Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kavango Resources Plc LSE:KAV London Ordinary Share GB00BF0VMV24 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +2.50% 2.05p 1.90p 2.20p 2.05p 1.90p 1.90p 627,946 11:32:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -0.5 -0.8 - 3

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17/5/2019
16:07
Very good interview, downplaying the drills lets wait the 20 days and see what we get !!
catsick
17/5/2019
16:06
"The suite of metals and the style of alteration means at the moment we don't really know what it is we are dealing with. We can understand some of the geological aspects of it but it is a highly altered zone and it's going to take some for us to unravel what the geological story is there." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU-mqQAbtN4 We do know Ditau Prospect is massive at 5km x 7km with hundreds of meters of highly altered rock with indicative economic cobalt grades known so far. Other metals pending from the assays due in 20 days. Ditau was not even Kavango's main target but the most 'drill ready'. It sits 70Km east of the main target the massive KSZ. Market cap currently 6.4M.
skiboy10
17/5/2019
15:31
GLAhTtps://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/stocktube/13401/kavango-resources-reckons-it-could-be-sitting-on-sizeable-mineral-deposit-in-botswana-13401.html
tidy 2
17/5/2019
15:30
Proactive Interview thanks to SGD27 on LSE: [...] Assay results in "20 days time".....
d220
17/5/2019
15:07
No worries, another thing that would be useful to know at this stage is how far is Ditau for the electrical grid and how much water and other infrastructure that will be needed, good that they drilled for water but bad that they were 50kms from the initial supply ..... if a mine is ultimately going to be built these things will define the grades needed to be economic.
catsick
17/5/2019
13:56
Copied posts from LSE. Hope you don't mind catsick. Bozi Posts: 561 Price: 3.50 RE: amazing Today 08:25 Morning Catsick. Interesting you should mention SolGold. I'm also invested there and have been since the single digit days. I'm still invested there as I believe the company is still significantly undervalued, particularly if copper moves in the direction it's anticipated to. Kavango interests me for the same reasons. Size and scale. It's potential at the moment but should the results be as positive as we think they could be, get ready for fireworks. catsick Posts: 5 Price: 3.50 RE: amazing Today 08:11 I dont understand either, lets do a comparison with solgold, Solg have about 3bn ton of .5% copper equiv deep underground in equador in the jungle, they will need to underground mine this, market cap is about 700m gbp, so over 100 times Kav, given the size of the structure Kav should easiliy have a resource of the same size and it is the size that makes solg valuable, so to make Ditau a comparable resource we just need to get to 0.5% copper equiv over say 50m of the worst of these two drills, I dont think that will be tricky we just need .1% cobalt and .1% copper , bring on the assay results and lets hope we get to the same valuation as solg which will be a 100 bagging !
skiboy10
17/5/2019
12:56
FYI Union Jack Oil. West Newton Gas Is It coming in? https://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2019/05/17/union-jack-oil-west-newton-gas-is-it-coming-in/ Dan x
daniel levi bmd
17/5/2019
10:29
Paul johnson claims to be up to 4pct so he should be issuing an rns ...
catsick
17/5/2019
10:20
Nice to see the buying at over 4p now even if the spread is a 3.5/4.3p. Maybe this is a slow burn after yesterday's news? A big thank you to skiiboy for putting this on my radar. Am big in HZM but looks like this may give me a better (and quicker) return!
d220
16/5/2019
23:05
For what it's worth KAV are listed on the main market not AIM cashandcard 16 May '19 - 11:29 - 392 of 404 TheLung, They have enough for the current program, from monies raised a few months ago. Of course, they will need to raise again, tis what AIM is about and the lifeblood of small explorers. As you say, there is also the possibility of JV if they can prove a large mineralised system under the sand, I'm sure it will turn some very big heads. Cash
skiboy10
16/5/2019
19:15
My leaky ship theory was right. Although was hoping for the assay results on hole 1. Fingers crossed for this month.
jone06
16/5/2019
16:14
Andrew Neal ‏ @andrew_neal7 4h4 hours ago Andrew Neal Retweeted okenia #KAV - Great commentary @DkOkenia 1-10 on your thread & believe this could be another Sirus on ASX (0.05c to A$5) especially if their hitting that nickel content https://www.investegate.co.uk/kavango-resources--kav-/rns/drilling-update-at-ditau--ksz-project--botswana/201905160700021754Z/ … With so few shares about this could be the one & why I hold
skiboy10
16/5/2019
16:13
Dan ‏ @bozi1988 2h2 hours ago Replying to @Pete_Panda_ @DkOkenia Agreed. Some great points made. I too believe that should the assays be positive then we GGP is a conservative case. Anyone interesting just needs to research Norilsk and Olympic Dam. #KAV
skiboy10
16/5/2019
16:08
Thread from Twitter upload
skiboy10
16/5/2019
16:03
Sit tight guys, this is going to be massive.
simonparker5
16/5/2019
15:54
I really don't think they can drop any more 'hints' at what they think is down there. KAV is a slow burner at the moment but if it all comes together then some serious gains are possible if you can keep your finger off the sell button.
