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@MiningBookGuy Africas property market oversupply plagues commodity-exporting countries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBFmos3iviU+ #Africa #RealEstate #property #oversupply ~AUfrica #CGTNafrica
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@MiningBookGuy Amani reports intercept of 105m at 7.33g/t Au from infill drilling at Kebigada, Giro Gold Project http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170410/pdf/43hdnm85r2yll0.pdf $ANL.AX #gold #DRC #Congo ~AUfrica #index Fantastic infill hole! Wish I didn't sell all my shares. An interesting one to keep following. #ASX-Stocks
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@MiningBookGuy West African delivers more high grade at M1: 3m at 105.41g/t AU from 296.5m http://www.westafricanresources.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/WAF-annc.pdf $WAF $WAF.AX #gold #BurkinaFaso ~AUfrica #index
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@MiningBookGuy Birimian (ASX:BGS) Announcement - High Grade Infill Drilling at the Goulamina Deposit http://birimian.com/pdfs/HighGradeInfillDrillingAtTheGoulaminaDeposit10Apr17.pdf $BGS.AX #lithium #Mali ~AUfrica #ASX-Stocks #index Partial Highlights: Excellent support for previously modelled high-grade lithium mineralisation at Main and West Zones, including  72m @ 1.56 %Li2O from 24m  59m @ 1.74 % Li2O from 4m  63m @ 1.69 % Li2O from 23m  46m @ 1.90 % Li2O from 24m  38m @ 2.08 % Li2O from 55m  27m @ 1.90 % Li2O from 44m  45m @ 1.77 % Li2O from 15m  45m @ 1.77 % Li2O from 15m  53m @ 1.62 % Li2O from 1m
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@drezinho Intercept of the week. Amani reports intercept of 105m at 7.33g/t Au from infill drilling at Kebigada, Giro Gold Project. $anl.ax wowzers! #gold
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@MiningBookGuy RE-POST for additional tagging: Savary Gold Drilling Returns 1.95 G/T Gold Over 14 Metres and 19.91 G/T Gold Over 2 Metres both Approximately 60 Metres from Surface @thenewswire/savary-gold-drilling-returns-195-gt-gold-over-14 $SCA $SWA #gold #BurkinaFaso #drillplays ~AUfrica This is drilling for the 69.5%/30.5% $SCA (Savary) / $SWA (Sarama) #Karankasso JV
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@MiningBookGuy @drezinho - looks like $ANL.AX came down a bit from the highs overnight. I guess I don't regret selling at a higher level, since it's come down a lot the last few months anyway. BUT, these results seem really interesting for sure. I can't remember the last time I saw such a wide intersection of high-grade gold from a junior (IAMGOLD had a great one, but they're not a junior). There are share structure issues. But I'm interested to see the next results for $ANL.AX. ~AUfrica
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@MiningBookGuy Gold booming in Côte d’Ivoire https://www.miningreview.com/magazine_articles/gold-booming-cote-divoire/ #IvoryCoast (h/t @Blitzer2 at SH) ~AUfrica "With a focus on infrastructure and legislation, this West African country is an investor-worthy destination"
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@MiningBookGuy So as @FundamentalAnalysis just mentioned, I DO like what was said in this #EuropeanGoldForum presentation for $TGZ: http://www.europeangoldforum.org/egf17/company-webcast/TGZ:CN/ powerpoint link here: http://wsw.com/webcast/egf17/tgz.to/presentationDownload.pdf There was a surprising amount of focus on #BurkinaFaso. Very good questions that started ~14 minutes in...a lot on #Banfora, #GoldenHill, #Gourma. Note that Richard Young specifically said "Golden Hill is really a gem", and it came up multiple times. Absolutely, there is a direct relation to $SWA here. I highly recommend $TGZ / #BurkinaFaso / $SWA - $SCA interested people watch this, and look for their own clues. Really good stuff! #WestAfrica ~AUfrica
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@MiningBookGuy @Amicus RE: https://ceo.ca/@miningbookguy?0c8dbe7c588b ~AUfrica - thanks for following! i'll send you an invite to post directly in ~AUfrica panel if you ever want to in the future. Feel free to post thoughts or ask any questions related to 'gold in Africa', or just 'Africa' in general :) I've been lazy/inconsistent with posting at CEO.CA in general lately...planning to address that in a new clip I'm working on...be on the lookout for that! ;)
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@Amicus @MiningBookGuy Cool thanks. I'll be posting in the future. 8^D
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@MiningBookGuy Formal Agreements signed for acquisition of VGP http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170413/pdf/43hhlkpgjtq5t6.pdf $MSR.AX #gold #Tanzania #EastAfrica ~AUfrica #Index Great news for $MSR.AX, and positive sign for #Tanzania. I own some shares, may consider buying more after further DD and seeing how this trades over the next few days.
