St Brides Partners Weekly Brief, Saturday 17th July 2021

Although it didn’t come home last weekend and instead went to Rome, the England team were all still winners in our country’s eyes.

Getting us to the furthest stage in a tournament in 55 years is no small feat and to be within a hair’s width of the trophy is an achievement that did not go unnoticed nor uncelebrated. Aside from the sport itself, it brought us a much welcome distraction: to book out the local pubs screening the matches, to have your family and friends over to watch the game together, to proudly put up flags and to draw a red cross on every surface you can find; it gave us a renewed sense of unity by bringing the country together in celebration, something that has been missed during these tough times.

Despite those that continue to try to create divides, it has been eclipsed by people’s retaliation in the face of hatred and ignorance after an outpour of support for Rashford, Saka and Sancho following Sunday, particularly on Marcus Rashford’s mural in Manchester which is no longer vandalized but overwhelmed with positive messages. Whilst this appalling display of racist attacks have no place, the teammates assure that the positive far outweighed the negative and refuse to be phased by abuse – Saka put it quite simply: ‘Love always wins’.

Client News: 

Cora Gold Limited (AIM: CORA) has announced the seventh set of drill results from its largest ever drilling campaign at its Sanankoro Gold Project in Southern Mali.  This 35,000m programme, which has delivered extremely positive results to date, is on track to complete in the near future after which Cora is targeting an updated Mineral Resource Estimate after it has received all of the assay results back. As the programme moves into its final stages, the rigs are returning to Zone A and C for Phase 2 drilling, after having completed Phase 2 drilling at Selin. The area of Zone A and C has returned better-than-expected results and follow-up Phase 2 drilling has already started at Zone A. 

SEED Innovations Limited (AIM:SEED), formerly known as FastForward Innovations Ltd, with a focus on investing within the medical cannabis, health and wellness space, has announced the final results for the year ended 31 March 2021. A number of investments made during the period, and post period, into progressive companies within the health, wellness, and medical cannabis space, including YOOMA Wellness Inc, Little Green Pharma and South West Brands Ltd to name a few. A copy of the Report and Accounts will be available on SEED’s website, www.seedinnovations.co

Oracle Power PLC (AIM:ORCP) provided an update statement from its CEO, Naheed Memon, with respect to developments during Q2 2021, covering the intensified levels of activity at Oracle’s two Western Australian gold projects, and an update on the Thar VI project in Pakistan. Furthermore, Ms Memon will be conducting a shareholder Q&A session on 20 July 2021, details of which will be made available on the Company’s website by close of business on 19 July 2021.

Emmerson Plc (LSE: EML) announced the appointment of Mr. Rupert Joy as a Non-Executive Director.  Mr. Joy is an experienced diplomat and former Ambassador & Head of the EU Delegation to Morocco and has been brought on to further strengthen Emmerson’s national profile and networks as it advances towards the construction of Africa’s first commercial potash mine, its flagship Khemisset Project. In addition, Mr. Edward McDermott, a Non-Executive Director, will be stepping down from the Board.  

In case you missed it… 

CEO and Director of Cora Gold Limited, Bert Monro, spoke about future plans for Sanankoro in a webinar hosted by VOX Markets and Turner Pope.

Bert Monro also caught up with Zak Mir on Traders Café following the best hole drilled in the company’s history at Sanankoro last week.

Bert Monro also interviewed with Share Talk discussing the latest results from Cora’s  Sanankoro drill campaign.

In the news this week… 

Heatwave! Expect highs of 31C this weekend across the UK.

‘Life after Freedom Day’ – see the Telegraph’s guide on how restrictions are lifting on Monday.

Coca-Cola announced it is changing its iconic soda recipe.

Nasa reports the moon’s orbit has had a ‘wobble’, the effects of which will be felt in the 2030s.

France celebrated Bastille Day.

Read Marcus Rashford’s full statement.


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