To meet the share price threshold of at least a US$2 share price and the norm of over US$5 per share, the Zimbabwe-focused gold miner is to consolidate its shares on a 5 for one basis.
Shareholders with very small lots will be offered a cash alternative.
Leigh Wilson, chairman, said: "The company's proposed listing on NYSE MKT is a further step towards the transformation on which the business embarked with the adoption of the investment plan at Blanket mine in October 2014.
"We expect that the increased gold production from the Blanket mine at a lower cost per ounce will result in attractive cash returns for both the company's shareholders and Blanket mine's local partners and stakeholders.
“It is appropriate that the company's shares are listed on a recognised US exchange that potentially offers the liquidity and improved access to institutional and retail investors in the US market which will support the company in its next stage of development."