Kazera Global Plc
-0.025 (-2.63%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kazera Global Plc LSE:KZG London Ordinary Share GB00B830HW33 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -2.63% 0.925 3,945,564 15:02:51
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.90 0.95 0.95 0.875 0.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.06 -1.16 -0.17 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:16:11 O 500,001 0.9484 GBX

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Posted at 28/3/2023 09:20 by Kazera Global Daily Update
Kazera Global Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KZG. The last closing price for Kazera Global was 0.95p.
Kazera Global Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.88p and a 12 week average price of 0.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 937,164,910 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,728,998 shares. The market capitalisation of Kazera Global Plc is £8,668,775.42.
Posted at 28/3/2023 16:51 by tigerbythetail
I'm no expert on these things, but the Spreadex holding would seem to be linked to Align / Richard Jennings.
That is, I think they took the other side of a bet on the share price with Align, and bought the shares to hedge the risk.
If anybody knows more about how Spreadbetters work and can explain what's going on better, I'd be grateful!!!

Posted at 28/3/2023 14:49 by gbcol
I’m a bit torn really, obviously I want share price up but I’d rather it started in a couple of weeks once I have been able to top up my SIPP and ISA at start of new tax year.

I guess there are still sellers that were hampered by the suspension but it does seem strange that we haven’t moved up considerably already based on the confidence that AMS have shown that 1.5p is a very good entry price. I’m betting they have a lot better insight into things than us.

Posted at 28/3/2023 14:05 by harvd
TBTT, I quite agree AMS could buy the entire company in the knowledge that not only are they getting a bargain at this price, it will after a little time, have cost them nothing as the Chinese will have payed them to do so when they stump up for the tantalum mine!! Bonkers share price.
Posted at 20/3/2023 10:34 by tigerbythetail
Weird situation - Align sell their bloc stake for 1.5p to industry buyer, share price remains at 0.95p. I assume we still have an overhang here - Giles Clarke and friends still selling?

At the end of it all, KZG is going to look like a completely different (and unquestionably a much more solid) company. But we've got to get there first!

Posted at 19/3/2023 18:41 by wrtmf
thanks to thebasher on lse

March 15, 2023 | Posted by admin

I believe it appropriate to give some context to the news out this morning in regards to the sale of our entire holding in Kazera to African Mineral Sands. As close followers of ours will be aware, we have attempted to pioneer a new avenue in the field of research this last 7 years that has proven, on certain counts, to be a difficult endeavour in the UK small cap arena. Sadly, we have realised that the very vast majority of companies are under capitalised (creating conflict between shareholders and directors) and the calibre of directors, drawn typically from a known slate of parties, leaves a lot to be desired. During this period, and in order to attempt to preserve value for existing shareholders, we evolved a supportive funding package to stave off unnecessary equity dilution. This has worked in some instances and not others and in various companies we have been forced to become activist more often than we would have liked. This has understandably taken its toll on me personally.

Net effect of all these experiences is that, at the age of 50 this year, the utility of “time” as opposed to money has much, much more meaning to me and so when the opportunity to sell a large block arises in each of our major stake holdings then I am inclined to take it (subject to appropriate value of course). Some parties have asked why we would sell our KZG stake for a little more than the forecast cash value post final receipt of the Aftan sale monies and the answer is simple – attempting to sell 280m shares in the market would take many, many months and act as a major overhang. From the buyers view point also, their interest is clearly making money and so they would not be prepared to pay full value for the shares otherwise what is the point in the transaction for them? I have learnt that in a business transaction – BOTH sides need to feel they have a good/fair deal or it will ultimately fall apart. The benefit for KZG shareholders is that there is now a new rebasing of the stock price and a seasoned and well capitalised player in the Mineral Sands space that can add value on multitude counts at the SA operations.

