Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
MC Mining LSE:MCM London Ordinary Share AU000000MCM9 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 22.50p 21.00p 24.00p 22.50p 22.50p 22.50p 0 05:30:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 96.0 2.8 6.9 3.3 6.12

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06/9/2018
19:09
Big volume last 2 days and move higher in further positive news would suggest bottom now in place?! Let's hope so, more positives out of China, bodes well. Just need land accessible which will follow, if not throws into jeopardy Chinese investment into SEZ imho.
2bozmo
06/9/2018
07:42
David Brown accompanied Ramaphosa's delegation on recent trip to China.China signed MOU for Musina-Makhado SEZ1) Government supports project as we already know2) SEZ needs the coal3) up and running Makhado is $80m year EBITDA
2bozmo
04/9/2018
22:09
Over last week: 1) amendment to environment authorisation 2) coal prices in rand flying - help profit, valuations and project finance 3) company part of SA delegation to China last week 4) Mooiplaats sale now completed Looking forward: September: GSP Mining Rights; Confirmation of off-take agreements; October: Sale of Vele; December: Details of project finance;
2bozmo
04/9/2018
13:50
"South Africa Unexpectedly Slides Into Recession For The First Time Since 2009" No sh1t, Sherlock. hTTps://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-04/south-africa-unexpectedly-slides-recession-first-time-2009
casual47
03/9/2018
14:21
President Cyril Ramaphosa's state visit in China this week has yielded promising results, following the signing of several cooperation agreements between the two countries on Sunday in Beijing - including a $1.1bn trade investment deal with the Bank of China. The Bank of China intended to work with South Africa's department of trade and industry (DTI) in a special economic zones programme that would become "an engine for rapid investment attraction into South Africa". Another $90m would go into the production of hard coking coal and thermal coal, through an open cast mining project in Makhado in Limpopo in a deal between Baobab Mining and the Exploration and China Railway International Group around the Soutpansberg coalfields area. With the estimated resource at 344.8 million tonnes over a 46-year lifespan, the Makhado project would be "the only producer of hard coking coal in South Africa, which is a vital input into the steel-making industry
bengal1
30/8/2018
07:15
all coming together...this one on time!!!
bengal1
28/8/2018
15:47
Creeping up on JSE...
bengal1
28/8/2018
15:39
Buys not showing...
bengal1
28/8/2018
15:28
Meanwhile the shareprice at historic lows.....I guess £1 will be a wee way off yet..... Hope nobody here is expecting to get rich quick on this one... I'll just be happy to get my money back....
casual47
28/8/2018
15:26
Now if only the EFF can stop the chanting of "cut the throat of the white man" then South Africa may start to get back on track..... not holding my breath for it....
casual47
28/8/2018
15:18
News just out that ANC have withdrawn the expropriation bill for "further consideration".........I.e. they realised it was damaging to the country and would unleash an almighty sh1tstorm.
casual47
25/8/2018
10:29
No. You miss the point completely. This is not about the mining rights or indeed the claims of the tribe. If this was just about the legal process of expropriation in a normal western democracy there wouldn't be an issue as the legal process would just run its course, with the dice falling as they may but doing so fairly and justly with all the parties' rights fully protected by the state. This is about the government creating a climate of property rights insecurity effectively making all these properties now worthless so depriving the farmers (and Akkerland specifically) of a fair way out of this process while also seeking to change the constitution to legally steal their property. How could Akkerland now possibly go through this process and receive fair and just treatment in law when the government is agitating against landowners by burning down property rights and putting the weight of the state on the scales to completely skew the value of property?
casual47
25/8/2018
08:14
Yep, we know that... but the false media spin suits a broader agenda presenting it as something it isn't.
bengal1
25/8/2018
06:10
But the expropriation of Akkerland Boerdery is to do with mining rights and not taking a farm from white folk to give to blacks as has been portrayed in media.
2bozmo
24/8/2018
16:45
This has been portrayed as black against whites over land. It's not. Fake news. Nor is that land worth 200m.daily mail readers must be in a quandary. Nasty hunters v nasty coal.
2bozmo
24/8/2018
15:28
Agreed.. Well said. Nonetheless, the land required has now been seized according to Daily Mail., And this has absolutely nothing to do with White Farmers - the land access needed for mining and wider economic investments.
bengal1
24/8/2018
14:51
A fair price and ANC giving up on changing the constitution would be the best outcome. There's no other way forward that will not be damaging, especially in the long term -- these issues have a habit of bubbling up (and over) at some point.
casual47
24/8/2018
14:25
Article in daily mail saying owners of land we require have had enough and want to sell at fair price
2bozmo
24/8/2018
12:40
Would liken it to a compulsory purchase order in U.K. so project like HS2 can go ahead and last landowner doesn't want to sell.
2bozmo
24/8/2018
12:04
The South African expropriation act wouldn't be too dissimilar from a UK government deciding landlords like the duke of Westminster whose inherited wealth goes back to the Norman conquest should have their land taken away so it can be used to build houses for the poor all in the name of dealing with the national housing crisis. This would get huge popular support but it would go against everything the UK has come to stand for. It's effectively a communist coup against the bourgeoisie.
casual47
21/8/2018
22:35
The ANC have proven they are willing to change the constitution to satisfy their political aims. What worth is their word? A good few of them are rather keen on nationalizing mines also - it's a slippery slope. The Chinese should be no problem. They run roughshod over their citizens' rights every day. The economy of South Africa is still very much in a perilous state. The ANC after all this time have yet to demonstrate they are capable of good governance and stewardship of the economy, as far as I can see.
casual47
21/8/2018
22:28
ANC tonight said would secure property rights. Hope that's the case. SA does need to remain investable. Chinese are after all investing $10bn in Musina-Makhado SEZ
2bozmo
21/8/2018
22:25
Obviously not you!!
bengal1
21/8/2018
22:24
Legalised theft still theft. Security of property is a cornerstone of investment. Again, who would want to invest in South Africa now?
casual47
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