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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.50p 3.40p 3.60p 3.50p 3.50p 3.50p 220,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -0.5 -0.8 - 6.00

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13/9/2018
07:10
And we're off!! 13 September 2018 KAVANGO RESOURCES plc BOTSWANA HELICOPTER-BORNE ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEY UNDERWAY Kavango Resources plc ("Kavango" or "the Company") (Ticker LSE: KAV), the exploration group listed on the Standard List segment of the main market of the London Stock Exchange and targeting the discovery of world class mineral deposits in Botswana, is pleased to announce the airborne electromagnetic geophysical survey at its KSZ Project in southwest Botswana is now underway. Highlights -- Following the Company's announcement of 7 September 2018, Kavango is pleased to announce that Geotech Airborne Geophysical Surveys of Canada has now started flying the electromagnetic survey (VTEM) over the Company's Kalahari Suture Zone Project ("KSZ") in southwest Botswana; -- Kavango's 100% subsidiary in Botswana is the holder of 12 prospecting licences that cover much of the KSZ magnetic anomaly that is approximately 450km long and where Kavango is exploring for Ni-Cu-PGE rich sulphide orebodies; -- The area being surveyed displays a geological setting with distinct similarities to the extensive Norilsk nickel, copper and platinum group element deposits in Siberia; -- The first phase of the survey will cover 2,000 line-kms; each line is approximately 30kms long and flown at 500m spacing with the helicopter flying at a height of 60-70m above the ground with the survey equipment only 30-40m above ground; -- The survey is initially being flown over Kavango's licences in the Hukuntsi area where the Company's camp is now based; -- Further information in respect of the Company and its business interests is provided on the Company's website at www.kavangoresources.com. Michael Foster, Chief Executive Officer of Kavango commented: "We are pleased to be able to announce that Kavango's contractors have completed all VTEM system tests and have now commenced flying the helicopter-borne geophysical survey over the KSZ prospecting licences, which cover almost 7,000 Km(2) of south west Botswana. This is only five weeks from listing of Kavango's shares on the London Stock Market and demonstrates the Company's efficient planning and operations in Botswana. We believe the under-explored licence area holds potential for the discovery of world class base and precious metals deposits and we look forward to announcing further information with respect to results of the flying programme in due course as material developments occur."
skiboy10
13/9/2018
07:09
13 September 2018 KAVANGO RESOURCES plc BOTSWANA HELICOPTER-BORNE ELECTROMAGNETIC SURVEY UNDERWAY Kavango Resources plc ("Kavango" or "the Company") (Ticker LSE: KAV), the exploration group listed on the Standard List segment of the main market of the London Stock Exchange and targeting the discovery of world class mineral deposits in Botswana, is pleased to announce the airborne electromagnetic geophysical survey at its KSZ Project in southwest Botswana is now underway. Highlights -- Following the Company's announcement of 7 September 2018, Kavango is pleased to announce that Geotech Airborne Geophysical Surveys of Canada has now started flying the electromagnetic survey (VTEM) over the Company's Kalahari Suture Zone Project ("KSZ") in southwest Botswana; -- Kavango's 100% subsidiary in Botswana is the holder of 12 prospecting licences that cover much of the KSZ magnetic anomaly that is approximately 450km long and where Kavango is exploring for Ni-Cu-PGE rich sulphide orebodies; -- The area being surveyed displays a geological setting with distinct similarities to the extensive Norilsk nickel, copper and platinum group element deposits in Siberia; -- The first phase of the survey will cover 2,000 line-kms; each line is approximately 30kms long and flown at 500m spacing with the helicopter flying at a height of 60-70m above the ground with the survey equipment only 30-40m above ground; -- The survey is initially being flown over Kavango's licences in the Hukuntsi area where the Company's camp is now based; -- Further information in respect of the Company and its business interests is provided on the Company's website at www.kavangoresources.com. Michael Foster, Chief Executive Officer of Kavango commented: "We are pleased to be able to announce that Kavango's contractors have completed all VTEM system tests and have now commenced flying the helicopter-borne geophysical survey over the KSZ prospecting licences, which cover almost 7,000 Km(2) of south west Botswana. This is only five weeks from listing of Kavango's shares on the London Stock Market and demonstrates the Company's efficient planning and operations in Botswana. We believe the under-explored licence area holds potential for the discovery of world class base and precious metals deposits and we look forward to announcing further information with respect to results of the flying programme in due course as material developments occur."
