ADUK thanks for the response, apart from referring to the individual I observed licking his fingers as my acquaintance- only true in the most literal sense, most definitely not in any meaningful way.
At the moment the actual method of transmission, the incubation period of the virus and the viral load needed for differing degrees of infection is still to be confirmed, so yes, it is possible that the SARS-CoV-2 virus gas been in circulation for longer, however, the commonality of the cases/mortality curves worlwide would suggest otherwise.
Perhaps the key dataset presently missing, is the %of asymptomatic cases in the population - something which could manifestly change the current predictive models
Bartle, when you started posting, I may not have agreed with some of your points of view, but at least they were well written and it appeared you could manage a cogent argument - sadly, as time has gone on, that quality has disappeared, become personal and abusive.
If you are having issues with other parts of your life, you have my sympathy, especially in these current difficult times for most, but please either desist for your own good or ask a professional for help
ADUK, that Oxford paper is potentially dangerous (though I fully support them writing it, it's just how it's been publicised rather than peer reviewed), because it would then imply that the incubation period for the virus is far longer than currently thought, which means that for social isolation to have any impact it will go on for far, far longer.
I've already personally witnessed one person behaving in a challenging way because, as he put it 'I'm immune, I caught it in January', then pointedly licked his fingers before paying for something in cash.
The original Ferguson report is well worth everyone read - https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/medicine/sph/ide/gida-fellowships/Imperial-College-COVID19-NPI-modelling-16-03-2020.pdf
Carey Commercial limited, another inactive company according to companies house - though is listed as regulated in Guernsey.
No named parties available.
Transparency??? Nah, gotta play at being Columbo lol
Not trying to piddle on anyone's parade, cos the deal looks astonishingly good, but, every deal has two sides to it - so what's Schumberger's rationale for the deal , what do they get out of it? (And I don't mean the options!)
Echo, imo, the MMs will play with the spread, partly to protect themselves but mainly to try and encourage trades as the volume since the start of March is pretty small (I know, its not normally huge either), so relatively speaking, it's nothing to do with BOD, just the wider general market.
If you thought this was a good 6-24 month opportunity a month ago, it still is now
Hopefully, within market rules, the company will delay positive news as much as legal, until the current whirlwind settled (or it will just get sold into)
So this is who ended up with Pickstone Peerless and Eureka
CROCODILE skin exporter, Padenga Holdings Limited (PHL)’s shareholders on Wednesday approved the decision to acquire 50.1% stake in the renowned mining giant Dallaglio Investments in a move which will give the company controlling stake.
The decision was reached at an Extra Ordinary General meeting held in Harare.
“The 50.1% stake which is worth around USD $20 million, will largely be settled in kind through the delivery of mining equipment of proportional value to Dallaglio,” a statement said.
In an initial circular on the deal, Padenga management board explained that the decision is aimed towards diversifying the company’s exposure away from a sole reliance on the production of crocodile skins and create new avenues to source foreign currency.
“Padenga seeks to reduce this concentration risk through diversification into alternative, export-orientated businesses, and has identified the gold mining sector as attractive from a long-term perspective, particularly in respect of the historic world-wide demand for gold and the capacity for gold mining to produce hard currency which is not readily available in the local Zimbabwean market,” the circular said in part.
Dallaglio was incorporated in Zimbabwe in 2005 in terms of the Companies Act and is in the business of developing and operating large-scale commercial gold mines in Zimbabwe.
The mining company owns Pickstone Peerless Mine near Chegutu and Eureka Mine near Guruve which is currently under development with commissioning targeted for 2020.
The kick-off will be funded by surpluses realised from Pickstone Peerless Gold Mine and while credit facilities that are being mobilised will supplement this source.
According to Dallaglio financial statement for the period ending 2018, Pickstone Peerless Mine recorded an after tax profit of US$2,7 million, a turnover of US$26,7 million and contributed approximately 7% of total gold production by primary producers in Zimbabwe.
The company’s mining assets have a total resource of 1, 6 million ounces.
My staff are fine actually, thanks for asking .
If you're trying to refer to China,then they are currently operating a 14 day quarantine - compared to the lead time of mining equipment in general, two weeks is no big deal.
So your point is?
Eric, being selective with your info I see - what do you think about this curated cut and paste
From the AAL release 'Bruce Cleaver, CEO of De Beers Group, said: "Following an improvement in demand for rough diamonds during the first sales cycle of 2020'
Update from VAST yesterday suggesting that the diamond JV may bet signed off before end of March
Might put James and team under more time pressure, but far better to have another string to BOD's bow being taugtened ready to fire