Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Draganfly Investments Ltd LSE:DRG London Ordinary Share JE00BSJX1352 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -6.06% 0.775p 0.75p 0.80p 0.825p 0.75p 0.825p 4,051,546 14:34:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.3 1.1 0.7 1.31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2017
13:19
DRG – DRAGANFLY INVESTMENTS WHAT WE KNOW AND WHAT LINKS WE HAVE – links with KOD could suggest Kalahari resources which would mean gold or another lithium/cooper or cobalt asset which could be linked to Botswana metals. Gold north river resources which Luke was a director of. http://www.draganflyinvestments.com/officers.aspx • CLEAN SHELL – 169m shares in issue, free float very low, base made at .80 and above. no debt, CLN's are any other baggage, there's very little potential bad news for downside here. It's a shell after all. • 110K IN THE BANK PRE PLACING, PLACING 500K = £610K • RUNNING COST 115K PER YEAR (VERY LOW) • LUKE BRYAN AND DENNIS EDMONDS NOT TAKING SALARY NOW OPTIONS GIVEN INSTEAD of director fees owed to Dennis • DENNIS CONFIRMED TO ME HE WAS HAPPY TO WAIVE SALARY FOR OPTIONS DENNIS NO. -07796338372 • Now 4 MMs 2 joining in the last few weeks they must be expecting something to drive liquidity here. • Dennis Vernon Edmonds (Finance Director) Dennis practiced as a corporate solicitor in the Republic of South Africa and in England and has extensive experience of corporate acquisitions and restructurings. He was later employed at board level in the investment banking and venture capital industries. His experience includes structuring deals and running companies. In April 2004 he became CEO of Setstone Plc, an AIM listed company which was completing a reverse takeover of a gold mining company in the Kyrgyz Republic. He resigned from this post once the documentation was prepared for submission to the Takeover Panel. Dennis will assume the responsibilities of finance director. • Luke Bryan (Executive Chairman) Luke is a mining engineer with over 25 years of international experience. Most recently he was chief executive officer, now technical director, of Kodal Minerals an AIM quoted mineral exploration company and prior to that he worked both as a public company director and as an independent consultant. Luke has worked throughout Africa, Australia, the Former Soviet Union and Europe. He holds degrees in Mining Engineering and Economics from Auckland University. • I WOULD IMAGINE Edward Bayman will be stepping down as they take control of the board here, he has already moved down for Luke to take the chairman roll here. • Edward Bayman, Chairman of Draganfly, commented: “We are pleased to welcome Luke to the Board as a number of the opportunities we are considering are in the resource sector and Luke's background will be invaluable in assisting the Board to evaluate these." • Luke Bryan setting up Kalahari Metals on May 3 2017 renamed from Botswana metals. https://www.check-business.co.uk/business/10751423/kalahari-metals-limited REGISTRATION DETAILS • DRG fundraising 8 May 2017 • Luke Bryan coming on to BOD on 30 May 2017 (KOD LINK) • Pelamis taking 29.4% of the shares in the company (KOD LINK), then Luke joined the board after they had taken this holding as we know Luke has previous history with this guys and also has an asset with them. • Other director of Kalahari is Adam Wooldridge, Director at Xpotential Geoscientific Consulting – Adam Wooldridge related to Robert Wooldridge (KOD LINK) • Kalahari metals has been registered at share price Angels address – Robert Woolridge offices (KOD link) • Shareholders of Kalahari Metals include Brett Van Coller, Managing Director at Remote Exploration Services, and Peter HOllick Technical Director of remote Exploration Services • Adams company - http://www.xpotential.co.za/projects.html and projects they have worked on. • Brett van coller and peter Hollicks company http://www.res.co.za/clients • BCL Limited • Botswana Metals Limited (BML) are both on their client list hence a link to them and Luke registering Botswana metals now Kalahari metals, adam also has carried work out on these projects for BCL and BML • BCL gone into administration/liquidation has left BML with no partner for their asset portfolio http://botswanametals.com.au/ they are listed ASX and are low on funds and potentially looking for a partner to replace BCL. • http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/173768/botswana-metals-assays-reveal-lithium-tantalum-and-tin-173768.html • http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/174080/botswana-metals-uncovers-additional-cobalt-drill-intercepts-174080.html • http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/173417/botswana-metals-conducts-over-subscribed-placement-173417.html • So the focus is now shifting to copper, lithium and cobalt, Luke has experience in this area and with mining assets so ideally placed to be involved here – other shareholders in Kalahari metals already have worked on these projects • So possibilities here of either a JV with BML, taking some of their assets for cash as they are asset rich