Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Katoro Gold Plc LSE:KAT London Ordinary Share GB00BSNBL022 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 3.45% 1.50 3,544,153 12:06:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.40 1.60 1.5125 1.45 1.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.67 -0.39 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:22:34 O 31,898 1.53 GBX

Katoro Gold (KAT) Latest News

More Katoro Gold News
Katoro Gold Investors    Katoro Gold Takeover Rumours

Katoro Gold (KAT) Discussions and Chat

Katoro Gold Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
16/4/202115:56Katoro Gold + charts2,696
09/3/202116:14Katoro Gold 2020 - Gold JV and Assets219
22/2/200517:41Put your Katcenca PUMP and DUMP share here14
16/7/200223:07Message for KITKAT-

Add a New Thread

Katoro Gold (KAT) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2021-04-16 15:22:351.5331,898488.04O
2021-04-16 14:44:511.4267,206955.00O
2021-04-16 14:34:381.4210,000142.20O
2021-04-16 13:44:381.42700,0009,940.00O
2021-04-16 13:41:231.46500,0007,300.00O
View all Katoro Gold trades in real-time

Katoro Gold (KAT) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
17/4/2021
09:20
Katoro Gold Daily Update: Katoro Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KAT. The last closing price for Katoro Gold was 1.45p.
Katoro Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.45p and a 12 week average price of 1.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.35p.
There are currently 378,912,593 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,074,270 shares. The market capitalisation of Katoro Gold Plc is £5,683,688.90.
07/4/2021
15:14
grahamwales: yaki Think they will need a placing as diamond drilling is more expensive, however if they can get a placing away at 1.50 or above then should be ok. There will be traders buying from now on for the drilling. Same old sell on news buy on speculation. Expect the share price to go up tomorrow imo.
07/4/2021
11:20
pensionplanner: Weird share price action. Kat down substantially yet its JV partner is up? Excuse my lack of knowledge but why is it bad news that they are going for diamond drilling?
31/3/2021
08:01
grahamwales: Well must admit with Gold prices dropping like a stone Blyvoor seems further away then ever, however if Haneti proves up some good Nuckel sulphide then should support the current share price. Hopefully then they can perhaps farm out another 35% to reduce diamond drilling costs. With any luck someone else will take over the reigns on pushing Haneti forward and get rid of the Clown.
30/3/2021
21:45
r0hini: Why is everyone so hung up on the Haneti results, all they're going to show is where to begin properly drilling. Do not expect a share price increase on the back of these results which are way way way behind schedule, why? Wtf is LC problem, seriously. Haneti will be a long drawn out episode much like Blyvoor which has been imminent for how long?Seriously when are ppl going to realise the only people making money at katoro are warrant holders & board members.KAT will fold this year & LC will start up a new company then begin mugging off an entirely new set of investors. Rinse and repeat
17/3/2021
08:40
grahamwales: Seems that the share price is better off without any news especially when the Clown announces no further progress.
24/2/2021
17:45
grahamwales: Inthemix Think we are all waiting for some sort of progress report from the KAT. Unfortunately LC does have a bit of reputation however the gold project should be a gimme. The nickel if proven should attract some of the tier 1 companies. However LC does need to improve his communication with shareholders. If COVID is the problem in South Africa and Tanzania then at least keep us in the loop. If he is too busy with KIBO then pass the reigns to someone else. The fact that you have been here 2 years and seen nothing in return is commendable but at some stage he will have to deliver or the dripping share price will continue. The guy is getting paid to deliver and as yet have delivered sweet f a.
29/1/2021
15:39
uknighted: tony you may have noticed that LC’s other company, kibo, is similarly undervalued. LC has no credibility because of his constant diluting and failure to deliver anything of value and until he does, maybe now with Kat or kibo who both seem well placed currently, then the share price will languish. Here’s hoping something might actually be delivered at long last.
20/1/2021
12:25