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@Excelsior Just a quick heads up that I posted an update on Australian Uranium miners and many of them have projects operating in #Africa. It was too long to post here in ~AUfrica since most of this panel is more Gold focused, but if anyone is interested they can click on the #Africa room. Ever Upward!
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@MiningBookGuy @Excelsior - great share! There are some names I need to look closer at, like $BOE.AX ...i wish that one was cheaper, because $TGZ is earning-into their #BurkinaFaso #gold properties (including #GoldenHill). I remember looking a while ago and thinking too much money was tied up into the #uranium project you mentioned. It's worth another look. $DYL.AX (with #Namibia ) another one I just can't quite pull the trigger on, but still pretty interested in. Anyway, always appreciate your posts in ~AUfrica, and it would have been fine if you posted directly to the panel...but the way you did it works well too! #Africa a good tag as well :)
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@Amicus @MiningBookGuy wondering why you're not "Pulling the trigger" on $DYL.AX. As a holder myself, I'd really like your opinion on this. Is the Market cap too low for you? Not enough cash? Is it Uranium's spot price?, etc.. ?..
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@MiningBookGuy @Amicus - sorry for the delay getting back to you...haven't had much time to respond, but trying to catch up on things this week! On $DYL.AX - I admit to not doing 'thorough' DD yet. But a main reason for that is that the market cap is actually 'too high' relative to what I see they currently have, and comparing to other companies I own. They're just too 'early-stage' to have a 30M+ AUD market cap IMO. Now of course, people are betting on an A+ team here, and one could easily say there are parallels to early-days for $PDN.AX. But I'm still not 'excited' about #uranium compared to some other commodities. The spot price isn't the issue...it's just that I would need to feel strongly about 2017 being 'the year' that #uranium makes a huge move. I might be wrong. But I'm not convinced on this. For an early-stage company with a market cap this high, it just adds to the reasons I would wait to buy. But on top of all this, there are some #sharestructure issues that I'm aware of, but haven't looked into deeply yet. @teevee brought some up here: https://ceo.ca/dyl.ax?055178d945f4 This can be perfectly fine for people who were able to participate in placements...but that's not me. Anyway, I DO like the story, and I do like it that they're looking to acquire new properties, and recently announced an earn-in with #JOGMEC. And #Namibia is intriguing, being close to where management had previous, huge success. And keep in mind I'm not buying any new #uranium plays right now. But specifically to $DYL.AX, it just doesn't check enough boxes for me to buy right now, but I will follow closely. ~AUfrica
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@MiningBookGuy @Excelsior RE: https://ceo.ca/~aufrica?7d211c0df867 $TGZ - thanks for posting this excellent #SeekingAlpha article from @Jayfire! Since it's already in ~AUfrica, I am compelled to quote/tag the key area that @Jayfire commented on in the middle of his article: --- "In terms of potential new discoveries (with district-scale potential), without a doubt, #GoldenHill is currently the most promising target on Teranga's radar. Golden Hill is located in the prospective #SouthHoundeBelt, which is surrounded by companies and resources such as: #Mana (Semafo; $SMF OTCPK: $SEMFF), #Yaramoko (Roxgold; $ROG OTC: $ROGFF), #Hounde (Endeavour Mining; $EDV OTCQX: $EDVMF), South Hounde (Acacia Mining; $ACA.L), South Hounde and #Karankasso [*and #Bondi ...I added this in!] (Sarama Resources; $SWA OTC: $SRMMF), and #Karankasso (Savary Gold; $SCA OTC: $SVVYF). There is a popular saying, "If you want to find gold, the best place to look for it is in places where others have previously found it." With that said, #GoldenHill is certainly located in the right address for gold prospectivity. Golden Hill was acquired along with #Banfora in the Gryphon Minerals transaction, and it is currently structured as a joint venture partnership with Boss Resouces ( $BOE.AX). Teranga has prioritized 10 targets for more advanced exploration work in 2017." --- Of course, $TGZ has great stuff going on in #Sengal, #IvoryCoast, and other parts of #BurkinaFaso as well. But in terms of near-term excitement, I completely agree with the focus on #GoldenHill as @Jayfire described so well above! ~AUfrica