Perhaps equally importantly, this deal also takes out in one fell swoop a potential large overhang from Catalyse/Align/me (just look at Woodbois this last 6 months to see what happens to a stock price when a large holder decides to sell) and it provides for a new & invigorated direction to complement the CEO Dennis Edmonds. During the last 3 years I have been instrumental in supplying capital to Kazera in a minimally dilutive manner, have advanced loans to avoid placings at wrong share prices and have supported the current CEO and been a cheerleader for the stock. It is time to hand over the baton. I thus wish KZG shareholders old and new all the success in the world and believe that the company continues to have a fantastic future.

R Jennings

Posted at 16/3/2023 18:38 by tigerbythetail
Yohoho - there is still probably a stock overhang from the old days. A mix of shares held by spreadbetters, friends and allies of the unlamented ex-Chairman, and disgruntled victims of the ex-Chairman's misrepresentations. All want out. And you can see how under-researched they are from some of the posts on LSE.
This may take some time to work through. Unless, of course, AMS / friends of AMS do the logical thing (from their point of view) and buy up as many shares as they can on the open market until they hit their 1.5p buy-in price.
To be honest, I don't see KZG holding onto the heavy mineral sands for long. It's too good a business opportunity, and KZG shareholders seem incapable of recognising and properly valuing that. So either the whole company will be taken over, or the HMS business will be hived off.
One of the questions I'd ask is how deep are AMS's pockets. Because if they've got the money, it makes sense for them to act sooner rather than later.

Posted at 16/3/2023 17:50 by yohoho
The message from today's (non) share price performance must surely be that no one is either watching or cares about the company. A large share purchase, with 100% of voting rights going across on first stage payment, would ordinarily spike the stock on speculation alone, let alone the price it was done at. If that won't get things going it is hard to see what will.
Posted at 16/3/2023 09:44 by tigerbythetail
If this share price lasts then the folks at AMS will be scrabbling around for money to make a full takeover bid asap.
Since they're buying 29.9% from Align (at 1.5p) they can't buy any more on the open market without having to make a full offer anyhow.
My best guess is that the sellers clear in the next few days (and I do get why people are irritated with KZG) and the share price rises towards 1.5p for now.

Posted at 06/5/2022 09:39 by al101uk

That's because I'm not tied to a view and I'm happy to make an honest and fair assesment of what has just happened.

I said a few days ago that I thought it was game over for the company. They've just raised a million quid at a small premium to the prevailing shareprice.

My view: Going bust

Fact: Raised a million quid

That is an impressive feat given my view. Ergo I was impressed.

I still maintained that they have a giant mess to sort out and implied concern that they will blow it on non-core projects/legal action etc. I specifically said I was back on the fence, but still erring on being negative. I just climbed off my "going bankrupt" perch because that's not happening anymore... at least not for a while.

Oh and it's just as easy to say "raised money at double the share price of two years ago" as it is to say "raised money at half of the price of one year ago".

What matters is the price achieved now, relative to the share price now and that was a reasonable raise on that basis. Far better than I expected... I'm impressed.

And surprised that you're not impressed given that you're view appears to be even more negative than mine was/is?

Surely you'd have expected any possible placing to be at a hefty discount to the prevailing share price?

Posted at 14/12/2020 13:41 by hedgehog 100
And in fact, the singles from REM's classic LP record "Automatic for the People" can help to illustrate KZG's investment credentials:

1. "Drive" (Released: October 1, 1992)
- KZG's current pre-overdrive mode.

2. "Man on the Moon" (Released: November 21, 1992)
- KZG shareholders 'walking on the moon' after the anticipated coming positive newsflow.

3. "The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite" (Released: February 5, 1993)
- The KZG share price consolidating before the next leg up.

4. "Everybody Hurts" (Released: April 15, 1993)
- Investors with poor cyclical market timing.

5. "Nightswimming" (Released: July 15, 1993)
- KZG's diamond project workers cooling off after a hard day's work.

6. "Find the River" (Released: October 21, 1993)
- KZG's coming pipeline to its tantalum project.

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