and cash poor or taking gold assets from KOD and adding West Africa Gold Exploration (Namibia) which could be taken from north river resources, which ever it is, it is lined up and ready to be put in here at a very good price. • KOD bought their asset for £150k and did 16bags, hence why I think this play is looking very attractive, strong links and Luke has plenty of options and contacts in this area as well as a very good reputation for doing business in Botswana and Namibia. • It seems within the last 5 years Luke Bryan was director of one of Kalahari Minerals subsidiaries called West Africa Gold Exploration (Namibia) (Pty) Limited this held Kalahari’s gold and base metal assets in Namibia (KOD link). Which I think was aquired by North River Resources in which Luke Bryan was also a director. http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/News/NewsFeedItem.aspx?id=83874268984169 Judging by the new company being named "Kalahari metals" and Luke Bryan being a Director again I wonder if this is all somehow related. • I wonder whether Kalahari metals is going to obtain or somehow be involved in this project http://www.northriverresources.com/project-outjo.aspx Through research I found Luke was Director of :- West Africa Gold Exploration (Namibia) (Pty) Limited which was a subsidiary of Kalahari resources. This was acquired by North River resources where Luke was a Director Now Luke opens a company with similar name to Kalahari resources called Kalahari metals and also becomes director of DRG so it seems a strange coincidence • http://www.kodalminerals.com/#!/en/content/grimeli-project-description • http://www.kodalminerals.com/#!/en/content/slam-project • http://www.northriverresources.com/project-outjo.aspx north river are open to options to buy any of their assets as they need funding. • https://www.africaintelligence.com/AMA/business-circles/2017/02/07/steinepreis-brothers-patiently-cobbles-together-a-gold-empire,108210505-ART Looks like North river resources has assets in Namibia. Steinepreis seems to like Namibia and I know that gold has been mentioned • seems BML's interests include Cobalt and Lithium in Botswana. It also seems that BML was in a JV with BCL Ltd, the refining company that recently went into liquidation. That liquidation has clearly impacted upon the JV which is now on hold. • So is all this just coincidence or is BML looking to offload some of those licences which were previously part of the JV? Cobalt and lithium in Botswana, very interesting. Take a look at the https://hotcopper.com.au/threads/ann-investor-presentation.3512451/?post_id=25534929#.WW1WgU3mqUm • if the links are right Luke and Pelamis was the KOD combo, luke joined here but has not left KOD and pelamis are the major shareholder here, I would imagine KOD didn't want to take another asset but have decided to use DRG is the vehicle for it. all links to the recent Liquidation of BCL, and Botswana metals plays with them. So plenty of major resources available at the moment in a sale like fashion. links also to Luke Bryan setting up Kalahari metals before joining here, which was a name change from Botswana metals as he first registered. So all fingers pointing towards these links • Here's a summary of the jv position between Botswana metals and BCL Under the Farm-in Joint Venture Agreement if a party becomes insolvent (including being placed in provisional liquidation) then: (a) during the earning period (until a party has formally earned its interest) the solvent party may terminate the farm-in by notice to the insolvent party; (b) if a participant has earned its interest then: (i) the solvent party may compulsorily acquire the interest of the insolvent party at an agreed price or, if a price cannot be agreed, at a price recommended by a qualified person as the fair market value of the interest; or (ii) if there is no acquisition of the insolvent party’s interest, the joint venture can be terminated and the assets are to be realised and the net proceeds, after paying any liabilities of the joint venture, are to be distributed to the participants in proportion to their interests. It seems that BCL has earned its interest and so (b) applies. Looks like a question as to whether a price can be agreed or whether a qualified person needs to be appointed to decide. IN SUMMARY. From the breakdown of our research we are looking at a very clean shell with Luke Bryan at the helm with links to KOD and Pelamis. £600K in the bank so plenty for a deal as we saw at KOD. Pelamis have plenty of available assets to put in here esp. in the gold sector, also maybe a play for KOD marc2 with another lithium asset. From a purchase point of view we could take assets from North river resources or Botswana metals who are both cash strapped or we could JV with Botswana metals. Plenty of option here and the links are really strong to a few things – Gold, lithium, cobalt and copper. Administrators are selling assets off, Luke setting up Kalahari metals 5 days before the placing here and then joining the BOD makes me think deals are all but done and we could see some serious asset deal landing here pretty soon.
