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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
  0.15 5.26% 3.00 2.90 3.10 3.00 2.85 2.85 139,336 15:51:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -1.5 -0.9 - 6

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14/9/2020
11:06
Nice and steady into next update.
palace pete
13/9/2020
12:32
Yes, count of monte Cristo is right, nothing going to happen for sometime guys, what a disaster. So better to sellup and move on if you cannot see what's on the horizon. I'll happily buy into the offload.Cash
cashandcard
13/9/2020
08:49
2021 is 105 days away. In mining terms, its now.
riley9
13/9/2020
08:18
The problem is they won't be drilling until 2021.
the count of monte_cristo
13/9/2020
06:45
Folks, keep it quiet. Trying to unwind elsewhere and fill my boots for a bigger position before this gets onto markets radar.Cash
cashandcard
13/9/2020
01:31
I like the mining maven quote “This really is elephant hunting of the highest order. With a £5 million market cap, the potential upside here is immense.” https://miningmaven.com/company-news/63-kavango-resources/1081-kavango-s-hunt-for-elephant-scale-deposits-intensifies-as-modelling-confirms-norilsk-potential-in-botswana-kav
skiboy10
13/9/2020
01:29
Thanks fbrj But you forgot the word ‘huge’ Cheers! 652 "I think that the message is getting across, I think people do understand that we could be sitting on a huge copper deposit and there is enormous potential there and if we are successful I think people could make a huge amount of money." https://total-market-solutions.com/2020/08/12/kavango-resources-2/
skiboy10
11/9/2020
18:16
Ski - bit of a lurker here but just wanted to thank you for your ongoing input and sourcing the info posted.Been building a holding over several months and almost back to b/e on the bid! In the early days it was difficult to buy much but now liquidity seems a little better.Seems to be a make or break company (hopefully the former!). For the size of company the amount and detail of the info put out is impressive.The phrase I particularly remember in one interview with the company was...."We're all here to make some money!" Need a little more interest and this could really motor with the small number of shares in issue ~200m and market cap of £5m.
fbrj
11/9/2020
16:26
A 3D sectional view looking south down the KSZ (Hukuntsi section). It shows the "keels" and "wings " of the sills very nicely. The "keels" are where we would expect to find metal sulphide mineralisation as per the schematic (after Barnes et al 2015) of a typical sill at Norilsk (below).
skiboy10
11/9/2020
13:57
“If Kavango are correct it could be the next big thing in the mining industry”
skiboy10
11/9/2020
13:22
14:05 Fri 11 Sep 2020 Kavango shares 'striking' geological similarities to giant Norilsk nickel project in Russia Mining Capital's Alastair Ford updates Proactive London following an update earlier this week from Kavango Resources PLC (LON:KAV). They've published initial images of three dimensional geological modelling developed from data obtained from the Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) project in south-western Botswana. The images confirm significant similarities between the northern Hukuntsi section of the KSZ and the giant Norilsk mining centre in Siberia. Norilsk accounts for 90% of Russia's nickel reserves, 55% of its copper and virtually all of its' platinum group metals. https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/928888/kavango-shares--striking--geological-similarities-to-giant-norilsk-nickel-project-in-russia-928888.html
skiboy10
10/9/2020
20:54
Just got to get Kav noticed out there when the targets materialise.
palace pete
10/9/2020
17:32
I'd be more than happy with a JV on good terms prior to drilling if it accelerates the timeline and pushes project forward, not to mention the potential cash injection and if it reduces the need for additional fundraising. Looking at the scale of the KSZ a large % of the project would still be worth billions if they find anything Norilsk like.
