Morning mate, I have just scanned through the posts this morning as have to go out later. Is it the general consensus know that MA has received the official approval letter, or are we still looking at nearer end of month for the official announcement? Cheers
things are certainly looking a lot more positive for the coming week. Is this the week that we have all waited blinking years for to witness ole BMR transformed to a producing and revenue generating entity. Loved frey's post about "finance on a large scale" but was bit shocked about talk about the possibility of calling an EGM. At this stage, that would be mad. Ok some porkies might of been communicated, but there may of been justified reasons for the BOD relaying such info at the time...I don't know. Even though, not a good time to rock the boat, lets just enjoy the ride, its taken a long time to get here. Whatever the BOD have said in the past, they have got us there, particularly a tough Zema approval process. Its a shame Nat and dufc will miss all the action. Now that those with larger holdings have uncovered the truth, the official announcement should be tomorrow yes? Cant see MA keeping this under his hat for any longer considering that it is common knowledge...what's the point. Cant wait to see the RNS, MA has had all weekend to pen it!! Good times ahead at last and about time, well done the long termers for keeping the faith. All the best
Maybe not the best plan I've ever had, given the stage we're at. Hope we get the news we need to set this in motion before the end of the month. If nothing then, will see if there is any appetite dependent on the circumstances.
(Wassatt, you shouldn't have "dared" me, never could resist, hence a number of daft things I have done!)
MA will be leading the chorus, Land of Hope and Glory. He will ultimately take the direction that in his opinion will be the most preferable for BMR. He has a goal. He has singlemindedly driven BMR to where it is today. He has taken the twists and turns to accommodate his vision of a Kabwe under one umbrella. I'm not sure where Chingola, Bwana Makuba etc. fit in but the assets are there to facilitate copper processing. Kabwe is the baby and he has formed a number of relationships along the way to enable delivery. Some have become festering sores, some untenable, some matured to friendship. Who will ultimately become a partner and witness the birth. It may be messy with section and clamps but he will spank the baby's bottom and here the shrill cry of new life. He wants the best for his offspring and he has not been concerned about how he gets it as long as it is right. All the past relationships will no doubt be looking in and hoping for a place at the Christening.
It's only the situation here that make people think of crazy things If MA had been honest all the way nobody would be thinking of taking action, whether it's right or wrong I still believe that we are on a winner here, otherwise my years of wait will not have been worth it.
I cant stand Masoud but not the right time to be talking about this, S/P will slowly come up this week imo as MMs know what's coming, been here for years so we should be excited as we turn a corner not talking about removing BOD, that's see where we are in 2 mths time, think we might all be surprised, atb
I also think it's too late to make waves now at this critical juncture. Let's hope approval brings the kind of exciting news that many have been hinting at, and perhaps more experienced mining hands at the wheel.
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