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12-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that its monthly Q-A session for investors, hosted by Vox markets, will be released today, 12 October 2017.



Investors who wish to take part in the sessions can send their questions to investors@kibomining.com and register with Vox Markets at www.voxmarkets.co.uk.



Vox Markets is an award-winning service that provides the sophisticated investment community with aggregated information from a variety of sources. To learn the latest on Kibo follow 'KIBO' at www.voxmarkets.co.uk/company/KIBO to receive push notifications when Kibo features in the press, releases an RNS or features on a podcast interview.
28-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the ?company?), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that all subscribers (?Subscribers?) to the convertible loan notes (the ?Notes?) that it issued on the 27 September 2017 (refer RNS of 27 September 2017) have elected to convert the Notes to Kibo shares under the terms of the Notes (?the Conversion Shares?). The Notes were converted at a Kibo share price of ?0.05, which was calculated in accordance with the Note Term Sheet.



A total of 31 000 000 new Ordinary Kibo Shares of EUR0.015 par value will be issued today, 28 September 2017, with the allocation to each Subscriber detailed in the relevant SENS note.



The shareholding of Sanderson Capital Partners will increase to 26 797 664 Ordinary Kibo Shares, for an interest of 6.78%.



Application will be made for the admission to trading on AIM and the JSE for the Conversion Shares and is expected to occur on or about 4 October 2017.



Following the issues of the 31 000 000 Conversion Shares detailed above, the company will have 395 254 364 shares in issue.
27-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
26-Sep-2017
(C)
Revenue for the interim period lowered to GBP1 001 (GBP4 184). Operating loss widened to GBP2.4 million (loss of GBP2.3 million). Loss for the period attributable to owners improved to GBP1.9 million (GBP2.3 million). In addition, headline loss per share came to GBP0.5 pence per share (loss of GBP0.7 pence per share).



Dividend

No dividends were declared during the interim period.
18-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announces that it has made considerable progress in both securing project financing and progressing the Power Purchase Agreement (?PPA?) with Tanzania?s sole energy provider, Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd. (?TANESCO?) in relation to its advanced Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?).



The MCPP is the Company?s flagship asset, which entails the development of the Mbeya Coal Mine, a 1.5Mtpa operation, based on a defined 120.8Mt coal Mineral Resource, and the Mbeya Power Plant, a 300MW mine-mouth power station. The MCPP is being advanced to capitalise on the acute energy deficit in Tanzania and the wider East African region and has received strong support from both the Government and international corporates. The Company has received formal Letters of Intent from multiple international EPC/ power developers and financing conglomerates keen to provide full project level equity funding for the MCPP. Accordingly, advanced negotiations with all potential project level investors to determine the optimal partner(s) are currently underway.



Additionally, the Company?s Memorandum of Understanding (?MOU?), as a precursor to the final PPA with TANESCO, has passed all the relevant legislative stages and is waiting for final confirmation from the Attorney General. The Company anticipates updating shareholders further on progress in this respect in the near future. The MOU, once signed, will provide a fixed framework within which the fundamental commercial and technical components of the PPA will be negotiated and agreed.

12-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that its monthly Q-A session for investors, hosted by Vox markets, will be released on 12 Sepetmber 2017.
08-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced the Company has won the Innovative Project Development Deal of the Year 2017 at the General Electric awards held in New York USA, on 7 September 2017.
05-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that it has appointed St Brides Partners Ltd as its investor and media relations representative.

29-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that the company has over the past week concluded the final bid clarification with regard to the construction of the transmission line that will evacuate power from the Mbeya Power Plant in the Songwe District to the TANESCO Mbeya sub-station.



The Engineering, Procurement and Construction (?EPC?) (Power) contractual work was divided into two lots, i.e. Lot 1, the Power Station EPC contract, and Lot 2, the Power Line Construction EPC contract. Lot 1 was awarded conditionally to SEPCO III during December 2016 with Lot 2 to be finalised subject to concluding a comprehensive line study. Following completion of various technical studies related to the transmission line, most notably an in?country line reconnaissance and survey by a combined Tractebel Engineering and SEPCO III team, a final bid was prepared and submitted to the company by SEPCO III. Kibo Mining and Tractebel Engineering conducted and concluded a clarification workshop regarding the aforementioned final bid with the SEPCO III technical team on 21 and 22 August 2017 in Beijing, China. The purpose of the clarification workshop was to finalise the technical component of the Power Line Construction EPC contract which is to be awarded to SEPCO III as an integral part of the Power Station EPC contract, subject to final technical, financial and operational benchmarking that will be conducted by Tractebel Engineering over the course of the next month.
22-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided the following update following the Company?s RNS dated 26 July 2017:

? An updated MOU, in reply to an official instruction by the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals (?MEM?), to the Company and TANESCO to prepare a final Memorandum of Understanding that will govern the further development of the MCPP in general and the Power Purchase Agreement (?PPA?) in particular, has been duly submitted as instructed. A version of the MOU approved for execution is expected shortly, subject to any further request(s) for clarification that may be received;

? The Company has progressed discussions with various internationally recognized infrastructure investors that had formally expressed interest in an equity investment in the MCPP. Formal negotiations with these groups will be undertaken over the coming weeks, with the objective of working towards finalizing a comprehensive funding arrangement that will satisfy the MCPP equity funding requirement; and

? The Company did not receive any further clarification requests from the Tanzania National Environmental Management Council (?NEMC?) over the past weeks with regard to the MCPP Environmental - Social Impact Assessment (?ESIA?) and final certification is expected shortly
26-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that, following recent announcements, the Company has during the past week concluded a very successful second round of follow-up meetings with Government departments and other Tanzanian stakeholders regarding the further development of the MCPP.



Whilst completion of the Mbeya Coal special mining right application remains on course, as does the environmental certification of the Mbeya Coal Mine and Mbeya Power Plant, the following significant milestones were also achieved during the past week:

* Official instruction by the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals ("MEM"), to the Company and TANESCO, to prepare a final Memorandum of Understanding that will govern the further development of the MCPP in general and the Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") in particular. The latter is to be submitted to the Attorney General for review within the next ten days, with the Company anticipating receipt of approval sometime thereafter in the absence of any feedback to the contrary;

* On the back of the latest progress made in the further development of the MCPP, several formal expressions of interest were received from internationally recognized infrastructure investors, expressing interest in making equity investments in the MCPP.



Further high level workshops and meetings will take place over the course of next month as part of the ongoing priority development schedule for the MCPP and the Company looks forward to updating shareholders in due course.
14-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that, following a week of follow-up meetings with Government departments and other Tanzanian stakeholders regarding the further development of the MCPP, there is no identified adverse impact on the further development of the MCPP as a result of recent changes in the legislative environment. Further, on the basis of these discussions the company does not anticipate any future adverse impact on the development of the MCPP, however the company will be diligently reviewing its position on this matter going forward.



Kibo reiterates that the completion of the Mbeya Coal special mining right application remains on schedule as does the environmental certification of the Mbeya Coal Mine and Mbeya Power Plant.



Further high level workshops and meetings will take place in the course of next week as part of the recently announced priority development schedule for the MCPP and the company looks forward to updating shareholders in due course.
10-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc advises that its new registered address is 17 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, D02 AT22 with effect from the 10th July 2017. Please note that the address change follows a change in the name and address of its Irish solicitors, McEvoy Partners, 27 Hatch Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland, to OBH Partners, 17 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, Ireland, D02 AT22.

04-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc notes the submission of proposed legislation to the Tanzanian Parliament which recommends material changes to the legal framework concerning the natural resources sector in Tanzania.



Kibo is currently reviewing the proposed legislation and will continue to monitor the situation closely. The Company will provide an update to the market when appropriate.

30-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Annual General Meeting of Kibo Mining plc (?Kibo?) held today, 30 June 2017, was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 6.53 % of the shares in Kibo (364 254 364 issued and outstanding).



All the resolutions proposed were approved and they will be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).



Updates on the company?s activities are regularly posted on its website www.kibomining.com
23-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc confirms that it will be presenting at the One2One Investors Forum held at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel, 35 Charles Street, Mayfair, W1J 5EB, on Thursday, 29th June 2017.



The event starts at 6:00pm, with the Company presenting from 7:00pm ? 7:30pm.



