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China Africa Resources plc, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the exploration and evaluation of mining assets. The company primarily explores for zinc, lead, silver, and vanadium deposits. It owns 100% interest in the Berg Aukas mine, which is located at Berg Aukas, near Grootfontein, northern Namibia. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in London, United Kingdom. China Africa Resources plc operates as a subsidiary of Jiangsu Eastern China Non-Ferrous Metals Investment Holding Co., Ltd.

8 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/14/14
Founded in 2010

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Shasha Lu Resigns as Director of China Africa Resources plc

China Africa Resources plc announced that Shasha Lu, one of its non-executive directors, has resigned as a director of the company with immediate effect.

China Africa Resources plc Announces Result of Pre Feasibility Study on Berg Aukas

China Africa Resources plc announced the result of the Pre feasibility study (PFS) on Berg Aukas. The PFS has been calculated on the basis of four different processing options. The three major ore bodies are confined to a narrow (<250m wide) NNE-SSW trending corridor on the northern limb of a syncline. They have been shown to extend to the keel of the syncline, around 23 Level (750mbs), but have only been significantly developed to the 19 Level (590mbs). Mineralization is predominantly breccia hosted and intimately related to the extensive cavity system developed from surface to the lowest levels of the mine. Mineralization consists of zinc and lead oxides and sulphides, with minor vanadium rich muds and cavity infill. In April 2013 Coffey Mining Pty Ltd. (Coffey) completed a maiden JORC Mineral Resource Estimate based on the CAR 2012 diamond drilling and historical drilling data (Whittaker, 2013). Mineral Resources are reported inclusive of Ore Reserves. The Zinc equivalent is based on the combined zinc and lead content only at USD 2,000/tonne for both zinc and lead. While silver is not included in the ore reserve estimate due to insufficient data to be estimated in the Mineral Resource, the average Ag grade in the ore reserve blocks is 8.7g/t. This is the reserve conversion of the Coffey Mineral Resource and does not include the material from the historic resource outside the Coffey model. This has been accounted for separately as mineral inventory within the life of mine (LOM). Currently it is envisioned that the mining rate will ramp up to 250,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) hoisted by Year 3 of the operation. This is considered feasible as during the final six months of operation in 1978 the mine was hoisting at an annual rate of 258,000 tpa. After gravity pre-concentration the plant is expected to mill and process approximately 80,000tpa. The average LOM Ore Reserve grades, including dilution and after applying appropriate modifying factors, are expected to be approximately 11.16% Zn, 2.76% Pb, 0.23% V2O5 and 8.7 g/t Ag. Metallurgical testwork was undertaken by Mintek in Johannesburg, under the supervision of Logiman.

China Africa Resources plc Reports Consolidated and Company Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2013

China Africa Resources plc reported consolidated and company earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2013. For the year, on consolidated basis, the company reported operating loss of USD 683,000 against USD 687,000 a year ago. Loss for the year before taxation was USD 689,000 against USD 495,000 a year ago. Loss for the year attributable to the equity holders of the parent was USD 689,000 against USD 495,000 a year ago. Basic and diluted loss per share attributable to the equity holders of the parent was 0.03 cents against 0.02 cents a year ago. Net cash used in operating activities was USD 571,000 against USD 719,000 a year ago. For the year, on company basis, the company reported net cash used in operating activities of USD 992,000 against USD 780,000 a year ago. Loss for the year was USD 242,000 compared to USD 82,000 a year ago.

 

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