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MKA Mkango Resources Ltd

5.70
0.00 (0.00%)
01 Mar 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Mkango Resources Ltd MKA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 5.70 14:00:05
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
5.70 5.25 5.70 5.70 5.70
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Industry Sector
MINING

Mkango Resources MKA Dividends History

No dividends issued between 02 Mar 2014 and 02 Mar 2024

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Posted at 29/2/2024 12:45 by jarega85
Crikey, and to think I didnt cream anything off the top when this was at 36p and over. Where is the bottom!An RNS would be nice MKA
Posted at 24/1/2024 15:56 by lewis winthorpe
Not all buys, the spread reporting for mka is chronic
Posted at 24/1/2024 13:24 by jonboy9
Around half a million buys, not a single sell and the share price has gone down. MKA really is a unique share
Posted at 04/1/2024 09:56 by loafofbread
Mkango put out a tweet, alongside yesterdays news saying the following,

'Cotec to fund 100% of costs for a 50% interest with expected funding of £30M - £50M'

Can anyone explain why this wasn't in the RNS!

Basically the USA operations are worth our market cap alone and then some, without any need of direct funding from MKA.

Pretty sure the price would have gone up if they had got their comms in order.
Posted at 01/1/2024 20:23 by parker2102
ayesha4
I'm as frustrated as you are, and any other LTH, with this delay after delay, but we can do without that kind of language, thank you.

I hope and I'm confident MKA will be a very good year for its shareholders, especially the first half of 2024

GLA
Posted at 13/12/2023 10:55 by barrywhit
Jarega85, Stockwatch.com or Stockhouse.com (Canadian sites), or just add MKA to your ADVFN Monitor page and link on the TSX.V and the USOTC links...I have traded on the TSX for many years...
Posted at 12/12/2023 07:54 by barrywhit
Great News for MKA and CoTec..

Just the start in my opinion...
Posted at 15/11/2023 18:50 by loafofbread
Vols,

Apart from this little £100K!

14 February 2023
MKANGO RESOURCES LTD.
550 Burrard Street
Suite 2900
Vancouver
BC V6C 0A3
Canada
MKANGO ANNOUNCES DIRECTOR DEALING
London / Vancouver: February 14, 2023 - Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) ("Company" or "Mkango") has been informed that William Dawes, CEO of the Company, has purchased 800,000 common shares without par value ("Shares") in the Company, comprising 400,000 Shares at a price of 12.95p per share and 400,000 Shares at a price of 12.75p per share.
Following the purchase of the Shares, William Dawes is the beneficial owner of or directly or indirectly controls a total of 9,521,443 Shares in the Company, which represents 4.42% per cent. of the issued share capital and total voting rights of the Company. William Dawes holds 975,238 Shares in his own name, with 8,546,205 of the Shares controlled through Leo Mining & Exploration Limited, a company in which William Dawes is a Director and owns 17.3% of the issued and outstanding shares.
Posted at 30/11/2022 08:57 by lewis winthorpe
No Concerns - Cotec Funding by 23rd December of £1.5m+Today 08:46Can see some have posted today with little knowledge of the company or the current transactions being discussedFrom the last update with CotecThe parties are currently finalising documentation and, in order to accommodate delayed timelines, CoTec has agreed to advance a further £222,500 (US$250,000) to Mkango by way of a convertible advance note (the "Advance") and Mkango has agreed to extend the exclusivity period to 23rd December 2022Cotec are finalising a 10% position in Maginito aka HyProMag which is due to be closed by 23rd December 2022, once completed MKA will receive £1.5m / $1.8m USD, which as per todays report, showing cash burn of $1m USD per three months, with existing cash would be sufficient until H2 2023 minimumCotec are also providing 'INTERIM FINANCING' to MKA, you can read about it at their latest press release, dated 31/10 where they state 'Mkango Resources Ltd. ("Mkango")CoTec has entered into a non-binding term sheet for an investment in Mkango and provided interim financing to them. Mkango has two main assets - a rare earth development project in Malawi which, according to a feasibility study that Mkango published in August[1], has a post-tax NPV10% of US$559M and more interestingly to CoTec, an interest in a green process utilizing hydrogen to recycle rare earth magnets and extract the rare earth elements from them. During the quarter, a pilot plant was commissioned in the United Kingdom to scale up the technology. In connection with its investment in Mkango, CoTec and Mkango will enter into a co-operation agreement regarding future investment in rare earth processing technologies in the US. CoTec believes that the Mkango recycling technology will align well with the desire of the US to be strategically independent of China' Link belowhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/cotec-holdings-corp-provides-business-214500663.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAANszg5XAenPJH7THH4YBCk7TZzuzJ4h6DVWW-GydqBbU-KKfJ6Ey7s0ZSCa70Yud3rHwytAExjLIDa214RBlPCFZG8nVx3VAkBB3W4bQWMzoB67_2SJaD1xmFqgyu9HNy_kxhfnIosNUwuHoOTmadggKSvTJXtTzNNc_L08yXaR0If you are still worried about the cash position then sell up and move on, my concern at the moment is only the MDA and that is backed by the valuation of HyProMagRisk if Cotec don't provide funding? I would state why are they currently financing us at 27p, they have given us £1.225m to date at 27p (CLN) yet cant finalise the one thing they wanted which is a £1.5m investment in HyProMag, you are talking about the ex CEO of Rio Tinto and Anglo PacificWorst case they dont fund us and we keep the 10% interest in Maginito / HyProMag, and keep the £1.225m at 27p already investedAlternate scenario if they cant pay, they give us another £500K and extend exclusivity a bit further into 2023, but either way we get financing at previous favourable rates
Posted at 11/3/2022 08:01 by lasata
Diversifying The Rare Earth Value Chain For Europe’s Green Transition – Erma Supports Mkango In Development Of Pulawy Separation Plant In Poland
March 11, 2022

