Premier African Minerals has a diverse portfolio of assets across southern Africa
() lost US$18mln after tax in the six months to June 2019 and closed out the period with US$1.2mln cash in the bank.
During the period work continued on the company’s RHA tungsten project and on the Zulu lithium project, both in Zimbabwe.
Premier African also said that it was encouraged by conditions in Zimbabwe in the post-Mugabe era and urged the new government to meet its commitments, not least to Premier African itself.
Post-period end, chairman Michael Foster resigned, but what was perhaps more noteworthy was that Neil Herbert, a mining entrepreneur with an extremely successful track record, rejoined the board.
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