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Kefi Minerals Plc LSE:KEFI London Ordinary Share GB00BD8GP619 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.048 7.54% 0.685 0.66 0.71 0.67 0.62 0.65 4,044,470 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -5.0 -1.0 - 8

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04/4/2020
11:47
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johnpeel24
04/4/2020
11:46
Pretty much academic, really, because there is absolutely no chance whatsoever that the share price will be anywhere near 2p by the end of April. Unless there's a consolidation, of course, but that wouldn't really count.
chopper harris1
04/4/2020
01:22
Looking back at the RNS relating to the warrants I can clearly see the requirement for a share price of 2p on/before 30th April as a prerequisite. What I cannot see is anything relating to the 2p share price having to be exceeded for 5 days? Could you please advise where this is conditioned? Thanks
bejubiant
03/4/2020
17:28
Well; I am a long time, and I mean a long time Kefi investor and I will stand up in support of Harry. I have for the passed twenty three years done business in West Africa. My experience is that, it is not easy, not easy at all. In fact, it is very difficult. Many projects never get off the ground, never come to fruition. I respect Harry's tenacious character, he understands his business and that will ensure our success. Investors have chosen to invest in a business based in Africa. You are lucky to have Harry at the helm. Don't forget, shareholders can always bailout - Keelhauled
keelhauled
03/4/2020
17:27
Well; I am a long time, and I mean a long time investor Kefi and I will stand up in support of Harry. I have for the passed twenty three years done business in West Africa. My experience is that, it is not easy, not easy at all. In fact, it is very difficult. Many projects never get off the ground, never come to fruition. I respect Harry's tenacious character, he understands his business and that will ensure our success. Investors have chosen to invest in a business based in Africa. You are lucky to have Harry at the helm. Don't forget, shareholders can always bailout - Keelhauled
keelhauled
03/4/2020
17:15
It isn't a loan; it's an unconditional subscription to settle a legally binding investment that they have already committed to. They can't just hide behind the sofa and pretend not to be in when we ask for the money.
jaylett
03/4/2020
17:03
From Oldi LSE kefi board. Hopefully Kefi/TKGM will be the second PPP...... April 3, 2020 The Government of Ethiopia has signed a deal with French infrastructure development company for the purchase of geothermal energy from the $800 million energy project of the company. Meridiam of France has inked deal with the government of Ethiopia this week to sell the geothermal energy its is going to produce from the Tulu Moye geothermal prospect site is located in Oromia Region of Ethiopia. The deal is the biggest in the country’s history of energy purchase. Up until the government revised its policy a few years ago, energy production has been monopolized by the government. When the project begins production of geothermal energy, it will play key role in energy security of the country and contributes to the development of the country, according to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. It is one of the first mega public private partnership (PPP) projects in Ethiopia to go operational after the country introduced PPP and opens the energy sector for the private sector and foreign investors. “This is the first PPP to enter such a stage here. Geothermal enhances our energy security by providing constant output power to support industrialization & continued economic growth,” Prime Minister Abiy twitted. The power purchase agreement was initially signed in December 2017 when the French company enters the energy market of the country. IT IS stated that the French company aims to produce 150 megawatts of electricity in two phases from geothermal. The construction of the project and first phase of 50 megawatts electricity production of energy is expected to be completed in 2023. “Proud to support Ethiopia in its development. The acceleration of investment in sustainable energy will be key to fight COVID-19 economic shock and job creation,” twitted Thierry Déau, CEO of Meridiam and Founding Partner. The construction is being implemented by Tullu Moye Geothermal Operations Private Limited Company and the drilling work will be done by Kenya Generation from the neighboring Kenya.
robjm66
03/4/2020
16:58
Think Ethiopia learnt from other countries and bought in measures early so likely to have less cases per head of population than most. I should think they will have an idea how the outbreak is likely to play out there within a few weeks.
robjm66
03/4/2020
16:52
Given the unknown duration of the covid outbreak, the English banks have, apparently, been showing a marked reluctance to lend the money sought by business users. This, despite the instructions from the UK government to adopt a more helpful approach, and the provision of hundreds of millions of funds provided by the central government for this purpose. Would it be so surprising that the ANS have adopted a similar view? Of course, I know not myself, but I do consider it a possibility. After all, Kefi are severely limited in what they can do with that the funding money whilst Lockdown is in force virtually globally, and including Ethiopia.
