Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ironveld Plc LSE:IRON London Ordinary Share GB0030426455 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.575 0.55 0.60 0.575 0.575 0.58 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.6 -0.1 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/3/2020
16:07
Well that doesn't say much. And he is linked to this iig: https://www.linkedin.com/company/interior-image-group/ which is a completely different company.
orange1
30/3/2020
15:39
hxxps://za.linkedin.com/in/monwabisi-twantwa-b798a026
kennylogsin
30/3/2020
12:30
I couldn't find anything either - you may have a good point!
euclid5
30/3/2020
12:07
Hope this is not another Lekoil. Tried to google IIG and Monwabisi Twantwa. Only results I can find are linked to this announcement...
willo
30/3/2020
12:03
" addition, certain Ironveld Board Directors have agreed in principle, conditional on completion of the Fundraising, to capitalise substantially all of their historic deferred salaries and fees (totalling approximately £543,000) for 129,195,548 new ordinary shares in the capital of Ironveld (the "Salary Shares") at the same Issue Price of 0.42 pence" Https://www.investegate.co.uk/ironveld-plc--iron-/rns/strategic-partnership-and-conditional-fundraising/202003301000050163I/
euclid5
30/3/2020
11:26
It's the strategic partnership and future potential that's exciting, not the size of these particular transactions.
vatnabrekk
30/3/2020
11:12
OMG! IRON are at a year's high (or no lower than the year's high) following this announcement: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/ironveld-IRON/share-news/Ironveld-PLC-Strategic-Partnership-and-Conditional/82110633 Existing shareholders getting substantially diluted but good to see South African investors getting heavily involved. Mcebisi Jonas is the former Deputy Finance Minister: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mcebisi_Jonas
orange1
30/3/2020
11:09
Well News but hardly pulse raising. The sums involved are more corner shop than corporation. Q
quidnunc
30/3/2020
10:39
Nice news today!
tommygriff
09/3/2020
10:41
Maybe GC & JW didn't do us such a bad turn after all.....
ladeside
24/2/2020
13:44
There are some logistical similarities between Bushveld Minerals, its recent Vanchem business acquisition and greenfield Mokopane development site on the Northern Limb compared to Ironveld. Ironveld's project is located close to Mokopane,on the Northern Limb and Bushveld's Vanchem processing plant is located adjacent to Witan which is very close to Middleburg, the location of the 7.5 MW Smelting Plant and Associated Infastructure, both projects are separated by about 200kl of road. Operational costs like transportation, power, and water supply could be similar as well as access to a skilled labour force. Briefly, the Bushveld Minerals /Mokopane integrated metrics: Initial Capital Costs $298m NPV 9% Real $418m IRR 25% Ironveld would be mining different commodities, on a smaller scale, with much lower start up costs to acquire smelter ($7m?), refurbish, short commissioning time to become cash flow positive. Most asset financing deals would be interesting on a IRR of 15% or better.
utsushi
23/2/2020
08:39
https://www.icis.com/explore/resources/news/2020/02/14/10471917/interview-the-tide-is-turning-for-global-tio2-outlook-chemours-ceo
tommygriff
20/2/2020
19:24
Ladeside - that's what I was thinking...
bigwavedave
20/2/2020
13:20
We have waited 7 years so far so I remain cautious !
underhill2
20/2/2020
13:19
Wait and see
underhill2
20/2/2020
13:18
The appointment of Eales surely tips the balance heavily in favour of a financing deal being done, otherwise why would the company approach him and why would he take the job ??
ladeside
20/2/2020
12:35
Only time will tell but we have heard all this talk before whoever is the CEO. There is no doubt one way or another the future of Ironveld will be decided.
underhill2
20/2/2020
12:10
I feel a bit more hopeful about the financing now with Martin Eales than I did previously with Cox.
vatnabrekk
20/2/2020
11:49
Could not agree more. No progress has been made in all these years.The financing will be sorted soon or bankruptcy awaits. At present I would put the odds at 50/50. Im a holder here but not at all confident of a positive outcome. Its just taking too long for the financing to be agreed
underhill2
20/2/2020
11:32
Small world, not called in here for a while, but found myself following up on a tip on Sylvania Platinum yesterday and this morning I thought, "that name rings a bell". I realise now that they are the company that sold the concessions Ironveld bought on incorporation. 2012 was the year Mercury Recycling bought the assets for £13.7 million and changed it's name to Ironveld. we were going to get two huge smelters onsite back then and it would all be done in 2 to 3 years. I see Ironveld is the same as it ever was, half a step from fortune, half a step from bankruptcy and a market cap less than half the price paid for the assets. Still a flip of a coin.
al101uk
19/2/2020
16:14
Vatnabrekk - thanks for the info. I need reminders these days!
bigwavedave
19/2/2020
12:38
I thought the main use was car gear boxes and with the introduction of electric cars the demand would decline?
tommygriff
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