London / Vancouver: 11 March, 2022 - Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) (the "Company" or "Mkango") is pleased to note the press release by the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA), reproduced below, and looks forward to working with ERMA as we move the Pulawy separation plant towards development:

Securing critical raw materials for the European market is the main goal of the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA). The current issues with Europe’s dependency on oil and gas clearly show the importance of diversification of value chains across all strategic industries for the production of green energy.

ERMA is pleased to announce that it will support Mkango Resources Ltd. (AIM/TSX-V: MKA) with securing financing for the development of a rare earth separation plant to be located in Puławy, Poland. This plant will be supplied with rare earth carbonate originating from Mkango’s Songwe Hill primary deposit of rare earth elements in Malawi, Africa. The plant will also be able to process other materials supplied by third-party providers thus acting as a future European Hub for rare earth elements separation.

The Puławy project will aid the creation of a secure supply chain option for neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium, and terbium for the European Union. All these rare earth elements are critical in the production of electric vehicles, wind turbines and other clean energy applications that are key to Europe’s Green Agenda.

Dr Massimo Gasparon, ERMA Director, commented: “It is the primary role of ERMA to secure raw materials and raw material supply chains for Europe to support industrial ecosystems and create jobs within the European Union. We cannot do this alone which is why diversifying is so key – this is a multi-national project where we have a Canadian partner, Mkango Resources, accessing critical raw materials in Malawi, Africa, processing them in a plant in Poland, all for the benefit of the European economy. The Puławy project is one of the first ERMA projects to get the greenlight to provide critical raw materials needed to fulfill European goals in the green transition while diversifying the supply chain in the long term.”

William Dawes, CEO of Mkango Resources, commented: “We look forward to supporting our partners in Europe with creating a more diverse raw materials value chain. ERMA’s support has been and continues to be important for us, and we are happy to be part of its vast network of leading companies in the raw materials sector. ERMA’s underlying principles are a great fit with the Mkango’s vision and philosophy for the Puławy separation plant and Songwe Hill deposit in Malawi.”

ERMA fully supports Mkango’s corporate strategy to develop new sustainable primary and secondary sources. Their integrated ‘mine, refine, recycle’ strategy differentiates Mkango from its peers, uniquely positioning the company in the rare earths sector. This week, Mkango announced that the final stage of hydrometallurgical piloting at ANSTO for Mkango’s Songwe Hill Rare Earths Project (“Songwe”;) in Malawi has successfully produced rare earth carbonate grading 55% total rare earth oxides (“TREO”) equivalent, enriched in neodymium and praseodymium (“Nd / Pr”) oxides, which together make up 31% of the TREO within the rare earth carbonate product (i.e., Nd / Pr oxides / TREO = 31%). Neodymium and praseodymium are key components of permanent magnets used in electric vehicles, wind turbines and many electronic devices and prices for Nd / Pr oxides have risen by 85% and 135% respectively over the last 12 months.

This cooperation and support with securing financing is one of the first projects resulting from ERMA’s strategic initiatives securing rare earth elements for European industry. A first action plan entitled “Rare Earth Magnets and Motors: A European Call for Action” was issued in September 2021. This report outlines current and projected European demand for Rare Earth Elements and steps which should be taken to secure their supply. The Puławy project is addressing several critical issues highlighted in the report.

About European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA)

Metals, minerals, and advanced materials are the key enablers for a globally competitive, green, and digital Europe. The European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA) contributes to ensure a reliable, secure, and sustainable access to raw materials. ERMA’s vision is to secure access to critical and strategic raw materials, advanced materials, and processing know-how for EU Industrial Ecosystems. The alliance brings together all relevant stakeholders, including industrial actors along the value chain, Member States and regions, trade unions, civil society, research and technology organizations, investors, and NGOs. ERMA is managed by EIT RawMaterials, a Knowledge and Innovation Community of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of European Union.

About Mkango Resources Limited

Mkango Resources Ltd. (TSX-V/AIM: MKA) is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company listed on the UK and Canadian stock exchanges. The company is developing the Songwe Hill rare earths project in Malawi, with a Feasibility Study nearing completion, and the Pulawy rare earths separation project in Poland, working with Grupa Azoty PULAWY, Poland's leading chemical company and the second largest manufacturer of nitrogen and compound fertilizers in the European Union. Through its 42% strategic interest in HyProMag, Mkango is also developing rare earth magnet recycling projects in the UK and Germany.

For more information, please visit www.mkango.ca

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