The Company?s latest updated corporate presentation can now also be viewed at www.kibomining.com

14-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that a series of meetings, held with the key Tanzanian stakeholders in the MCPP resulted in significant progress for the further development of the Project. The recent request for an expedited development of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") was followed by active interaction between all stakeholders in the MCPP, which culminated in a series of progress meetings held on the 12th and 13th June 2017. The following key points emanated from said meetings:

1. A clear agenda and associated schedule has been agreed with relevant Government stakeholders to work on those specific development aspects of the MCPP that are dependent on negotiating, agreeing and concluding agreements / approvals with the Tanzanian Government;

2. The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ("ESIA") submissions for the Mbeya coal mine and Mbeya Power station have been duly processed for certification, pending a final review and verification of recommendations, with the final review in an advanced stage of completion;

3. The special mining licence ("SML") application for the Mbeya coal mine has been processed in its entirety and is now awaiting final approval, pending environmental certification;

4. Engagement with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals ("MEM") on the latest developments in relation to possible further changes in mining policies and the Mining Act has reconfirmed that the Company's operations are not affected by the current debate on mining policies and the Mining Act.
08-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces that its full audited financial results for the year ended 31 December 2016 and Notice of Annual General Meeting are now available on its website as part of its 2016 annual report and can be accessed on the following link Kibo Mining annual report 2016. Individual Forms of Proxy for this year's annual general meeting are being posted (e-mailed where requested) to all shareholders today, and those shareholders who have requested hard copy documentation or for which no email addresses are available will receive the annual report (which contains the Notice of AGM) in the post. The company's 2017 AGM will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday 30th of June 2017 at the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

08-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces that its next monthly Q-A session for investors, hosted by Vox markets, will be released on 12 June 2017.



Investors who wish to take part in the sessions can send their questions to investors@kibomining.com and register with Vox Markets at www.voxmarkets.co.uk/











02-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces that following a comprehensive technical and commercial review of its mineral licence portfolio in Tanzania it has relinquished several early stage non-core prospecting licences, licence offers and licence applications (together ?the Licences?) in the Lake Victoria Region. This relinquishment (the ?Rationalization?) is in line with the company?s strategy to focus resources on its MCPP development projects (coal mining - coal to power), Haneti project (nickel), and the Imweru - Lubando projects (gold) held by Katoro Gold PLC (?Katoro?) in which Kibo is a 57.1% shareholder.



Lake Victoria Project

The Rationalization was carried out as part of the process of facilitating the spin-out of Kibo?s key gold resource based projects, Imweru and Lubando in the region, to Katoro (admitted to trading on AIM on 23 May 2017). The effect of the Rationalization is that the Company has now surrendered most of its early stage gold Licences in the Lake Victoria Goldfields (?LVG?) of northern Tanzania and its sole remaining gold interests in this region are in the greater Imweru and Lubando licence portfolios through its majority interest in Katoro. Altogether 79 Licences were surrendered constituting a total Licence area of approximately 800 km2. The surrendered Licences cover various non-contiguous single Licence and small Licence blocks scattered throughout the LVG. All the Licences are at a very early stage of exploration and no longer contribute towards the Company?s strategic development objectives.



Maps showing the company?s updated Licence holdings in the Lake Victoria Region following the Rationalization can be found within the Lake Victoria project page on the company?s website www.kibomining.com.







01-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that following extensive interaction with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals ("MEM") over the past month, the Company has received written reconfirmation from the MEM calling for expedited development of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"). The letter follows a period during which the MEM has been the subject of in depth policy reviews and management changes.
31-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo Mining") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, would like to draw shareholders' attention to the announcement released by Katoro Gold plc ("Katoro") at 7am on 31 May 2017, regarding progress at the Imweru Gold project in Tanzania.



The body of the announcement released by Katoro is reproduced below:

Katoro Gold plc (Incorporated in England and Wales)

(Registration Number: 9306219)

Share code on AIM: KAT

ISIN: GB00BSNBL022

("Katoro" or "the Company")



Work on Imweru Gold Project Commences

Katoro Gold plc ("Katoro" or the "Company") (AIM: KAT), the Tanzania focused gold exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that development work on the Imweru gold project in Tanzania has officially commenced. Operational teams were deployed to site over the past week and the first drill rig is expected to arrive on 1 June 2017. With the site and drill pad preparation already complete, drilling will commence immediately once the rig arrives on site.

26-May-2017
(C)
Revenue for the year lowered to GBP18 039 (GBP44 181). Operating loss widened to GBP5.0 million (loss of R19 153). Loss attributable to owners was GBP3.6 million (nil). In addition, headline loss per share remained unchanged at GBP1.0pps (loss of GBP1.0pps)



Dividend

There have been no dividends declared or paid during the current financial period.
05-May-2017
(Official Notice)
20-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
12-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that it is commencing a monthly Q-A session for investors, hosted by Vox markets.



To take part in the sessions, send your questions to investors@kibomining.com and register with Vox Markets at www.voxmarkets.co.uk/



Vox Markets is an award-winning service that provides the sophisticated investment community with aggregated information from a variety of sources. To learn the latest on Kibo follow 'KIBO' at www.voxmarkets.co.uk/company/KIBO to receive push notifications when Kibo features in the press, releases an RNS or features on a podcast interview.
30-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that the Company has decided, after careful study of the MCPP Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study (?IBFS?) results as well as latest policy changes in Tanzania, to implement a diversified production strategy for the Mbeya Coal Mine. This strategy will see Mbeya Coal LTD develop its coal mine to produce coal for the Mbeya power plant as its primary client, with the domestic coal market as a secondary client. The Company has already engaged with the domestic market in this regard with very positive response thus far.



Share Issue

The Company has issued 277 768 new Ordinary Kibo shares of EUR0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company (the ?Settlement Shares?) to service providers in settlement of invoices for a total amount of GBP13 194. The Settlement Shares were issued in respect of invoices for recent geological and investor relations services to the Company and were issued at a price of 4.75p per Kibo share.



Application will be made for the Settlement Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around Wednesday 5th April 2017 (?Admission?). On completion of Admission the Company will have 364 254 364 shares in issue.



UK Investor Show

The Company announced that it will be exhibiting and presenting at the UK Investor Show being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, on Saturday 1st April 2017 (9 am to 5 pm). Details on the UK Investor Show can be found on the organizer?s website: www.UKInvestorshow.com/. Kibo will have a stand at Stand 77, Fleming Suite and the Company?s CEO will be giving a presentation in the Miers Room (part of Fleming Suite) at 3 p.m. Investors wishing to view the Company?s corporate presentation that will be presented at the conference can do so on its website: www.kibomining.com.
23-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the ?company?) , the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to provide a summary update of progress and activities during Q1 2017.



- Continued liaison with the Tanzanian Government on the results of its Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study (?IBFS?) confirmed that the company is well placed to conclude negotiations on a Power Purchase Agreement (?PPA?) following completion of Tanzanian Electric Supply company (?TANESCO?) restructuring and Minister of Energy and Minerals (?MEM?) policy changes;

- Kibo has successfully established significant capacity and progress on all fronts in preparing for the financial close on the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) with the able and committed assistance of its advisors, partners and contractors;

- The company has terminated its JVs on early stage projects (Morogoro - Pinewood) and planned rationalisation of its remaining early stage exploration projects to enhance focus of available resources on flagship projects;

- Vend in of Imweru and Lubando Gold projects via Opera RTO is in the final stages of completion and subsequent re-admission to AIM; and

- Kibo has launched a CSR programme for MCPP.
06-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that on Friday, 3 March 2017, the CEO of Kibo, officially unveiled and handed over two newly built classrooms to the Regional Commissioner of Songwe, Tanzania.



The classrooms are part of an ongoing joint programme by Kibo and the towns of Meheza and Namkukwe, directly North east of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") in the Songwe Region in South Western Tanzania, to extend and refurbish the local schools at the respective towns.



While addressing the assembled communities of Meheza and Namkukwe during the unveiling ceremony, Mr. Coetzee stressed the critical importance of education, which is the only foundation on which long term sustainable development can be based. He further stressed the important role the MCPP should and can play as a major enabler in the development of the Tanzanian economy and more specifically of the Songwe region.



The MCPP will, during construction and later during production, provide a significant number of direct and indirect job opportunities and will primarily be looking at the Songwe region to provide in said labour requirements. To ensure that this is achieved and sustained over the long term, significant investment in quality education and education infrastructure will be required. To this effect, the Meheza and Namkukwe communities, of which Kibo is a proud member, has developed a long term education strategy that will improve and expand local education and education infrastructure, to ensure that future education is delivered at the qualitative and quantitative standards that will be required in a fast growing regional and national economy. Building the classrooms at Meheza and Namkukwe was the first tangible delivery towards successful implementation of this education strategy.



Whilst welcoming Kibo into the communities of Namkukwe and Meheza, Songwe Regional Commissioner Chiku Gallawa urged Meheza and Namkukwe to embrace and support the project as a unique opportunity to take responsibility and ownership of shaping their future. She further stressed the importance of the project, not only for the development of the Songwe region but also for the National Tanzanian economy.
02-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
24-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
15-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that all work for the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (?ESIA?) has been completed and that the company is now awaiting certification.



Following recent enquiries from shareholders, the company has also prepared a Q - A which seeks to respond to these questions. The Q - A can be viewed at the following link: Shareholder Q - A
27-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that, effective from 7 a.m. Monday 30th January 2017, its new Share Registrar is as follows: Trifecta Capital Services, 31 Beacon Road, Florida North, South Africa, 1709.
23-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced finalization of the Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study ("IBFS") with the delivery of the Integrated Financial Model for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"). The IBFS comprises an integration of the Definitive Mining Feasibility Study ("DMFS"), the Definitive Power Feasibility Study ("DPFS"), the Integrated Financial Model for the MCPP and all other relevant technical studies on the MCPP done to date, inclusive of the financial outcomes from the power EPC agreement. The IBFS concluded that the MCPP is financially, technically and operationally a very robust project.