scrappycat
03/4/2020
16:23
Topical I would prefer the election to be ruse or excuse to buy a bit of time than a cause for any concern as then Kefi has the option to totally decouple its schedule from the election schedule so hope you are right. Think it is a bit of concern though how much is hard to tell without having in depth knowledge of Ethiopian politics and the backers of the project attitude towards them. Kefi admit in its answer “The banks merely need to see law and order in the lead-up to and the immediate aftermath.” (of the election). Mind you if the country is in lockdown already would guess that will help with law and order also would expect local banks to be less inclined to cold feet than international banks. Not overly concerned if there is a new government as they will want the mine to go ahead as much as the present one.
robjm66
03/4/2020
15:26
"The banks merely need to see law and order in the lead-up to and the immediate aftermath"
mab
03/4/2020
15:23
From the rns's, signed agreements have been made with the gov / ANS but its the major african banks who have issue with the elections. Nothing being signed with them which is an issue as there putting up half the debt finance.
mab
03/4/2020
14:55
Just wanted to add to what Topicel wrote above. The December, January and February updates all pointed to middle of the year, when, coincidentally, at the same time, last years financial reports and accounts are to be published. Tin Foil Hat Time. By coupling the Finances to the Election, moved final closure beyond any date clash and paved the way for further delay into ANOTHER YEAR. NOW that Ethiopias Governing Body have DELAYED the Elections indefinitely (No new date set until Covid19 crisis passes), Adams has again failed to mention WHAT the NEW Schedule is. Either by sticking to 'BEYOND' an Election OR invoking the OLD Schedule for Mid Year.
cybaajak
03/4/2020
14:40
@ Topicel 'sell part of our Saudi interest' If I'm not wrong, ARTAR is paying for drilling at Hawiah. This sounds to me like a sale of interest (at least for Hawiah) H
ham1
03/4/2020
10:45
May as well make him earn his corn. "Roger, Thanks but you haven’t answered my question and the countless of other ones you have no doubt received concerning the ANS payment which is well overdue. Put simply, are they going to pay the first tranche this month? If not, when will they pay? Regards John"
digger2779
03/4/2020
10:22
Regarding having a Q & A section on the website would always want as many questions answered as possible so its a plus if we did not have it we would be even more in the dark than we are. Probably the world is awash with people at the moment looking for a job however anyone really got the patience for someone coming and it leading to even more delays. Suppose Jeff Rayner would be a good choice as he knows the company and done the job but would he want it?
robjm66
03/4/2020
10:19
I too just got an email referring me to the Q&A. Didn't even bother to acknowledge my email which was about the ANS money. I think that the company looks at what questions have been asked then make up it's own version of the question it can then answer to suit itself. Yes the first step is the hardest but I would say getting a straight answer from the company is even harder.
digger2779
03/4/2020
10:14
Chopper out!Oh, no - that's totally inappropriate lol
shortarm
03/4/2020
10:13
Really poor comment talking about "first steps" after all this time we most a least be on steps 5,6,7,8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NO-h9PFum4
robjm66
03/4/2020
09:56
Sent: Roger The Q&A does not address my questions. Can you confirm that the stated March deadline for payment by ANS was missed? If so, what is the revised schedule for their payment? This is of the upmost importance and the share price will not recover until funding is received. I also found the "the first step is the hardest" answer on the Q&A extremely poorly judged. The tone used is appalling. Regaards
jaylett
03/4/2020
09:22
@ Jaylett. I got a reply as well. My #2988 was answered thus; Your questions have been noted. Responses to various questions we have received regarding Tulu Kapi and COVID-19 have been posted at https://www.kefi-minerals.com/investors/q-and-a Kind regards, Roger Howe
cybaajak
03/4/2020
09:12
Q: Are you confident that the closing of local project equity will occur? Yes, that is $58M from the combination of our Government and private partner, ANS The Government has already closed and is spending its $20M The Government is helping wherever it can because TKGM has suffered from some extraneous factors largely affected by the Governmen Q: Does ANS have the money and what fallbacks are there? ANS is a special purpose investment company founded by the five directors for an investment by 15 institutions and corporates. ANS signed a subscription agreement and approved all our RNS’s. If any individual ANS investor fails to close in any particular moment when all its conditions precedent for processes, documents, etc are satisfied, then other local investors are expected to cover them. The Government now works closely with ANS to ensure the public private partnership works for this high priority project. Q: Can we expect all these time-consuming procedures before every tranche with ANS? The first step is always hardest. Well actually missing some of the answer to one of the questions “governmenR21; but kefi still says government spending money now. Suggests that kefi are still wading through red tape “moment when all its conditions precedent for processes, documents, etc are satisfied,”.
robjm66
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