skiboy10
10/9/2020
16:25
Summary of Mike's interview Coming to fruition of a long period of desktop work undertaken during lock down Based on compilation of huge amount of data from varying sources on KSZ (drill holes, airborne EM, existing available data etc.) Built up a 3D picture of what is underneath Kalahari sands in collaboration with world leader Mira Geoscience Big advance in moving toward finding a copper/nickel deposit 3D images of KSZ sills are remarkably similar to those at Norilsk – very encouraging The sills have a deep keel to them and that’s where the massive sulphides reside like at Norilsk Have now found the keels at the KSZ and can see them in 3D Pick 5 or 6 best looking targets Have just got back on the ground – large loop ground based EM surveying this year and drilling 2021 Only drill down to approx. 400m Re: financing - Preferred option is a JV partner to share drilling costs of what would be an extensive campaign History of prudent financial management and coming in under budget (though this has sometimes led to longer timescales) Working towards proof of concept – got to demonstrate that our theory is correct – we are very close to that point Once concept is proven then it will be relatively easy to find a JV partner and on good terms Micro-probe work being done soon on nickel depletion at University of Leicester – final box to be ticked on similarities between KSZ and Norilsk Most important thing now is to get the geophysical work done – once see conductive zones in the keels of the sills, and we anticipate there will be, then decide on drilling program and a JV partner https://total-market-solutions.com/2020/09/10/kavango-resources-sept-2020/
skiboy10
10/9/2020
08:05
hTTps://total-market-solutions.com/2020/09/10/kavango-resources-sept-2020/
soulsauce
10/9/2020
08:00
Thank you for posting the above burtond1 - an excellent interview with Mike Moles - with the potential of some exciting times ahead moving into next year!
the chairman elect
10/9/2020
06:27
From Siberia to South Africa. Is @KavangoRes Kalahari Suture Zone the new Norilsk?#KAV co-founder Mike Moles is confident the company is close to presenting a Kalahari Suture Zone proof of concept and expands further here with @copytasterhttps://total-market-solutions.com/2020/09/10/kavango-resources-sept-2020/
burtond1
08/9/2020
16:14
Disappointed in the share price reaction but Kav is still unknown to a lot of potential players.
palace pete
08/9/2020
14:34
“Overall, this has been a highly encouraging summer for Kavango as it has advanced its exploration theory in the KSZ. The potential targets are huge, and it is now a question of finding them. This really is elephant hunting of the highest order. With a £5 million market cap, the potential upside here is immense.”
skiboy10
08/9/2020
13:16
Muppets selling off any rise
gasmanmick
08/9/2020
12:26
KAV SP Angel . Morning View . Kavango Resources (KAV LN) 2.85p, Mkt cap £4.5m – Further data on similarities between the Kahalari Suture Zone and the Norilsk nickel system in Russia Kavango Resources has released further details of its 3D modelling showing geological similarities between the northern, Hukuntsi, zone of its Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) project in Botswana and the Norilsk region of Siberia which “accounts for 90% of Russia's nickel reserves, 55% of its copper and virtually all of its' platinum group metals”. The company’s modelling which incorporates airborne magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical data as well as drill hole and resistivity information, “depict flat lying Karoo gabbro sills in 3D, which bear a remarkable resemblance to those containing large deposits of copper, nickel and platinum group metal (Cu/Ni/PGM) rich massive sulphides in the Norilsk mining centre in Siberia”. In particular, the modelling identifies 10 large scale geological sills (“Relatively thin, planar, horizontal bodies of solidified gabbroic magma that intruded into layers of sedimentary rock whilst still molten”) covering some 300km2 “within 400m of the surface, making them viable exploration targets”. “Kavango's geologists will now work to select up to six of the most prospective targets for follow up exploration and drilling”. CEO, Michael Foster, explained that the imagery was a major step forward in the company’s exploration of the KSZ which allowed them “to view the gabbroic intrusions in 3D. We can see their shape, size thickness and their depth from surface. We can clearly identify and locate the thicker parts of the sills for follow up EM surveying … which should culminate in an extensive drilling programme in the KSZ." The company includes a link to a more detailed presentation describing the similarities with Norilsk at hxxps://www.kavangoresources.com/media/attachments/2020/04/29/mineral-systems-review-of-the-ksz-botswana.pdf as well as a number of detailed vertical sections. Conclusion: Kavango Resources is building a compelling technical case for the geological similarities between its KSZ project and the well-known Noriilsk deposits. Ultimately however the challenge will be to build on the impressive technical work to identify and prove up a commercial body of mineralisation.
skiboy10
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