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CMB Cambria Africa Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
05 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.22 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.20 0.24 0.22 0.22 0.22
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Svcs Allied W/exchanges, Nec USD 920k USD -178k USD -0.0003 -7.33 1.2M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.22 GBX

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27/10/202211:47CAMBRIA AFRICA 2022 at 0.30p12

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Cambria Africa Daily Update
Cambria Africa Plc is listed in the Svcs Allied W/exchanges, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMB. The last closing price for Cambria Africa was 0.22p.
Cambria Africa currently has 544,576,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Cambria Africa is £1,198,067.
Cambria Africa has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.33.
This morning CMB shares opened at 0.22p
Posted at 28/10/2023 08:32 by dave4545
So yesterday a major shareholder in FireAngel offered to buy out the remaining stock for 7.4p cash when it was sitting at 2p offer.

Can Samir not doing the same, he does not have to offer 0.74p, I'd be over the moon with 0.5p and yes we know NAV is way higher but I think we are long past caring about that NAV.

Surprised he's not done this, get a loan, buyout remaining stock at a fair price then he gets the money back via the cash in the account and even comes out ahead.

It's just a lot of us want to move on now?
Posted at 20/10/2023 10:44 by dave4545
Me, I've just about given up buying anything now.

I was thinking of having some more at 0.215p but it's higher now.

At least there's a buyer here which makes things interesting, I'm not a believer in the 1 trade but in this stock perhaps interesting, who on earth would buy 1 share in this to try and fool others into buying...nobody
Posted at 20/10/2023 10:33 by davidlloyd
Is that 1 share trade you topping up again Dave? :-)

Posted at 20/10/2023 10:27 by dave4545
ha ha 1 share trade.

For any believers that is
Posted at 15/9/2023 17:31 by dave4545
Everything is great until the very last line of the update about the delisting why did he have to even mention it if they are not certain of doing it.

I've held a long time and to my knowledge I'm the second biggest holder of CMB although it probably does not show because it's in different names in different nominee broker accounts.

We all know it's like £4 coins for £1 but this fine in the UK but not in Zimbabwe.

I enquired into a price for a decent holding and got offered a ridiculous amount 0.18p actually. I'm not negative but I would like a small holding and less stress because I have been making money elsewhere.

I just do not understand with £1 mil+ why Sammy does not use that cash to buy us out as he holds 70% so 30% currently is worth £360k so I'll bite his hand off with a 0.4p offer just to move on, if only I could speak to him, no replies to emails and has anybody got a phone number ?
Posted at 13/7/2023 11:08 by dave4545
So potentially.

£1.5 mil market cap

Assuming no material changes in results.

£1 mil of cash in USD.

Sale of A.F. Philips for over £1.3 mil

Properties worth £2 mil although they have been up for sale we guess for
a while with no takers.

But the South African deal with Paynet could be the game changer

CMB was trading around 8-10 times higher when Paynet was rolling in the cash

Firstly lets see those results and return to trading
Posted at 29/5/2023 14:04 by tenapen
'It's a steal'

Let's hope it's a reference to the discounted assets to M/C and not the CMB bod !.

I've written this investment off so many times over so many years, going back to when they were called LonZim / Lonrho. I'd be delighted to get money back, but pragmatic.

Time will tell.

I read about money going into Africa, but is it going to Zimbabwe ? The highest of risks.

That's a lot of money dave, I hope it works out for You and I both.
Posted at 29/5/2023 08:18 by dave4545
Surely they have to say something soon.

I know he says he wants to obtain full value for assets but now I'd be thinking take discounts. Sell the property 20-30% below market price if no buyers, sell all business's the same. With the cash already outside Zimbabwe it would still be a return way above current price.

I think I'm having more sleepless nights than samir tenapen, no replies to emails and I'm not going to Zimbabwe to find out but then again with £30-40k in this one maybe I should !
Posted at 06/2/2023 15:11 by dave4545
So Vast just expect Zim to hand them over.

Can CMB expect to get all their money withheld by the Zim banks and government then ?

Vast Resources plc, the AIM-listed mining company, wishes to announce a further update to the RNS of 2 February 2023 regarding the settlement of historic claims.

The Company advised that as at 1 February 2023 the High Court of Zimbabwe granted a default Order against the Minister of Mines & Mining Development relating to the release of the historic parcel of 129,400 carats of rough diamonds held in safe custody at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

The Company is pleased to announce that it is now in receipt of the signed and stamped High Court of Zimbabwe Order relating to the release of the historic parcel of 129,400 carats of rough diamonds held in safe custody at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (‘Historic Parcel’) and will now commence the process for the initiation of a lawful and transparent process for the release of the Historic Parcel into the Company’s possession.
Posted at 02/2/2023 19:21 by dave4545
Never really heard any more about this ?

Crazy the way Vast 7 bagged this week from low to high yet it's a total scam of a company all because of news in Zimbabwe. If you told me a Zimbabwe stock would spike to 1p this week I would have just assumed it would be us CMB but alas not to be

Still think we have super value here trading miles below NAV and with Samir holding almost 70% it does not take much to move this in either direction, hopefully north.
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