skiboy10
10/9/2018
14:30
Trouble with ValueTheMarkets is its glued to Teathers Financial which is Ben Turney & co and they have various investments themselves but don't state what. So, although they always sound reasonable and objective, a good dose of DYOR required too imo.
paleje
07/9/2018
16:10
Flying expected to commence before month end
cpap man
07/9/2018
14:23
ARTICLESCould Kavango Resources be worth a punt as its preps for major airborne survey in Botswana? (KAV)by ValueTheMarkets • September 5, 2018Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) dropped to 2.3p yesterday after signing a contract to carry out an airborne geophysical survey over its c.7,000km2 of exploration ground on Botswana's Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ). The survey is likely to begin a news-heavy period at Kavango's flagship asset and shares are now sitting below their 2.5p listing price- could yesterday's update mark a potential buying opportunity?At present, Kavango owns 12 prospecting licences along the KSZ, which is a significant underexplored 450km-long structural and magnetic feature in the south-west of the country. Its exploration programme aims to discover 'world class' sulphide deposits of nickel, copper, and platinum group metals. A report authored by specialist mining consultants MSA Group has backed the potential for these deposits to be present.When it listed in July, Kavango raised £1.5m to carry out a helicopter-borne survey over the area and to conduct drilling of identified targets. It has released little news since listing and, as a result, its shares have dropped below their 2.5p listing price after initially hitting highs of 3.3p.However, in an update yesterday, the firm said it has contracted a subsidiary of Geotech Airborne Geophysical Surveys of Canada to conduct surveys over its KSZ acreage. It also said it has hired experienced geologist Takashaya Murova – who has formerly worked with Cluff Mining and Rio Tinto – as exploration manager for the KSZ project. Finally, the business that it will begin the surveys following the receipt of government approvals, which is expected within the next two weeks.In yesterday's update, Michael Foster, chief executive of Kavango, said: 'We are delighted to be able to announce that Kavango's contractors have now been appointed to carry out the airborne geophysical survey over the KSZ prospecting licences, which cover almost 7,000 Km2 of south west Botswana.'We believe the under-explored licence area has potential for the discovery of world class base and precious metal deposits and we look forward to announcing further information with respect to the granting of all flying permits and our wider exploration programme in due course.'Speaking to ValueTheMarkets, Mike Moles, one of the founders of Kavango, added that the airborne programme will allow for the quick processing and evaluation of data: 'The airborne survey will identify conductors beneath the surface and these conductors may represent mineralisation at depth. Once we have identified conductors, we have a field team who will go out and carry out ground-based geophysical surveys to determine the exact location of the conductor and get a better handle on its depth and its magnitude.'As the conductors are identified, they will be ranked in order of priority, and those that have the greatest potential will be followed up immediately with ground based surveys, followed by drilling. Initially, we will use RC drilling, since it is faster and cheaper. If sulphide mineralisation is intersected, we will follow up with diamond core drilling for assaying and evaluation. 'Moles added that the programme will be divided into three stages: an initial 2,000 line kms to establish that the system is working properly followed by two larger phases of flying and data collection. Weather permitting, he expects the entire programme to be finished by the end of year, and will provide the market with regular updates throughout the process:'We have the option of whether or not to carry on the programme between each stage. However, given that Geotech successfully surveyed an adjacent area with VTEM in May/June of this year, we see no reason why the programme will not be completed. We think it is essential to keep updating the market about the progress of the programme and any significant results we encounter along the way.'Now that Kavango has announced that its survey is about to start and given the potential for regular positive updates we could see some upward movement in its share price over the next few weeks.
