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Sirius Real Estate Ld LSE:SRE London Ordinary Share GG00B1W3VF54 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60p -0.93% 63.90p 64.10p 65.90p 63.90p 63.10p 63.10p 5,003 09:36:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 63.4 78.8 7.8 8.2 653.15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/6/2005
00:50
and 50k and 20k today!
rambutan2
28/6/2005
22:42
someone must have read it and bought the 13k today.
rambutan2
28/6/2005
22:41
FT Africa: Diamonds supplement in today's FT. has an upbeat profile of sre.
rambutan2
24/6/2005
00:03
more joint ventures... http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/20050623170815P663E.html
rambutan2
14/6/2005
16:01
sounds quite promising... SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. - DO-27 Joint Venture in Canada's NWT Returns Encouraging Advanced Exploration Results - 2005 Bulk Sample of DO-27 grades an average of 0.98 carats/tonne - Large high grade central core identified - Core drilling extends depth of kimberlite to over 465 meters - Resource delineation core drilling program to commence in July http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/20050614145139PE8CC.html
rambutan2
31/5/2005
10:59
from a canadian friend... Dryden Wealth Management came out on Friday 27 May and recommended SRE (SDM) as a buy (19pence)after being updated by management since a March equity raising. Refers to SRE as "Aim quoted minnow". States Klipspringer due to come back on stream if currencies remain upbeat, Camafuca dredging looks more likely and production from the alluvials in the Congo could soon be underway. Mentions the cash flow will be used to hunt for a major productive kimberlite discovery in the Congo. Considerable medium term potential. High risk. The analyst has a beneficial interest.
rambutan2
25/5/2005
10:48
from above, of partic note... The Camafuca mine lies in north-west Angola; SouthernEra has an 18% free carried interest with Angolan partners through the joint venture company Sociedade Mineira do Camafuca (SMC). The company is awaiting the Presidential signature on the mining licence. The wait has been a long one (since 2002), but the company has been told in mid-May that it should now only be a matter of days.
rambutan2
25/5/2005
10:42
ce bought a few more yesterday. this from mineweb... SouthernEra Diamonds Inc; South Africa, Angola and elsewhere SouthernEra Diamonds came into being last September when SouthernEra Resources reorganised and split its diamond and platinum operations. The company is listed on Toronto (ticker SDM) with a secondary listing on AIM (ticker SRE) and has a market capitalisation of £19 million. The company has a number of projects in a range of southern African countries as well as Australia and Canada; the primary targets for development are Klipspringer in South Africa and Camafuca in Angola, while the major target for exploration is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. SouthernEra management built the Klipspringer mine (South Africa) in conjunction with De Beers, and achieved a production rate of 30,000 tonnes per month in January 2003, but by the end of that year the strength of the rand forced the mine onto care-and-maintenance. SouthernEra is now looking to bring Klipspringer back in, working off a 2.2 million tonne resource grading 46.5 carats per hundred tonnes at a value of approximately $100 per carat. The Camafuca mine lies in north-west Angola; SouthernEra has an 18% free carried interest with Angolan partners through the joint venture company Sociedade Mineira do Camafuca (SMC). The company is awaiting the Presidential signature on the mining licence. The wait has been a long one (since 2002), but the company has been told in mid-May that it should now only be a matter of days. This will allow the company to proceed to the second stage. This involves the Camafuca-Camazamba pipe, which has so far shown a potential resource of 210 cubic metres at 0.11 carats per cubic metre, giving caratage content of 23.2 million and further development of the operation will depend largely on the success of this stage. In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), SouthernEra has been awarded 41 exploration licences (the maximum is 50 per company and they had applied for all fifty but were behind others in the queue for the nine that they missed). During 2004 SouthernEra flew a 43,000 km line survey over 21 areas in the Kasai provinces and the results have been very encouraging,; 34 high priority deposits have been identified. Elsewhere, on the Tshikapa alluvial diamond field, the diamonds are estimated to have a value of $80 – 85 per carat. While SouthernEra also has prospective projects in Gabon, Canada and Australia, the DRC remains its highest priority. The company notes that DRC has not been explored for fifty years, but nonetheless has historically produced more diamonds than any other country. http://www.mineweb.net/sections/gems/443237.htm
rambutan2
17/5/2005
15:38
1st quarters out today.