Key highlights from the IBFS are set out below:

* Total capital requirement for the integrated project reduced 21.1 % from the original integrated prefeasibility study ("IPFS") figure;

* Indicative MCPP total revenue over an assumed 25-year life of project (Note: the final life of project will be fixed by the final Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA")) of approximately USD7.5 to USD8.5 billion;

* Indicative post tax Equity IRR between 21% and 22%, an increase of 11% on the indicative IPFS post-tax Equity IRR, based on the following conservative debt assumptions:

- Debt tenor: 12 years;

- All in interest rate (post construction): 10%; and

- DSRA facility: 6 months

* Post tax Project IRR ranging between 14.7% and 16%;

* Indicative post-tax payback:

- Equity Payback period: 4 to 5 years

- Debt Payback Period: 11 to 12 years

* Sufficient additional coal resources available from the Mbeya Coal Mine to expand the power station to more than double the current design size and plant life. In this regard, the plant design already makes provision for a future second stage expansion to 600MW (i.e. a further 300MW of capacity with the potential for a third stage expansion of a further 400MW in the long term). Technical and environmental risk assessment confirmed construction-ready state of the project, with no 'red flags' on the environmental side, bearing in mind the clean coal nature of the plant design.

* The MCPP can be constructed and commissioned within the previously projected schedule duration of 36 months.
16-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that the Tanzania National Environmental Management Council ("NEMC") approved and accepted both the Mbeya Coal Mine and Mbeya Power Plant Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ("ESIA") scoping reports.



Approval and acceptance of the scoping reports concludes Stage 2 of the required three stage statutory ESIA approval process. Completion of Stage 2 now paves the way for final ESIA certification of both the Mbeya Coal Mine and the Mbeya Power Plant.
03-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc notes the recent press reports regarding the ongoing changes and restructuring at TANESCO, the Tanzanian Electric Supply Company.



As previously reported, TANESCO has been undergoing policy changes and restructuring under the new Tanzanian government. Kibo views the latest announcements re management changes and tariff reviews as part of this ongoing reform and restructuring process.

21-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo" or the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, has today elected to make a first drawdown under the terms of the forward payment facility provided by Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson") (the "Facility"), the details of which were announced in the company's RNS earlier today, 21 December 2016.



In accordance with the terms of the Facility, the company has allotted 8 507 160 Ordinary Shares in Kibo to Sanderson (the "Facility Shares") following receipt of the first payment of USD310 000. The Facility Shares were issued at a price of GBP6.97p, being Kibo's 30 day VWAP to 20 December 2016.



In addition, Kibo has also allotted 1 024 993 Ordinary Shares in Kibo to its broker, Beaufort Securities Ltd., to the value of GBP 71,442 (the "Advisory Fee Shares"). The Advisory Fee shares were also issued at Kibo's 30 day VWAP price of GBP6.97p and have been issued in respect of advisory services provided by Beaufort in relation to arranging the Facility.



Together the Discount Shares and the Advisory Shares (together the "Share Issue") amount to a total of 9 532 153 shares.



The Share Issue has been settled from the remaining shares in the company's treasury account of 1 159 302 ("Treasury Shares") and the issue of 8 372 851 new Kibo shares ("New Shares").



The Treasury Shares have already been admitted to trading on AIM so no further application for their admission to AIM is now required. An application for the New Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("AIM Admission") and the JSE ("JSE Admission") is required and pending admission to AIM and the JSE, the New Shares are expected to commence trading on or about the 29th December 2016.



On completion of AIM and JSE Admission the company will have 363 976 596 shares in issue.
21-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces it has entered into a binding term sheet (the "Term Sheet") with Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson") for a new USD2 940 000 forward payment facility (the "Facility"). The Facility provides for Kibo to be advanced part of the USD3 672 036 development cost recovery, payable to the Company by SEPCO III on achieving financial close of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") (the "Receivable") which was announced by the company on 13 October 2016. The Facility has the effect of forward selling the Receivable at a 20% discount.



The principal terms of the Facility are as follows:

*Sanderson will provide Kibo with USD2 940 000 in cash, to be paid in five tranches between the date of this announcement and June 2017;

*The company will issue new ordinary shares in Kibo ("Kibo Shares") to Sanderson to the value of USD732 036 (being the difference between the amount of the Receivable and the funds to be provided under the Facility) at the VWAP for Kibo shares over the 30 days prior to the date of signing of the Term Sheet, i.e. 20 December 2016;

*Kibo will be under no obligation to draw the full amount available under the Facility, but will forfeit any payments not drawn against on the due date of the relevant tranche;

*Kibo will repay to Sanderson the amounts drawn down on the Facility on receipt of the Receivable from SEPCO III; and

*Sanderson has the right to convert up to GBP1.5 million of amount drawn down on the Facility into Kibo Shares at the 30 day VWAP prior to the repayment date of the total Facility amount.



In addition, Kibo will also pay a corporate advisory fee ("Advisory Fee") to the company's broker, Beaufort Securities Ltd., of GBP71 442. The Advisory Fee is payable on signing of the Term Sheet in Kibo Shares at 6.97p for a total of 1 024 993 shares.



19-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the ?company?) (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that it has awarded the EPC contract for the construction of the proposed Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP? or the ?Project?) thermal power plant to SEPCO III. A legally binding EPC Cover Agreement (?the Cover Agreement?) between Kibo?s wholly owned subsidiary Mbeya Power Ltd and SEPCO III was signed on 19 December 2016. The Cover Agreement incorporates the complete EPC-contract as well as the EPC co-ordination agreement, the latter governing the implementation and execution of the EPC contract, as well as the OEM contract submitted by General Electric (?GE?) and which constitutes an integral part of the EPC contract.



The full EPC contract will remain subject to potential change, pending finalization of the Power Purchase Agreement (?PPA?) and final requirements by lenders and equity investors during financial close. These changes will however only relate to changes required as a result of specific requirements in the PPA or final MCPP-funding arrangements. Notably the Cover Agreement fixes the EPC contract price and concludes all technical and commercial negotiations between the company and SEPCO III with regard to the EPC-contract and related matters.



The award of the contract follows a detailed review of the bid submitted by SEPCO III in accordance with the terms of the new agreement signed between the company and SEPCO III which was announced on the 25th August 2016. The extensive review that was carried out over the past two months by Kibo and its consultants Tractebel Engineering concluded that the bid fully met, and in general exceeded the required EPC specification, when compared to the international benchmark set by Tractebel Engineering for this purpose. Most significant is the fact that the SEPCO III bid significantly exceeded price and technical expectations and specifications.



Please visit the company?s website at www.kibomining.com to view the EPC-Cover Agreement signing ceremony.
09-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company has today issued 218 221 Ordinary Shares (the "Fee Shares") in the capital of the company to G-T Exploration Services Ltd. ("G-T") from a company held forfeited share treasury account ("Treasury Account"). The Fee Shares were issued in settlement of invoices from G-T for geological services to the company during the period March to September 2016 and comprise a total amount of GBP 13 638.80. The Fee Shares were issued to G-T at a price of GBP6.25 pence per share.



The Fee Shares were issued to G-T from the 1 377 523 forfeited shares ("Forfeited Shares") remaining in a company Treasury Account arising from the placing of the company's former broker, Hume Capital, in administration in March 2015. The Forfeited Shares have already been admitted to trading on AIM so no further application for the Fee Shares to be admitted to AIM is now required. An application for the Fee Shares to be admitted to trading on the JSE AltX markets is required ("JSE Admission"), and pending approval for JSE Admission, trading on the JSE will commence on or around 14th December 2016. On completion of JSE Admission the company's shares in issue will remain at 355 603 745 with a reduction in the number of Forfeited Shares in the company's Treasury Account to 1 159 302.
02-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company announced on 23 September 2016 that a Heads of Terms had been agreed by Opera and the company, for Opera to acquire the Imweru and Lubando gold projects from Kibo Mining Plc ("the Proposed Acquisition").



Kibo and Opera announced that the Proposed Acquisition is progressing well and is at an advanced stage. Both Kibo and Opera have been working hard alongside their professional advisers to process the considerable and appropriate transaction documentation and are pleased with progress to date.



It is likely that the fundraising required to complete the Proposed Acquisition will take place early in the New Year and every effort is being made to complete the transaction as soon as possible. Shareholders should note that there remain a number of matters that the Proposed Acquisition is conditional upon which are expected to be successfully completed in due course.



Further announcements in relation to the Proposed Acquisition will be made as soon as appropriate.



NOTE: The company's latest updated corporate presentation can be viewed at www.kibomining.com and includes an updated perspective on the MCPP work streams currently underway.
30-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has received an advanced draft of the integrated financial model for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) from its financial advisors ABSA / Barclays. The model will now be the subject of extensive review and further adjustment, based on the results from the final negotiations with SEPCO III and General Electric (?GE?) on the EPC and OEM bids for the MCPP.



