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
  0.00 0.0% 0.925 497,304 07:40:36
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.90 0.95 0.925 0.925 0.925
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.56 -0.91 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:19:29 O 111,554 0.90 GBX

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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 0.93p.
Katoro Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.70p and a 12 week average price of 0.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 3p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 378,912,593 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,266,845 shares. The market capitalisation of Katoro Gold Plc is £3,504,941.49.
grahamwales: From KIBO RNS this morning. Sounds like Blyvoor to be sorted before announcing further drilling at Haneti. Hopefully next fund raise will be after Blyvoor to get funds for drilling or better still trigger the 3p warrants. Our commitment to supporting our 25.37% investment in Katoro Gold plc (AIM: KAT) remains strong as Katoro actively progresses its projects in Tanzania (nickel sulphides & battery metals) and gold development in South Africa. The Katoro board is currently receiving and evaluating comprehensive funding proposals from several interested parties for the construction and commissioning of the Blyvoor Gold Tailings Project. A drilling programme at the Nickel-PGM Haneti project in Tanzania has also been designed and will be implemented before the end of 2021.
grahamwales: Reminder of outstanding warrants which may start to kick in within next couple of weeks should the share price continue to rise. Wonder if POW has already been adding. 10 million held by Power Metal Resources plc (LON: POW) exercisable at 1.25p, 5.2 million held by participants in the October 2019 fundraise exercisable at 1.50p, 17.2 million warrants held by participants in the March 2020 fundraise exercisable at 2p per warrant, and 36,666,666 warrants held by participants in the June 2020 fundraise exercisable at 3p per warrant;
andysmi: May I have a guess about a potential future RNS that’ll trigger a surge in share price. “We are excited to share the fact that we have a potential investor among the worlds top 5 gold producers” or something like that.
tonytony4: RNS out! 12/07/2021 2:45pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMKAT RNS Number : 9677E Katoro Gold PLC 12 July 2021 Katoro Gold plc (Incorporated in England and Wales ) ( Registration Number: 9306219) Share code on AIM: KAT ISIN: GB00BSNBL022 ("Katoro" or "the Company") 12 July 2021 Katoro Gold plc ('Katoro' or the 'Company') UPDATE ON RESULT OF AGM Katoro Gold plc (AIM: KAT), the AIM listed gold and nickel exploration and development company, announces that further to its announcement on the result of the Annual General Meeting on the 18 June 2021, the results of the poll vote is reported as follows in accordance with Section 341 of the UK Companies Act of 2006: Resolution For Against Withheld Total votes cast No. of votes % No. of % votes 1. Ordinary Resolution - to receive and adopt the Annual Report and Accounts 102,295,445 99.83 169,885 0.17 0 102,465,330 2. Ordinary Resolution - to re-elect Louis Coetzee as a Director 99,987,623 97.58 2,477,707 2.42 0 102,465,330 3. Ordinary Resolution - to re-elect Lukas Marthinus Maree as a Director 101,382,987 98.94 1,082,343 1.06 0 102,465,330 4. Ordinary Resolution - to re-elect Louis Scheepers as a Director 101,382,987 98.94 1,082,343 1.06 0 102,465,330 5. Ordinary Resolution - to re-appoint Crowe UK LLP as auditors 101,524,948 99.08 940,382 0.92 0 102,465,330 6. Ordinary Resolution - to authorise the Directors to determine the auditor's fees 101,524,948 99.08 940,382 0.92 0 102,465,330 7. Ordinary Resolution - to authorise the Directors to allot shares 101,137,231 98.84 1,191,159 1.16 136,940 102,328,390 8. Special Resolution - to authorise the Directors to disapply pre-emption rights 101,137,231 98.84 1,191,159 1.16 136,940 102,328,390 Notes : A vote withheld is not a vote in law and is not counted in the calculation of the percentage of the votes validly cast for or against a resolution. All resolutions put to the meeting were carried
tonytony4: TGR doing well today. Surely something must be going on with kat! they just better be getting blyvoor JV financing sorted, cannot see Haneti progressing anytime soon.. If LC did step down from kat tomorrow the share price would double imo ...
