I reiterate my previous comment you are following someone an a different website to ( lse ) who doesn't know the portal was damaged by the earth quake . If you want to discuss Xtract Resources on ( lse ) then fine but don't expect me to click links that follow others .
I'm following no one, if you have the RNS that says what you say, isn't crosstalk? They are two RNS's one from the time and last week that do vastly contradict each other. Unless there is one after that one that says damage was sustained that underlines that, has a very valid point to move with.
your following someone on a different website to ( lse ) that doesn't know the earth quake made the portal unsafe . That is your choice but please don't expect me to cross chat websites to follow the same person . It's up to you if you follow someone I can only wish you best of luck .
Now just look at CB's update last week and tell me that is aligned with that statement. Quick to jump on the guy, however he has posted a very large discrepancy between the two. No crocktube links etc and all in the RNS's your so fond of telling people to read. Surprised you missed it, no actually...I'm not.
Itsaduster speaking of lottery tickets SOLG at 1p now there was one heck of a ticket twice over in the last 3yrs.....and we're off again......both incredible rallies.......wonder if this time around is THE real deal with interested parties crawling over the concession......
interesting question but far to many variables for me to even guess at .
1: is there already a buyer for the Chepica prospect and will we be a Joint Venture partner with the new buyer . Terms of JV since we own the processing plant and a 15% ownership of the license . 2: Are we keeping the Manica license 3: Auroch have been very patient with Xtract Resources hence do we have a Joint Venture with them on the open pit already outlined within the Manica license area. 4: Our Joint Venture with ( MTI ) on the alluvial processing , pro rata split of profits . Is that to be re-negotiated if the Manica license has been withdrawn from sale by Xtract Resources and not forfeited by the initial payment of US$2 million 12th August 2016 deadline being missed by them .
Market Cap is far to complex for me to guess hence hope someone has a go .
are you seriously following someone who doesn't know the portal was made unsafe by the earth quake . Requiring a new portal to be developed through hard rock to protect against further earth quakes disrupting gold bearing ore extraction from the mine . Wasn't a bad thing in hindsight since the new portal enters the mine in Colin mine area where 2.2g of gold per ton is recovered from .
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