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20/10/2017
09:20
Premier Afr Daily Update: Premier Afr is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PREM. The last closing price for Premier Afr was 0.35p.
Premier Afr has a 4 week average price of 0.23p and a 12 week average price of 0.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.03p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.15p.
There are currently 5,357,287,604 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 150,273,996 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Afr is £17,411,184.71.
09/10/2017
08:49
donald tramp: From Gardeneye THEN & NOW Like many others on here I've been following the PREM story for years. There were 4 reasons I originally invested and these still apply. 1) Circum Minerals. Even 2% was a game changer for PREM back then for the size and quality of the resource. Now 5%, it more than doubles that. It is easy to underestimate just how big, how cheap to produce and how well located Circum is for the Asian and African markets. Potash prices are once again turning around - my suspicion is that this is the time for it to be sold, when on the rise and not on it's knees. It can sell or be listed at any time. News will come out of the blue. My estimate based on the similar projects adjacent is that this will yield PREM $50m. 2) RHA. I liked RHA because it had a good historical record of production. I like Tungsten as a commodity. The whole project has been a nightmare starting with the plummeting price of APT from 450 to 150 that effectively bankrupted the entire industry. It is almost entirely due to this that the share price and the confidence in PREM and the shares in issue went out of control, diluted to death. In many ways, to have built the mine and plant in the worst possible economic climate is nothing short of miraculous and I applaud the Company for persevering. There was a very real chance PREM would have gone under had they not. APT (Tungsten) is notoriously difficult to manage. Being the second hardest mineral on the Planet it is extremely abrasive. To build this for circa $25m is also impressive. The equivalent plant and mine at Wolf Minerals cost 10x this. The breakeven point about half theirs also. When it produces 4% of the Worlds APT, this will be a fairly amazing 'against all odds' type achievement. Depending on APT ($320mtu currently and I expect it to go to $500) -Yield circa $1.25m/ month Q1 2018, plus $25m to be paid back to PREM through profits. 3) Zulu. I hunted for the cheapest possible Lithium mine I could find 3 years ago having bought into the Lithium revolution at the birth of the Tesla story which I devoured, seeing it as a fully feasible alternative to the combustion Engine. I liked their previous exploration results. That initial hunch on lithium seems to be good un. It is hardly possible to find a serious carmaker NOT committed to EV's in the next decade. The LiO energy storage industry is on the cusp of a revolution. There is simply not enough of the correct Lithium grade needed for this. The squeeze on Lithium in about 1 year is irresistible. Drill, drill and hold for this reason is precisely the right thing to do. It's an extraordinary resource and asset for PREM at this time. 4) Unlike a great deal of AIM outfits I also invested in the fact that the CEO had such a massive holding. Skin in the game is important to me. I met the team and liked their experience. PREM really is (after a hell of a long time) FINALLY worth having a serious look at. I wish I had found debt free PREM now rather than 3 years ago. N.B. M/Cap is less now than 3 years ago, look how much further forward we are now, compared to then..
