Don't doubt he is. It gives the local management exposure and there is nowt wrong with building an attraction in one of the most worthy and historic towns in Zambia. Whats the Big Issue? I'll pick one up from my local vendor later. I'm sure that buttering the bread, giving jobs to locals and giving Kabwe a spring clean will all help momentum. We could top the ethical investment criteria. There are a number of funds in that area.
From 20/12/2011 RNS : "Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Ltd ("ZCCM"), the parastatal mining company, produced closure records in which it estimated the total above-ground resources remaining in the three areas concerned to be 98.9 million tonnes of tailings. In aggregate, ZCCM estimated that these tailings contain 1,445,000 tonnes of copper metal. All historic estimates are not JORC compliant and have not been verified at this time and therefore cannot be relied upon for economic assessment purposes."
I vaguely remember we had cornered a total of 43m or 47m of Chingola tailings. 1.445mts of copper would be nearly $10Bn! :-o
Excellent posts thanks. If u improve throughout the day then perhaps u could get up later. It's got to such an extent here that when the expected news comes it'll be a surprise. Museums, ambulances, doubtless brown paper envelopes and still no processing. Chins up chaps, home straight and all that.
Personally I believe this a very laudable project and if it helps return Kabwe / Broken Hill Man feathers in caps go a long way. Just sit back and relax, there is so much mileage in BMR now, its just a matter of letting them get on and grow the business.
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