When Jason came to the London studio back in November 2022 the market Cap was then £2 million, under 2p and he gave a warning to the markets that Marula Mining was making progress.
What no one expect was the rapid progress the company would make in such a short space of time. We spoke to him in January and momentum was gathering for the push into 2023.
Yesterday we had the pleasure to talk to Jason in the London studio, if anything he is pushing on and has high expectations for the company, and shareholder value moving into 2023.
Recently the company announced its intention to seek a listing of Marula’s ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market (“AIM”) (“Listing”), subject to the preparation and acceptance of all the requisite documentation and regulatory approvals.
Here is the format of the interview in no particular order:
- Since we last spoke Marula has completed more deals, can you give us a quick overview?
- Are you going to build – will we see further growth in the portfolio moving forward this year?
- The SP has gone on what, 3/4 bagger since our interview in Nov, you did call it back then, Jason, you must be a happy man.
- With your market cap growing expeditiously, how do you see the momentum of the company over 2023?
- You look at the dual list shortly onto AIM, what is the current situation with the company preparations?
- We have been watching your Twitter feed, a bit cold in old blighty this time of year… 🙂
- A final message to shareholders, three highlights for 2023.
About Marula Mining
Marula Mining (AQSE: MARU) is an African focused battery metals investment and exploration company and has interests in several high value mine projects in Africa; Blesberg Lithium and Tantalum Mine in South Africa, Nkombwa Hill Project in Zambia and Kinusi Copper mine and Bagamoyo Graphite Project in Tanzania. As we advance operations at these battery metals focused projects, Marula will continue to build and expand its interests in other high-quality projects in Africa.
Marula’s strategy is to identify and invest in advanced and high-value mining projects throughout East, Central and Southern Africa that the Directors believe would deliver returns for its shareholders. The Board and management team aims to establish Marula as a socially and environmentally responsible, sustainable, and profitable producer of critical metals and commodities that are of increasingly strategic importance to modern technologies and the global economy.
Marula’s shares are currently traded on the AQUIS Stock Exchange (AQSE), Marula is exploring opportunities to admit its shares to trading on AIM, the market operated by the London Stock Exchange Group plc, and Kenya’s Nairobi Securities Exchange.
For enquiries contact:
|Marula Mining PLC
Chief Executive OfficerFaith Kinyanjui Mumbi
|Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
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