06/10/2017
21:21
napom: Great post from gardeneye on lse..Like many others on here I've been following the PREM story for years. There were 4 reasons I originally invested and these still apply. 1) Circum Minerals. Even 2% was a game changer for PREM back then for the size and quality of the resource. Now 5%, it more than doubles that. It is easy to underestimate just how big, how cheap to produce and how well located Circum is for the Asian and African markets. Potash prices are once again turning around - my suspicion is that this is the time for it to be sold, when on the rise and not on it's knees. It can sell or be listed at any time. News will come out of the blue. My estimate based on the similar projects adjacent is that this will yield PREM $50m. 2) RHA. I liked RHA because it had a good historical record of production. I like Tungsten as a commodity. The whole project has been a nightmare starting with the plummeting price of APT from 450 to 150 that effectively bankrupted the entire industry. It is almost entirely due to this that the share price and the confidence in PREM and the shares in issue went out of control, diluted to death. In many ways, to have built the mine and plant in the worst possible economic climate is nothing short of miraculous and I applaud the Company for persevering. There was a very real chance PREM would have gone under had they not. APT (Tungsten) is notoriously difficult to manage. Being the second hardest mineral on the Planet it is extremely abrasive. To build this for circa $25m is also impressive. The equivalent plant and mine at Wolf Minerals cost 10x this. The breakeven point about half theirs also. When it produces 4% of the Worlds APT, this will be a fairly amazing 'against all odds' type achievement. Depending on APT ($320mtu currently and I expect it to go to $500) -Yield circa $1.25m/ month Q1 2018, plus $25m to be paid back to PREM through profits. 3) Zulu. I hunted for the cheapest possible Lithium mine I could find 3 years ago having bought into the Lithium revolution at the birth of the Tesla story which I devoured, seeing it as a fully feasible alternative to the combustion Engine. I liked their previous exploration results. That initial hunch on lithium seems to be good un. It is hardly possible to find a serious carmaker NOT committed to EV's in the next decade. The LiO energy storage industry is on the cusp of a revolution. There is simply not enough of the correct Lithium grade needed for this. The squeeze on Lithium in about 1 year is irresistible. Drill, drill and hold for this reason is precisely the right thing to do. It's an extraordinary resource and asset for PREM at this time. 4) Unlike a great deal of AIM outfits I also invested in the fact that the CEO had such a massive holding. Skin in the game is important to me. I met the team and liked their experience. PREM really is (after a hell of a long time) FINALLY worth having a serious look at. I wish I had found debt free PREM now rather than 3 years ago.
21/9/2017
13:51
billthebank: Overall 1 RHA George is very confident that we will be profitable by Q4 and has a new team in board trying to ensure that happens. He would be extremely disappointed if this does not happen, There is a delivery underway at present. 2 PEA on ZULU under way. Need to wait for another 6/8 weeks 3 ZULU There is no one offering anything that George feels warrants consideration 4 CIRCUM: No more shares will be purchased unless the PREM share price significantly alters upwards and probably only with board authorisation 5 There will be no consolidation of PREM shares 6 The company does not have any liquidity issues That is the gist of it I think
13/9/2017
11:13
jungmana: For 2 years prem share price has not had a breather. When the price gathers some strength and sentiment turns positive bang comes another dilution just for GR to go shopping .Darwin alone accounts for about half of our 6.3bn shares in issue.They made a killing here over the 2 years.
23/8/2017
12:52
bionicblabbermouth: Equity Funding Summary Premier has also today entered into an equity funding facility consisting of two parts. The first part is a subscription to raise GBP4.8 million, before costs (the "Subscription"), by way of a subscription for 685,714,286 ordinary shares of 0.7 pence each (the "Subscription Shares") by Delta-Beta One EQ Ltd ("D-Beta") at a subscription price of 0.7 pence per Ordinary Share (the "Subscription Price"). The Subscription Shares will represent approximately 13% of the enlarged ordinary share capital of the Company. Out of the proceeds of the Subscription GBP3.3 million will be returned by the Company to D-Beta as payment ("Sharing Payment") under the equity sharing agreement (the "Equity Sharing Agreement") and the balance of GBP1.5 million will be retained by the Company ("Net Subscription Proceeds"). The Net Subscription Proceeds (net of costs and commissions), will be used to provide additional funding for the Company's continuing operations and general working capital. In respect of monthly receipts from the Equity Sharing Agreement (as described further below) the Company has agreed that the first GBP900,000 and 50% of all receipts in excess of GBP900,000 will be used first to repay any amounts owing under the Loan Agreement. Any balance of receipts will be used by the Company for general working capital purposes. The Equity Sharing Agreement entitles the Company to receive back the Sharing Payment on a pro rata monthly basis over a period of 12 months, subject to adjustment upwards or downwards each month depending on the Company's share price during the previous month, as explained in more detail below. The Equity Sharing Agreement provides the opportunity for the Company to benefit from positive future share performance. However, should the Company's share price not perform positively, then the Company may receive less than the GBP3.3 million Sharing Payment, and if its share price falls substantially, the Company may have to return some of the proceeds of the Subscription to D-Beta. In no event, will fluctuations in the Company's share price result in any increase in the number of the Subscription Shares issued by the Company or received by D-Beta. Further details of the Equity Sharing Agreement On completion of the Subscription, the Company shall pay D-Beta the Sharing Payment of GBP3.3 million. The Equity Sharing Agreement provides for a monthly payment to be made by D-Beta to the Company, being GBP275,000 for 12 months (the "Monthly Payment"). Each Monthly Payment may be adjusted up or down depending on whether the average of the lowest ten daily VWAPs of the Ordinary Shares of the Company during the preceding month (the "Monthly Price") is above or below 0.77 pence per Ordinary Share (the "Benchmark Price"). If the Monthly Price is below the Benchmark Price, then the Monthly Payment is reduced based on the following formula:
10/8/2017
19:36
highly geared: I think a Circum event is on the near horizon and this explains the recent frantic efforts to get hold of as many shares as possible, regardless of the short term dilution and Prem share price weakness.....
