Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kibo Mining LSE:KIBO London Ordinary Share IE00B97C0C31 ORD EUR0.015
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -0.84% 5.90p 5.50p 6.30p 5.95p 5.90p 5.95p 394,457 08:12:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -3.6 1.0 5.9 21.47

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14/1/2018
20:40
Today 12:32Price: 5.85yaki1,190 postsMCPPJust to add to it. A typical locomotive uses 25 MWh for every 1000 km travelled. If assume 10 such journey's a day, that will eat 250MWh. Just that one client.Looks like we have Train Drivers amongst the LSE clappers nowBrilliant
catchingmice
12/1/2018
10:16
Mr Strings I get more likes than that on Facebook LOLHappy New Year
catchingmice
12/1/2018
09:08
Wow 17.2K followers!!!Interesting tweet as news flow spreads on our investment:https://twitter.com/tradeinstock247/status/951733360623345664
guitars4stars
12/1/2018
08:46
Cautious yet wise posting from respected Kibo investor Sonic.... :) Today 08:09 Price: 5.85s0n1cb00mb0y 4,868 postsSML anyone?No point Magufuli banging the table and bringing this into law unless it is actively used. Expecting movement on the SML at any given time now. 100-200% upside imo.
guitars4stars
12/1/2018
06:43
Look for the similarities on the LSE postings."The Internet has given investors many excellent sources for doing due diligence on the thousands of stocks available for purchase. But for many investors, finding trustworthy sources of information about a particular company can be challenging. One source that many investors look to for reliable information on a company is the various stock discussion boards and forums. While some of these research sources can be helpful, many of these discussion boards and forums have dangerous elements to them. Almost all stock forums contain slithery characters that have insidious hidden motives when posting their comments. Some of these forum posters are so clever at what they do, even the most sophisticated investor can make a bad buy or sell decision based on the poster's deceiving posts on the forums. Recall that even the CEO of Whole Foods was caught posting in an insidious fashion on a company's stock forum. One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable.Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily:1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement.12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper.The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
12/1/2018
06:43
Look for the similarities on the LSE postings."The Internet has given investors many excellent sources for doing due diligence on the thousands of stocks available for purchase. But for many investors, finding trustworthy sources of information about a particular company can be challenging. One source that many investors look to for reliable information on a company is the various stock discussion boards and forums. While some of these research sources can be helpful, many of these discussion boards and forums have dangerous elements to them. Almost all stock forums contain slithery characters that have insidious hidden motives when posting their comments. Some of these forum posters are so clever at what they do, even the most sophisticated investor can make a bad buy or sell decision based on the poster's deceiving posts on the forums. Recall that even the CEO of Whole Foods was caught posting in an insidious fashion on a company's stock forum. One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable.Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily:1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement.12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper.The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
12/1/2018
06:42
Look for the similarities on the LSE postings."The Internet has given investors many excellent sources for doing due diligence on the thousands of stocks available for purchase. But for many investors, finding trustworthy sources of information about a particular company can be challenging. One source that many investors look to for reliable information on a company is the various stock discussion boards and forums. While some of these research sources can be helpful, many of these discussion boards and forums have dangerous elements to them. Almost all stock forums contain slithery characters that have insidious hidden motives when posting their comments. Some of these forum posters are so clever at what they do, even the most sophisticated investor can make a bad buy or sell decision based on the poster's deceiving posts on the forums. Recall that even the CEO of Whole Foods was caught posting in an insidious fashion on a company's stock forum. One slimy character in particular to be vigilant of is the omnipresent stock ramper. S/he can be found on almost every discussion board / forum and too many times investors can make bad buy decisions by following the ramper's misguided advice. Remember, the anonymity of the Internet should make you skeptical of what anyone says if you don't know who they are. Before making a buy or sell decision on a stock, make sure you are dealing with a reliable source. And if that source is an anonymous stock forum poster, that source is rarely reliable.Here are 15 ways you can identify the stock discussion board ramper. I've seen the same behaviors in the stock rampers across many stock forums. Once you know the warning signs, you can learn to spot the ramper much more easily:1. The rampers post exorbitant stock price predictions.2. The rampers warn others they better get in now or else. Their "buy now" posts almost sound like threats.3. They attack those who disagree with their lofty predictions. They cannot back up their arguments with a rational discussion, so they resort to petty name calling and telling others who disagree with them that they are "full of it." 4. They are not open minded. You cannot have an intelligent discussion with these types. They will do whatever they can to discredit those who disagree with them by spreading false information. They are very often antagonistic.5. They post their predictions over and over and over desperately hoping to move the market. They never do, because what they say is insignificant to the market. That is because no one knows who they are (see below).6. The rampers rarely (if ever) backs up their predictions with concrete, specific numbers - if they do, projected sales numbers are way beyond what the company, analysts, and industry insiders say is realistic. But somehow, according to them, even people in the company are overly PESSIMISTIC when it comes to their own sales projections.7. They post anonymously - they are no-names in the financial world or the particular industry that the company is involved in. Credible people who make lofty stock price predictions will often post their real names – or link to articles they have published - so others can get a feel for their pedigree and can research their background. The vast majority of credible stock market heavyweights do not post in discussion forums. If they do, they usually tell people who they are and can prove it. 8. Oftentimes the rampers are hired by boiler room operations. Their pay grade is whatever you could imagine a company would pay someone to post on Internet forums – not much above minimum wage.9. Rampers often talk of a fictitious track record in predictions - legends in their own mind. They rattle off all their past "accurate" predictions including that the sun was going to rise in the east today.10. It is obvious that the rampers have an agenda on the discussion board. They are not objective about the financial environment, the company, management, etc. Their posts carry the same one-sided theme. Bad news is good news in reverse. Any good news (even modest good news) is an affirmation of how the stock is going to appreciate to incredible levels shortly.11. They appear to be rabid on their support of the company – beyond a reasonable amount of enthusiasm, the ramper comes across as almost crazed in his/her excitement.12. Rampers are egotistical, and it comes across in their posts. Anyone who does not agree with them is an "idiot," even those who are esteemed in their respective field. They are not respectful of those who disagree with their predictions.13. When the stock is on a run, the ramping intensifies – the stock is "going to the moon." This, incidentally, is often a great time to sell the stock. Remember, no one every went broke taking profits.14. When the stock is in a lull, the ramping may intensify in a desperate attempt to do a quick pump and dump scheme.15. The ramper will unceremoniously dump the stock when their mission has been accomplished. Those remaining in the stock are now deemed to be "bagholders" by the pumper.The rampers continue their agenda over and over. It happens on every stock discussion board – especially on penny stock boards, when pump and dump operators and boiler room operators feel they can have an impact on a thinly traded stock. Fortunately, with practice, we can learn to spot the ramper once we know the red flags. With experience, you get an intuitive feel about various posters on the Internet – even with the anonymous nature of these stock forums. Learn to spot the slithery ramper, and you'll be a better investor."
aimchimp
12/1/2018
02:07
SMl today? or delayed until Monday:))
spooks4
12/1/2018
02:06
SML today ? or delayed until Monday:))
spooks4
11/1/2018
22:30
Extract from the 05/01/18 RNS: "The Company had arranged to present at a Proactive Event in London on 11 January 2018, however, the meeting with the ME has taken precedence and accordingly Kibo has postponed its attendance at the event."