rambutan2
14/5/2005
19:01
2005-05-11 10:02 ET - News Release See News Release (C-CDR) Caldera Resources Inc Mr. Chris Reindler of Caldera reports CALDERA JOINT VENTURES TWO EXPLORATION LICENCES WITH WMC RESOURCES LTD IN COLLURABBIE REGION OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA Caldera Resources Inc., together with SouthernEra Diamonds Inc., have entered into a joint venture agreement with WMC Resources Ltd. on two exploration licences which cover an area of 156 square kilometres in the northeastern goldfields of Western Australia. These licences, which are known as the Yelma joint venture, are located 25 kilometres northwest and 50 kilometres north of WMC's Collurabbie project which WMC considers to have potential for a new nickel/platinum province. WMC is currently the subject of a takeover offer by BHP Billiton Limited. This WMC greenfields project covers more than 500 square kilometres of the northern extension of the Archaean Gerry Well greenstone belt. The first deep diamond drill holes in a WMC/Falcon Minerals Ltd. joint venture at the southern end of the Collurabbie project have intersected disseminated and massive sulphide mineralization in an ultramafic unit, containing 1.0 per cent to 3.67 per cent nickel, 0.13 per cent to 3.12 per cent copper and 1.12 grams per tonne to 7.78 g/t total platinum group metals (PGMs). These results which have been reported by Falcon Minerals Ltd., represent nine intersections from seven diamond drill holes, and two reverse circulation drill holes. They include a downhole length (downhole length; true width is approximately 75 per cent of the quoted downhole length) of 12.86 metres from 131.65 metres which assayed at 1.33 per cent nickel, 0.95 per cent copper and 2.55 grams per tonne total PGMs. These drilling results were reported by Falcon Minerals Ltd. to the Australian Stock Exchange on Aug. 17, 2004, Nov. 10, 2004, and Dec. 3, 2004. The Yelma JV partners consider the exploration licence which is located 15 kilometres west of WMC's Collurabbie tenements, and 25 kilometres northwest of the WMC/Falcon ground, to have potential to host ultramafic units and possible sulphide mineralization. The 400-metre line-spaced aeromagnetic data for this exploration licence area suggest that the potential zone of ultramafic lithologies has a strike length of up to 20 kilometres. Caldera and SouthernEra Diamonds applied for the two exploration licences based on regional airborne magnetic data which suggest that the ground covered by the exploration licences had potential for kimberlite pipes. A limited loam sampling program which was completed by Caldera and SouthernEra at the exploration licence located 25 kilometres northwest of WMC's Collurabbie project has produced chrome spinels. Scanning electron microprobe analysis of these chrome spinels at CSIRO in Perth suggests an ultrabasic source other than kimberlite. The loam samples were processed by Diatech and Western Geolab, both of Perth, Western Australia. A petrological examination of four rock samples collected during 2002 from the exploration licence 50 kilometres north of the WMC/Falcon ground, has identified them as being possible silicified and ferruginised ultrabasic cap rocks which may have been serpentinized ultrabasic rocks. The petrology was completed by Mintek Services of Sydney during 2002. Under the terms of the agreement, WMC will have a two-month evaluation period, after which it may withdraw or elect to earn a 75-per-cent interest in the licences by expenditure of $500,000 (Australian) over a three-year period. The interest held by Caldera and SouthernEra would then be deemed to be 12.25 per cent and 12.75 per cent respectively. Having earned a 75-per-cent interest, Caldera's equity, would be free carried in the project to the point of decision to commence mining operations. At the decision to commence mining operations, Caldera may elect to share costs of future development expenditure or convert the equity to a royalty of 0.5 per cent on all recoverable metals derived from the project. Caldera is very pleased to be associated with WMC in the greater Collurabbie project which is rapidly developing into a very exciting Cu-Ni-PGE discovery with considerable potential. Martin Jackson, a member of the AusIMM, is the qualified person responsible for the technical information in this news release. This agreement is subject to approval by the Toronto Stock Exchange.