02/8/2017
15:12
hiddendepths: In view of the responses, I'll just add a little detail. Ignore it by all means. The extra dilution element only comes from the YA part of the financing. The lower the price the more shares they will get each month - as long as PREM don't make the repayments in cash, which is most unlikely IMO as they want to use cash to increase the Circum stake. So YA are clear beneficiaries from a lower price, especially in the price determination 5 day period each month. In essence, YA benefit from as much price volatility as possible so they can sell at the highs and buy at a 10% discount to the lows. This will make for an interesting share price for the next 8 months! As for the novel D-Beta financing.... If the share price averages .45p in the month before a repayment to PREM, the company will only receive £92,600 from D-Beta instead of the £275,000 that they would receive if the price was at the "Benchmark Price" of 0.77p. This makes a mockery of the assertion that the placing has been done at 0.7p! There are plenty of scenarios one can work through as to what the effective placing price is. If the share price climbs above 0.77p, D-Beta will pay the company more than £275,000 each month, although the formula is for only 75% of the surplus rather than the 100% on the downside. Furthermore, if the share price averages below about .2875p, PREM will have to pay D-Beta cash every month instead of the other way round! This may not look likely at present but it is a tangible risk - suppose the Zimbabwe Government cuts up rough for some reason or there are political disturbances. My take on this is that D-Beta would probably rather pay a smaller cash amount per month and if they can find ways of keeping the share price low for the next twelve months, that is what will happen. Clearly whatever happens to the share price, D-Beta are in a win-win situation. If the shares soar above 0.77p, they will doubtless sell plenty of shares in the market. So my take is that 0.77p is likely to be a cap to the price over the next year. But this is just my interpretation of what is going on. No doubt I'm wrong in several ways but as I'm no longer a shareholder I'm not going to dig any deeper so I'll leave it to others to come up with more sophisticated analysis!