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@Excelsior I've followed the progress at $PTM for a long time, because their 2 #Platinum #Palladium projects have had such potential, and yet I continually grow more and more disappointed with the management team and dilution machine of this company. It is appalling that every few months they keep raising more funds (due to their lack of mining competencies, setbacks, and incorrect guidance). They've diluted the snot out of their longer term shareholders, and every time you think it is safe to get back in the water they dilute things further. What a bummer.... #Africa ~AUfrica #Index This company is at the make it or break it point and this editorial seems to hit the mark well. ____________________________________________ $PTM $PLG Platinum Group Metals - A Clueless Management Running Out Of Excuses? Apr. 18, 2017 - Fun Trading https://seekingalpha.com/article/4063107-platinum-group-metals-clueless-management-running-excuses?auth_param=c9otd:1cfcjam:c4122c84c31441eafb6605b571cd5344&uprof=45 ______________________________________________ Platinum Group Metals in $20M bought deal financing at $1.30/share Apr. 18, 2017  https://seekingalpha.com/news/3257749-platinum-group-metals-20m-bought-deal-financing-1_30-share Platinum Group Metals Ltd. (PLG) NYSE MKT - > $1.47 -$0.06 (-3.92% loss) At close: 4:01PM EDT > $1.30 -$0.17 (-11.56% loss) After hours: 6:27PM EDT  (matches $1.30/share bought deal now)  
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@MiningBookGuy Positive Drill Results from New Target on 100% Owned Namibian Project http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170419/pdf/43hlktnwrkvwrc.pdf $DYL.AX #uranium #Namibia #Africa #ASX-Stocks ~AUfrica #Index Key Points:  Extensive zone of continuous uranium mineralisation intersected in 60 of the first 72 holes of current drilling campaign  Mineralisation is calcrete associated and hosted in palaeochannels, similar to the Langer Heinrich project located 30km to the north east  Equivalent uranium assays (eU3O8 ppm) expected by end of June quarter ahead of maiden resource for new zone in September quarter
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@MiningBookGuy RE-POST from @londonkiwi with additional tags: Glencore Cobalt Supplies in Congo Face Hold Up Over Mine Row https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-04-18/glencore-cobalt-supplies-in-congo-face-disruption-over-mine-row $GLEN.L #Glencore #cobalt #DRC #Congo #Gecamines ~AUfrica "A dispute between state-owned Gecamines and its joint-venture partner at a Congolese cobalt mine that supplies Glencore Plc threatens to halt the supply of as much as 4 percent of the metal within two months."
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@MiningBookGuy RE-POSTING for proper tagging + comments: Randgold Resources: Kibali heads for full production @marketwired/randgold-resources-kibali-heads-for-full-production $RRS.L #Randgold #Kibali #DRC #Congo ~AUfrica Very impressive mine...but also a very important #DRC #Congo #MiningCode concern. I will copy the full quote at the end of the NR, this is worth monitoring for ~AUfrica followers: [It was a source of concern, however, that the DRC government had once again signalled its intention of reviewing the country's 2002 #miningcode with the clear intention of maximising state revenue, Bristow said. This could have a very negative impact not only on the mining industry but also on the economy. "Now more than ever the #DRC should be focused on retaining its existing investors and attracting new ones. It's certainly not the time to harvest more from less for short term gain. It's my sincere hope that this time round the government will engage the mining sector fully in the proposed review to achieve an outcome that will be in the best interests of the Congolese economy as well as the country's mining sector," he said. "The existing code is in fact a good one but it is not always being applied effectively and there are still many mining operations that do not operate under the code. There are also a number of issues and challenges which mining companies are having to face which make operating in the DRC more challenging. In #Kibali's case, these issues include more than $200 million in unpaid TVA and duty refunds."]
