Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wadharma LSE:WADH 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% 18.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
0.0 -0.1 -0.3 - 0.00

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07/8/2007
19:26
whats happened are we suspended again
giantpeach2
03/8/2007
13:13
Colin Bird, the Company's new Chairman said: "Kiwara starts with some highly prospective projects on the Kabompo Dome in north west Zambia. We are concluding a fourteen loop EM survey, whose data is now to be processed; and we now have two drills working at Kalumbila on the historically identified 11Km nickel, Cobalt, Copper strike. Meanwhile we have also commenced drilling and a ground radiometrics survey on the uranium at Kawanga. In both projects the strategy is to confirm historic data, seek extensions and to examine up-dip potential. Good progress with these programmes is being made." Sounds confident and they appear to be making good progress. We might see an update very soon with some preliminary results from Kawanga.
keepitup
22/7/2007
07:57
Investors have welcomed Jubilee Platinum boss Colin Bird's reinvention of mobile phone dealer Wadharma as a nickel and cobalt play. Bird has raised £2 million finance from New Africa Mining Fund for the AIM-quoted company, which now holds a large licence area at Kalumbia in Zambia. Bird says the previous owner, Anglo American, estimated a core reserve of up to six million tonnes at 0.6 per cent nickel and an impressively high cobalt grade of 0.2 per cent. He now wants to investigate more of the prospect to expand these amounts. In addition, another part of the licence area, Kawanga, appears to have encouraging uranium potential. Bird plans to change the company's name to Kiwara, which has local resonance. The shares have leapt from 8p to 26p since returning from suspension on Tuesday and should have more mileage if Bird's hopes are realised.
sagem
19/7/2007
13:21
white hot.. lnd 19%
andrbea
19/7/2007
12:56
junior nickel plays are hot just now eg lnd up 13% today
andrbea
19/7/2007
11:42
saw the 50k too, GP a copper, cobalt and uranium play in zambia, and an illiquid stock. Sounds good to me. nia dyor
andrbea
19/7/2007
11:40
50'000 buy, someones confident, or knows??
giantpeach2
19/7/2007
10:34
Routes for resources Africa Investor, 26 June 2006 - Colin Bird, CEO of Jubilee Platinum, a junior mining company, can bump along hard dirt roads in a four-wheel drive for two days to get to a mine. Some companies send their exploration teams by helicopter http://xrl.us/27tr
andrbea
19/7/2007
09:20
zambia + uranium another example http://www.forbes.com/markets/feeds/afx/2007/07/19/afx3929583.html
andrbea
19/7/2007
09:19
update on mining in Zambia The Times of Zambia (Ndola) 29 June 2007 Posted to the web 29 June 2007 THE Zambia's mining sector is back on track. The performance of the sector has improved tremendously in the past few years. Copper production levels have increased from a low of 256,884 tonnes in 2000 to 515,010 tonnes in 2006 while the average copper price rose from US$0.82 per pound in 2000 to US$3.15 per pound in 2006. Employment levels in the mining sector which had declined to 35,966 in 2000 increased to 50,000 in 2006. The GDP growth of the mining sector increased to 11.8 per cent from 6.2 per cent in 2000. Copper output is projected to reach 600,000 tonnes by the end of this year (2007) and 1,000,000 tonnes per year in the next one or two years. "These statistics show that the mining sector has regained its strength and it is the wish of everyone to see this translated into improved well-being of Zambians." says Mines minister, Kalombo Mwansa. Dr Mwansa says Zambia is endowed with various mineral resources which include copper, cobalt, zinc, lead, nickel, platinum group elements, manganese, tin, tantalum and iron. Among the industrial minerals, Zambia has limestone, phosphate, feldspars, silica and dimension stones such as marble, granite and sodalite. Energy minerals found in the country include uranium, oil and gas. This is in addition to the abundance of precious stones and mineral deposits among them amethyst, aquamarine, citrine, tourmaline, gold, silver, diamonds and garnet. The minister notes that Zambia has vast potential for further mineral exploration, as about 45 per cent of Zambia is yet to be geologically surveyed and covered by geological maps. The maps enable private companies to engage in comprehensive and detailed