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Arc Minerals posts profit as focus shifts to Africa

The junior is now concentrating all its attention on the Zamsort copper and Misisi gold deposits in Zambia and the DRC respectively
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Drilling is now underway at Zamsort

Arc Minerals Limited (LON:ARCM) posted a profit in its latest full year, benefiting from its shift of emphasis to Africa.

The junior is now concentrating all its attention on the Zamsort copper and Misisi gold deposits in Zambia and the DRC respectively.

READ: Arc Minerals Ltd sees significant upside at Zambia n copper asset

Total assets increased by 72% to £27.4mln (£15.9mln) in the year to March, while Arc posted a £2mln profit as it booked a £10.5mln gain on the acquisition of 99.4% of Casa Mining, which owns Misisi.

Arc also now owns 66% of Zamsort following a share exchange after the year-end.

The group’s Sturec gold assets in Slovakia have been reclassified as held for sale assets and their carrying value written down by 50% to £6.7mln.

Talks are underway to sell Sturec said Arc, while a non-binding agreement has been reached with AMED Funds for the sale of its interest in Andiamo for US$532,000.

Akyanga, one of the deposits at Misisi, is now of sufficient size to attract a third-party partner believes Arc.

A recent drill campaign doubled the resource to 3 mln ounces of gold at a grade of 2.16 g/t.

Drilling has now shifted to Kalaba at Zamsort.

A demonstration plant is scheduled to be in operation by the end of the year followed by a maiden resource after completion of an 11,000m programme.

 

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