rambutan2
14/5/2005
19:01
SouthernEra et al. plot a return to Back 2005-04-21 13:48 ET - Street Wire Also Street Wire (C-IAX) Island Arc Exploration Corp Also Street Wire (C-KLA) Kalahari Resources Inc by Will Purcell Hope springs eternal for SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. and its Back Lake partners, Kalahari Resources Inc. and Island Arc Exploration Corp. SouthernEra scooped up some new indicator minerals on the old play again this year. The grains offer added encouragement that two big mineral trains will lead to a diamond deposit that has eluded the three companies for a decade. The Back Lake hunt began in the mid-1990s, but kimberlite pipes have been rare in the area surrounding MacKay Lake and Back Lake. Nevertheless, there have been many indicator mineral anomalies identified in the district, most with promotable geochemistry. As a result, SouthernEra seems likely to try to continue the hunt for a kimberlite source for the two indicator swaths. The trains SouthernEra and its partners began tracking the North Margaret Lake and South One mineral anomalies in the late 1990s, and the three companies delineated the two trains by 2002. Each year the companies seemed on the verge of finding a kimberlite source for the features, but later drill programs were disappointing. Several rounds of till sampling show the North Margaret Lake swath to be about seven kilometres long and about 300 metres wide. Airborne geophysics covering the head region of the mineral train produced several potential kimberlite targets. After a round of ground geophysics, SouthernEra drilled a few features early in 2003. None of the anomalies offered a hint of kimberlite. The Back Lake partners renewed their effort that summer. SouthernEra collected more till samples, and several of the tests delivered new mineral grains. That seemed to narrow down the potential head of North Margaret further, and the partners tried again last year. Ground geophysics covered several more potential targets and that led to another drill program last summer. Once again, none of the tests encountered kimberlite. The story was similar with the South One train, which is about 1,500 metres to the south of the North Margaret Lake feature. SouthernEra tracked the 250-metre-wide swath for about four kilometres in the down-ice direction by the summer of 2002 and some intriguing geophysical anomalies were checked out the following spring and put to the test. The story was no better on the southern train, as no kimberlite turned up. More sampling and ground geophysics followed in the summer of 2003 and SouthernEra mounted a new drill program last year. The outcome was another now familiar disappointment. The balance of the article is on stockwatch at http://new.stockwatch.com/swnet/newsit/newsit_newsit.aspx?bid=B-440297-C:SDM&symbol=SDM&news_region=C
rambutan2
06/5/2005
19:49
it seems that the top framlington manager was a taker of the aim placing... Despite his increased caution Whiteoak says there are still plenty of undervalued companies with good growth prospects available. Among new holdings he has added to recently are resource and mining stocks Alexander Mining, Faroe Petroleum, Hambledon Mining, Southern Era Diamonds and IT stocks Leadcom Integrated Solutions, FDM Group and KBC. 'We suspect the small cap area will again benefit from good corporate news and corporate activity towards the end of April and May, with a likely weak or subdued summer,' he adds.
rambutan2
03/5/2005
14:11
SouthernEra Closes $C690,000 Private Placement Shares Issued and Outstanding: 102,066,601 TSX: SDM; AIM: SRE TORONTO, April 29 /CNW/ - SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. (the 'Company') (TSX: SDM, AIM: SRE) announced today the closing of a non-brokered private placement to the Company's directors, officers and insiders. The financing included 1,500,000 units, comprised of one common share and one half common share purchase warrant of the Company at a price of C$0.46 per unit. The warrants will have a term of two years and an exercise price of C$0.69. The common shares and underlying common shares to the warrants will be subject to a four month hold period. The proceeds from the private placement will be used to support the Company's African exploration program.