prospecting work with a view to developing new mines. Opportunities also abound for oil and gas exploration and development in Zambia, given that recently, the method of Microbial Prospecting for Oil and Gas (MPOG) has produced very promising results in North-Western Province. Further exploration by the Geological Survey Department using the MPOG method is expected to take place this year. The exploration activities will cover Western Province, North Luangwa or Chama areas in Eastern Province where Placid Oil did extensive preliminary explorations in the 1980s. "Areas which will show positive results will be demarcated into additional blocks and announced to invite tenders for companies to undertake investigations leading to feasibility studies and mine development," says Dr Mwansa. With regard to investment and business opportunities in copper, African Eagle Resources, a company that has been carrying out copper explorations in Mkushi, has discovered more high grade copper in the area, some four kilometres south of the main copper zone discovered earlier. According to the 1990 study of the Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (ZCCM), the area in Mkushi at Munda, could contain up to eight million tonnes of copper ore at an average grade of 1.2 per cent. Some 96,000 tonnes of copper could be extracted from the area. The African Eagle Resources believes their prospecting work in the area could raise this figure to 500,000 tonnes. On the Copperbelt, the Government recently granted Teal Exploration and Mining a large scale mining licence to start mining operations at Mwambashi near Chingola. The company is also undertaking explorations at Konkola North. Both Mwambashi and Konkola North would soon develop into new mines. In Lusaka Province, says Dr Mwansa, Zambezi Resources is preparing to open a new mine in Chongwe. A major highlight is the discovery of copper and gold deposits at Cheowa in the district whose extraction will soon be underway. Relevant Links
andrbea
19/7/2007
08:22
on July 12 it shot from ca 8.2 to 35 (26p up) = high illiquidity (not so much as ovd though..) :-) hence the MMS keeping a wide spread to deter the herd. nia dyor
andrbea
18/7/2007
13:41
the juicy bit: (source post 38) Bird has raised £2 million finance from New Africa Mining Fund for the AIM-quoted company, which now holds a large licence area at Kalumbia in Zambia. Bird says the previous owner, Anglo American, estimated a core reserve of up to six million tonnes at 0.6 per cent nickel and an impressively high cobalt grade of 0.2 per cent. He now wants to investigate more of the prospect to expand these amounts. In addition, another part of the licence area, Kawanga, appears to have encouraging uranium potential
andrbea
18/7/2007
13:38
Ready for another move up
keepitup
18/7/2007
11:27
nice read andrbea
giantpeach2
18/7/2007
07:20
http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/news-and-comment/257142/jubilee-boss-in-new-venture.thtml
andrbea
17/7/2007
19:14
Wish i had waited but then it was always a gamble - they bought the business for 7 million so 36p looks like a target, current market cap is just over 4 mil. Looking for a fast rise up. imo, dyor.
keepitup
17/7/2007
17:16
Yes looks like one to trade, in and out. Looks promising longer term thou,
giantpeach2
17/7/2007
12:26
Glad i was out at 28p. well pleased,when to buy in again that is the question.Hoping for 16p
regandjess
16/7/2007
09:38
I threw some play money at this at 29p and guess what im looking for a bounce! Still after that rise it only stands to reason a fall back was on teh cards before the next leg up.
keepitup
15/7/2007
11:32
What a great deal that Richard Wollenberg has pulled off here. Seems to have got the share price back to where things were before Celltalk got into trouble - very impressive! The new management team, headed by Colin Bird, is great news. Why they gave away some of their equity to reverse through this company is a mystery, but there we go.
topvest
13/7/2007
11:00
Anyone looking for another cash shell which could pull off a decent mining related RTO should have a look at XLD. The bloke behind it brought tanzanite one to the market and is pretty well connected. Its worth a punt around current levels as its not on too large a premium to cash and the management have a big interest still in finding a good deal. DYOR though.
nickcduk
13/7/2007
09:21
Looking strong here.
keepitup
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