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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% 2.95 2.80 3.10 2.95 2.95 2.95 114,413 07:46:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 0.0 -1.5 -0.9 - 6

Kavango Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/9/2020
11:37
Couldn't believe my luck. Picked up another 160k at 2.694, below mid.
flashheart
30/9/2020
11:29
You are not wrong D220. If this was a small oil company having decent seismic of a potentially large field this would be many multiples the current share price already. Kav have a model which aligns it to the biggest nickel deposit in the world, go figure. It is always the drill bit that is the prover but that is no different for oil.
soulsauce
30/9/2020
11:12
Yes KAV is not on many radars.
palace pete
30/9/2020
08:33
KCB JV Need to remind everyone apart from power metal KAV have a JV with LVR with potential to earn in 90% this seems to be not getting enough PR
gasmanmick
30/9/2020
07:30
Hybridan Small Cap Feast: 29-09-2020 Power Metal Resources 1.1p £9m (POW.L) Commencement of exploration at the Kalahari Copper Belt Joint Venture ("KCB JV") with Kavango Resources plc (LON:KAV) The KCB JV includes two prospecting licenses prospective for copper and covering 1,294.2km 2 , situated in the Kalahari Copper Belt in central west Botswana located directly to the southwest of Sandfire Resources' T3 and A4 Dome copper-silver discoveries . Power Metal has a 50% interest in the KCB JV.· Exploration now underway in the KCB JV will initially focus on soil sampling and geophysics to identify dome structures that are known to host potential copper deposits. The geology of the area is well known and the JV will work quickly towards test drilling of shallow targets, once it has been able to develop a geological model.
the chairman elect
29/9/2020
15:35
2 prsimo BIG SELLER I wonder if the seller is the same one who sold 1 million shares at 0.5p months back.This is tightly held and when the news lands who knows when it will move quickly. You have Rio and the Chinese near by looking on I don’t care who just how much.
gasmanmick
29/9/2020
12:02
Excitement grows as Power Metal and Kavango get underway in the Kalahari Copper Belt (POW, KAV) Power Metal Resources (LSE:POW) and Kavango Resources (LSE:KAV) are to begin exploration on the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana, where they are targeting a large copper-silver discovery. Their 50:50-held KCB Joint Venture operates in a well-known area of newly-discovered sediment-hosted copper deposits that are now being developed as fully-fledged mining operations. Chief executive Paul Johnson said the plan is to follow an “efficient, disciplined, and methodical approach” designed to build a geological model of the license area that can be tested swiftly through drilling. Exploration will focus on soil sampling and geophysics to identify “dome structures” that are known to host potential copper deposits regionally. The JV will then quickly move on to test drilling of shallow targets. Kavango and Power Metal’s licenses, PL036/2020 and PL037/2020, cover 1,294km2 immediately south of Botswana district capital Ghanzi. Here, they are surrounded by several hugely significant copper discoveries made in recent years. Both are along strike west of Australian mid-tier miner Sandfire Resources (ASX:SFR), which is already working in the region on T3 and A4 dome-hosted copper-silver discoveries. Meanwhile, Cupric Canyon Capital’s world-class copper and silver mine Zone 5 also sits in northwestern Botswana. This private firm raised $565 million in 2019 to develop its Khoemacau project. and its annual production is expected to exceed 63,000 tonnes of copper and 1.9 million tonnes of silver. ASX-listed miner MOD Resources was working on a similar high grade copper-silver project nearby called T3 before it was snapped up in a £93 million takeover by Sandfire in October 2019. News that exploration will get underway is the culmination of years of hard work by both Power Metal and Kavango to understand the region and the metals these structures hold. The Kalahari Copper Belt extends a vast 1,00km-by-250km from northeast Botswana into central Namibia. Both countries are safe, mining-friendly jurisdictions. And as The Economist noted recently, copper prices have been rising in tandem with gold, an unusual state of affairs during a period of manufacturing slowdown. As gold rose towards $2,000 per ounce, copper surged to a two-year high of over $6,500 in July 2020. Economic downturns usually result in a predictable decoupling in the prices of the two metals. As gold climbs with investors seeking a safe haven, copper tends to dip as construction projects fall away. The steep shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic did see copper prices drift from a peak of $6,300 per tonne in January to just over $4,700 in March. But despite lockdowns covering most of the western world, the price of copper did start climbing again and has continued this general trend into the latter half of the year. With copper now behaving much more like gold, Power Metal Resources and Kavango Resources are perfectly placed to take advantage. Johnson added: “Power Metal is seeing a number of its projects launch exploration programmes and it is particularly positive to see the expeditious launch of exploration at the KCB JV in Botswana.” Author: Mark Sheridan https://miningmaven.com/blog/1084-excitement-grows-as-power-metal-and-kavango-get-underway-in-kalahari-pow