31/7/2017
18:46
billthebank: Had time to read the RNS now. Not exactly straight forward now is it? I was invested in WTI and thought they were the best thing since sliced bread until I noticed that we couldnt afford to service the debt unless the price of copper stayed at a reasonably high level. Needless to say it didnt! I exited and managed to get out reasonably well. Funnily enough their share price rose by more than 20% today and why is that at long last the price of copper is moving northwards!!! So what have we here? well we have just given security to our new lenders and they are charging us 18%. Are we mad? Please explain to me who in their right mind would borrow money at credit card rates? Really guys who would do that?I know African potash need I say more? Actually there terms were worse but not a lot worse. Totally ridiculous. Ok it is our intention to repay the debt back over 12 months. No mention of any arrangement fee but in light of the complexity of this repayment program it wont be small change. How much is that going to cost. Right repayments monies are being held aside and it is anticipated that £275K will be released on a monthly basis and if you notice this is linked to our share price. If the share price is below the subscription price of 0.77p then that spells trouble and already if we had to pay our first payment this month and our share price stayed at its current level for 10 days we would only receive £275k - (£275k X(0.77-0.52(approx)) ie approx £207K. Now YA has agreed subject to certain conditions to lend us $2.9M in two tranches and if we fail to make our monthly repayment YA will then have the right to convert any debt owing at a price value of 90% of the share price over a 5 day weighted period. Now if that happens and heaven forbid that it does we are totally stuffed as our share price will simply struggle to recover and we could be in a vicious downward spiral. IMO George did not look at all comfortable in the above pro active video and I believe that is because he did not expect such an adverse reaction to the RNS released today. Could be wrong but that is how it seemed. So definitely squeaky bum time. The question I ask myself is how long is a PEA likely to take as I believe this is so so important. Regarding RHA I believe that this is not as clear cut as first advised. From memory we were talking about in full production by Q3 but I will double check that. Now we are talking Q4 and of course the second tranche of money is kind of dependant on RHA getting its act together At the beginning I said who in their right mind would borrow money at 18%? Well George you may have an agreement to build a stake in Circum but IMO we have our fingers in too many pies and we should just focus on RHA and ZULU. If there is a deal on the table then we should take it because you know what old son this could all go horribly wrong. Personally I am locked in now as today share price reaction has caught me completely unawares and it is only now that I have had the chance to catch up, Not a happy investor as George this is not what you and your company led us to believe was going to happen. Anyone think my glass is currently half empty? please please please place a positive spin on this as I need to hear good news!!!!!!!!!
31/7/2017
13:54
vitec: I think the sell off is overdone but the MM's are finding plenty of sellers. I think PI's are now of the opinion that all of the news is now out and that it is going to take months before the next positive news with the share price reacting accordingly. This position maybe right but I am bitterly disappointed that we are virtually back to square one in where the share price is. This is the effect that YA has on companies share price. I haven't sold and I certainly don't intend to at this price. I thought (maybe naively)that 1p was to cheap but I am still of the firm opinion that all of the ducks are being lined up and that the share price will react to the future newsflow in a positive manner. Negative sentiment usually means a big sell off and exuberance usually means the share price races ahead. The truth is it should settle somewhere in between. PREM has had large spikes in the past only to fall back. I believe I have written about this a few times in the past but I remain positive as the assets are all in situ, nothing there has changed, the only thing has changed in people's perception of where we are today
09/2/2017
07:37
