Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambria Africa Plc LSE:CMB London Ordinary Share IM00B28CVH58 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.385 0.37 0.40 0.385 0.385 0.39 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 7.3 2.3 0.4 1.0 2

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11/10/2016
00:57
Indeed, time will tell .... somethings do come good with patience - such as EUA yesterday - so I'll sit on this one and wait as well -
cougar99
10/10/2016
20:15
Cougar99 9 Sep '16 - 17:07 - 280 of 281 0 0 I think with this stock then all you can do presently is keep fingers crossed and wait for announcements. Hopefully all will become good .... eventually ..... ---------------- Wise words, anything else is just noise. Regards.
tenapen
04/10/2016
05:51
Quiet here isn't it .... just over one year since the temporary suspension was lifted ... Will this October bring anything? Answers on a postcard to Windhoek ....
cougar99
09/9/2016
16:07
I think with this stock then all you can do presently is keep fingers crossed and wait for announcements. Hopefully all will become good .... eventually .....
cougar99
09/9/2016
15:34
Anyone got their ear to the ground here? Would be good to get an idea of how things are progressing (if at all).... DL
davidlloyd
25/7/2016
09:51
they are very good at disputes, they won ~= $5m from Lornhomake sure not to miss what's coming nextthey got to move forward and upward
paul the octopus
19/7/2016
19:53
I missed this yesterday, Cambria Africa PLC 18 July 2016 Cambria Africa Plc ("Cambria" or the "Company") Update on Dispute Company files Amended Defence and $1.84 Million in Counterclaims against Consilium In its results announcement of 31 May 2016, the Company referred to claims asserted by Consilium Corporate Recovery Master Fund ("Consilium") relating to their legal costs incurred in their attempt to foreclose on the Consilium loan. Consilium's loan was repaid in full on the repayment date stipulated in the agreement. The Company advises that it filed an Amended Defence and Counterclaim against Consilium in the Commercial Court on 13 July 2016. The Counterclaims total $1.84 million and are based on the substantive losses suffered by the Company as a result of Consilium's actions. The Company will provide a further update regarding the dispute in due course, as appropriate.
tenapen
05/5/2016
08:28
Mr CEO put more than £3m so far, and that is not a bet, he knows he won't be loosing.Consilium off his shoulders now, so we can move on..."With a significant cash equity investment through VAL's subscription in April 2015, my interests as CEO are aligned with that of shareholders.  Shareholders of Cambria have suffered a tremendous loss of value in their investment in the Company. It is my aim to guide the Group back to profitability and restore shareholder value."The board of directors have considered the intrinsic value of Cambria's subsidiaries and is confident that it substantially exceeds the Group'sliabilities."Mr CEO does what he speaks out. he came to the rescue last year and saved it from delisting, and now paid of debt.Capish?
paul the octopus
05/5/2016
06:45
Paul, You say it so much better than I, Do not bet what you can not afford to loose
tenapen
04/5/2016
22:00
Mr CEO put more of his money where his speaks. Maybe a reverse takeover coming, who knows...but Cambria lives on, no more ball games
paul the octopus
04/5/2016
18:38
That's good to know 😀 (So am I by the way) DL
davidlloyd
04/5/2016
18:31
I am still quietly confident about Cambria's future. Regards.
tenapen
04/5/2016
11:19
Good news? Payment of debt and loan by shareholder who sees a lot of value here even at this tiny mkt cap.....perhaps a reverse etc. Cambria Africa PLC 03 May 2016 Cambria Africa Plc ("Cambria" or the "Company") Settlement of Loan Cambria has today given instructions to effect payment in satisfaction of the sums owed to Consilium Corporate Recovery Master Fund Ltd ("Consilium"), which fell due for payment today in a total amount of USD 5,072,327.66. Of this sum, approximately USD 3,293,000 has been paid by Cambria; the remainder has been made available with the assistance of Ventures Africa Limited, a related party by virtue of being 50.55% shareholder and a company in which Samir Shasha (a director in the Company) is the beneficial holder, on terms yet to be agreed. The Company will provide further details on any agreement with Ventures Africa Limited in relation to the sums provided on Cambria's behalf once finalised, in accordance with AIM Rule 13. Consilium assert claims relating to their legal costs in their premature attempt to foreclose on the loan agreement; these costs are disputed by the Company. Cambria meanwhile continues to assert claims against Consilium.