rambutan2
29/4/2005
12:42
they are operating in our neck of the woods in drc so worth seeing what they coming up with... GRAVITY DIAMONDS LIMITED (ASX & AIM : GRN) 29 APRIL, 2005 Appendix 5B Mining Exploration Entity Quarterly Report for the period ended 31 March 2005 This document is attached as a PDF. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/7051l_-2005-4-29.pdf
rambutan2
21/4/2005
00:55
from the stockhouse thread... Kalahari operator finds "probable" KIMs at Back Lake 2005-04-18 13:10 ET - News Release See News Release (C-KLA) Kalahari Resources Inc Mr. Albert Applegath of Kalahari reports BACK LAKE PROJECT N.W.T., CANADA : UPDATE; SOUTHERNERA DIAMONDS INC: 60.4%; KALAHARI RESOURCES INC: 26.82%; ISLAND ARC EXPLORATION CORP: 12.78% Kalahari Resources Inc. has received the following update from SouthernEra Diamonds Inc., operator of the Back Lake project. At the Back Lake project, the diamond program remains focused on discovering the kimberlite body sources to the North Margaret Lake and South One kimberlitic indicator mineral trains. The North Margaret Lake indicator train is up to 300 metres wide and seven kilometres long, with individual till samples returning up to 159 kimberlitic indicators. The South One train is approximately 250 metres wide and four kilometres long. In order to discover the kimberlite sources to the two indicator trains, exploration during 2004 focused on narrowing down the kimberlite pipe source areas using detailed grid and infill till sampling. Three grid areas were selected for further sampling, and in July/August, 2004, a total of 202 till samples was collected. Samples were taken along grid lines and spaced every 100 metres where permitted. In mid-March, the visual kimberlitic indicator mineral (KIM) picking results of the 2004 till sampling program were received. From the 202 till samples taken, a total of 209 kimberlitic indicator minerals have been visually identified as probable KIMs and comprise 32 pyrope garnets, 132 ilmenites, eight chromites and four chrome-diopsides. The results by individual grid are as follows: grid BL04-04: 28 ilmenites and five chrome diopsides; grid BL04-22: no KIMs recovered; and grid ML04-01: 32 pyropes, 132 ilmenites, eight chromites and chrome diopsides. Microprobe confirmation of the visual picking results is anticipated toward the end of April. Uwe Naeher, PGeo, is the qualified person for the Back Lake project and is the author of the National Instrument 43-101 Back Lake assessment report dated Sept. 24, 2004. We seek Safe Harbor.
rambutan2
06/4/2005
17:22
new presentation - must be the one given to euro investors who took the aim placing. does make tempting reading... http://www.southernera.com/pdfs/WebShow_200503.pdf
rambutan2
04/4/2005
16:42
hello big black dog, missed your very welcome april fools post. i did some travelling in central/northern sumatra a decade ago and enjoyed a few rambutans there. and it looks like the saying might have some truth in it. would you have any suggestions as to why? regards rambutan
rambutan2
01/4/2005
19:08
hmmm, they are in a bit of a pickle on the financing side. and could well be some more dilution coming. they need to sort the tax sit in sa on good terms. and theyve really got to get some value out of one or more of their many projects. sre is certainly a high risk high reward play. imho. and down 10% in canada at mo. which not really surprising.
rambutan2
01/4/2005
19:00
There is a saying in Indonesia that when the Rambutans come down the sarongs go up. And the price has come off the bottom.