uknighted
11/1/2018
21:29
Http://www.proactive_investors.co.uk/companies/news/189894/kibo-mining-makes-progress-on-three-fronts-in-tanzania-and-botswana-189894.html Kibo Mining makes progress on three fronts in Tanzania and Botswana Share 10:58 11 Jan 2018 Tanzania, and the wider East African region, are acutely short of power coal INVESTMENT OVERVIEW: KIBO THE BIG PICTURE Kibo is expanding its coal to power portfolio in Africa Kibo Mining PLC (LON:KIBO) has been busy over the past twelve months. The flagship Mbeya thermal power station project in Tanzania is ready to go once a power purchase agreement (PPA) can be agreed with the country’s electricity company. Katoro, the company’s gold assets, were spun out in May with a separate listing, while in November it acquired a power station development in Botswana to leverage the knowledge acquired from Mbeya. The group picked up an 85% stake in Mabesekwa from Sechaba, a subsidiary of Shumba Energy, for about £9mln to be paid in shares. Mbeya the flagship Mbeya is Kibo’s flagship asset. The plan is to develop the Mbeya coal mine as a 1.5mln tonne operation based on a defined 120.8 mln tonne resource and the Mbeya Power Plant as a 300MW mine-mouth power station with leeway for this capacity eventually to double. Tanzania, and the wider East African region, are acutely short of power and the project has received strong support from both the government and international companies. The Tanzanian Government has targeted the delivery of 5GW installed generation capacity by 2020 with a further 7GW to be added in the following five years. The project through is being held up by negotiations over the PPA. In January, Kibo said that “significant progress” had been made towards the expedited PPA. The PPA – which is essentially the Tanzanian government and TANESCO agreeing to buy the power in advance – is needed for Kibo to complete the financing for the project. Once that is in hand, the AIM-listed firm believes it can get the MCPP into production within 36 months. Potential at Katoro Gold At Katoro, a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) survey at the Imweru gold project was completed at the end of the year, with the data to be to support the final resource estimation and optimised mine design. READ: Katoro Gold to create digital map of Imweru prospect in Tanzania Louis Coetzee, executive chairman, said: "We are fast-tracking the work programme at Imweru and delighted with the speed at which it is progressing. "As we move into 2018, we anticipate a steady flow of news as we hit key trigger points including the completion of the PFS, drilling programme, a feasibility study and the application for a Mining Licence as well as the final phase of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment." Mabesekwa a ‘fantastic opportunity’ Like Mbeya, Mabesekwa will be a power plant based on coal produced from a resource at the site. The project will utilise 300Mt of the existing 777Mt coal resource. Coetzee described it as a "fantastic opportunity" especially as it was located in Botswana. “The synergies with our flagship MCPP [Mbeya] project in Tanzania are impossible to ignore, placing us in a strong position to utilise our knowledge and contacts to rapidly advance both projects to production in a short time-frame.” At 6p, Kibo is valued at £22mln.
potter25
11/1/2018
16:22
Today 15:15Price: 5.85yaki1,181 postsMining regsJust been finalised and deposited with the president for signing. A day before Friday's deadline http://blog.maelezo.go.tz/katibu-mkuu-kiongozi-balozi-john-kijazi-apokea-kwa-niaba-ya-rais-kanuni-za-sheria-ya-madini-namba-7-ya-mwaka-2017/ So they can meet deadline (or even better) if needed! There are only 3 SML applications and ours is the oldest! Bring it on!Ramping once again hoping for new investors getting spiked.Shameful
catchingmice
11/1/2018
13:35
Derampers keep spouting nonsense! They were certainly not expecting the Sp to move up again!!! The market sees things differently so anyone shorting this will need there head checking out! Anyway as ever DYOR and best of luck to all genuine holders.... P.S end of January not to long now!
potter25
11/1/2018
12:02
Today 11:56Price: 6.05TPB36644 postsRNSMarket seems happy. Wonder if there's a sniff of SML !!Off TopicStrong Buy4% Up a real happy market ? ? ?