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@MiningBookGuy Botswana Is The Most Attractive Investment Destination In Africa http://venturesafrica.com/botswana-is-the-most-attractive-investment-destination-in-africa/ #Botswana #Africa #AfricaInvestmentIndex #QuantumGlobal #VenturesAfrica ~AUfrica #index "Quantum Global’s independent research arm, Quantum Global Research Lab., has released its latest Africa Investment Index 2016." Here's the top 10 in order: 1. #Botswana 2. #Morocco 3. #Egypt 4. #SouthAfrica 5. #Zambia 6. #IvoryCoast 7. #Algeria 8. #Tanzania 9. #Namibia 10. #BurkinaFaso
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@Excelsior @MiningBookGuy - That list is very surprising with Egypt at #3 SouthAfrica (disaster) at #4 and Tanzania (tax issues) at #8 all ahead of Burkina (one of the more prolific mining regions the last few years) down in #10. Mali and Ghana and Sierra Leone aren't even on there? That list looks a bit wack to me.
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@Goldfinger Agree @Excelsior South Africa at #3 given what's going on there is very weird indeed, Ghana and Burkina I think would be higher.
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@Excelsior @Goldfinger - How anyone could rate SouthAfrica that high with all the labor union BS. repatriation of mines, and conflict is beyond me. I'm surprised they didn't have #4 as the DRC. (lol) Eritrea in #5... Only kidding... I do appreciate the post though @MiningBookGuy and it really makes me want to take a look at #Botswana. Much appreciated.
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@MiningBookGuy @DJS - I just caught this post from you: https://ceo.ca/aufrica?f0dee5c16bab It was in the #AUfrica room, but NOT the ~AUfrica panel (it's confusing!). Thanks for copying the content, and I'll add the link and a bit more: Did Africa's #2 Gold Nation Just Suspend All Mining Projects? http://piercepoints.com/mining-investment-exploration-ghana-license-suspension-small-scale/ #Ghana #gold #Africa #ArtisanalMining @PiercePoints #PiercePoints I still like #Ghana as a jurisdiction, but this obviously isn't good news. Remains to be seen how much it affects 'small scale mines' vs 'all projects', as Dave said here: "But officials did not confirm whether the licensing suspension applies just to small-scale mines, or to all projects. Leaving open the possibility that new projects may be completely off the table for the time being." IF ANYTHING, it's almost surely a boost for #Sudan to climb up to #2 in overall #gold production in #Africa, which most people are still completely unaware of. I will keep pounding home the point that #Sudan is the 'big surprise' of the last few years in the #gold world. I am very biased on this point with $ORG ...but it really is worth mentioning, because they have this great slide in their recent powerpoints that is directly related to 'Africa gold production' rankings: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cfh8fv-Top_Gold_Producing_Africa.png+ This is the type of news that starts to get people to question a long-time, leading #gold nation ( #Ghana ), and quietly builds interest in an emerging one ( #Sudan ).
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@MiningBookGuy Thanks for the comments @Goldfinger @Excelsior! This wasn't a 'mining focused' index. But I do agree with your general comments, not just for this index, but for others I've seen as well. Of course, I have my own biases with these, and I'm especially interested because I keep seeing #Botswana pop-up near the top on pretty much every ranking! It's still generally underappreciated. Oh gotta run! more on this later...
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@MiningCatalyst Seems like the government permits are quite expensive in #Guinea. Especially for juniors
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@MiningBookGuy @MiningCatalyst RE: #Guinea permits - i haven't looked into that. But it's a good point that jurisdictions within #WestAfrica vary greatly in 'costs of doing business'. I don't have hard numbers. But unfortunately, I believe that holding costs are quite high in #Liberia, which is a reason we don't hear much about exploration in that country anymore (which is too bad because it's very prospective!). More companies going into #Guinea, which is a good sign. I don't know how much elections can affect these costs. but #Liberia has an election later this year. Just thinking of those 2 in tandem, since they are both trying to emerge, along with #IvoryCoast (which has it's own issues, but a much wider variety of 'bigger' companies right now, and that's a big positive) ~AUfrica