mike_f: For any newbies looking to get an idea of where we are and what we have to come: Courtesy of Xulu on the lse board. PART ONE Headline news - Darwin are gone, brakes are finally off as seen at end of play. So let’s get the MCap and share price back to where it belongs. But where is that you wonder? Following figures based off 4 billion share cap. Current £/$ exchange rates. Facts and figures all based from official independent data, and RNS available for anyone to read. RHA - Cash positive from 28th February. 3 weeks away. After optimisation and ramp up during Q2, we start profits of $6m/y from July. This was based off a Tungsten price of $180mtu, our off-take with Noble is discounted to the current market price. Today Tungsten has risen 10% in Value to $193-198mtu. Our margin is $50/mtu - increasing to $60/mtu at these prices. Profits therefore now $7.2m/y at current price. Commodity boom cycle is starting again, whilst worldwide Tungsten production has shrunk in the low price environment. Most producers are making a loss at these prices. Therefore Tungsten set to strengthen throughout 2017 for further profit increases at RHA. $20m owed back to PREM for the development of RHA - all profits coming to PREM for many years. Using an initial PE of 10 - we get share price of 1.45p value. Mine industry average is PE25. We have a 40 year Life of Mine after RNS in 30th November and scope to expand further when the time comes. Once established in proven sustainable profits we can expect our RHA valuation to reflect the PE25 figure. This is 3.6p from RHA alone. Again, just at current Tungsten prices. Huge upside here, as Tungsten still sat at half its previous highs. Circum - RNS on 18th October and from the proactive article - has been valued at c$42m. This is 0.85p alone pay-off. RNS states and George said in the September Presentation available on youtube - that the license was all but signed. His mates run Circum and he was previously heavily involved with the company. Morgan Stanley have been employed for almost a year now to initiate the buyout. Just waiting for the Ethiopian government to sign off. Now the local state of emergency talked about in the RNS is over, should be soon. Again, c0.85p pay-off coming. TCT - Forestry - From the RNS 31st October - Projected $750k/y profit. Imminent income. Small but adds to RHA profit. Alone TCT is worth 0.21pps. In the future this could turn into promising Limestone deposit - only in early stages, so won’t attribute any value to it. I’m not going to add these up or give exact share price predictions and exact dates - But these are the financials, these are the timelines from RNS. Just facts and figures now that we’re debt free and clear of Darwin. And that’s before we talk about Zulu…. PART TWO So Zulu. Or should I say, Zulu Limited? Assays continue to rollout over the next couple of weeks, with an official resource statement end of February/early March. So far from the RNS’s, grades and extension continue to exceed targets. “Massive visible spodumene mineralisation over significant lengths� - spodumene is the pegmatite with the highest Lithium grades. Check out David Lenigas’s twitter feed today for pictures of our samples with that visible high-grade Lithium. The anticipated resource I calculated is based off the same consistency of discovery and SG established in the historic resource statement at Zulu, then extended over the strike length and depth as George suggested to do in the September Presentation on youtube. It is not simply a cubic volume. It’s not based off a comparison to BGS’s resource, but on the previous historic resource statement established for Zulu in the RNS. Ok? Cool. So what’s the anticipated resource target? From RNS 21st July: 4 years ago, historic resource statement at Zulu of 1.4mt Li2o at 1.4%. This was only on the assumed area at the time of 460m at 50m depth. Since then we have shown it extends over 3.5km and down to 200m depth. 7 times length extension, and 4 times depth extension. And higher grades. If it does indeed extend across this strike length and at these grades as the drill assays are currently proving, then from extrapolation we are looking at 39mt @ c1.7% average is 663k T Li20. The standard conversion to LCE is 2.473 - gives a resource of 1.64mT LCE. Lithium Carbonate contracts are going for $15000/t, with spot prices in China above $25000/t. industry experts such as Michael Langford and Joe Lowry forecast it settling above $10000 for the next decade at least. Check out their twitter feeds for the latest Lithium sector news. At $10000/t - This would give an in-situ value of our anticipated 1.64mt LCE of $16.4billion. With sky high margins to boot. Average cost for a hard-rock deposit in Australia is sitting around $4-5000 before Tantalum. We’ll be a under that by quite a way due to our higher grades, and being in Zimbabwe. Just to give you an idea of the anticipated profitability of Zulu once in production. This is why George now describes it as a ‘world-class deposit’. Because it really is. With exceptional high Tantalum grades to offset production costs. Lately RNS statements include quotes such as “this data supports our belief that Zulu is one of the best hard-rock Lithium exploration projects at this time�. “World-class resource of global significance�. 