edgein: Graham, Well he's on the board of KIBO (25% owner of KAT), and KAT as we both know demerged from KIBO and CS was behind these assets in the first place. I'm sure you've watched the youtube vid of CS and LC discussing Haneti. So while he's not directly on the board of KAT he'll be still involved through KIBO and LC and he's still a consultant to KAT too as far as I know. Regards, Ed.
31/12/2020
09:34
uknighted: This is the article: Katoro Gold (AIM:KAT) is exploring Blyvoor, a near term gold production opportunity in South Africa, and Haneti, a polymetallic prospect in Tanzania, with potential for nickel, PGMS minerals (platinum, palladium, rhodium and others), copper, gold, lithium and rare earth elements. Blyvoor, located some 75km south west of Johannesburg, was one of the country’s most prolific gold producers during its peak years in the mid-20th century, with recovered grades averaging more than 14 g/t from 1937 to 2013. Katoro shares a 50/50 interest in the licence with its joint venture partner Blyvoor Gold Operations Pty Ltd. The partners plan to exploit potentially viable deposits of gold and any other minerals from six gold tailings dams, which contain an aggregate JORC Code compliant resource of 1.34Moz of Au at an average grade of 0.30g/t Au. Subject to funding, they are targeting initial production of up to 250,000 tonnes per month of material from the tailings, with the possibility of ramping-up production to 500,000 tonnes per month within two years. Forecasts suggest Blyvoor may sustain a mine life of 25 years, building to a production capacity of 500,000 tonnes per month and 35,000 ounces of gold production per annum. Total production of 661,171 ounces of gold over 25 years would generate revenue of US$992m. The partners forecast total project capital costs of US$110m across the life of the project, with a peak funding requirement of US$36.4m. Earlier this month preliminary resource update results from Blyvoor exceeded expectations, recording a 10pc update in the total resource and placing 62pc into the Measured and Indicated category. Some 90 to 94pc of the total diluted resource for TSF 6 and 7 is expected to be marked as a Potential Proven and Probable Reserve. The polymetallic Haneti prospect, covering an area of approximately 5,000 km2 in central Tanzania, is a joint venture with Power Metal Resources, in which Katoro holds a 65pc interest. The partners have announced details of a planned initial drill programme to enhance their understanding of the project’s geological characteristics, and – possibly – identify the existence of nickel sulphides. Pre-drill rig mobilisation now underway, and a drill contractor has been confirmed. With a share price that has hovered around 2.5p for most of the year, it’s worth keeping an eye on both of Katoro’s promising prospects, which we discussed in greater detail earlier this year.
02/12/2020
09:54
dozyduck: GW Re projections. Yes I might have doubled counted into costs some of the items in an AISC or AIC. But I don't think what was used for the scoping study could have included financing costs, since these couldn't have been known. And the point anyway is that, regardless whatever the 'average' 25 year figures are, the project cash earnings will be dented in the first ten years or so by the loan repayments (or capex, whichever way you look at it) So the average is of no use for what investors will want to know, which is cash flow in the foreseeable future which I would say is the first five years, with the next five not given much credit for. I was about to rerun my figs assuming all possible costs were in the AISC when I saw the scoping study total free cash flow projection (which one can take to be accurately taking account of everything) of $267.4m over 25 years. That saves the bother because at $1,800/oz the FCF after tax becomes $410.2m or an average of $16.4m pa. But in practice will be substantially less in first ten years while capex and loan repayments are incurred.(not to mention that output won't reach max until year four) So we can take it that Kat's share in he first 5-10 years will be substantially less than $8m ! - most of which will probably beploughed back into the $110m ttal capex (And by the way, the study total output states 661,000 oz over 25 years - ie 26,440 average pa, and not the 35,000 LC states.) All in all, very little info so far for investors to work out the likely share price even when construction starts. If gold stays at current levels, yes at the end of 25 years shareholders will have earned a lot of cash. But will they be around to see it ? And will Kat have spent it meanwhile on Haneti ?
Katoro Gold share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
KAT
Katoro Gol..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210417 08:05:00