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@MiningBookGuy $RSG.AX #EuropeanGoldForum: webcast: http://www.europeangoldforum.org/egf17/company-webcast/RSG:AU/ powerpoint: http://wsw.com/webcast/egf17/rsg.ax/presentationDownload.pdf This is a strong presentation from John Welborn, and made me realize that $RSG.AX is a serious player in #WestAfrica, and #Africa overall. They have a mine in #Australia, but #Africa is clearly the focus. #Syama is a really impressive mine in #Mali, and it seems like there's potential to greatly increase mine-life. Importantly, $RSG.AX is a big player in #exploration, with strategic investments in $KGL $MSR.AX $OKU.AX, which are in #DRC ( #Congo ), #Tanzania, and #Mali respectively. See this slide for confirmation of interest: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cfjpbi-Resolute_Exploration.png+ Note that Welborn is asked about $OKU.AX and #Mali at the end of the presentation. He really likes the #Fekola $BTO area, based on his previous experience. If one just focuses on the Canadian Exchanges, it would seem people are mostly ignoring #Mali. But it's clear that $RSG.AX is stealthily trying to get positions in key areas like this (though IMO, $OKU.AX is greatly overvalued as a specific example right now). Anyway, the point is that this is a very informative and well-done presentation. And it's worth following $RSG.AX as an important player (a parallel is $ACA.L, which is also underfollowed simply because it lacks a Canadian listing). Shout-Outs to @Brendan & @Nick who have been following this one for a while! ~AUfrica #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy @Brendan RE: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?9fdc56ad699f - great $RSG.AX summary! I really haven't analyzed the numbers closely on the various mid-tiers (though I know $TGZ better than the others). But I agree with the relative comparisons, and would also kind of put $SMF in the same boat as $RSG.AX in terms of being chosen as a 'premier producer', as you say. I think #Mana for $SMF in #BurkinaFaso and #Syama for $RSG.AX in #Mali are chosen as elite assets, while #Sabodala for $TGZ in #Senegal and #Edikan for $PRU $PRU.AX in #Ghana are the next tier (though isn't it funny how all these 'core' assets are comparable, and each in a different country in #WestAfrica?) Anyway, I would easily bet on $TGZ out of all of these for many of the reasons already discussed. But it's very interesting to compare, and $RSG.AX at least seems aggressive with exploration. I consider $TGZ and $RSG.AX to be the most 'dynamic' of these 4 choices, though $SMF could definitely surprise (they are the most tight-lipped about their plans in general). And as another comparison to your $RSG.AX holding - I sold some $EDV on the way up, and wouldn't buy now. But I will keep holding the rest of my shares, as I think it will continue to receive a premium. ~AUfrica #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy @Boon RE: https://ceo.ca/index?c5e42e7aab2b - glad you caught this article and nice tagging! Definite fit for ~AUfrica and i'll tag #WestAfrica #mbgtrends as well...a lot of people will be interested in the details here Also just sent you an invite to ~AUfrica. this is perfect type of content for this panel if you ever want to post directly :)
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@MiningBookGuy Update on T3 Drilling, IP Results and Regional Program http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170424/pdf/43hpglnpq01gz7.pdf $MOD.AX $MTR.L #Botswana #copper #DrillPlays ~AUfrica #index Lots of info here. I'm disappointed by hole MO-G-66D, which seemed like it was going to have a much wider intersection 'pre-assay' for Zone 2, based on the visual in the previous NR. Everything else in the NR looks interesting so far, reading now..
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@MiningBookGuy Randgold Resources: Randgold seeks to extend Tongon's life @marketwired/randgold-resources-randgold-seeks-to-extend-tongons $RRS.L #Randgold #gold #Tongon #IvoryCoast
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@MiningBookGuy Teranga to build Banfora project in Burkina Faso www.northernminer.com/news/teranga-build-banfora-project-burkina-faso/1003785693/ $TGZ #gold #BurkinaFaso #Senegal #IvoryCoast #WestAfrica #Africa ~AUfrica #NorthernMiner #mbgtrends #index Good updated overview of the company. I like this quote at the end: [Meanwhile, the company is also evaluating M&A opportunities. “There are a number of junior explorers and developers that are looking to determine the best path forward. Because as we stand today, the equity markets are largely closed for the junior explorers and developers. So there may be additional opportunities like the Gryphon transaction … that will help us grow the company in a strong mid-tier West African gold company,” Young reveals.]
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@MiningBookGuy Downgrades to curtail prospects in mining industry http://www.iol.co.za/business-report/economy/downgrades-to-curtail-prospects-in-mining-industry-8791647 "The downgrades of #SouthAfrica’s sovereign rating to sub-investment could see mining companies delay investments in projects owing to, among others, increased borrowing costs, according to a local mining expert." h/t @PiercePoints #SouthAfrica #mining ~AUfrica #index
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@JamesKwantes When I was going through Johannesburg to get to Botswana, the headlines were "No-confidence vote considered" on Zuma. Swedish journalist based in Africa said he will be the subject of 100s of investigations the moment he steps down as president. #Botswana seemed an ocean of stability by comparison!