catchingmice
11/1/2018
11:55
Today 11:44Price: 6.05Olderandwiser7,326 postssinister agendaGreat shame that so many are migrating to a twitter group to chat about Kibo. There are dozens and dozens who are genuine investors in Kibo that still read and occasionally post on the lse bb. Me included. I cannot believe that all twitter group members are so holier than thou as to set them on a pedestal relative to the rest of us mere mortals, with hard money invested.I wouldn't worry O & W they are no different from anyone else and it's the same old nonsense spoken day in day out by them.They know nothing more than you do.Happy New YearThe MICE
catchingmice
11/1/2018
08:33
Ticking up on just a few trades this morning... interesting questions raised by respected holder 'Sonic' over on the LSE:Today 08:28 Price: 5.55s0n1cb00mb0y 4,831 postsRE: TIMELINEJust a little look at the timeline.... 12th Jan - New Mining Regulations Signed Off. Mining Licences able to be signed off again, open to investment again. 31st Jan - MOU for PPA to be sign off date agreed by ALL stakeholders. The government, Tanesco, KIBO etc 31st March - PPA sign off date. Major landmark. 31st March - Financial Close. Full on entry into FC. 31st September - Construction Ready --------------------------------------------------------- Points to consider are: After 12th Jan an SML could be issued at any time, this is a major milestone and will have a huge effect on the shareprice imo. I would imagine as we approach 31st March and thereafter there will be offers for % of the MCPP Phase 1 emerging. Will the initial construction size be developed officially to 600/700MW therefore becoming Phase 1 and 2? Will the project be integrated or separated? Will the mine for up domestic coal sales opportunities? How will KIBO further rebrand and develop their energy strategy? I imagine once this deal goes through with the Tanzania Government and bearing in mind the overall rebranding another project will be picked up in Tanzania. Ill say EDL may look an attractive proposition finally. So all in all very exciting times...finally Im expecting a real rerate over the next month or two as we build towards FC.Off Topic
guitars4stars
10/1/2018
21:29
What you got SMoose?
mohammedalibusiness
10/1/2018
20:37
Yes looking forward, just want to get classic car back on road hoping kibo shares funds project
supermoose
10/1/2018
19:38
Potter - all eyes on the big milestones... and my pension pot! : )
mohammedalibusiness
10/1/2018
19:38
UK - that's my point - the date hasn't changed, but I think the chances of it being achieved by that date has been increased as I read it as the Gov have told TANESCO to streamline their part of the MOU to insure timely delivery and nowhere to hide behind inefficiency.My thought is that maybe LC has put forward a joined up proposal to Tanz Gov - including investor and other partners to basically say it's all set up but at risk if not moving quickly (hence Botswana diversification) but this is purely speculation on my part and based on my interpretation of limited info. Either way, I pay my monies and take my chance - DYOR
mohammedalibusiness
10/1/2018
19:25
MAB reading into it again I agree they are trying to streamline this , it will be the first PPA so let's see how this pans out no matter how one sees this RNS we are still on track to meet PPA end of Q1....
potter25
10/1/2018
18:27
MAB good luck, but if I remember right the date for the PPA in 18/12/17 RNS was already 31/03? Try as I might I can't get excited about this RNS.
uknighted
10/1/2018
18:24
Covers the day really - well done Mo'Erm... am I actually reading this right... it seems to me that TANESCO proposed it's MOU - the government has intervened and instructed it to be much more streamlined in order to deliver PPA by end of Q1 (next few weeks)... which is excellent news for Kibo and it means no drawn out laziness and incompetence...And clowns are trying to manipulate this bit of crucial news to spread fear into weak holders?I hope it works as I want to pick up a few more Kibo over the next few weeks (I've got some other trading shares close to my target selling price) so please do your best derampers - I am one of those looking for the cheap shares, just like your partners.
guitars4stars
10/1/2018
18:10
Erm... am I actually reading this right... it seems to me that TANESCO proposed it's MOU - the government has intervened and instructed it to be much more streamlined in order to deliver PPA by end of Q1 (next few weeks)... which is excellent news for Kibo and it means no drawn out laziness and incompetence...And clowns are trying to manipulate this bit of crucial news to spread fear into weak holders?I hope it works as I want to pick up a few more Kibo over the next few weeks (I've got some other trading shares close to my target selling price) so please do your best derampers - I am one of those looking for the cheap shares, just like your partners.
mohammedalibusiness
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