Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Botswana Diamonds Plc LSE:BOD London Ordinary Share GB00B5TFC825 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.025 490,970 08:00:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.00 1.05 1.025 1.025 1.025
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.47 -0.06 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:55:49 O 11,466 1.00 GBX

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Botswana Diamonds Daily Update: Botswana Diamonds Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOD. The last closing price for Botswana Diamonds was 1.03p.
Botswana Diamonds Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.90p and a 12 week average price of 0.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.78p.
There are currently 849,405,235 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 767,735 shares. The market capitalisation of Botswana Diamonds Plc is £8,706,403.66.
perroverde: PJL4 yes the exercise of warrants causes dilution as the company issues new shares in return for the payment by the holder. That’s why ‘fully diluted’ mcap figures are sometimes used, to take account of outstanding warrants (or company-issued options - but not exchange-traded options) which are in issue at a strike price lower than the current share price.
euclid: perroverde, that news was RNS'd in March here:- hTtps:// "Agreement has finally been reached with the liquidators of BCL to acquire the remaining 51% of Maibwe. Following completion of the acquisition Maibwe will be owned by Future Mineral (50%), Siseko (29%) and BOD (21%). BOD owns 51% of Siseko so the net interest of BOD will be 36%. A new work programme will be prepared including modelling of the current diamond results to optimise a fresh drilling programme."
napoleon 14th: BOD having to go it alone on Ghaghoo as VAST pulled out & are restructuring instead of going bust! What VAST would have been worth before restructuring is a matter for speculation, so maybe it's best that way. Thing is, Ghaghoo has a lot of potential, so here's hoping a serious alternative is found. GEMD for example, tho' I'd bet they've been asked but with VAST out of the picturethis might work. Meanwhile, on with Thorny River... I was wondering whether to add to my mini-punt on BOD, but will wait for mow.....
atlas1234: I think the Vast share price is the proxy for the credibility of Vast's management, and how it is perceived. share price now in free fall at 0.5p so I would take what Vast and Gem say is ths position, and discount Vast's announcement completely.
fenners66: Slightly different wording that BOD from VAST this morning "Further to the previous announcement regarding the Company informing Botswana Diamonds PLC ("BOD") & Gem Diamonds (together "the parties") of its intention not to proceed with the acquisition of GDB, as announced on 23 August 2021, the parties continue working together to ensure a mutually beneficial outcome and in the interim an agreement has been reached to extend the longstop date by 40 days from 31 March 2022 to 10 May 2022 to allow BOD to secure an alternative joint venture partner. "
799boy: I noted on JCs recent Twitter post that he referred to BOD as a mining/exploration junior. In my opinion they definitely have ambitions to become a producer. I think the point is they have options. Like many I am waiting for a view of the commerciality of TR. TBTT I noted your recent workings re. potential value of this asset. I think confirmation on this from BOD will 'light up' the share price and get things in motion. Sooner the better while diamond prices/demand are high.
atlas1234: No effect whatsoever I would have thought. I think the share price fully discounts anything bod might have in zimbabwe - which is zip. The value of bod is in thorny river, and perhaps gaghoo. Somehow I cant see vast, a $6 mill coy, stumping up in $4 mill debt for gaghoo as they claim. Vast must be close to being bankrupt imo, so it will be interesting to see how the vast and gaghoo stories play out.
tigerbythetail: I think the placing (which had to happen) is at a fair enough price. 1p is a lot more than the 0.6p that the most recent placings have been at, and the 2p warrants shows confidence in the future (IMO justified). £550K is a lot for a BOD placing, and it will cover off the imminent KX36 bill as well as a lot more drilling at Thorny River, etc. I imagine there'll be a few selling off their shares at bel-even (or near it) in the next few days whilst keeping the warrants. But after that the share price should rise. Re: Ghagoo... Since somebody asked, I make Vast (BOD's JV partner and the supposed source of financing for the reopening of the mine) to be right on the brink of delisting / bankruptcy / some other corporate disaster. I don't think they are good for their obligations (by a distance). I assume Vast have already offered the deal to Burgundy Diamonds (a far superior partner) and they passed on it. So what next for that deal?
tigerbythetail: To be honest, I found the broker note almost childish in its simplicity. Surely, it would have been better to value Ghagoo and KX36 at the price that BOD (and VAST) paid for them (i.e. a song), rather than go for this resource based methodology. Ghagoo has a history of being a sink for capital - it's up to BOD (and Vast) to prove that things will be different this time around. That won't be easy. The broker note also ignores the fact that Vast have no money of their own and a very questionable ability to borrow any. So how is the deal for Ghagoo meant to complete? And then the one asset which BOD have which is clearly going to be commercial, that is Thorny River, isn't valued in the note at all. Very odd. Given the market-makers have used the broker note as an excuse to push up the share price on very low volume, I think we can guess what is coming next. Remember BOD have to pay $300K for KX36 in November. All in all, I thought BOD were a little bit better than these shenanigans.
fenners66: More Spin , and here's why Headline "Botswana Diamonds PLC JV acquisition of Ghaghoo diamond mine in Botswana" Sounds impressive BOD with almost no cash sets up a joint venture to mine.... But read the small print "BOD has a 10% free carry in consideration of the services it has provided to Okwa up to maximum total expenditure of US$15 million (including the acquisition consideration) and may not be diluted below 2.5% thereafter. " BOD can fund that up to 30% BUT BOD " does not currently have a funding commitment to Okwa nor does BOD currently intend to provide further funding under its earn-in arrangements. BOD's interest in Okwa will be accounted for as an investment ." INVESTMENT - likely 2.5% of a currently loss making operation which will require $m's to get started up again..... Since the mine under care and maintenance is LOSS making, Flooded at least 4 months (optimistic) to pump Has had an earthquake Has a sinkhole Needs its diesel generators replacing Needs its recovery replacing Needs improvements in road access and potential fiscal concessions Has never made a profit. So if VAST had any cash it would get swallowed up rapidly BOD would be managing the site (!?) BOD has virtually no employees so that would mean Campbell , which effectively means all their other "ideas" have to wait .... WAIT remember that Clontarf modus operandi ? If it did get purchased , without any further work.. "BOD and VAST as shareholders of Okwa have severally guaranteed the obligations and performance of Okwa under the Share Sale Agreement "..."under the Mines and Minerals Act is a guarantee for the rehabilitation obligation on closure of the mine which has been independently assessed at BWP34,332,195 (approximately US3 million) on sudden closure." So if the transaction ever happened BOD would be on the hook for $300k . Which they do not have ? But it may never get ratified. Perhaps BOD and VAST have learned lessons from PET's concert party after all..... But hey I guess some of you gamblers did not even get passed the headline..... Happy to help.
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