Final negotiations related to the MCPP EPC and OEM contracts are currently under way in Qingdao, China. The Company remains confident that these negotiations will be concluded by 02 December 2016, after which legal counsel will be instructed to convert the terms and conditions agreed upon by the parties into an appropriate EPC / OEM agreement, which is scheduled for signature by the end of December 2016.
21-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that it has signed a Collaboration Agreement (the "Agreement") with General Electric International Inc ("GE"), with respect to the development of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP" or "the Project"). The Agreement follows the Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") announced on the 16th September 2016 and sets out in detail the terms and conditions of said collaboration into a binding agreement.



The Agreement provides for GE and its affiliate companies ("GE Group") to supply equipment, technology and services to the MCPP power plant, in addition to assisting and co-operating with Kibo to implement the Project.
01-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc (?Kibo? or the ?Company?) (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development Company, is pleased to announce that the final commercial bids for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) EPC contract and OEM contract were received on 31 October 2016. The Company has also submitted its mining right application for the Mbeya Coal Mine.



SEPCO III and General Electric (?GE?) were required to submit their final commercial bids for the MCPP EPC and OEM contracts by no later than 31 October 2016. Tractebel Engineering (?TE?) will now subject both bids to a stringent benchmark that was previously developed by TE, to determine whether the bids comply with international best standards, practice and price as well as specific conditions that were stated in the respective bid specifications.



The benchmarking process will be completed over the next three weeks, where after the Company and its technical, financial and legal advisors will engage SEPCO III and GE in a final round of negotiations by the beginning of December 2016. The signing of the final EPC and OEM contracts is currently scheduled for the end of December 2016.



Receipt of the final EPC and OEM commercial bids also enabled the Company to advance two other critical work streams of the MCPP development process:

*The integrated financial model for the MCPP and the Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study can now be finalized; and

*Submission of the mining right application for the Mbeya Coal Mine - submitted on 31 October 2016



With the above work streams completed, by the end of December 2016 the MCPP will be fully prepared and ready to transition into full funding mode, provided that the Government of Tanzania has by then completed the policy review process pertaining to energy projects, which will allow the MCPP to proceed with the conclusion of a Power Purchase Agreement for the MCPP.
13-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with SEPCO III on the total direct development cost related to the MCPP ("Mbeya Coal to Power Project"). (See RNS dated 25 August 2016).



It was agreed that the direct development cost incurred on the MCPP over the past four years will be considered for determining the final development cost refund amount. After considering all information provided in this regard, the final amount is USD10 944 071, which was accepted by both parties as a fair reflection of the MCPP development cost over the past four years. Based on this, the total amount refundable to Kibo constitutes an amount of USD5 497 035, i.e. 50% of the total development cost as per the terms of the Agreement between SEPCO III and the company (the "Parties") announced on the 25 August 2016. As Kibo has already received an advance of USD 1.8 million, the total outstanding amount payable to Kibo will be USD3 672 036. The Parties have further agreed that these funds will become payable to Kibo when the MCPP reaches financial close.



The agreement on the MCPP development cost refund was reached at a meeting between SEPCO III and company management this week in China. This meeting coincided with meetings between the company, SEPCO III, Tractebel Engineering and General Electric ("GE"), at which significant progress was made towards finalizing the EPC and OEM bid proposals related to the EPC- and OEM contracts for the power component of the MCPP.
27-Sep-2016
(C)
Revenue for the interim period came in at GBP4 184 (2015: GBP nil). Loss for the period attributable to owners of the parent widened to GBP2.3 million (2015: loss of GBP913 891). Furthermore, headline loss per share was recorded GBP0.7 pence per share (2015: headline loss per share of GBP0.36 pence per share).



Dividends

No dividends were declared during the interim period.



23-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the ?company?), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, has agreed to extend the deadline on which SEPCO III and Kibo had intended to reach agreement with regard to the final amount still due for payment with regard to the MCPP development cost refund (see RNS dated 25 August 2016). In accordance with the revised agreement (?the Agreement?), SEPCO III was afforded the opportunity to conduct an independent audit of the development costs incurred on the MCPP to date. In spite of a diligent effort made so far to get this done in time, the time allowed for this work proved to be inadequate given that the costs in question cover a period spanning several financial years. A new deadline was set for 14 October 2016, when Kibo and Tractebel Engineering will be meeting with SEPCO III in Qingdao, China, to assess and review SEPCO III?s progress in preparing the EPC bid for the power component of the MCPP.
23-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
22-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
16-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (?MOU?) with General Electric International Inc (?GE?), with respect to the development of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP? or ?the Project?). The MOU provides for GE and its affiliate companies (?GE Group?) to supply equipment, technology and services to the MCPP power plant, in addition to exploring opportunities where it can assist Kibo in bringing the Project to successful financial close. Kibo and GE are in discussions to set out in detail the terms and conditions of their collaboration into a binding agreement.



About General Electric Company (?GE?)

GE is an American multinational digital industrial conglomerate, headquartered in Boston and operates through a number of business divisions which includes power generation, oil - gas, aviation, healthcare, transportation and capital. Across these divisions the company supplies a broad range of equipment, technology and services. It is the fourth largest company in the World (Forbes Global 2000) and the 6th largest in the US by gross revenue.
08-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo issued 2 712 477 Ordinary Shares (the ?Conversion Shares?) in the capital of the Company to Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. (?Sanderson?) from a Company held forfeited share treasury account (?Treasury Account?). The Conversion Shares were issued as part of the settlement under the re-negotiated terms for payback of the loan facility (the ?Facility?) from Sanderson, the full details of which were recently announced in the Company?s RNS of 01 September 2016. The Conversion Shares will be issued to Sanderson at a price of 5.53p per share, being the Kibo closing price on 1 September 2016 (the ?Conversion Date?) for a value of GBP150,000. As notified in the Company?s announcement on 1 September 2016, the Facility amount of GBP1,500,000 converted to a 2.5% equity interest in the MCPP project Company on the Conversion Date.



The Conversion Shares were issued to Sanderson from the 4,090,000 forfeited shares (?Forfeited Shares?) held by the Company in the Treasury Account since 23rd June 2015 and have already been admitted to trading on AIM. An application for the Conversion Shares to be admitted to trading on the JSE AltX markets is required (?JSE Admission?), and pending approval for JSE Admission, trading on the JSE will commence on or around 9th September 2016. On completion of JSE Admission the Company?s shares in issue will remain at 355,603,745 with a reduction in the number of Forfeited Shares in the Company?s Treasury Account to 1,377,523.
05-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announces that it has received proof of payment for the amount of USD1, 800, 000.00 from SEPCO III. This payment was received in settlement of the first fixed payment due under the new Agreement (the ?Agreement?) with major international China based EPC contractor, SEPCO III, announced on 25 August 2016.



01-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo" or the "Company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development Company is pleased to announce that it has re-negotiated terms for the payback of the loan facility (the "Facility") of GBP1,500,000 provided to the Company by Sanderson Capital Partners Limited ("Sanderson"), the details of which were announced in the Company's RNS of 3 March 2016. Under the existing terms of the Facility, Kibo was required to pay back the loan in either cash or ordinary shares in Kibo, by 31 August 2016.



The Facility will now be settled as follows:

*Sanderson will convert the full loan amount of GBP1,500,000 (the "Conversion") into a 2.5% equity interest in Mbeya Development Company Ltd (the "Project Company"), which is a 100% subsidiary of Kibo and holds 100% of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"). The terms of the Conversion have been calculated based on a discounted current value for the MCPP of USD100,000,000.

*Kibo will in addition issue to Sanderson GBP150,000 worth of Ordinary Kibo shares (the "Conversion Shares") at the prevailing Kibo share price on AIM at the conversion date, as a loan conversion fee.

*Sanderson and Kibo will implement the Conversion and issue the Conversion Shares by no later than 14th September 2016 and will, inter alia, sign a mutually agreed shareholders' agreement between Kibo, Sanderson and the Project Company vesting Sanderson's 2.5% equity interest in the Project Company.

*Sanderson will grant Kibo access to a new GBP600,000 standby loan facility until 28 February 2017, on similar terms as those of the existing Facility, to be utilized at Kibo's discretion and on which no fees or costs will be payable until such time as Kibo may elect to make use of the facility.



25-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
17-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has signed an Engagement Letter (the ?Letter?) with global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright to provide it with legal services in regard to the development of its Mbeya Coal to Power Project in Tanzania. The Letter outlines the terms and conditions under which Norton Rose Fulbright will assist the Company with the preparation and negotiation of commercial arrangements and agreements pertaining to the MCPP Power Purchase Agreement (?PPA?), with the Tanzanian Government and TANESCO (Tanzania?s parastatal power distribution company).



Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm with offices in over 50 cities across Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. Its clients include major global corporations and financial institutions and it has a strong reputation and experience across energy infrastructure, mining and commodities. The firm advises on major energy projects in Africa and is ideally placed to assist Kibo at this critical stage in the development of the MCPP.
10-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo elected to make the fifth drawdown of the loan facility (the ?Facility?) provided to the Company by Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. (?Sanderson?), the details of which were announced in the Company?s RNS of 03 March 2016.



In accordance with the terms of the Facility the Company has today allotted 971 429 Ordinary Shares (the ?Shares?) of EUR0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company to Sanderson. The Shares will be issued as a drawdown fee upon receipt of GBP300 000 from Sanderson, representing the fifth drawdown on the Facility of up to GBP1 500 000 provided by Sanderson to the Company and will be issued at a price of 5.25 pence per share.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 16 August 2016 (?Admission?). On completion of Admission the Company will have 355 603 745 shares in issue.
10-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
04-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
22-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced it has reached an agreement ("the Agreement") with Acacia Mining plc, ("Acacia") for the conversion of Acacia's residual equity interests in the Imweru and Lubando Projects to a 2% Net Smelter Royalty ("NSR"). The Agreement was signed between Reef Miners Ltd., Kibo's wholly owned Tanzanian subsidiary which holds the Imweru and Lubando project licences, and ABG Exploration Ltd., Acacia's Tanzanian subsidiary which holds the equity interests in the licences. The Agreement gives Kibo 100% ownership in the equity of the Imweru and Lubando Projects and represents another important component of the definitive agreement with Lake Victoria Gold LTD ("LVG") to consolidate the companies' respective Imweru and Imwelo gold projects, as announced on 2nd June.
21-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the annual general meeting of Kibo Mining plc (?Kibo?) held today was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 6.6 % of the shares in Kibo (354,632,316 issued and outstanding).



All the resolutions proposed were approved and they will be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).
20-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced another milestone in the progress of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) following the finalization of an Expression of Interest process, focused on developing the Operations and Maintenance (O-M) Agreement for the Mbeya Power Plant. In order to assess the appetite of the market for operation and maintenance services to the 2x150MW Coal Fired Power Plant as part of the MCPP, a Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) was recently launched. The REOI was sent to a number of pre-selected leading service providers in the O-M third party market, on the basis of their established international track record as third party O-M service providers for coal fired power plants. The REOI received positive expressions of interest from 90% of the companies approached, with one company declining the opportunity on the basis of capacity constraints. This constitutes a positive reaction from the market and indicates strong confidence in the project.
11-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo will be attending the Tanzania International Forum for Investments in Dar Es Salaam on 25 September 2016, originally scheduled for 12 July 2016. Participating in the Energy and Power Session, Louis Coetzee will be speaking alongside Frederick Shindika, CEO of Serenity Investment Partners, Eng. Felichesmi Mramba Managing Director of TANESCO and Eng. Boniface Njombe, General Manager of Tanzania Geothermal Development Company.
08-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
05-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo elected to make the fourth drawdown of the loan facility (the ?Facility?) provided to the Company by Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. (?Sanderson?), the details of which were announced in the Company?s RNS of 03 March 2016.



In accordance with the terms of the Facility the Company has today allotted 1 186 046 Ordinary Shares (the ?Shares?) of EUR0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company to Sanderson. The Shares will be issued as a drawdown fee upon receipt of GBP300 000 from Sanderson, representing the fourth drawdown on the Facility of up to GBP1 500 000 provided by Sanderson to the Company and will be issued at a price of 4.3 pence per share.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 6 July 2016 (?Admission?). On completion of Admission the Company will have 354 632 316 shares in issue.
05-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided a further update to its announcement on June 2 on the Memorandum of Understanding (?MOU?) signed with Lake Victoria Gold Ltd. (?Lake Victoria?) to consolidate the companies? respective Imweru and Imwelo gold projects. As a result of a minor unforeseen delay in completing compliance and legal work on the follow-on definitive agreement, which was anticipated to be in place by June 30 2016, the Company expects that this will now take a further two weeks to be finalized.



The Company wished to advise that completion of this definitive agreement is progressing well and notwithstanding this minor delay, it looks forward to the potential value this transaction can unlock for Kibo shareholders. Maps showing the location of the Imweru and Imwelo projects can be found on the Kibo website www.kibomining.com under the Projects/Lake Victoria (gold) menu on the home page.
30-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced completion of the independent, integrated Water Availability Study for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?).



The Water Availability Study (?the Study?), to determine sustainable groundwater yields and pit inflows through aquifer testing and numerical flow modelling, was performed by Shangoni Management Services, the consultants appointed to execute the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for the MCPP. The following activities formed part of the Study:

1. Geophysics (resistivity surveys) within the vicinity of the Study area, with focus in and around the pit area to determine geological anomalies or lineaments and preferential flow paths for the movement of groundwater.

2. Drilling of boreholes into identified anomalies.

3. Aquifer testing (slug and pump testing) to determine aquifer hydraulics for flow modelling (pit inflows) and sustainable borehole yields.

4. Water sampling for hydro chemical and biological analyses (and general borehole surveys including GPS surveying (XYZ) and static water levels for model calibration.

5. Numerical modelling inclusive of steady- and transient state flow models to determine pit inflows for the Life of Mine (?LoM?) and dewatering strategies. The numerical model aimed to:

a. estimate the groundwater seepage rate to the pit over the Life of Mine (LOM); and

b. estimate the sustainable yield of the aquifer(s) in the area with a view to meeting the bulk water supply to the proposed project.



The Study concluded that ground water would be available in sufficient and sustainable quantities throughout the life of plant, to adequately supply the power station with water in accordance with the power plant design specifications, stated in the MCPP Power Feasibility Study.
21-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to update shareholders on the latest progress with regard to the main work streams on the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study (?IBFS?).



? Power

- Definitive Power Feasibility Study completed and report reviewed and delivered. (RNS May 4, 2016)

- EPC specification completed.

- Preparation for EPC bid procurement process completed.

- Successful pre?bid procedure with SEPCOIII completed, in accordance with the requirements of the Kibo / SEPCO III Joint Development Agreement.



? Mining

Definitive Mining Feasibility Study is on track for completion by end June 2016:

- Logistics Study completed. This study finalised the mining specific and general equipment and vehicle fleet required to operate the 1,6 Mt per annum coal mine, and confirmed conclusion of the Pre ? Feasibility Study.

- Pit Optimization complete.

- Mine Design process in final stages, to be followed by the final mine plan and schedule.

- Mining EPC and Contracting process in progress with budget quotes received from 8 bidders which are currently in the process of being evaluated.



? Environment and Social Impact Assessment

- Project Registration complete. (RNS May 19, 2016)

- Scoping Study Phase: Specialist field work stage complete.

- Socio ? economic consultation process completed.

- Hydrology Study and water model nearing completion.
14-Jun-2016
(C)
Revenue for the year came in at GBP44 181 (2015: GBPnil). Operating loss was recorded at GBP19 153 (2015: operating profit of GBP2.1 million). Profit for the period attributable to owners of the parent fell to GBP177 162 (2015: GBP2.1 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share was GBP1 pence per share (2015: headline loss of GBP1.3 pence per share).



Dividends

There have been no dividends declared or paid during the current financial period.
14-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces that its full audited financial results for the year ended 31 December 2015 are now available on its website as part of its 2015 annual report and can be accessed on the following link Kibo Mining 2015 annual report ("2015 Annual Report) on the Kibo Mining website. The 2015 annual report, which also contains the company's Notice of AGM, is in the process of being printed and will be mailed to shareholders on or before the 21th of June 2016.



The company's 2015 AGM will take place at 10 a.m. on 21st of July 2016 at the Conrad Hotel, Earls fort Terrace, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.



Please note that the Notice of AGM includes an Appendix which summarises proposed changes to the company's Memorandum and Articles of Association ("M-A") to align them with the new Irish Companies Act 2014 which was enacted in June 2015. The updates to the company's M-A is one of the resolutions to be placed before shareholders for approval at this year's AGM.



A copy of the proposed amended Memorandum of Association, together with the Articles of Association is available on the company's website (www.kibomining.com) under the Documents menu on the Home Page and will also be available for inspection at the registered office of the company during business hours on any business day up to any including the date of the annual general meeting as well as being available at the annual general meeting on the 21st July 2016. Members can also request a hard copy of the proposed amended Memorandum of Association together with the Articles of Association by sending a written request for same marked for the attention of the company secretary, Kibo Mining plc, 27 Hatch Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland or email to info@kibomining.com.



03-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company announced that feasibility work on the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (?MCPP?) has now advanced to a level where the company can commence with the formal EPC-bid process for both the Mbeya Power Plant and the Mbeya Coal Mine.



On 31 May 2016 the company met with SEPCO III in Dar es Salaam to initiate the EPC bid process for the Mbeya Power Plant, in accordance with the provisions of the Joint Development Agreement (?JDA?) in place between the company and SEPCO III. The meeting in Dar es Salaam marked the official start of the EPC-bid process and will be followed by a two day work session in Brussels in mid-June. During this second work session, Tractebel Engineering will brief and guide SEPCO III on the EPC bid process and procedure in accordance with the relevant JDA requirements. The first step in this process will require SEPCO III to agree and commit to an equity investment in the MCPP in order to obtain the right to be the sole EPC bidder for the Mbeya Power Plant EPC contract.