uinsionn1
18/7/2017
11:57
http://twitdoc.com/view.asp?id=404962&sid=8OGY&ext=DOCX&lcl=DRG-research.docx&usr=AIMRANGER1 some research into DRG and possible angles that luke bryan and pelamis are looking at.
uinsionn1
18/7/2017
09:50
Blue start today - See if we can get an idea to what Pelamis will do here -
tomboyb
17/7/2017
14:59
Nice buys, some where waiting for cheaper stock don't think its coming, all that's coming here is news, and soon I think too, I like a good speculation. Had some great winners lately had MYSQ too, same crew around here as KOD they backed in a £150,000 asset and did 16 bags, we got £500,000 imagine what this can do with a nice asset. All lined up before Luke joined the BOD, just siting tight now waiting for my big payday.
uinsionn1
13/7/2017
13:57
I did 2 buy deals of 250000 shares each at 1332 and 1334 hours but both show as sells. the table of deals might be misleading. This is my latest speculation. The last 2 were PURP and MYSQ. DYOR.
whatmore
13/7/2017
09:19
If you take the basic pattern here of the Luke Bryan and Pelamis, the relationship was build at KOD, Pelamis bought 29.9% of the shares here and then a few weeks Later Luke joined here but didn't leave KOD, the financial director here has waived his salary here in the place of taking options, so something big must be happening, in the last two weeks we have gone from 2 MM's to 4 MM's, now they aint here for a laugh, they do DD before joining as they have to pay to be involved, So again everything pointing towards something big coming in here to make this very liquid. DYOR
uinsionn1
13/7/2017
09:17
res.co.za/clients I see BCL limited are listed as a client. Hollick & van coller are both also directors of kalahari metals.
uinsionn1
13/7/2017
09:16
if the links are right Luke and Pelamis was the KOD combo, luke joined here but has not left KOD and pelamis are the major shareholder here, I would imagine KOD didn't want to take another asset but have decided to use DRG is the vehicle for it. all links to the recent Liquidation of BCL, and Botswana metals plays with them. So plenty of major resources available at the moment in a sale like fashion. links also to Luke Bryan setting up Kalahari metals before joining here, which was a name change from Botswana metals as he first registered. So all fingers pointing towards these links.If you take the basic pattern here of the Luke Bryan and Pelamis, the relationship was build at KOD, Pelamis bought 29.9% of the shares here and then a few weeks Later Luke joined here but didn't leave KOD, the financial director here has waived his salary here in the place of taking options, so something big must be happening, in the last three weeks we have gone from 2 MM's to 4 MM's, now they aint here for a laugh, they do DD before joining as they have to pay to be involved, So again everything pointing towards something big coming in here to make this very liquid. DYORhttp://botswanametals.com.au/ also got a feeling with BCL going into liquidation and now announced assets being sold off separately, I would imagine KOD offered asset but got enough on their plate, so I would expect luke joining here but not leaving KOD means that Kod are looking to use DRG for their next asset. DYOR just posting as been digging
uinsionn1
04/7/2017
12:32
Time to get in
stealive
03/7/2017
15:35
thar she blows
backtogo
03/7/2017
15:33
the rug is about to be pulled
backtogo
03/7/2017
15:32
ready? any time now..
backtogo
29/6/2017
16:55
look out below
backtogo
29/6/2017
15:27
Looks like some of the Aussie listed Botswana metals assets may be heading this way.Luke Bryan setup a company called kalahari metals but previously called it Botswana metals but changed it.Adam wooldridge who is the other major shareholder in kalahari owns a company called www.res.co.za they along with Peter hollers company www.xponential.co.za have done all the technical work in BotswanaBotswana metals are cash strapped and bcl who they Jv'd with have gone into liquidation on the 19th June.My guess is that some of those nickel, cobalt, lithium, tantalum licenses are coming in here and pelemis have picked them up on he cheap.Luke is familiar with lithium from kod days.
jonnyfro
29/6/2017
10:11
And back to normal jogging... Almost got exciting.
sidjameslaugh
27/6/2017
12:50
Another day closer to news
stealive
26/6/2017
10:46
Well someone is offloading in 750 chunks now and it can only be our big holder.
sapper2476
26/6/2017
09:22
fresh air. that's all this is
backtogo
26/6/2017
09:14
Yep. I reckon the big holder here is offloading in 500k chunks. Expect a TR1 when they are done and a decent bounce. Ill hold off until then.
sidjameslaugh
21/6/2017
14:37
chances are you'll be able to buy it at a 40% discount pretty soon nothing but a money pit here
backtogo
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