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Kavango Resources Plc LSE:KAV London Ordinary Share GB00BF0VMV24 ORD 0.1P
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  0.00 0.0% 1.60 1.50 1.70 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/1/2020
15:43
https://miningindaba.com/Home Feb 3rd to 6th
skiboy10
24/1/2020
15:01
By all accounts there is a lot going on at KAV currently which leads me to speculate that we might get some further news shortly perhaps even as soon as next week? KAV will be at the Indaba mining conference early next month which should mean lots of meetings with potential industry partners or similar for a JV or similar for the KSZ project which of course includes Ditau. Very interesting times!
skiboy10
23/1/2020
08:07
This is what we want :-) KEFI Minerals plc ("KEFI" or the "Company") Drilling confirms large scale of massive sulphides at Hawiah VMS project in Saudi Arabia Over 4km of consistent mineralisation encountered, remains open at depth and along strike Intercepts of up to 5% Cu equivalent Similar characteristics to the nearby Al Masane polymetallic VMS mine Expanded drill programme underway for maiden resource
thelung
22/1/2020
12:36
That info is 2 months old +
thelung
21/1/2020
22:41
Thanks Skiboy Thx NDA will slow down the process So if we have good news it will take longer that if the news are bad, am I right? The firm has now initiated an orientation programme over Falconbridge’s carbonatites and has also signed NDAs with several significant and mid-tier mining firms concerning a possible Joint Venture (“JV”) for Ditau.
book5
21/1/2020
17:28
JV talks here on KSZ Kavango Resources exploration strategy in Botswana 'appears valid and progressing well' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4lQb0egkU Potential industry partners including the MAJORS are all watching the unfolding story at the KSZ including Ditau very closely And here on Ditau Shortly after announcing this shift in focus, Kavango announced that it had identified ten magnetic ‘ring structures’ prospective for carbonatites within the Ditau licences. The firm has now initiated an orientation programme over Falconbridge’s carbonatites and has also signed NDAs with several significant and mid-tier mining firms concerning a possible Joint Venture (“JV”) for Ditau. To strengthen its position locally the company also acquired a second Ditau prospecting licence, increasing its ground holding considerably and demonstrating its ongoing interest in the project. Kavango’s co-founder and non-executive director Mike Moles told MiningMaven that the firm plans to return to Ditau to confirm that carbonatites are present: “We want to go back to the project area to do some more geophysics and soil sampling to test whether these ring structures contain carbonatites. This work will include gravity surveys since carbonatites are heavy and give a good response to this kind of testing. If we get good results, we will put holes into a few of the targets to test further.” Moles adds that he is encouraged by the historic “hit rate” that carbonatites boast: ‘Carbonatites often occur in groups, so to find ten of them in one area is not unusual. If we can confirm their presence, then there is a very high strike rate. Around one in three carbonatites that are tested end up being mined for one or more elements. With ten in the bank, this bodes well – the odds are that at least a few will be productive.’ Next steps for Kavango at Ditau Kavango’s focus in the short-term at Ditau is to complete its desk-based analysis of its drilling results from February and Falconbridge’s historic results. If these suggest evidence of economic deposits of REEs, this could significantly bolster the company’s hand in any discussions with potential JV partners. Given the economic potential of carbonatites and the increasing global demand for non-China sourced REEs, this project could well attract a good deal of interest. If Kavango is able to secure a JV, then the company could find itself carried through to a feasibility stage in return for selling down its stake. There is also the possibility that the firm could recoup the costs it has so far incurred at Ditau. Any result like this would almost certainly be well received by the market and it is now up to Mike Moles and his team to complete their proposed exploration and analysis. https://miningmaven.com/company-news/63-kavango-resources/999-kavango-resources-searching-for-rare-earth-elements-as-sector-approaches-critical-transition-period-kav
skiboy10
21/1/2020
17:11
gas do you have a reference for the JV objective?
book5
17/1/2020
15:45
I was under impression that downhole surveys would provide ongoing feedback from when in place and switched on, technicians would be able to read it. Don't know if it would have to be passed back for interpretation a bit like when radiographers do tests they always know pretty much what's going on but still have to pass it back before it gets released to patients, well usually. Anyway I'd think an update isn't far away and GL to you if you've added this week.