In the event that SEPCO III is named as the sole bidder for the EPC contract, SEPCO III?s bid will remain subject to various pre-conditions related to price, technical standards, operational standards etc. which must be met for the EPC contract to be awarded. The bid process will take place under the control and supervision of Tractebel Engineering as independent Qualified Person and in accordance with a pre-set, internationally benchmarked specification and standard. If the bid succeeds in meeting the Tractebel Engineering specification it will also require that the bid terms are approved by the company and any debt providers to the MCPP.



The EPC bid process for the Mbeya Coal Mine is also well under way and the company will receive the first EPC budget quotations from eight bidders who have expressed an interest to bid for the Mbeya Coal Mine EPC and mining contract.
02-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (?MOU?) with Lake Victoria Gold Ltd. (?Lake Victoria?) to consolidate the companies? respective Imweru and Imwelo gold projects.



Highlights

? Kibo and Lake Victoria Gold Ltd. (?LVG?) agree MOU to amalgamate Kibo?s Imweru Gold Project and LVG?s directly adjacent Imwelo project into a new company (?NEWCO);

? Board of NEWCO to comprise mix of Kibo and Lake Victoria management which will combine significant experience across exploration and mine development;

? Total combined JORC compliant stated resources of approximately 755 300 ounces;

? Based on upside potential identified in existing Imweru CPR, the combined project will provide NEWCO with the potential to achieve >1 million oz. resource in relative short time frame;

? Production target of 50 000 oz. of gold per annum within 12 to 18 months of forming NEWCO, targeting 100 0000 oz. per annum within 24 to 30 months;

? Existing LVG mining right will also cover Kibo Imweru project after amalgamation under existing provisions of Tanzanian Mining Act for continuous mineral deposits;
31-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo has issued 433 835 new Ordinary Kibo shares of EUR0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company (the ?Settlement Shares?) to service providers in settlement of invoices. 321 457 of the Settlement Shares were issued at 3.733 per share to RFC Ambrian for corporate advisory fees to the Company in the amount of GBP12 000. The remaining 112 378 were issued at 4.5p per share for project management services to a service provider in Tanzania in the amount of GBP5,057. Application will be made for the Settlement Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 3rd June 2016 (?Admission?). On completion of Admission the Company will have 353 446 270 shares in issue.
20-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo has elected to make the third drawdown of the loan facility (the "Facility") provided to the Company by Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson"), the details of which were announced on the Company's RNS of 03 March 2016.



In accordance with the terms of the Facility the Company has today allotted 1,406,897 Ordinary Shares (the "Sanderson Shares") of 0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company to Sanderson. The Sanderson Shares will be issued as a drawdown fee upon receipt of GBP300,000 from Sanderson, representing the third drawdown on the Facility of up to GBP1,500,000 provided by Sanderson to the Company. The Sanderson Shares comprise 1,186,046 shares to be issued in relation to the third drawdown and a further issue of 220,851 shares in relation to the second drawdown (announced on 12 April 2016). The mid-price for Kibo shares on 12 April 2016 of 3.625 pence per share was outside the 4 pence to 5 pence per share range in which the standard drawdown fee is fixed at 1,186,046 Ordinary Shares in Kibo. This gave rise to a shortfall in the shares issued to Sanderson in respect of the second drawdown fee of GBP51,000, which was calculated on an effective price of 4.3 pence per share.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 26th May 2016 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the Company will have 353,012,435 shares in issue.
19-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that Phase 1 of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ("ESIA") was successfully completed upon receiving notice from the Tanzanian Government that the ESIA studies for the Mbeya Coal Mine and Mbeya Power Plant have both been accepted and officially registered.



Environmental Certification for the MCPP requires that the Mining and Power components must be registered as separate ESIA's, whilst successful registration requires the submission of a comprehensive project specific ESIA brief and official registration documentation. Successful registration is in turn dependent on the applicant's ability to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding and insight into all the project specific and general environmental issues that will and could have an environmental impact, as per the Tanzanian EIA and Audit Regulations and guidelines. Following a review of the submitted ESIA briefs and registration documents, the National Environmental Management Council ("NEMC") reached a decision that the MCPP- application (Mining and Power) met with all the required criteria for registration and acceptance and may continue with the rest of the assessment. Phase 2 of the ESIA has already commenced, with most of the specialist studies that are required for Phase 2 nearing completion.
04-May-2016
(Official Notice)
29-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that:

*The review of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project's ("MCPP") Power Definitive Feasibility Study ("PDFS") has been completed. The final and official PDFS report will be delivered to the company's CEO on Monday 2 May 2016, during a scheduled project meeting with Tractebel Engineering.



*Kibo has also today issued 180,778 new Ordinary Kibo shares of ?0.015 par value each in the capital of the company at 4.88p per share ("Settlement Shares") in settlement of recent invoices from service providers for geological and investor relations services to the company. These Settlement Shares are in respect of invoices totalling ?8,822. Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 3rd May 2016 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the Company will have 351,605,538 shares in issue.





22-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo confirmed that it will be exhibiting and presenting at the UK Investor Show being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, on Saturday 30th April 2016 (9 am to 5 pm). Details on the Investor Show can be found on the organizer?s website: https://www.UKinvestorshow.com/ Kibo will have a stand at Stand 77, Fleming Lounge and the Company?s CEO will be giving a presentation at 11:40 at Breakout Room 2. Investors wishing to view the company?s corporate presentation which will be presented at the conference, can do so on the company?s website: http://www.kibomining.com.
12-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc (?Kibo? or the ?Company?) (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development Company has today elected to make the second drawdown of the loan facility (the ?Facility?) provided to the Company by Sanderson Capital Partners Limited (?Sanderson?), the details of which were announced on the Company?s RNS of 03 March 2016.



In accordance with the terms of the Facility the Company has allotted 1,360,000 Ordinary Shares (the ?Sanderson Shares?) of ?0.015 par value each in the capital of the Company to Sanderson. The Sanderson Shares will be issued as a drawdown fee upon receipt of ?300,000 from Sanderson, representing the second drawdown on the Facility of up to ?1,500,000 provided by Sanderson to the Company. The Sanderson Shares comprise 1,186,046 shares to be issued in relation to the second drawdown and a further issue of 173,954 shares in relation to the first drawdown (announced on 3 March 2016). The mid-price for Kibo shares on 3 March 2016 of 3.75 pence per share was outside the 4 pence to 5 pence per share range in which the standard drawdown fee is fixed at 1,186,046 Ordinary Shares in Kibo. This gave rise to a shortfall in the shares issued to Sanderson in respect of the first drawdown fee of ?51,000, which was calculated on an effective price of 4.3 pence per share.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 15th April 2016 (?Admission?). On completion of Admission the Company will have 351,424,760 shares in issue.

11-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that the restatement of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") Mbeya coal resource has now been completed. This represents another key milestone as the MCPP approaches the final stages of its development ahead of Financial Close.



Key highlights

* Increase in total Mineral Resource from 109.23 million tonnes (Mt) to 120.793 Mt representing a 10.42% increase over the previously disclosed Mineral Resource

* Re-classification of total Coal Resource into Measured Resource of 20.904 Mt, Indicated Resource of 88.601 Mt and Inferred Resource of 11.28 Mt

* Final Raw Quality attributes of coal are within specification for power plant design

* Restatement represents a substantial increase in the quality and confidence level of the Mineral Resource which will provide a critical input to the reserve statement of the Mining Definitive Feasibility Study (MDFS) currently underway

* 91% of restated resource now qualifies for inclusion in ultimate reserve statement
01-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company announced that the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"), Definitive Power Feasibility Study ("DPFS") work has been completed on schedule. The DPFS report is now subject to a review process. The findings of the DPFS will be announced on completion of the review.
24-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company is pleased to inform shareholders that it has uploaded an updated company presentation to its website. It has now also fully web integrated its previously announced interactive process description and timeline for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") to make it more user-friendly for navigation.



Both the company Presentation and the MCPP Timeline - Description can be accessed under Key Documents on the company's website or by selecting the links shown.
14-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
04-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo notes recent speculation relating to the Company's announcements released this week (RNSs dated 2nd and 3rd March 2016) regarding the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP" or "the Project"). The Company would like to reassure shareholders that timelines related to the Project remain on track, specifically in relation to the timely delivery of the Definitive Feasibility Studies ("DFS") on the power and mining elements of the MCPP and the MCPP Integrated Bankable Feasibility that will follow completion of the DFS'. In order to provide shareholders with a clear understanding and outline of the current and future status of the MCPP, both in terms of the mining and power components, the Company is currently working on a process clarification and timeline which will be shared via the Company's website. This will provide more insight into the complexity and various workflow interdependencies within the process and the timeline will enable shareholders to visualise and follow progress at the Project.
03-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
02-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
25-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company continues to attract strong Tanzanian government support for the Mbeya Coal To Power Project (MCPP).



