Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mwana Africa LSE:MWA London Ordinary Share GB00B0GN3470 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.85p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:30:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 102.7 10.0 0.2 4.3 11.88

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22/9/2015
20:44
Thanks WS. Interesting article. The mining sector is certainly getting trashed, capitulation can't be far off (Although one final wave down looks likely). Hopefully MWA will be one of the survivors and can benefit from the eventual upturn in commodities.
mreasygoing
22/9/2015
19:43
hTTps://moneymatterstoo.wordpress.com/2015/09/15/chinese-torture/ MrEasy... re your speculation on China... it gets discussed there. Linking UK and Chinese markets will make both more volatile, and that can only lead to consolidation by those with the most. W.
wstirrup
21/9/2015
20:46
China added around 16 tons of gold in August, according to UBS. Gold watchers will be paying attention to see if China continues its recent trend of publishing its gold accumulation on a monthly basis.
mreasygoing
21/9/2015
10:35
WStirrup 19 Sep'15 - 00:53 - 7650 of 7655 GWR, given that I could buy at market below the offer price - NO. I wonder at your reason for ducking the open offer Mr Stirrup. For me, the point is that if you buy through the offer the proceeds go direct to the company, principally for restart of the diamond mine, whereas if you bought through the market (when there was only a small discount) there was no benefit to the company as the proceeds went to the seller of your shares and the middle man. If you're a holder you're shooting yourself in the foot buying from the market instead of the company. Mwana has had a second rate investor base for years. It's understandable given the country of operation and past management. The Chinese are simply filling the gap with help from weak investors.
gwr7
20/9/2015
17:04
Is Digital Currency only, coming to a country near you? And if so? What price Gold and Silver then? Interesting item. hTTps://moneymatterstoo.wordpress.com/2015/09/20/digital-currency-the-last-refuge-of-a-banking-scoundrel/
wstirrup
20/9/2015
09:20
Resolutions 8 and 10 were also proposed last year. Both are typical of small companies. Small PIs can't complain about losing preemption rights if they show such low enthusiasm for taking part in open offers.
mr macgregor
19/9/2015
10:55
As a note, your proxy form/ voting has to be in b 2pm on 25th Sept (next Friday)
redtrend
19/9/2015
10:48
Is anyone going to the AGM in London or read through the special resolutions being proposed? I hope everyone is voting. I will have to by proxy as will not be in London. I'm not too clear on a number of the resolutions: i)Resolution 4: why is Brian Ching Fung Hung (31) being nominated as Director when he appears to have absolutely no mining experience. Is this nepotism or something else? ii) Resolution 8 & 10: Authoriry to allot shares equivalent to 1/3 of current issued capital and disapplication of statutory pre-emption rights - is this standard? Why is this being proposed? How does this resolution impact the pre-emptive rights for existing shareholders, to prevent dilution or exclusion from future allotments? Assume negatively trying to cut through all the legal jargon
redtrend
19/9/2015
09:45
1.05p to buy in the market
juju44
19/9/2015
00:53
GWR, given that I could buy at market below the offer price - NO.
wstirrup
18/9/2015
12:21
underwriters dumping unwanted stock?
taxibabe
18/9/2015
11:09
Are you not taking up your entitlement Mr Stirrup?
gwr7
17/9/2015
20:57
I've decided to take a punt on taking up my entitlement - so here's hoping! Just as well I'm wearing a fez!
fez77
17/9/2015
19:07
Toyed with topping up at the recent low, but no available funds in my account, due to taking some profits off the table on my platinum miner, and withdrawing all my free funds to pay some expenses. They were bought at 1.3p, and went up to 3.7 before selling and the price rallied further to 4.25p (circa) and has now fallen back. (like MWA) The explorer/producer PM space to my mind is at interim lows due to the 4yr downturn in the metals prices, but the fund raising was done according to them, to expand potential - to my mind this means taking advantage of other distressed companies, which may provide additional resources/reserves in the coming months. Doesn't anyone think, that raising some working capital or capital to improve operations, or to buy assets is not a bad idea? I of course remain skeptical about future PM prices in the short term, - some accounts of shortages and premiums rising, but no Force Majeure - (at least that I've seen published) physical replaced for Fiat yet. Though I feel we will see some price rises in the medium term, as the SGE takes over. (Bill Holter talked of some contracts that were made for August delivery, that were "Still on the board" but had disappeared prompting a call to the CFTC to query.... So maybe that is still an ongoing investigation. I'm also not sure base commodities will rise soon either, unless we see improvements in the Chinese and American economies but Dr Yellen, might have different ideas. Still long, though. And at this price tempting. [Edit:] No rate rise either - yet... W.
wstirrup
16/9/2015
16:30
Hi A brief comment concerning the history of another company with a slightly dodgy management. This was Epay Asia EPY. This company had a rights issue at 10c a share which was largely ignored by the PIs, but was underwritten by the Chairman Ceo (Australian listing at this time incidentally). The Chairman had around 35% from memory before the rights issue but 62% after. His little whease was good, a few months later he declared an extraordinary dividend of 9c a share. The company was eventually sold on for 80c a share (if my memory serves me right).
freddie ferret
16/9/2015
13:40
"Mr Mugabe delivered the same speech he gave a month ago during a state of the nation address on Tuesday, with the ruling Zanu-PF clapping at intervals even after his mistake became apparent. " Http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/robert-mugabe-mistakenly-reads-a-month-old-speech-from-start-to-finish-as-he-opens-zimbabwes-parliament-10503031.html On the way out?
skidaddle
15/9/2015
12:48
gfrae sounding increasingly like a barrack room lawyer.
gwr7
15/9/2015
12:14
Dr Scott Morrison (59) Senior Independent Non-Executive Director Scott has a BSc (Geology) and a PhD (Metallurgical Engineering) and over 35 years’ experience in the mining, extractive metallurgy, and manufacturing sectors. Much of his career has involved leadership positions with staff complements of between 50 to 5,000 people. He is currently a board member and retained advisor to the management of Metalor Technologies International SA, a world leader in the refining of precious metals and the manufacture of a variety of value-added products. He served as Chairman of the board between 2013 and 2015 and as CEO from 2004 to 2013. He spent 20 years with SGS SA, the world leader in inspection testing and verification, and has had country and mineral/metals sectoral leadership assignments in the USA, Canada, Peru, Bolivia and Ghana. He has in-depth experience in leading multi-cultural international organisations. hTTp://www.mwanaafrica.com/about-us/directors
jacks13
15/9/2015
12:05
London, 15 September 2015 - Mwana Africa PLC was notified yesterday that Scott Morrison, a Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company, acquired on 9 September 2015, 6,960,000 ordinary shares of 1 pence in the Company at a price of 0.92p per share. Edit: Sorry - I see this is old news.
asmodeus
15/9/2015
11:57
We will,and looks like a bit of share price engineering going on at the moment,as expected.
gfrae
15/9/2015
11:34
Thanks, gfrae, we'll find out during the next 18-months or so.
jacks13
15/9/2015
10:53
No,Jacks,nor have I seen a Dearing,or a new issue which looks like a deliberate plan for certain shareholders to increase their stake at a discount. It could all be a coincidence of course.
gfrae
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