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Last 1.38 GBp
Change Today +0.05 / 3.77%
Volume 2.4M
PREM On Other Exchanges
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premier african minerals ltd (PREM) Snapshot

Open
1.33 GBp
Previous Close
1.33 GBp
Day High
1.40 GBp
Day Low
1.33 GBp
52 Week High
03/24/15 - 1.68 GBp
52 Week Low
04/14/14 - 0.53 GBp
Market Cap
7.4M
Average Volume 10 Days
7.2M
EPS TTM
-0.0064 GBp
Shares Outstanding
539.4M
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premier african minerals ltd (PREM) Details

Premier African Minerals Limited, a multi-commodity natural resource company, is engaged in the exploration, evaluation, and development of mineral reserves primarily in western and southern Africa. The company explores for a range of multi-commodity projects, including tungsten, gold, clays, phosphate, nickel laterite, lead, zinc, uranium, rare earth elements, fluorspar, and lithium. It primarily focuses on RHA, Zulu, and Katete projects located in Zimbabwe. The company was formerly known as G&B African Resources Limited and changed its name to Premier African Minerals Limited in April 2012. Premier African Minerals Limited was founded in 2007 and is based in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

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Premier African Minerals Limited Appoints Michael Foster as Non-Executive Director

Premier African Minerals Limited announced the appointment of Mr. Michael Foster as Non-Executive Director of the company with immediate effect. He has over 30 years' experience of all aspects of the mining industry, including exploration, mine development, operations and finance in a variety of commodities.

Premier African Minerals Limited Provides an Update on Exploration Activities at Certain of its Projects in Zimbabwe

Premier African Minerals Limited provided an update on exploration activities at certain of its projects in Zimbabwe, namely the RHA Tungsten Project (RHA), the Zulu Lithium, and Tantalum Project (Zulu) and the Globe Graphite Project (Globe). RHA Tungsten Project: Surface trenching totaling 184m of the open pit at RHA was conducted in 2013 primarily to identify lode structures on surface previously identified at depth in drilling campaigns. The lode structures have been identified together with additional extensive vein structures. Despite the fact that tungsten mineralisation at or near surface is usually weathered and depleted, a sampling campaign in November and December 2014 parallel to the strike of the veins and perpendicular to the strike of the host rocks has yielded encouraging results including the high WO3 grade so far of 9% in a 20cm wide vein, with many other veins ranging between 0.50% WO3 and 2.24% WO3, see Table 2. In several cases the adjacent host rocks which occasionally show minor thin quartz veining were also mineralised. The best grade so far reached 0.31% WO3 over 0.70m. All samples were prepared by Peacock & Simpson; Harare (drying, crushing, pulverizing and splitting) and submitted to SGS Minerals Services Pty Ltd, Johannesburg for chemical analysis. Zulu Lithium and Tantalum Project: Recent reconnaissance sampling of the eluvial cover along the 5km long Zulu pegmatite has revealed the presence of discrete tantalite grains in the eluvium along the eastern side of the pegmatite. The maximum grade found in the eluvium so far is 98 ppm Ta2O5. Outcrop samples taken in the extreme south and north of the pegmatite body returned Ta2O5 grades of 297ppm and 280ppm respectively. The Zulu pegmatite is characterised by an extensive 5km long lithium mineralisation consisting of petalite in the south, spodumene in the north and ubiquitous lepidolite, as well as a locally strong tantalum mineralisation. The most eastern parts of the pegmatite could also host a caesium mineralisation in the form of pollucite, a white mineral which is easily overlooked as it strongly resembles quartz. The highest grade encountered so far is 195 ppm Cs2O in an outcrop sample. Pollucite as a source of caesium is mined only in Manitoba, Canada and at the Bikita Mine in Zimbabwe. Globe Graphite Project: Results of a 28m long reconnaissance trench (GLO-TRE 01) excavated and sampled in October 2014 returned encouraging results. Within a 21.4m long section of the trench, four mineralised zones were encountered. The graphitic carbon grades of these zones were 6.40m @ 10.14%, 2.70m @ 7.94 %, 1.50m @ 9.24% and 1.40m @ 8.20%. At Globe the shear zone hosted graphite mineralisation is known over a strike length of at least 450m. It consists of four or more parallel graphite rich zones in gneisses. Multi-element assays were conducted on all trench samples as similar structures on a neighbouring property show a distinctive poly-metallic mineralisation. Over almost the whole length, the trench returned anomalous copper and zinc grades, with maxima of 434 ppm Cu and 428 ppm Zn. It also showed anomalous silver grades with a maximum of 11 ppm and a singular tungsten peak of 137 ppm which would not be expected in this type of geological environment. This anomaly could point to a deeper seated shear zone hosted poly-metallic mineralisation.

Premier African Minerals Limited Presents at 121 Mining Investment Conference, Feb-09-2015 03:30 PM

Premier African Minerals Limited Presents at 121 Mining Investment Conference, Feb-09-2015 03:30 PM. Venue: Cape Town, South Africa.

 

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