This follows a successful meeting between Kibo CEO Louis Coetzee and Tanzania's Minister of Energy and Minerals ("MEM"), Hon. Professor Sospeter Muhongo, and his team.



The meeting took place last week, on request of the Minister and updated the MEM on progress with the MCPP. Attendees of the meeting included the National Development Corporation (NDC), State Mining Corporation (STAMICO), Tanzania Electrical Supply company Ltd (TANESCO) and senior staff from the MEM.
17-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
08-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
29-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo issued 9 000 000 Ordinary Shares (the "Shares") of ?0.015 each in the capital of the Company at a price of 4.7p to Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson") for a total value of GBP423 000. The Shares were issued as re- payment of GBP300 000 of the GBP500 000 loan facility provided by Sanderson to the Company on the 4th November 2015 and to cover additional loan related fees and costs under the revised payment terms. As noted in the RNS dated 28 January 2016, the remaining loan balance is GBP200 000 which is repayable in cash together with fees associated with the loan of GBP50 000.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 3 February 2016 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the Company will have 339 928 714 shares in issue.
28-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that the Company has now received the amount of GBP522, 800 from the delayed receipt of final proceeds from its February 2015 placing with Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital"). On 25 January 2016, the Joint Special Administrators paid GBP522,800 of the total GBP526,000 (representing the consideration for 10,520,000 shares which were to be issued to third party investors) and that had previously been paid into Hume Capital's client money account during the February 2015 placing, to Kibo ("Hume Proceeds"). The amount of GBP3,200 was deducted from the total and represents costs of the administration.



To bolster the Company's cash position further, amidst very difficult market conditions, Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson") was approached in an effort to re-negotiate the repayment terms of the unsecured interest free bridge loan facility which it advanced to the Company. (Please see RNS of 04 November 2015). In this regard the Company was able to agree the following more favourable repayment terms:

1. A minimum of 60% of the loan amount (i.e. GBP300,000) will be repaid in Ordinary Shares of the Company and not in cash, at a price equal to the 30 day VWAP of Kibo's share price on the date at which repayment is due, being the earlier of three months from the date of the original loan agreement or the date on which Kibo receives the Hume Proceeds ("Repayment Date");

2. Repayment of no more than 40% of the loan amount (i.e. GBP200, 000), as well as the GBP50, 000 fee component, due in cash at the Repayment Date, will be deferred for another 28 calendar days from the Repayment Date; and

3. Any additional costs / fees that may be incurred with the extension, implementation and execution of the re-negotiated loan agreement will be settled in Ordinary Shares of the Company, with the price of such shares to be determined in the same manner as under point 1 above. It is anticipated that the issuance of any Ordinary Shares for such additional costs / fees would occur contemporaneously with those being issued under point 1 above.
20-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
13-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that three new Prospecting Licences ("PLs") were issued to its wholly owned subsidiary Rukwa Coal Ltd. These newly issued PLs are contiguous with its existing PL block in southern Tanzania that contains the 109 million tonne Mbeya Coal Mineral Resource (the "Resource"). The Resource underpins the company's Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP"), currently in the final stages of a Bankable Feasibility Study ("BFS").



The three new PLs, namely, PL 10744/2015, PL 10742/2015 and 10743/2015 are located immediately north, south and east respectively of the Resource and consolidates the company's ground position on and peripheral to the MCPP development area. In the short term these new PLs will further enhance the BFS and subsequent development of the project and in the longer term provides the company with significantly increased exploration potential. The new prospecting licenses will provide the company with the ability to test for extensions to the Resource and/or the discovery of additional satellite coal deposits in addition to the existing deposit's 48km strike of which to date, only approximately 12km have been delineated and stated as a NI 43-101 compliant resource.



A map showing the current licence status position for the MCPP can be found under the MCPP project section on the company's website www.kibomining.com
11-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announced that it is busy finalizing a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited ("TANESCO"), on a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP").



Over the past twelve months Kibo has been engaged in a very constructive dialogue with TANESCO and the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals ("MEM"). During this process the parties identified an agreed set of principles to guide and direct the development of a PPA for the MCPP. These principles seek to recognise, balance and protect the interests of all MCPP stakeholders in a manner that ensures the best interests of the MCPP are served at all times. This set of principles will be incorporated in an official MOU with TANESCO to serve as the reference framework within which the parties will jointly develop and implement an appropriate PPA for the MCPP.









11-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining Plc ("Kibo" or the "Company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, would like to draw shareholders' attention to a Letter to Shareholders, from the company Chief Executive Officer Louis Coetzee, which provides a comprehensive update on the company's principle activities and interests. This letter is available on the home page of the company's website at http://kibomining.com/wp-content/uploads/Letter-to- Shareholders-v3.1_10-12-2015.pdf

03-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to provide a further update, regarding the delayed receipt of final proceeds from its February 2015 placing with Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital").



Pursuant to the terms of a previous notice dated 20 August 2015 and reported to the market on 26 August 2015, the Joint Special Administrators of Hume Capital had informed the company that client monies would be distributed by the earliest on 2 October 2015, but no later than within two months from 2 October 2015.



The company has now received a further Notice from the Joint Special Administrators, dated 02 December 2015, advising the first and final distribution of client monies shall be postponed for a further period, no longer than two months from 27 November 2015.



As announced on previous updates to shareholders, the Joint Special Administrators has confirmed to Kibo that all of the GBP526 000 (representing the consideration for 10 520 000 shares which were to be issued to third party investors) that had been paid into Hume Capital's client money account, will be released to Kibo, less a small proportion representing costs of the administration, which can now be confirmed to be in the range of GBP5 000 to GBP7 000. The Joint Special Administrators have also confirmed that no further delays / postponements are expected with regard to payment of the GBP526 000.



Further updates will be provided to investors as it becomes available to the company.
12-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company has today, 12 November 2015, issued 1 666 667 Ordinary Shares (the "Shares") of EUR0.015 each in the capital of the company at a price of GBP6p to Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson"). The Shares were issued upon receipt of GBP500 000 from Sanderson, representing the full drawdown amount of the loan facility provided by Sanderson to the company, the details of which were announced on the company's RNS of the 4th November 2015.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 17 November 2015 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the company will have 330 928 714 shares in issue.
09-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
05-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced an operational update for the third quarter 2015 (the "Quarter").



Quarter highlights

Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") :

*Joint Development Agreement ("JDA") between Kibo and SEPCOIII becomes unconditional

*Completion of Mining Pre-feasibility Study on MCPP; project fundamentals surpassed earlier Concept Study report

*Power component of the MCPP advanced in terms of partner participation and planning for definitive feasibility study

*Significant progress in negotiation and planning with respect to Financial Close for the MCPP, which is approaching completion



Haneti geophysical interpretation results indicate nickel sulphide prospective rocks are significantly more extensive than previously thought; and identifies additional drill targets



Exploration work on the Company's two Joint Ventures with Metal Tiger PLC commenced (Morogoro and Pinewood)



Highlights from interim results for the period ended 30 June 2014:

*Decrease in trade and other payables of 311%; and

*Placing funds of GBP526,000, locked down since March due to appointment of Administrator to Company's former broker (Hume Capital), to be released to Kibo within two months.
04-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company announced it has entered into a loan facility (the "Facility") with Sanderson Capital Partners Ltd. ("Sanderson") for an amount of GBP500 000 to be utilised by Kibo at its sole discretion and election during the 3 month term of the Facility. The Facility provides Kibo with access to funds which it will be able to use at the company's discretion as needed.



The Facility comprises an unsecured, interest free, fixed term loan. A fee of GBP150 000 associated with the arrangement and implementation of the Facility will become payable if the Facility is utilised (the "Arrangement Fee"). The Arrangement Fee will be paid one third in cash at repayment of the loan and two thirds in shares at a fixed price of 6 pence per Kibo share on, or before the drawdown date of any particular drawdown.
15-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
12-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced significantly improved financials for the Mbeya Coal to Power Project's ("MCPP") coal mine component.



Key highlights

The Company and its advisers Minxcon Projects have now completed a financial optimization study for the MCPP coal mine, based on feasibility results received to date. The impact of optimal gearing for the MCPP coal mine was tested on the surface miner contractor option with the following key results:

* All-in cost margin ranges from 47.9% to 48.1%. Applying the aforementioned all-in cost margin, Kibo interprets that annual earnings before interest and tax ("EBIT") of between USD23.5 million to USD23.6 million will be generated;

* Applying a real discount rate of 5.51%, the best estimated Net Present Value ("NPV") of free cash flow to equity ranges between USD214 million and USD219 million;

* Equity IRR (leveraged) range between 131% and 146%, with a Project IRR of 54%;

* Cash return on capital invested ranging between 726% and 732%; and

* Project Payback Period before loan of 2.6 years
30-Sep-2015
(C)
Operating loss from continuing operations improved to GBP914 125 (loss of GBP1.1 million). Loss attributable to owners lowered to GBP913 891 (loss of GBP1.1 million). In addition, headline loss per share came to nil (loss of 0.68cps).
23-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
26-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided the following update to the announcement it made on 18 June 2015, regarding the delayed receipt of final proceeds from its February placing, due to the fact that the Company's previous brokers Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital") had appointed administrators. The Company announced that following a Court order at a hearing on the 10th August 2015 approving the Client Money Distribution Procedure, the Joint Special Administrators issued a notice (the "Notice") to clients (including Kibo) dated 20th August 2015 on the procedures pertaining to the distribution of the Client Money Pool.



