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Kavango Resour. Share Chat (KAV)



Share Price: 3.65Bid: 3.50Ask: 3.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Kavango Resour.
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 8.57%Open: 3.60High: 3.65Low: 3.55Yesterday’s Close: 3.65


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D220
Posts: 1,336
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.60
Patience...
Fri 08:47
Seems to be in short supply with selling at 3.55. In a week or two, the assay results will be back, and if half as good good as expected, a doubling or more is likely IMO.
 
TonyFawcett
Posts: 370
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.95
RE: In
10 Jun '19
The indicators for positive assay results will show through in the share price in the run up to the RNS
Presto113
Posts: 1,234
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.95
RE: In
9 Jun '19
Think we will get an assays update by end of this week and am will be gd to get solid or better results...
TonyFawcett
Posts: 370
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.95
RE: In
9 Jun '19
Let’s hope there is Gold in those Assay results, the price of Gold is about to rocket as the world is on the verge of entering another recession.
TOM-vast
Posts: 242
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Price:4.10
In
7 Jun '19
Took a small position hear with assay result coming in.gla
D220
Posts: 1,336
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Price:3.85
RE: Top Up Time!
7 Jun '19
Yep, and only aweek/ten days to wait if they get them within the predicted timescale!
knokke
Posts: 90
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.85
RE: Top Up Time!
7 Jun '19
"Kavango is obviously waiting with great interest to see what comes out of the assay results. Of particular interest will be values for Rare Earths, gold, uranium, copper and vanadium."

Mike Moles, https://miningmaven.com/blog/879-the-miningmaven-q-a-kavango-resources-chief-geologist-mike-moles-june-2019
D220
Posts: 1,336
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Price:3.85
Top Up Time!
7 Jun '19
Couldn't resist another couple of batches at 3.9 and 3.95. Silly price given the potential IMO.
Remember Mikes Moles' comment re Majors:
"There are a number of people who are watching us very closely. Some of the big companies have been very interested in what we are doing. We are not interested at this stage in doing a deal with a big company because we would not get value for it at this point in time. We need to identify a big deposit first and then I think we would be very keen to talk to some of the bigger companies. At the moment we are talking, we have been talking to some of the big companies who have shown some interest in us but we would prefer at this stage to keep going alone until we make a substantial discovery”.
Teip
Posts: 4
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.15
Ditau core
5 Jun '19
Teip
Posts: 4
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:4.15
RE: RNS Phase 2 AEM survey: data proces..
5 Jun '19
Great results. Seems market is hesitant and waiting for some direction. Material news to get financing to drill these targets. First, let's see the Ditau assays and do the cheap(er) groundwork to define the priority targets while initiating (or extending current) talks with the bigger boys. Again, couldn't have hoped for better results. 21 targets, go get em
knokke
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Price:4.35
Example cross sections (link)
5 Jun '19
knokke
Posts: 90
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Price:4.35
RNS Phase 2 AEM survey: data proces..
5 Jun '19
https://beta.lse.co.uk/rns/kavango-resources-phase-2-aem-survey-data-processing-results--2pgyjkkkeciywm3.html

PHASE 2 AEM SURVEY: DATA PROCESSING RESULTS

Kavango Resources plc (LSE: KAV), the exploration group listed on the Standard List segment of the main market of the London Stock Exchange and targeting the discovery of world class mineral deposits in Botswana, is pleased to announce that processing of the data from Phase 2 of the airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey carried out by SkyTEM over the northern section of the Company's prospecting licences that cover much of the Kalahari Suture Zone (KSZ) structure in southwest Botswana has now been completed.

HIGHLIGHTS:

· The results of the data processing and modelling have shown that SkyTEM's new low frequency AEM system has been able to penetrate to an average depth just under 400m, below the conductive cover of Kalahari sand and Karoo sediments.

· The processing was carried out by the Danish based Aarhus Geophysics Ltd using state of the art 3D modelling software. The geological modelling allows Kavango's technical team to identify lithological units, structures, zones of conductivity and potential ore bodies on a line by line basis.

· Each of the lines flown (500m apart) can be viewed as a vertical section with depth penetration down to nearly 700m in some cases. It also provides for horizontal "slicing" at any depth. This enables Kavango's geologists to move from line to line, at any depth, to view the conductive targets and their associated host lithologies.

· The model identifies a number of conductors closely associated with gabbroic*** intrusives and faults.

· The added depth penetration of the new SkyTEM 12.5Hz system combined with the advanced data processing undertaken by Aarhus Geophysics has produced results greatly superior to those from the Phase 1 AEM survey.

· One of the advantages of the new processing techniques is its ability to discriminate between false (artefact) conductors created by the software and "real" conductors that are generated by the geology.

· To date 45 conductive anomalies have been identified from the Phase 2 survey. Of these, 24 conductors are detected on single flight lines. The remaining conductors are traceable over several lines. The longest conductor is 4.5km long.