grahamwales: Tony Just because the m cap is £4 million doesn’t mean a company can buy them out for that price. If they make an offer the share price will go up, if they buy more shares the share price will go up. The share price has dropped on low volumes which is private investors and market maker influence. May even be shorted by insiders for all we know. Let’s see how next couple of days, if volume returns then expect news not long after.
sirianbotham: GW I have a different I'm a KIBO and KAT holder with more in the former unfortunately so only interested in how the company gets back to something like the value of its constituent parts. Coal is not dead but not popular, the three CTP projects in Africa are holding KIBO back and likely one of the reasons why the value of MAST / KAT aren't reflected in KIBOs share price. They are also a drag on BoD time and resources that should be focused on KAT / MAST and the new Energy to Waste opportunity. These are popular investment areas. WE have spend millions on these African projects and got nowhere. Some of it circumstance, some of it LC. Getting anything done in that region with coal is hard and others like NCCL are still waiting for their PPA. If we can realise the same value back that the assets are listed as in the accounts this should have a positive impact to the share price. As for LC well many shareholders patience has worn thin. He needs to sort this SPA out with MAST and financing for Blyvoor asap.
grahamwales: Back in March the share price for KAT was over 2p and Gold Price was around $1700. Blyvoor mine was not operational because of union issues. Today’s share price is 1.15p and gold price is $1880. Private holders are getting spooked into selling but someone or multiple persons are buying. Blyvoor mine is operational and preparing to ramp up which will increase the amount of tailings in those dams. I don’t think there will be any drilling done until Blyvoor is agreed as I’m sure Kibo will not want to be diluted any further especially as they have inside knowledge. Just my opinion but having been at this game for quite a while consider it a educated guess.
grahamwales: Here comes $1,900 gold price? All eyes on U.S. data If only I could have predicted the KAT price as good as gold :-(. Unfortunately I had not done my research on the clown running this company. Only positive thing is that KAT are in the right areas. Gold for stability and Nickel for growth, just need someone else at the helm to get these projects done.
lurker5: GW. Your figures were in the right ball-park - except that they don't allow for tax (an enormous 29% in SA) and cost/repayment of the capex. Nor do they allow for the timing delays during construction and ramp-up in first 4-5 years. 'Peak funding' (we assume means up-front funding) is now $33m more than in scoping study at $69m. Other big unknowns (surprise again) include How is capex to be met ? I've run various scenarios (too complex to show here) but most likely is a 75% bank project loan repayable over 10 years for the initial $69m, and the rest (and cost of doubling capcity after year 3) to be met from existing cash flow. Assuming production at 250,000 tpm starts one year after construction, in this scenario, (gold price $1,800/oz) there is no net cash flow to the jv until year 7, (ie 8 yrs after build start) when steady state cash inflow to the jv (after tax and tax holiday, and continuing capex) becomes $11m-$12m pa. ie in sterling worth £4.5m pa cash to KAT. The restated NPV and irr are of no use in predicting a value for the shares due to those timing issues and because some of the NPV will be for income 15-25 years in the future. No sensible investor will pay 'up-front' for something may never happen and when the world could be a very different place. (That was the mistake that brought down Sirius Minerals whose CEO was as addicted to spurious long term NPV''s as is LC) Other scenarios are possible. But I can't see any way for Byvoor to deliver any useful cash to Kat for at least five years from start. More likely in the absence of any other long term bank loans is more and more fund raisig and dilution. Which highlights LC's continuing inability to plan ahead strategically for any of his ventures. Lumping in Blyvoor with Haneti might have made sense if Blyvoor could have helped fund Haneti's exploration (which will take at least five years heavy spending even if viable). But its going to be the other way round. Haneti will need more and more contributions from Kibo (or KAT dilution) over the next five years while Blyvoor is still needing cash itself. Draw your own conclusions for both KAT and KIBO ! (I'm as underwater in KAT as others here. I stupidly thought LC couldn't, surely, possibly make a mess of what looked such an attractive opportunity (according to his first blurbs and the usual lack of essential detail) so bought in at around 2p. The only hope now is that Haneti comes up with good enough early drilling results to push up Kat's shares before the inevitable dilution cmes along)
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