Mkango Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:MKA) is currently a Canadian listed mineral exploration and development company focused on rare earth elements (REE) and associated minerals in the Republic of Malawi. It holds through its wholly owned subsidiary Lancaster Exploration Limited a 100% interest in two exclusive prospecting licenses in southern Malawi.
LSE Share talk have the first exclusive Q&A Pre-IPO interview with Alex Lemon (co-founder, President), Derek Linfield (Non-Executive Chairman) and William Dawes (Chief Executive Officer). Mkango Resources Ltd will list on the Alternative Investment Market 15th June2016 (AIM:MKA)
Creating An Investment Universe
As a private investor, we aren’t unlike the crew of the Starship Enterprise. We are permitted to roam within the investment universe as we seek new gems that we may add to our investment portfolio. Unfortunately, that universe is a vastly big place and we are not naturally gifted at birth with the emotionless logic of Mr Spock that may enable him to find those investment gems more readily than a mere earthling. All too frequently investors latch onto some of the space-junk that drifts in the vacuum of space. Many private investors that journey in the investment universe take a random journey as they bounce from one idea to another, from hot tip to hot tip, from chaotic bulletin board “in the know tart” to the next hot thing suggested by part-time journalists.
Jeremy Martin, CEO of Horizonte Minerals PLC speaks to Share Talk about the Preliminary Environmental Licence (‘LP’), for the mining and beneficiation plant to produce ferronickel, for its Araguaia Nickel Project (‘Araguaia’) by the Brazilian Pará State Environmental Agency (‘SEMAS’).
The granting of the LP is often regarded as the most important licence as it outlines the parameters of the project as agreed upon by all stakeholders and is the only environmental licensing process that requires COEMA approval.
Today we’re going to approach the topic of AIM IHT planning from the bottom up, by looking at asset manager literature and newspaper articles.
Keras Resources Ltd, the Australian gold mining company, is pleased to announce that it has secured an additional deposit under the existing tribute agreement from Paddington Gold Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Norton Gold Fields (‘Norton’) to mine the Royal Standard North lease area (‘Royal Standard”). The Royal Standard North lease area is located in the of the Mount Pleasant region approximately 20km south of the Grants Patch lease area where the Company is currently undertaking mining in the Western Australian goldfields. Ore from Royal Standard will also be processed at Norton’s nearby Paddington processing plant. The preliminary confirmatory drill programme, which was undertaken in May, indicates economic grades and grade continuity. Drill results are included in Table 1 below.