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Share Price Information for Premier African Minerals (PREM)


Share Price: 0.09Bid: 0.08Ask: 0.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Premier Afr
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 25.00%Open: 0.09High: 0.09Low: 0.09Yesterday’s Close: 0.09

Premier African Minerals Limited Ord Npv (Di)

Premier African Minerals is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Premier African Minerals is part of the Mining sector

Premier African Minerals Limited was established to acquire and develop mineral properties across Africa, especially in West and Southern Africa and to deliver regional economic development through their investments and work to unlock multi transaction earning potential for their investors, shareholders and stakeholders.





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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 8,038.51m £7.23m 2,000,000

52 Week High 0.28 52 Week High Date 27-JUN-2018
52 Week Low 0.07 52 Week Low Date 18-APR-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 -0.460 -0.20 0.00 0.00


London South East Users info for Premier African Minerals




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-May-19
14:52:41
0.087
699,929
 
0.00
0.00
608.94
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-May-19
14:52:41
0.087
699,929
Sell* 
0.08
0.10
608.94
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-May-19
13:02:01
0.087
583,334
Sell* 
0.08
0.10
507.50
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Premier African Minerals (PREM)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
09-Nov-18Placing
Trade Notifier Information for Premier African Minerals Ltd
George Greville Roach held the position of Chairman and CEO at Premier African Minerals Ltd at the time of this trade.
 George Greville Roach
0.16GBX142,045,456603832589
31-Mar-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Premier African Minerals Ltd
John Ian Stalker held the position of Non-Executive Director at Premier African Minerals Ltd at the time of this trade.
 John Ian Stalker
0.5GBX3,000,00034775116
31-Mar-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Premier African Minerals Ltd
Michael Foster held the position of Non-Executive Director at Premier African Minerals Ltd at the time of this trade.
 Michael Foster
0.5GBX3,000,0008454545
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Smilemore
Posts: 1,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.09
Edit 2 - email 2 with fundings
Today 07:58
Dear Prem BOD,

Whilst we do really appreciate the open communication with shareholders we feel it left a lot of unanswered questions. Blame on the LSE bulletin boards was unfair because shareholders only discuss that in the RNS. We have had poor communications previously and thus opinions are far ranging. Yes there will be those not invested or have hidden agendas but actually the majority just want to work with the BOD to make a difference in order return to a more stable and higher SP.

On that note please can we get some clarification on the following questions:

1) What is the genuine plan for Zulu to get it drilling by month end? It has taken many years and dilution for assets/investments such as Circum and TCT but no real progress at Zulu after the previous drilling. What has taken so long? Why was the KME issue only released late to market through a podcast and then an RNS when this would have been known after the RNS about the KME deal not going ahead? It would be good to get an insight into how we are finally going to get some asset value here. Too long and frustrations on this asset are high. The major concerns are focused on funding. (See below for options). We raised last year for Zulu drilling. Was that used? We raised for HBR due diligence that shareholders had to again pay for. Can that now be used for drilling. As you can see we are frustrated because we have had placings with no or little progress. Please see previous placings RNS' and update us on how all those funds were and will be used.

There have been various suggestions e.g, open offer of shares, Circum sale (this is due to the fact we also bought them in the same way as we would sell them) or wait for Circum IPO if happening very soon. Our worry is that it will take billions of shares to progress Zulu without an SP of 0.4 or more. Please could you advise how you want to get Zulu drilling immediately. It's been too long and the KME transaction has not helped matters when they could have been sorted sooner. We are here to assist and would debate any options you out forward.

2) We would like to know when you expect the RHA board be finilised and a site visit booked? We do not need detail of every meeting just informed of progress often. A probable timetable (yes I know you get chastised for this) would be helpful.

Being upfront with Shareholders regularly will prevent Bulletin Boards from being a place for agenda and influence. It will become and open and honest communication tool to support in key decision making and debating key issues. It is important that we share views from all to allow us to work together to create a company long term shareholders deserve after their patience.

If this could be replied to as soon as possible, that would be appreciated. We would like to thank you again for replying quickly to our previous request and we welcome the future of more open communications with all shareholders.

Regards,

Premier African Shareholders
Moneytolose
Posts: 1,067
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.095
smilemore
Today 07:46
Sorry for the late item how much deferred wages is owed ? key as they will be jumping on any profit to get this
kelladee
Posts: 348
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.095
Communication Progress
Today 07:39
Smilemore - Your work is much appreciated - I hope George will reply
to your recent contribution very soon
K
Smilemore
Posts: 1,281
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.09
RE: Finalised Email 2 - please rec
Today 07:13
Sorry I didn't see there was a contradiction and two questions similar. I'll change see below.

Dear Prem BOD,

Whilst we do really appreciate the open communication with shareholders we feel it left a lot of unanswered questions. Blame on the LSE bulletin boards was unfair because shareholders only discuss that in the RNS. We have had poor communications previously and thus opinions are far ranging. Yes there will be those not invested or have hidden agendas but actually the majority just want to work with the BOD to make a difference in order return to a more stable and higher SP.

On that note please can we get some clarification on the following questions:

1) What is the genuine plan for Zulu to get it drilling by month end? It has taken many years and dilution for assets/investments such as Circum and TCT but no real progress at Zulu after the previous drilling. What has taken so long? Why was the KME issue only released late to market through a podcast and then an RNS when this would have been known after the RNS about the KME deal not going ahead? It would be good to get an insight into how we are finally going to get some asset value here. Too long and frustrations on this asset are high.

There have been various suggestions e.g, open offer of shares, Circum sale (this is due to the fact we also bought them in the same way as we would sell them) or wait for Circum IPO if happening very soon. Our worry is that it will take billions of shares to progress Zulu without an SP of 0.4 or more. Please could you advise how you want to get Zulu drilling immediately. It's been too long and the KME transaction has not helped matters when they could have been sorted sooner. We are here to assist and would debate any options you out forward.

2) We would like to know when you expect the RHA board be finilised and a site visit booked? We do not need detail of every meeting just informed of progress often. A probable timetable (yes I know you get chastised for this) would be helpful.

Being upfront with Shareholders regularly will prevent Bulletin Boards from being a place for agenda and influence. It will become and open and honest communication tool to support in key decision making and debating key issues. It is important that we share views from all to allow us to work together to create a company long term shareholders deserve after their patience.

If this could be replied to as soon as possible, that would be appreciated. We would like to thank you again for replying quickly to our previous request and we welcome the future of more open communications with all shareholders.

Regards,

Premier African Shareholders
glosman
Posts: 1,351
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.09
RE: Circum
Today 07:08
What about the $400k placing, Premier intends to use the proceeds of the Placing to assist with the funding of the ongoing due diligence on the Honey Badger Resources Limited ("HBR") acquisition, deal costs for the HBR and KME Plant (Proprietary) Limited transaction as announced (see RNS dated 14 February 2019) and general working capital necessary for the Group.
the HBR and KME deals did not happen so why cant the funds put aside for those deals be used to start zulu and hope the $6 million comes in soon as i am sure with that and Zulu drilling the share price will be much higher
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