This anticipated size is hinted at in PREM’s official tweet: They pointed at BGS’s buyout offer of $107m - then said - that puts Zulu into context. Next adding: And they ONLY have 15.5mt @ 1.48%. https://twitter.com/Premafrimin/status/816367888965763073 PART THREE Please note, as per PREM website, there is an additional strike mapped and trenched which now extends us upto a 5km strike. Also, a further strike to the North of an additional 2km which has had some initial drilling done. Only the initial 3.5km will be included in the resource statement. i.e there is huge upside to the resource figures to come down the line. A total strike of 7km… Tantalum - RNS 21st October - “significantly elevated Tantalum grades in all holes up to 706ppm�. Pilbara - PLS the one everyone is raving about on ASX - shipping raw Lithium concentrate to China - only has 132ppm tantalum, with only 1.26% Li2o. On the PREM website that extended strike to the North included Tantalum grades up to 1037ppm. Conflict-free Tantalum is going for a premium nowadays after a public backlash on the cheaply acquired DRC Tantalum used by Apple/Samsung etc. The 21st Oct RNS continues: “The tantalum grades are even more significant when compared to the bell-weather Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum deposit, which is currently being developed in Australia by Pilbara Minerals Ltd and has reported generally lower tantalum grades than the current Zulu results received to date in their latest reserve statement in August 2016. Pilbara Minerals report that their Proved and Probable Ore Reserve are 69.8 million tonnes grading 1.26% Li2O (Spodumene) and 132ppm Ta2O5. We eagerly await the lithium assays from the South African labs.� PLS is valued at $682m aud. They started just as we did, 2 years ago had a share price of 0.04aud - in one year, between their resource statement and during development studies peaked at 0.87aud. 21 bags in a year. Now understand we have better grades of Lithium, far better grades of tantalum, and far cheaper labour and construction costs in Zimbabwe. This is why people are lining up to meet with us at Indaba. They are looking at us and they see Pilbara with their A$682m mcap in 2 years time, only better. That’s what the future for Zulu is. Except we won’t see it. PREM is offloading Zulu asap. This is why we have 20 meetings lined up at Indaba. That’s why we employed David Lenigas to facilitate the buyout. George said in the September presentation on youtube, that they have had unsolicited approaches already from “numerous people, numerous times.� But in answer to a question said he turned them down because he wants to get this resource statement out, the one coming in a few weeks, to get fair value for the project. PART FOUR So we’ve seen what Zulu may be worth in 2 years time compared to the lesser Pilbara Minerals deposit. So what’s it worth now in a months time with just a resource statement? In terms of buyout offers - BGS is the most recent and used to highlight what’s happening in the industry right now. Not wild speculation, but hard firm offers from the Chinese. $107m aud for a 229kt Li20 resource. Yup. Compare that to our anticipated 663kt Li20. A dollar for dollar amount for contained Li20 would be $310m aud - £190m. Our current fully diluted mcap today after our rise at 0.575p will be c£23m. This represents 8.26x our current value tonight. Zulu Limited could be sold imminently in one of these 20 meetings we have lined up for a 4.75p pay-off. Again, this is based off current deals in the market, and a resource based off facts in the RNS. 
The BGS deal fell through because they had trouble investing the money outside China to certain countries through Chinese red tape. As I pointed out before, on 10th January 2017, Presidents of China and Zimbabwe met in Beijing in order to smooth and encourage investment into Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is adopting the Chinese Yuan to facilitate this. hxxps://www.dailynews.co.zw/articles/2016/05/10/zim-formalises-yuan-adoption - hxxp://www.thezimbabwedaily.com/news/108280-president-mugabes-china-master-stroke.html I don’t want to be accused of wild ramping with my anticipated resource figures, or buyout calculations. This is all based off facts and figures that i’ve illustrated and provided links for. As a minimum, noone can deny that our deposit is bigger than BGS’s. So If it turns out that I’m drastically wrong and that by some total disaster we only have the same resource size as BGS - that $107m aud buyout would still give us a pay-off worth £66m, or 1.65p. But really, as each drill/assay result rolls in, it is only proving the higher anticipated resource worth 4.75p. I’ll bring you back to RHA - 1.45p in July rising to 3.6p once established proven profits. Circum - pay-off 0.85p anytime soon, and TCT - Forestry ops worth 0.21p. Just to remind you, the only reason we have this unique chance is because of the Tungsten price falling through 2 years ago, making RHA unprofitable at the time, forcing us to go to Darwin that has crippled this company. share price had fallen from 3.4p down to 0.2p because of them. Now Darwin are gone, RHA fully funded - the hope of it alone is what started this re-rate last Monday in the RNS. With unprecedented volume last week, absolutely relentless and sustained buying pressure - totalling the entire volume of last year - we’ve finally flushed Darwin out, with RHA fully funded and Zulu drilled - It’s time to recover lost ground. This is just my research. Please look through the numbers, read the RNS, watch the presentations, and make up your own minds.
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