barnetpeter
11/3/2016
16:40
last rns just confirms that Consilium has no case, they are just playing balls with the CEO who got a big stake in the company, 50.50%, and he is not a let go one
paul the octopus
10/3/2016
11:48
Took some more! They need another rns to ram home this mornings as it's not being understood
bean02
10/3/2016
09:14
Excellent news. Poorly presented rns. Consillium news to come
bean02
10/3/2016
08:20
Quiet here. Market doesn't know what to make of news or just not picked up on it yet? Interesting times. DL
davidlloyd
04/3/2016
07:13
Heads up 10m trade in ONZ 1.02p after hours yesterday shares in issue 138m
gonuts1
03/3/2016
09:49
btw, when u see CFEP happy to take 526,910 paying a bit over bid u know what's coming, enjoy the best 2 days for spikes :)
paul the octopus
03/3/2016
09:46
don't worry about them, the CEO is taking care of his 51% holdings very well, and Sillyim just playing balls while mm's taking advantage of puntersso the chap bought 526,910 at 0.5223 sold at 0.5526 for less than £200 profit, was it really worth the risk for a sleep overbet he would buy again at much higher price when next rns arrives, stay tuned and enjoy the balls game
paul the octopus
03/3/2016
09:23
Paul: No one seem to appreciate the significance of the new developments. If you look at the Annual Report numbers... They are very impressive to say the least. I wonder why?
jumbone
02/3/2016
17:39
simply put, the money in the bank will be released and they will get a director on board or have a say in choosing the new CFO, win-win after all
paul the octopus
02/3/2016
17:32
For anyone new looking in to see what the background to todays share price rise is all about. Alliance News Cambria Africa Clarifies It Has Not Accepted Offer From Consilium Wed, 2nd Mar 2016 15:52 LONDON (Alliance News) - Cambria Africa PLC shares rose on Wednesday after it said it is considering the proposed suspension of the ongoing litigation between the company and its lender, clarifying it has not agreed terms. Cambria Africa shares were trading up 27.5% to 0.510 pence per share on Wednesday afternoon. Cambria Africa released a statement earlier this week that said it had agreed the ongoing litigation being stayed, or suspended, until the end of April, but on Wednesday said it is only considering the terms. The litigation arose from a dispute with one of its creditors, Consilium Corporate Recovery Master Fund Ltd, which has offered the suspension to the company. Back in September, Cambria Africa said it "strongly disputes" claims made by Consilium that the company was due to repay a substantial loan, with Cambria Africa accusing Consilium of trying to "accelerate the repayment of the loans". Consilium issued Cambria Africa with a statutory demand in the Isle of Man for the repayment of USD4.8 million pursuant to the terms under the loan agreement between the two companies. The figure demanded by Consilium Corporate Recovery is the same as the USD4.8 million secured by Cambria Africa back in September from Lonrho Ltd earlier in 2015 after a court case between the two companies. Cambria Africa was originally seeking USD10.0 million from Lonrho. In another blow to shareholders, Consilium then converted its floating charge on Cambria's assets, including its primary bank accounts and the USD4.8 million settlement from Lonrho as part of the dispute. That meant Cambria Africa became reliant on the USD1.1 million standby facility made available by Ventures Africa Ltd to the company so it could be used as security for costs in relation to its now settled litigation against Lonrho. The litigation with Lonrho came after Cambria Africa was accused of unlawfully transferred payments by Lonrho to one of its subsidiaries whilst it was managing Cambria in 2008, and over the three aircraft leases. Cambria continues to diligently investigate all the claims it may have against Consilium and the former CEO and Chairman of Cambria, which are both directors of Consilium. On another note, Cambria Africa Wednesday said current Chief Financial Officer Josie Watenphul will no longer carry out her financial management duties, and will become a non-executive director only, as the company begins its search for a new CFO. By Joshua Warner; joshuawarner@alliancenews.com; @JoshAlliance Copyright 2016 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved
tenapen
02/3/2016
16:29
526,910 at 0.52p, nice fill, surely then fishing for stock
paul the octopus
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