big black dog
01/4/2005
18:56
for the lazy, the management discussion... http://www.southernera.com/pdfs/SDM2004mda.pdf and the facts and figs and bits... http://www.southernera.com/pdfs/SDM2004fs.pdf
rambutan2
01/4/2005
18:45
well, predictably a bit horrible-looking. but its the next 12mths on which they will be judged. note that now 100.5m shares around, making mkt cap as of today approx £25m... SouthernEra Diamonds 2004 Year-End Results (All amounts are in United States dollars unless otherwise noted) Shares Issued and Outstanding: 100,566,601 TSX: SDM AIM: SRE TORONTO, April 1 /CNW/ - The Board of Directors of SouthernEra Diamonds Inc. ('SouthernEra') (the 'Company') (TSX: SDM, AIM: SRE) today reported on the Company's 2004 year-end results. http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/20050401153617P0029.html
rambutan2
30/3/2005
18:54
currently trading up 3.5% in canada at 57-59c ie 25.8p to buy on 125k volume. so we were just catching up with canada today.
rambutan2
30/3/2005
17:52
heres the comfirmation of the new aim shares... SOUTHERNERA DIAMONDS INC 13,888,900 Common Shares of No Par Value (3-191-417)(CA84415N1024)fully paid http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200503300800022961K.html
rambutan2
30/3/2005
17:21
hmmm... Angola to double diamond production in 2006 afrol News, 14 March - Angola's national diamond company Endiama has announced that it expects to double its production capacity in 2006. Endiama's current capacity is about 6 million carats of diamonds per year. If the state company reaches its target, Angola will surpass South Africa and become Africa's third largest diamond producer, after Botswana and Congo Kinshasa (DRC). The industry however still faces many problems. According to information released by the Angolan government's Agência Nacional para o Investimento Privado (ANIP), the national diamond mining sector is experiencing a boom-like revival. During the last decade, diamond production has been around 3 to 5 million carats annually, recovering to an estimated 6.5 million carats currently, following the end of the civil war. Angola's diamond production is mostly controlled by the state-owned Empresa Nacional de Diamantes de Angola (Endiama). Endiama's current capacity is about 6 million carats of diamonds per year, but the company has now announced plans to double its production capacity during the next year. By end-2006, Endiama thus plans to produce 12 million carats annually. The production increase was due to the start-up of the parastatal's new exploration and production arm (Endiama-EP) and expected new production from six diamond projects coming on line. In the Camanjanja area of Lunda-Norte province, Endiama-EP will begin mining diamonds independent of any other company. This will be the first time the company has operated independently. Endiama-EP expects to produce around 7,000 carats of diamonds per year from this project alone, according to ANIP. Endiama further plans to use the additional revenue to build a new diamond cutting plant and improve local infrastructure in areas where it is operating. The production increase announced by Endiama would significantly increase Angola's share of the world's diamond trade. Measured in carats, Angola in 2003 was the world's seventh largest producer and measured in value, the country came fifth world-wide. Australia produced most diamonds counted in carats in 2003, while Botswana by far was the world's greatest producer in value. If Endiama's plans are realised, Angola's annual diamond production in 2007 may reach around 13 million carats annually, worth an estimated US$ 2.2 billion, if the same quality is maintained. Angola's diamond production could thus surpass those of Canada and South Africa, making the country the world's fifth largest producer. In Africa, only Botswana and Congo Kinshasa (DRC) would then be producing more diamonds. Angola's diamond industry for a long time was bad reputed due to the gems' fuelling of the country's bloody civil war. Most operational diamond mines were under control of the UNITA rebels during the civil war. The Angolan government now claims to have cleaned up the sector, following guidelines by the international Kimberly Process. A recent report by Angola's prominent journalist and civil rights campaigner Rafael Marques however claims that the national diamond industry still is beset by "murders, beatings, arbitrary detentions and other human rights violations." The report, 'Angola's Deadly Diamonds', called on the international community to boycott Angolan gems as diamond mining in the country was "based on the systematic violation of human rights," thus making them "conflict diamonds". Also the Angolan government agree that all is not well in the sector. Officials assume that the state is losing as much as US$ 375 million in revenue every year because of diamond smuggling. In December 2003, the government launched 'Operation Brilliant', a plan to arrest and expel those found illegally mining the gems. So far more than 250,000 miners and smugglers have been deported from Angola, according to the UN. also... http://www.afrol.com/articles/15352
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