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
  0.00 0.0% 2.00 1.90 2.10 2.00 2.00 2.00 0.00 08:00:00
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Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -0.5 -0.8 - 3

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10/12/2019
12:32
It was quite clear that tests/analysis of drills wouldn’t be done until after Christmas. All that was mentioned was a further update on the likely completion of the drills. Not likely to be told anything until new year. This was all explained, and quite clear.
bpw03
10/12/2019
12:14
Hourly updates lol. Mike Moles video 29/11 states need to test under scope if primary or not that’s nearly two weeks ago. Info not clear ie if secondary then my understanding nothing of value will be found does this apply to whole of KSZ I don’t know. I have asked for clarification more than once but no replies from company or investors yet so please correct me if I’m wrong. I have been long time large investor but reluctantly sold off some because of the extra risk this confusion caused. This board is meant to be a place to share useful info so please do it is needed.
gasmanmick
10/12/2019
11:32
I am prepared to wait into for the New Year to see if KAV are on the right track here. MM did say that we would get another RNS when the drill campaign was complete which he expected to be in a week or so and that was 10 days ago. So news any time now. Whether that will include any analysis, we shall see but the down hole geophys planned for Jan should give them more to go on. Hopefully news will drive the SP/sentiment to enable a fund raise at higher levels than this!
d220
10/12/2019
11:17
Got to be honest. I find the day to day comments on her a little bemusing really. Mike Moles recently did an excellent video interview stating quite clearly how things were going and the plans for the future work. The main point made was there had been postive finds in the drills but NO analysing would be done until after Christmas. Yet people are still wanting hourly updates it would seem. Extraordinary. In summary, there a lots of positives from the drills but nothing concrete until the analysing next year. Sit tight and chill.
bpw03
09/12/2019
18:09
Skiboy Please read board before posting read info posted by KAV which Refers to disseminated metal sulphides in the gabbroic sills which are been tested to see if primary or not. Now your here can you explain to me what the outcome will be if secondary because most of KAV posts are clear as mud Ps I’m relaxed I can afford to lose money here not all can
gasmanmick
09/12/2019
16:51
gasmanmick are you fairly new to the natural resources sector? Only asking as companies such as KAV always need to raise some money every year so yes in 2020 KAV along with many others will be most likely raising some money. The amounts have generally be relatively small with the last raise only being around £750k. I am sure that KAV will release further news shortly but you must understand that the mining exploration game is not an instant results business so just try and relax as all will become clear soon enough!
skiboy10
09/12/2019
13:29
If disseminated metal sulphides in gabbroic sills are not primary then this will be worth nothing KSZ will have nothing Rio spent 1.5 million looking for copper in Kalahari then walked Ditau has 1 in 10 chance I have requested clear info re importance of xenoliths just more geo speak and it was not given so I’ve sold a bit and will wait and gamble for a little bit longer but expect to lose it all
gasmanmick
09/12/2019
11:18
The funding requirement is obvious imo. The presence of primary sulphides is not....yet.
thelung
09/12/2019
10:50
skiboy Can KAV tell market if the disseminated metal sulphides in the garbbroic sills are a primary feature Lack of clear communication to its investors has caused many to sell up many more are about to do the same
gasmanmick
09/12/2019
08:19
key question gas
edjge2
07/12/2019
09:03
Skiboy Can you enquire if Kav would seek further funding to carry on drilling KSZ based on what they know at moment a yes or no please
gasmanmick
05/12/2019
09:20
Manic geological woohoo expected as this quite exciting now. Buying this near 2 has to be a bargain IMO. I agree with gas a downaimed translation would help us mere investors.
edjge2
04/12/2019
20:29
I would like to thank Mike for coming back to us but I think your technical replies which are important and necessary need a summary which explains the relevance to the desired goal finding sulphide mineralisation in plain English for us ordinary investors who want to invest in this exciting adventure. The proactive videos which allow management more scope do this so maybe I will just wait for that. I have already stated I’m here long term and the main reasons are the very experienced management team who are invested in this company.
gasmanmick
04/12/2019
17:12
Reply from Michael Foster "The xenoliths are whitish clasts inside the gabbros. They are incorporated inside the gabbro, some with remnants of the original sedimentary textures etc. They will have to be studied in detail as they will reveal information about the temperature, pressure, cooling of the magma that formed the gabbro rocks. Part of a much bigger picture being unravelled at the KSZ."
skiboy10
04/12/2019
16:26
Back in fair punt territory with tiny sells driving down, plenty still to play for, no patience even less understanding. I include myself in the lack of geo savvy but management seem better than many, if they get the break they want maybe their 12p options won't look so remote.
paleje
04/12/2019
13:45
Gasman understandable post
edjge2
04/12/2019
08:30
Can someone translate into English and explain significance re finding mineralisation in KSZ Thanks
gasmanmick
04/12/2019
06:32
Roles of xenomelts, xenoliths, xenocrysts, xenovolatiles, residues, and skarns in the genesis, transport, and localization of magmatic Fe-Ni-Cu-PGE sulfides and chromite Highlights - Xenoliths, xenocrysts, xenomelts, and xenovolatiles play active roles in ore genesis. - Xenoliths influence the bulk density and viscosity of the magma and therefore sulfide transport. - Some chromite represents upgraded Fe ± Ti oxide xenocrysts. - Embayments/jogs/throats that localize Ni-Cu-PGE deposits are traps for collecting upward or downward-transported sulfides/oxides/xenoliths. 4. Xenoliths In many deposits (e.g., Duluth, Noril’sk, Sudbury, Voisey’s Bay) xenoliths are closely associated with sulfide mineralization. They have traditionally been interpreted to represent wall rocks that contributed S (e.g., Mainwaring and Naldrett, 1977, Ripley, 1981, Thériault and Barnes, 1998, Samalens et al., 2017) and sometimes metals (e.g., Tyson and Chang, 1984), but played mainly a passive role during sulfide transport and deposition, reflecting hydrodynamic equivalence (e.g., Li and Naldrett, 2000) where less dense but larger silicate xenoliths have similar settling rates as denser but smaller sulfide droplets. However, as we shall see they may have played more active roles by: 1) increasing bulk viscosity, 2) reducing bulk density if less dense than the magma or increasing bulk density if more dense than the magma, and if olivine-rich and if silicate melt can be advected away, 3) providing a medium for sulfide melt droplets to nucleate, allowing sulfide to be more easily transported upwards. Even if they contain no S, inclusions may contaminate the invading magma, potentially lowering sulfide solubility, but because of the limits on the solubility of sulfide in magmas noted above and the even greater limits on the changes in solubility with contamination, this normally generates only small amounts of sulfides. Xenoliths are very rare and occur only along the basal contacts at Kambalda (e.g., Frost and Groves, 1989a), which formed from a very high-T (∼1620 °C) komatiitic magma, although they have been reported in komatiitic rocks at Digger Rocks (Perring et al., 1995) and Hunters Road (Prendergast, 2001). They are rare and only occur along the basal contact with gabbros (but not metasediments) at Raglan (e.g., Lesher, 2007), which formed from a intermediate-T (∼1360 °C) komatiitic basaltic magma. However, xenoliths are common at Duluth, Noril’sk, and Voisey’s Bay, which formed from lower-T (<1280 °C) picritic/basaltic magmas and at Sudbury, which formed from a low-T (∼1180 °C at the liquidus) quartz dioritic magma. Several examples are described below. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0169136817300513
skiboy10
04/12/2019
00:10
Gap closed
thelung
02/12/2019
16:31
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