skiboy10
07/9/2018
14:23
ARTICLESCould Kavango Resources be worth a punt as its preps for major airborne survey in Botswana? (KAV)by ValueTheMarkets • September 5, 2018Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) dropped to 2.3p yesterday after signing a contract to carry out an airborne geophysical survey over its c.7,000km2 of exploration ground on Botswana's Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ). The survey is likely to begin a news-heavy period at Kavango's flagship asset and shares are now sitting below their 2.5p listing price- could yesterday's update mark a potential buying opportunity?At present, Kavango owns 12 prospecting licences along the KSZ, which is a significant underexplored 450km-long structural and magnetic feature in the south-west of the country. Its exploration programme aims to discover 'world class' sulphide deposits of nickel, copper, and platinum group metals. A report authored by specialist mining consultants MSA Group has backed the potential for these deposits to be present.When it listed in July, Kavango raised £1.5m to carry out a helicopter-borne survey over the area and to conduct drilling of identified targets. It has released little news since listing and, as a result, its shares have dropped below their 2.5p listing price after initially hitting highs of 3.3p.However, in an update yesterday, the firm said it has contracted a subsidiary of Geotech Airborne Geophysical Surveys of Canada to conduct surveys over its KSZ acreage. It also said it has hired experienced geologist Takashaya Murova – who has formerly worked with Cluff Mining and Rio Tinto – as exploration manager for the KSZ project. Finally, the business that it will begin the surveys following the receipt of government approvals, which is expected within the next two weeks.In yesterday's update, Michael Foster, chief executive of Kavango, said: 'We are delighted to be able to announce that Kavango's contractors have now been appointed to carry out the airborne geophysical survey over the KSZ prospecting licences, which cover almost 7,000 Km2 of south west Botswana.'We believe the under-explored licence area has potential for the discovery of world class base and precious metal deposits and we look forward to announcing further information with respect to the granting of all flying permits and our wider exploration programme in due course.'Speaking to ValueTheMarkets, Mike Moles, one of the founders of Kavango, added that the airborne programme will allow for the quick processing and evaluation of data: 'The airborne survey will identify conductors beneath the surface and these conductors may represent mineralisation at depth. Once we have identified conductors, we have a field team who will go out and carry out ground-based geophysical surveys to determine the exact location of the conductor and get a better handle on its depth and its magnitude.'As the conductors are identified, they will be ranked in order of priority, and those that have the greatest potential will be followed up immediately with ground based surveys, followed by drilling. Initially, we will use RC drilling, since it is faster and cheaper. If sulphide mineralisation is intersected, we will follow up with diamond core drilling for assaying and evaluation. 'Moles added that the programme will be divided into three stages: an initial 2,000 line kms to establish that the system is working properly followed by two larger phases of flying and data collection. Weather permitting, he expects the entire programme to be finished by the end of year, and will provide the market with regular updates throughout the process:'We have the option of whether or not to carry on the programme between each stage. However, given that Geotech successfully surveyed an adjacent area with VTEM in May/June of this year, we see no reason why the programme will not be completed. We think it is essential to keep updating the market about the progress of the programme and any significant results we encounter along the way.'Now that Kavango has announced that its survey is about to start and given the potential for regular positive updates we could see some upward movement in its share price over the next few weeks.
skiboy10
07/9/2018
08:02
That's more informative so the show's on the road. Or in the air:)
paleje
07/9/2018
07:05
Another RNS out from KAV this morning
cpap man
04/9/2018
11:04
Last couple of paras say it all really. Aerial survey contractors only just appointed, flying permits not yet granted, way to go.
paleje
04/9/2018
07:55
KAV RNS out this morning
cpap man
28/8/2018
15:24
From the CPR
skiboy10
28/8/2018
14:27
From the CPR
skiboy10
14/8/2018
07:55
Minus the £1.5M raised at the very recent [31/07/2018] LSE [standard list] IPO the current MKT CAP of KAV is sub £2M
cpap man
13/8/2018
16:24
Nice vote of confidence there. Very early days here but bags of potential!
skiboy10
13/8/2018
07:20
HOLDINGS RNS out from KAV this morning Paul & MIchelle Johnson now ABOVE 3% holding in KAV
cpap man
08/8/2018
09:15
Further buying of KAV so far this morning
cpap man
07/8/2018
12:45
Buyers returning to the fold at KAV
cpap man
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