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@MiningBookGuy @JamesKwantes - thanks for your on #SouthAfrica vs. #Botswana these days! Boots-on-the-ground very helpful, even if Johannesburg was just a quick transit :)
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@MiningBookGuy Interesting ~AUfrica results today from $ALG and $TGZ: #Mauritania @newswire/algold-intercepts-1415-gt-au-over-10-meters-at-tijirits #BurkinaFaso @marketwired/teranga-gold-announces-two-new-gold-discoveries-at Maybe some more that I missed. Anyone, feel free to repost NRs to ~AUfrica or add your own related comments to new NRs any time!
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@MiningBookGuy re-posting $AGG #Mali news as well: @marketwired/african-gold-group-closes-strategic-investment-and $AGG African Gold Group quietly trying to get something going in #Mali. ~Aufrica
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@FundamentalAnalysis @MiningBookGuy Spoke to $AGG team end of last year I believe...unfortunately the common theme based on conversation was not sure about the gold price, which was impacting financing yadayada....Like $KEFI.L (who used same excuse ironically) they cannot close any construction financing because their projects are too small to spend any real time over and too risky given lowish gold prices. Either that or there is a fatal flaw. With $KEFI.L very high variability of grade was one area I spotted in the technical reports despite economics appearing favourable for both projects at current and lower gold prices. If companies like $AVK are slow in moving forwards how does $AGG or $KEFI.L have a chance.....just my 2 cents.
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@MiningBookGuy excellent commentary @FundamentalAnalysis! great to to see the 'process' in your thinking, which I believe is sound :)
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@MiningBookGuy The Anglos Are Coming To Francophone Africa With An Appetite For Investment http://afkinsider.com/138670/the-anglos-are-coming-to-francophone-africa-with-an-appetite-for-investment/ #Senegal #Cameroon #IvoryCoast #DRC ( #Congo ) #Mali #BurkinaFaso #Gabon #FrancophoneAfrica #Africa ~AUfrica This is a really interesting article I forgot to post, from about a month ago. Worth scanning for 'emerging' jurisdictions throughout 'Francophone Africa' (even if this isn't especially focused on mining).
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@Excelsior @MiningBookGuy and @FundamentalAnalysis - I've been eyeballing $ASO $ASO.L Avesoro as a potential turn around story, because I'm not sure how the new team could screw things up much worse. Do you think they have a chance at a reboot with a new start from their shattered status? Also, do you really think that #Liberia is in the same nasty category as the #DRC ? #DisasterComparison on #mbgtrends
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@boon Non-executive Director Gillian Swaby from $DYL.AX and $COI.AX joins $BGS.AX http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20170427/pdf/43hsvzd71gcrbd.pdf
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@MiningBookGuy @Excelsior - I think $ASO $ASO.L has a good chance at a turnaround, both for operations and exploration potential. #Liberia has potential, but near the bottom of my list compared to other jurisdictions in #WestAfrica. Important presidential election in Oct. 2017. This makes for more short-term uncertainty, but could get a lot better longer-term. #Liberia and $ASO $ASO.L specifically still very prospective. but just watching for now. ~AUfrica #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy btw, #GeorgeWeah, former 'World Footballer of the Year', could become president of #Liberia: http://www.africanews.com/2017/01/24/liberia-george-weah-to-lead-opposition-coalition-into-october-2017-elections// I have no idea if this will be good or bad for mining in the country yet. But mining is a key revenue generator for #Liberia, so it matters hugely. And next door in #IvoryCoast, we've got another former superstart in #DidierDrogba with his interest in #Ity, also partially owned by $EDV: http://af.reuters.com/article/idAFL5N1GZ5VS Soccer/Football crossing-over with #mining in #WestAfrica! ~AUfrica #mbgtrends
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@MiningBookGuy @Excelsior @FundamentalAnalysis @Jayfire - great #Africa #WestAfrica chat you're having in #mbgtrends, worthy of ~AUfrica. i'm posting in that panel, with the following link to roughly where the chat begins, if others haven't seen it and want to follow: https://ceo.ca/mbgtrends?72e1111327ad LOL, and you are too kind with $SWA comments! My only concern with $SWA right now is news flow...maybe this complaint is a sign that it's just around the corner. But I really think there should have been 'something' besides $SCA #Karankasso news so far (which is managed by $SCA anyway). I'm sure other $SWA shareholders feel the same way...and this is a general complaint, as I have other holdings with similar issues (I'm looking at you $AQI.AX! even though they did just have a quarterly update last night) #mbgtrends
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