paleje
17/1/2020
15:01
Anyone know how long it takes to get results from downhole surveys they should be starting any day now if not already started.Noticed KAV seeking JV with mid tier company for Ditau and keeping KSZ separate wonder if a major is lined up for KSZ
gasmanmick
14/1/2020
14:24
Kavango Resources – hunting for Rare Earth Elements Kavango, which listed in London in July 2018, completed a two-hole drilling programme on its Ditau prospect in Botswana’s Kalahari Suture Zone in February 2019. The work fell short of the firm’s primary goal of identifying copper, nickel, and platinum group element-rich sulphide orebodies. However, it did find evidence of “fenitization”, a type of extensive alteration associated with the emplacement of carbonatites. This suggested Ditau could be highly prospective for economic mineralisation, but this time for REEs. In the months following the initial drilling at Ditau, Kavango subsequently learned that Canadian miner Falconbridge had drilled into three carbonatites in the early 1970s less than 25km from Ditau. Not only were these carbonatites close to the surface, making them amenable to open pit mining, but the one carbonatite sampled reported high grades of niobium. Several known kimberlites have also been discovered close to Ditau. These formations are often found in association with carbonatites. Shortly after announcing this shift in focus, Kavango announced that it had identified ten magnetic ‘ring structures’ prospective for carbonatites within the Ditau licences. The firm has now initiated an orientation programme over Falconbridge’s carbonatites and has also signed NDAs with several significant and mid-tier mining firms concerning a possible Joint Venture (“JV”) for Ditau. To strengthen its position locally the company also acquired a second Ditau prospecting licence, increasing its ground holding considerably and demonstrating its ongoing interest in the project. Kavango’s co-founder and non-executive director Mike Moles told MiningMaven that the firm plans to return to Ditau to confirm that carbonatites are present: “We want to go back to the project area to do some more geophysics and soil sampling to test whether these ring structures contain carbonatites. This work will include gravity surveys since carbonatites are heavy and give a good response to this kind of testing. If we get good results, we will put holes into a few of the targets to test further.” Moles adds that he is encouraged by the historic “hit rate” that carbonatites boast: ‘Carbonatites often occur in groups, so to find ten of them in one area is not unusual. If we can confirm their presence, then there is a very high strike rate. Around one in three carbonatites that are tested end up being mined for one or more elements. With ten in the bank, this bodes well – the odds are that at least a few will be productive.’ Next steps for Kavango at Ditau Kavango’s focus in the short-term at Ditau is to complete its desk-based analysis of its drilling results from February and Falconbridge’s historic results. If these suggest evidence of economic deposits of REEs, this could significantly bolster the company’s hand in any discussions with potential JV partners. Given the economic potential of carbonatites and the increasing global demand for non-China sourced REEs, this project could well attract a good deal of interest. If Kavango is able to secure a JV, then the company could find itself carried through to a feasibility stage in return for selling down its stake. There is also the possibility that the firm could recoup the costs it has so far incurred at Ditau. Any result like this would almost certainly be well received by the market and it is now up to Mike Moles and his team to complete their proposed exploration and analysis. Author: Daniel Flynn
skiboy10
14/1/2020
14:23
MININGMAVEN on: 14 January 2020 Kavango Resources – searching for Rare Earth Elements as sector approaches critical transition period (KAV) https://miningmaven.com/company-news/63-kavango-resources/999-kavango-resources-searching-for-rare-earth-elements-as-sector-approaches-critical-transition-period-kav
skiboy10
14/1/2020
12:02
Kavango Resources – searching for Rare Earth Elements as sector approaches critical transition period We look at #KAV ‘s re-focused efforts at Ditau as the REE space begins to lessen its dependency on China in the face of rising electric vehicle demand. https://t.co/ILp9E4F8mN
stockstracker
14/1/2020
09:58
Watched MM last interview on proactive investor he states back to work middle of January complete tests then do JV to fund drilling campaign to find massive sulphides deposit. So it’s been proven Kav in right place just need to find the stuff. Ps I’ve just topped up.
gasmanmick
14/1/2020
09:48
Down hole survey should be next week
gasmanmick
12/1/2020
16:39
I am guessing that Skiboy is busy skiing?? :-)
d220
12/1/2020
16:37
Would be nice to hear something from Kav about the downhole geophys in the next few days. MM said it would start in January I believe. We seem to be drifting in a bit of limbo atm. Do we have anything or not?
d220
10/1/2020
14:37
Tiny volumes and no news is all it takes. But aside from assay results awaited from J'burg they're doing on-site EM downhole testing as soon as equipment is available, I think hoping for January.
paleje
10/1/2020
13:39
Buying opportunities for long term investors. Skiboy normally has some news but even he’s been quiet
gasmanmick
10/1/2020
11:57
it could be also that someone is circulating shares to create a drop and scare us Small punt
book5
08/1/2020
13:20
100k been sold daily either someone knows something and is dumping or lack of any news from Kav is been taken as bad news
gasmanmick
06/1/2020
14:37
all the best palace Going to be a while before assay. Add opps lining up as 'the bored' sell.
edjge2
03/1/2020
12:07
Bb this is my back up of Pet I'm sure we're onto at least one winner maybe two.
palace pete
03/1/2020
08:16
All gone very quiet here as they have gone away to INterpret the results of drilling so it will go either 2 ways 1) Have found loads of minerals to commercially drill in which case will need more funding or a sugar daddy farm in partner 2) Have found FA Hopefully will be the 1st Scenario GLA
bigbudda
16/12/2019
17:49
Kavango Resources exploration strategy in Botswana 'appears valid and progressing well' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4lQb0egkU Potential industry partners including the MAJORS are all watching the unfolding story at the KSZ including Ditau very closely
skiboy10
16/12/2019
17:49
Kavango Resources exploration strategy in Botswana 'appears valid and progressing well' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np4lQb0egkU Potential industry partners including the MAJORS are all watching the unfolding story at the KSZ including Ditau very closely
skiboy10
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