bungeetrader
16/5/2019
15:39
Kavango hits record high as second Ditau drill hole hits large zone of ‘intensely altered rock’ (KAV) Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) sat at an all-time high of 4p on Thursday after revealing additional ‘extremely encouraging’ drilling results at its Ditau prospect in Botswana. The £6m firm, which was trading up 8.1pc as at writing after leaping 16.4pc on Wednesday, said its second hole at the site had intersected over 320m of intensely altered Karoo sediments above a gabbroic intrusive. Ditau is part of Kavango’s KSZ project in south-west Botswana, where it is exploring for copper, nickel, and platinum group elements (PGEs) rich sulphide orebodies along a 450km-long magnetic anomaly. According to the firm, the area covered by its KSZ licences displays a geological setting with distinct similarities to that hosting the world-class for copper, nickel, and PGEs orebodies in Siberia. In Thursday’s update, Kavango said its second hole at Ditau, called DitDDH2, was finally stopped at a depth of 557.34m, offering good core recoveries and minimum deviation. Kalahari sands and sediments extended to 40m, while Karoo sediments continued for a further 438m until an intrusive was encountered at 478.55m. The business added that geological logging and preliminary geochemical analysis has shown that the 320m zone of intensely altered rock was intersected before hitting the intrusive. Half core from this zone has been cut and sampled at 1m intervals and sent to Australia for assay. Although Kavango cannot yet determine indicative values for gold, silver, and PGEs, it said initial results suggest elevated values for cobalt, zinc, nickel, and copper. Meanwhile, it added that the core also appeared to contain high levels of rare earth elements. The organisation will assess further drilling plans once it has received and interpreted assay values. Kavango added that Thursday’s zone of intensely altered rock was similar to that encountered at its first hole – DitDDH1 – back in March. This met a 200m zone of intensely altered rock above the conductive drill target. It also showed significant sulphide alteration together with indicative cobalt values of up to 0.9pc and a weighted average of 0.2pc cobalt over 70m as well as elevated copper, zinc, lead and nickel values. On Thursday, Kavango’s chief executive Michael Foster said: ‘We are extremely encouraged that the geophysics, geochemistry and the initial drilling which we have now completed at Ditau have been very successful in predicting a prospective hydrothermal system under complete cover.’ He added that the extensive system displays essential ingredients for one or more mineral deposit. These include intrusives for heat and metal source, receptive overlying sediments with accompanying alteration, and anomalous metal values. ‘Assays are eagerly awaited and will be announced to the market as soon as they become available. The Company will then be in a position to compile a 3-D model, with the extensive information we now have, to understand fully the potential of Ditau,’ he added. Kavango’s co-founder Mike Moles recently authored a piece for MiningMaven on how these copper, nickel, and platinum group element-rich sulphide orebodies occur and why the firm is keen to locate them. To read it, please click here. Author: Daniel Flynn https://miningmaven.com/blog/860-kavango-hits-record-high-as-second-ditau-drill-hole-hits-large-zone-of-intensely-altered-rock-kav
skiboy10
16/5/2019
15:38
Kavango hits record high as second Ditau drill hole hits large zone of ‘intensely altered rock’ (KAV) Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) sat at an all-time high of 4p on Thursday after revealing additional ‘extremely encouraging’ drilling results at its Ditau prospect in Botswana. The £6m firm, which was trading up 8.1pc as at writing after leaping 16.4pc on Wednesday, said its second hole at the site had intersected over 320m of intensely altered Karoo sediments above a gabbroic intrusive. Ditau is part of Kavango’s KSZ project in south-west Botswana, where it is exploring for copper, nickel, and platinum group elements (PGEs) rich sulphide orebodies along a 450km-long magnetic anomaly. According to the firm, the area covered by its KSZ licences displays a geological setting with distinct similarities to that hosting the world-class for copper, nickel, and PGEs orebodies in Siberia. In Thursday’s update, Kavango said its second hole at Ditau, called DitDDH2, was finally stopped at a depth of 557.34m, offering good core recoveries and minimum deviation. Kalahari sands and sediments extended to 40m, while Karoo sediments continued for a further 438m until an intrusive was encountered at 478.55m. The business added that geological logging and preliminary geochemical analysis has shown that the 320m zone of intensely altered rock was intersected before hitting the intrusive. Half core from this zone has been cut and sampled at 1m intervals and sent to Australia for assay. Although Kavango cannot yet determine indicative values for gold, silver, and PGEs, it said initial results suggest elevated values for cobalt, zinc, nickel, and copper. Meanwhile, it added that the core also appeared to contain high levels of rare earth elements. The organisation will assess further drilling plans once it has received and interpreted assay values. Kavango added that Thursday’s zone of intensely altered rock was similar to that encountered at its first hole – DitDDH1 – back in March. This met a 200m zone of intensely altered rock above the conductive drill target. It also showed significant sulphide alteration together with indicative cobalt values of up to 0.9pc and a weighted average of 0.2pc cobalt over 70m as well as elevated copper, zinc, lead and nickel values. On Thursday, Kavango’s chief executive Michael Foster said: ‘We are extremely encouraged that the geophysics, geochemistry and the initial drilling which we have now completed at Ditau have been very successful in predicting a prospective hydrothermal system under complete cover.’ He added that the extensive system displays essential ingredients for one or more mineral deposit. These include intrusives for heat and metal source, receptive overlying sediments with accompanying alteration, and anomalous metal values. ‘Assays are eagerly awaited and will be announced to the market as soon as they become available. The Company will then be in a position to compile a 3-D model, with the extensive information we now have, to understand fully the potential of Ditau,’ he added. Kavango’s co-founder Mike Moles recently authored a piece for MiningMaven on how these copper, nickel, and platinum group element-rich sulphide orebodies occur and why the firm is keen to locate them. To read it, please click here. Author: Daniel Flynn https://miningmaven.com/blog/860-kavango-hits-record-high-as-second-ditau-drill-hole-hits-large-zone-of-intensely-altered-rock-kav
skiboy10
16/5/2019
11:46
Assay results of prime importance. Good to very good a placing followed probably by a juicy JV. GLA, GD
greatfull dead
16/5/2019
11:44
TheLung, Lol ;) Cash
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