skiboy10
29/9/2020
11:51
Power Metal Resources (POW LN) 1.05p, mkt cap £9.2m – Exploration gets underway on Botswana joint-venture Power Metal Resources reports that an initial programme of geochemical soil sampling and geophysics is underway on its 50% joint-venture licences with Kavango Resources in the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) of Botswana. At this stage, the exploration aims to identify dome structures similar to those which host “sediment-hosted copper deposits, such as Cupric Canyon's Zone 5 deposit and MOD's T3 deposit, both of which are now being developed as mining operations”. The company explains that the “Geology of the area is well known and the JV will work quickly towards test drilling of shallow targets, once it has been able to develop a geological model”. The KCB is an extensive zone stretching over 1000km through north-east Botswana and into Namibia. The previously discovered copper deposits within the KCB are typically located in association with Dome structures with mineralisation characteristically localised at the contact between the Ngwako Pan Formation and the overlying D’Kar Formation and often with an important silver component. Power Metals Resources explains that “Kavango's geophysical team have identified a number of deformation zones within the KCB licences, which will be followed up once the orientation sampling has been completed … [and] … Ground magnetic surveying will be conducted at 25m intervals over the deformation zones to supplement the regional data” with the possibility of a follow-up airborne electromagnetic survey if justified by the results. Conclusion: Field exploration is resuming on the Kalahari Copper Belt joint-venture licences with the aim of identifying potential drill targets. We await news on the progress of the geochemical and geophysical exploration with interest. *SP Angel acts as Nomad and Broker to Power Metals Resources
skiboy10
29/9/2020
11:50
Kavango Resources (KAV LN) 2.4p, Mkt cap £4.4m – Resuming field exploration of the Kalahari Copper Belt, Botswana Kavango Resources reports that it is resuming field exploration with the commencement of a geochemical soil sampling programme across its joint-venture licences on the Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana. Work on the company’s other exploration projects in Botswana at the Ditau project area and on the Kalahari Suture Zone is expected to restart in October. The exploration on the KCB joint-venture licences with LVR Geoexplorers and Power Metals is to start with an initial geochemical orientation survey in conjunction with geophysics in order to identify dome structures similar to those known to host the T3 copper deposit and associated targets developed by MOD Resources and subsequently acquired by Sandfire Resources which are located some 30km to the south and the Power Metals joint venture licence located “in a highly prospective area immediately south of the district capital of Ghanzi, along strike to the west of Sandfire Resource's T3 and A4 Dome copper-silver discoveries”. The company explains that its objective is to “identify high-priority targets for drilling in 2021”. Kavango Resources explains that the restrictions on field operations as a result of measures to contain the spread of Covid19 were “not too disruptive to Kavango's operations, as the Company had already planned detailed analysis of existing data gathered from the KSZ”. CEO, Michael Foster confirmed that “the Covid-19 restrictions have not caused too much disruption to our business. Our planned focus over the last six months was to deepen our understanding of our various strategic projects, through detailed analyses of large data sets and physical drill cores … [and that] … One of our main goals was to identify high-priority targets for follow up ground based geophysical surveying”. Mr. Foster also explained that following the work on the KCB it plans “to move on to Ditau and the KSZ, where we plan to conduct high-powered ground loop surveys to pinpoint future potential high-impact drill targets”. Conclusion: Kavango Resources has been fortunate in that restrictions on field activity coincided to an extent with planned office-based reviews of pre-existing geological data and that these have been concluded as restrictions on field operations are easing. We look forward to news on the progress of the geochemical and geophysical work and the delineation of prospective drill targets for 2021.