· The most compelling conductors will now be surveyed by ground based resistivity techniques (CSAMT**) together with detailed soil geochemistry. The immediate objective is to identify the best 3 or 4 targets for drilling, to be carried out as soon as ground follow up is completed.

Michael Foster, Chief Executive Officer of Kavango Resources, commented:

"The combination of SkyTEM's new high resolution 12.5Hz EM surveying system together with the advanced data processing provided by Aarhus Geophysics represents a major breakthrough in Kavango's exploration for massive sulphide orebodies lying below Kalahari and Karoo co
MakusN
Posts: 177
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:4.35
copied from advfn
4 Jun '19
catsick
4 Jun '19 - 07:39 - 540 of 542

The neodymium present in high concentrations is also similar to Olympic dam where the rare earth elements are also present but in much lower concentrations making them uneconomical to process there, the fact that we could have a higher quality but similar scale Olympic dam on our hands is very intriguing, remember at Olympic Dam they had to drill 10 holes into the orebody before they hit economic grades. Given the cobalt and neodymium present there must be a good chance of Uranium Gold and Silver in economic quantities if not in these cores then some place nearby, cant wait for the assay results.....
TonyFawcett
Posts: 370
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
Roll on :{)
D220
Posts: 1,336
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Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
Agreed, I have pencilled in any time from 17th June. Hopefully well worth the wait!
TheITCrowd
Posts: 188
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
The 20 working days comment was made on the 20th of May, 2 weeks ago. 10 working days have passed since then, so by my reckoning we could get the assay results two weeks today.
D220
Posts: 1,336
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
No Tony, assay results were due "in 20 days" which has been confirmed as business days so 4 weeks from late May
TonyFawcett
Posts: 370
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
I was under the impression the assay results were due anytime shortly, good rise today. I still think this will be a multi bagger this month.
D220
Posts: 1,336
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Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
Looks like some profit taking at the end of the day but I would expect a further rise tomorrow. The story starting to get out now? Possibly even news tomorrow on SKTEM, which might whet appetites further for assays. HUGE potential!
Slong
Posts: 190
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.75
RE: Serious play
3 Jun '19
Its quiet on here given the price action, SKYTEM results are due out very soon, then a few weeks wait for the assay results.
maxarch
Posts: 585
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.15
Serious play
3 Jun '19
Took a small amount here, looks ripe.
D220
Posts: 1,336
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.85
Mining Maven
2 Jun '19
MakusN
Posts: 177
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.90
From advfn
31 May '19
Juniors reap rewards as majors return to greenfields exploration

Stuart McKinnon
The West Australian
Thursday, 30 May 2019

Juniors are reaping the benefits from mining majors rushing back into greenfields exploration as they desperately look for new discoveries to restock their depleting production pipelines, Encounter Resources boss Will Robinson says.
Speaking as part of a panel discussion at a WA Mining Club lunch yesterday, Mr Robinson described the re-emergence of big mining companies in frontier exploration as a transformational event for greenfields explorers.
Many of the big miners have been absent from greenfields exploration in recent years, with a focus on returning cash to shareholders via cost-cutting and optimising existing operations, divesting non-core assets and a preference for brownfields drilling around their own mines.

More recently Rio Tinto, Newmont Goldcorp and Newcrest Mining have been active in greenfields exploration across the Paterson province in the East Pilbara and the Tanami region of the Northern Territory.
Encounter, which moved early to secure big tenement packages in both areas, has benefited via five joint ventures with Newcrest and a partnership with mid-tier miner Independence Group.
Mr Robinson noted similar recent deals between Red Metals and OZ Minerals across tenements in WA and Queensland and Prodigy Gold and Newmont in the Tanami.
“Five years ago, you do an earn-in deal, you might get a certain amount of money spent on the ground and then you (have to) stick your hand in your pocket,” he said.
“Whereas now ... it’s become an industry standard that big companies will have to carry juniors with good projects into production or a long way down the track and I think that’s a great development for the sector.”
Mr Robinson said he expected the new funding model to be embraced more broadly because it benefited juniors and majors.
“From a junior’s perspective, it really enables you to raise your eyes and look for bigger things,” he said.
“If second prize is something that’s not quite the size for a major, it can come back to the junior and be a very nice discovery.”
Mr Robinson, who is former president of the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies, said equity market investors had lost their appetite for funding greenfields exploration, but the big miners were looking to restock their pipelines.
MOD Resources non-executive director Bronwyn Barnes said juniors were comfortable shouldering risk but needed bigger players to stump up dollars to fulfil exploration ambitions.
Mr Robinson described the Paterson and Tanami regions as the two most significant exploration success stories in Australia in the past five to 10 years.
“Not many people talk about the exploration success that Newmont has had at Callie but they’ve been finding millions and millions of high-grade, high-quality ounces there since




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