took a holding in. Best regards, JF
jonny flame
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