skiboy10
29/9/2020
10:32
Amazing when you see the potential of some of these aim companies of possible transformational future i know it's an overused word but in this instance i believe it is true, it seems peeps want concrete evidence these days. Well if all boxes ticked in the near future they won't get them at these prices. Maybe they're happy for them to be de- risked then they will wake up.
palace pete
29/9/2020
08:04
Still a very big seller here at the moment - keeps unloading 250k's
2prsimo
29/9/2020
07:28
Thanks Skiboy. It was the MF quote of completing soil sampling by end of year and then moving onto Ditau and KSZ which confuses.
thelung
29/9/2020
06:50
Power Metals version hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/power-metal--pow-/rns/botswana-kalahari-copper-belt---exploration-update/202009290700023591A/ · The KCB JV includes two prospecting licenses prospective for copper and covering 1,294.2km 2 , situated in the Kalahari Copper Belt in central west Botswana located directly to the southwest of Sandfire Resources' T3 and A4 Dome copper-silver discoveries . Power Metal has a 50% interest in the KCB JV. · Exploration now underway in the KCB JV will initially focus on soil sampling and geophysics to identify dome structures that are known to host potential copper deposits. · Geology of the area is well known and the JV will work quickly towards test drilling of shallow targets, once it has been able to develop a geological model. Paul Johnson Chief Executive Officer of Power Metal Resources plc commented: "Power Metal is seeing a number of its projects launch exploration programmes and it is particularly positive to see the expeditious launch of exploration at the KCB JV in Botswana which is targeting a large scale copper-silver discovery. The KCB JV is following an efficient, disciplined and methodical approach designed to build a geological model that can be tested through drilling at the earliest opportunity. I look forward to providing further updates on this exploration programme."
spangle93
29/9/2020
06:46
Kavango Resources @KavangoRes · 16m #KAV #RNS #Botswana #KCB 𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐓 9808;𝐑Ү27; 𝐎𝐅 𝐅𝐈𝐄𝐋 9811; 𝐄𝐗𝐏𝐋 9822;𝐑Ү08;𝐓𝐈;𝐎𝐍 𝐈𝐍 𝐁𝐎𝐓𝐒 9830;𝐀Ү21;𝐀 @KavangoRes is pleased to announce the commencement of soil sampling across the Company’s Joint Venture exploration licences in the Kalahari Copper Belt https://buff.ly/2S5rLc3
skiboy10
29/9/2020
06:43
I'm assuming EM surveys as that is the work to be done there
skiboy10
29/9/2020
06:42
"Work on the Kalahari Suture Zone ("KSZ") and the Ditau Project is scheduled to begin in October"
skiboy10
29/9/2020
06:38
Skiboy where does it say ksz em to start in Oct, as I'm reading on a phone? Thanks
thelung
29/9/2020
06:34
- Work already started on the ground on the KCB earlier this month - KSZ EM to start in October - Ditau work to start in October "We are delighted to be able to restart field exploration in Botswana. The coming 12 months promise to be an extremely exciting time for Kavango.
skiboy10
25/9/2020
17:34
That's good to know Mick. I took an initial stake here this afternoon for the first time and looking to add next week. I am particularly liking the initial Norilsk comparisons from these surveys.
flashheart
25/9/2020
15:34
Just listened to Mike Moles interview he states that once EM surveys can locate a number of targets in sills using 3D modelling he believes this will be good enough to attract a JV on “good terms”. Staff on the ground in Botswana at moment.
gasmanmick
25/9/2020
14:41
Heading up again
skiboy10
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