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Share Price: 1.675Bid: 1.65Ask: 1.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Min.
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EricDraven
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hornygoatweed
Today 01:30
I knew I'd seen that President Sata somewhere. On the Northern Line night shift. Lol.
 
EricDraven
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ChimeyBleue
Today 01:23
Just jealous of the Cuban heels mate. My Jesus sandals are rubbing like crazy in this current heat.

Good of Harl to post his MA call. To be fair though, the response from MA sounded a bit flippant to me. Yes, of course some of us are worried about approval, because we don't have the exact reasons for the deferral. Stands to reason.

All things point to a favourable outcome, but it would be nice to know the same info that MA has been given, for our added piece of mind. Then the dragging this episode out factor may not appear as sinister.

Regards.
hornygoatweed
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dinner
Fri 23:52
I had dinner with a good friend tonight and her father turned up. I've known him for 20 years and we usually talk about different subject but tonight we talked about Rhodesia. He worked for Rhodesia Settlement Trust 30 years ago as a miner. He said that there were 2 companies mining there at the time, RST and Anglo America and he left when the mines were nationalised. I asked about Kabwe and his words were "there's a lot of lead and silver there". He also said president Sata worked as a train driver on the London Underground before becoming president.
ChimeyBleue
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Cuban heels
Fri 23:37
Now then, now then Mr D......no need to bring the heels into this! More of a stiletto man myself ;-D, so do your wurst!

Determined to get to the AGM this year, either to bury or to praise Ceasar (well, MA at least). Was pondering some sweepstakes nearer the time to provide mild entertainment if people are interested. Too early to start now, but will see if there is any appetite in November.

Interesting to hear of Harl's conversations with MA earlier (thanks for sharing H), little things like that help keep the faith. Just.Need.Confirmation. From.MA.Now!

Cheers Ears
ChimeyBleue
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RE: Next week IMO
Fri 23:23
KlueLoss, if we don't hear anything next weel, it will be very odd given the undertakings in the 1st July RNS (not that we've ever been given the unadulterated truth here though to be honest). Still holding very strong, still very optimistic, still bricking it!
EricDraven
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seismicboy
Fri 22:25
While we wait, I just think it's becoming more and more apparent that us PIs know fook all about pretty much anything to do with the BMR specifics. We only have our trust in MA, because we cannot ascertain precisely what is in the unmined ore bodies, or under the old airstrip, whether the zinc/lead plant is ready to roll at Kabwe, what the current stories are with Chingola, Ndola, Feilong, Hunan, Ascot, the Kabwe Fried Chicken and Chimey's freakin' Cuban heels. All smoke, no fookin'mirrors. Howl.

All aboard the BMR express train to Makeitupaswegoalongville. Smoke 'em if you got 'em.
EricDraven
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harlequin
Fri 22:09
Harl, I may be wrong with some of that information. Just checked further. It seems that the dividends were due to Caledonia's gold project, Blanket, Zimbabwe, whereas the problems were in respect of the company's copper LSMLs, Nama project in Zambia. I am not sure whether the Nama situation remains ongoing. Apologies.
charttopper
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Harlequin
Fri 22:07
Are you in a position to divulge this information you have yet
EricDraven
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harlequin
Fri 21:54
Yeah. It seems that there was a supposed problem with the way in which Caledonia was undertaking certain elements of its business. The Minister of Mines (via ZEMA I guess) was ensuring that Caledonia jumped through hoops in order to retain its LSMLs. Enough said, but Caledonia did then manage to press on, satisfy certain conditions and eventually production was such that the shareholders received numerous dividends.

Not sure if the ZEMA Big Cheese and the Caledonia Chief Exec live together in a sweet little gingerbread house though. Lol.
KlueLoss
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Next week IMO
Fri 21:27
I'm not so sure we will hear anything, fantastic week ahead potentially, for trouble makers IMO. If we do hear something can put everything to bed, one way or another.

However, nothing heard and we have another opportunity for conjecture, misinformation and 'emails/phone calls'.

I've not put a deadline on approval in my mind anymore, if it comes it comes and if not then when we're all screwed.

Reasons to approve outweigh any factors for disapproval and only hope that everyone including the greedy folk still with their heads in trough screaming for more can see that.



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