Pursuant to the terms of this Notice, the Joint Special Administrators client monies will be distributed by earliest on the 2nd October 2015 (the "Date of Proving"), but no later than within two months from the 2nd October 2015. As previously announced, Kibo understands that substantially all of the GBP526 000 (representing the consideration for 10 520 000 shares which were to be issued to third party investors) which had been paid into Hume Capital's client money account, will be released to Kibo, less a small proportion representing costs of the administration.
12-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
21-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that all conditions precedent in the Joint Development Agreement ("JDA") recently signed between the Company and SEPCO III, have subsequently been met in full and that the JDA now enjoys unconditional status.



Highlights

* All conditions precedent in the SEPCO III JDA have been met in full;

* SEPCO III funding commitments, as called for under the terms of the JDA, fulfilled;

* Detail work schedule and implementation plan to complete Bankable Feasibility Study ("BFS") for Mbeya Coal to Power Project ("MCPP") finalised;



Joint Development Agreement Overview

The remaining conditions precedent in the JDA recently signed between Kibo Mining and SEPCO III ("the parties"), wherein the parties have agreed to jointly develop the MCPP, have now all been met. This latest development follows an intensive joint Kibo / SEPCO III work and planning session held at the SEPCO III headquarters in Qingdao China from 15 to 18 July 2015. (Further information in respect of the JDA and MCPP is provided separately below. NOTE Please follow the following link for extensive background information on SEPCO III: http://www.sepco3.com/profile/columnsId=1.html )



At the date of signing, the JDA was subject to a number of conditions precedent which had to be fulfilled before the agreement could become unconditional. The two most important conditions precedent were:

* A due diligence site visit to MCPP in Tanzania, by SEPCO III - fulfilled and announced to market on 29 April 2015; and

* Board approval of the JDA by Kibo and SEPCO III respectively - fulfilled and announced to market on 09 June 2015.



A number of administrative conditions precedent still had to be met after the 9 June RNS referred to above and the last of these were fulfilled during the Kibo / SEPCO III work and planning session, held during the past week at the SEPCO III headquarters in Qingdao. Upon meeting the last of the conditions precedent, the JDA became unconditional and as a result it simultaneously also met all conditions to receive funding as provided for under the terms and conditions of the JDA (See RNS of 20 April 2015). During the work and planning session referred to above, Kibo and SEPCO III also finalised the work and implementation schedules to ensure the successful and timely delivery of a Bankable Feasibility Study for the MCPP can be achieved in accordance with the guidelines and objectives.
13-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
01-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Annual General Meeting of Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo") held on 1 July 2015 was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 13% of the shares in Kibo. All the resolutions proposed were approved and they will be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).
01-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
24-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has received positive preliminary results from an independent Airborne Geophysical Data Interpretation carried out over its Haneti project in central Tanzania. The interpretation used recently acquired high resolution data acquired from the Geological Survey of Tanzania (see RNS of the 13th March 2015). Data processing and interpretation was carried out by Spinifex Geophysics of Perth, Western Australia.



Highlights

*High resolution magnetic and gravity data show the interpreted aerial extent and geological structure of the Ni-Cu-PGM prospective Haneti-Itiso Ultramafic Complex (HIUC) confirming its continuity over 80 kilometres of strike length;

*A number of other areas have been identified within the HIUC showing similar magnetic and gravity signatures as the known ultramafic outcrops e.g. Mihanza and Mwaka Hills, and which can be confidently interpreted as new areas of sub-cropping ultramafic rocks and targets for follow up exploration;

*The interpretation results resolves some of the internal geological structure of the HIUC, showing it is comprised of a number of attenuated and folded ribbons of ultramafic rocks within the general granite-gneiss country rock which will assist geological interpretation and help focus exploration on areas with best potential; The interpretation has identified a new zone of ultramafic rocks over a strike length of approximately 30 km similar to the HIUC, which will be a new target zone for follow up exploration;



The results will allow Kibo to further rationalise the Haneti project by relinquishing areas where no ultramafic target rocks prospective for Ni-Cu-PGM style mineralisation are indicated.
23-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company announces in accordance with the terms of its Articles of Association, that it has today declared 4,090,000 Ordinary Shares ("Forfeited Shares") issued to XCAP Nominees Ltd. (XCAP"), a subsidiary of Hume Capital Ltd., on the 3rd March 2015, forfeited. The Forfeited Shares remained unpaid at the 22 June 2015 which was the final date advised to XCAP for receipt of funds by Kibo for the Forfeited Shares. The Forfeited Shares will now be placed in a company treasury account for disposal at a later date.



The table below shows the number of Kibo Shares issued and outstanding prior to and after the share Forfeiture process.

*Shares Issued - Outstanding -- Prior to Share Forfeiture: 328,898,757

*Shares Forfeited -- 4,090,000

*Kibo Shares Issued - Outstanding after Share Forfeiture -- 324,808,757 (and 4,090,000 ordinary shares held in Kibo treasury account)



An application has been made for the Forfeited Shares to be delisted from AIM and the JSE and this is expected to take place on 23 June 2015
18-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided the following update to the announcement it made on 25 March 2015, regarding the delayed receipt of the proceeds of its February placing, due to the fact that the Company's previous brokers Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital") had appointed administrators.



Kibo has been in regular contact with the joint special administrators of Hume Capital who have now confirmed that they are in the final stages of the administration process and anticipate disbursing client monies under administration in one lump sum payment by early September 2015. Kibo understands that substantially all of the GBP526 000.00 (representing the consideration for 10 520 000 Kibo shares which were to be issued to third party investors) which had been paid into Hume Capital's client money account, will be released to Kibo, less a small proportion representing costs of the administration.



Forfeiture procedure in respect of the approximately GBP204 000 (representing the consideration for 4 080 000 Kibo shares which were to be issued to Hume Capital's discretionary clients) for cancellation by the Company, as previously notified to the market, is also in an advanced stage and will be completed soon.
10-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
09-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
04-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc, the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, is pleased to announce that its full audited 12 month financial results for the period ending 31 December 2014 are now available on its website as part of its 2014 Annual Report and can be accessed on the following link Kibo Mining 2014 Annual Report ("2014 Annual Report) .



The 2014 Annual Report, which also contains the Company's Notice of AGM, is in the process of being printed and will be mailed to shareholders on or before the 5th June 2015. The Company's 2015 AGM will take place at 10 a.m. on Wednesday 1 July 2015 at the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

29-May-2015
(C)
Operating profit came in at GBP2.1 million (loss of GBP16.8 million). A net attributable profit of GBP2.1 million (loss of GBP15.6 million) was made, while headline loss per share came in at GBP0.018pps (loss of GBP0.007pps).



Dividends

There have been no dividends declared or paid during the current financial period.
26-May-2015
(Official Notice)
29-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that, following the announcement of the Joint Development Agreement ("JDA") with SEPCO III (RNS dated April 20, 2015), Kibo hosted SEPCO III for a successful country and project site visit to Tanzania, from 23 April 2015 until 27 April 2015.



Highlights

*First and strategically most important condition precedent in SEPCO III JDA fulfilled

*Project site visit completed successfully, with all visit objectives met



The SEPCO III site visit included a visit to the RCPP mine and power plant site and surrounding areas and fulfilled a key condition precedent to the JDA. The visit also included plenary meetings with the Minister for Energy and Minerals as well as senior officials of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals and related departments. The key objectives of the site visit were:

*To familiarise the SEPCOIII team with local in-country conditions and those related to operational and business conditions in Tanzania

*To physically visit the RCPP project site and to conduct an extensive on-site technical work shop

*To plan and finalize the scope of work required to successfully execute and complete Stage 2 of the RCPP Definitive Feasibility Study, i.e. delivery of an integrated Bankable Feasibility Study for the RCPP and

*To officially introduce SEPCO III to all the relevant Tanzanian Government departments and authorities as the Company's RCPP development partner



The SEPCO III delegation comprised a team of commercial, financial and engineering specialists who engaged in various work and planning sessions with the Company's RCPP technical team that included senior representatives from Minxcon Projects (Pty) Ltd., and Aurecon South Africa (Pty) Ltd., the two professional consulting companies responsible for conducting all the feasibility work done on the RCPP to date.
21-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce it has received commitments to a share placing of 25 000 000 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 in the capital of the company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Beaufort Securities Ltd., at a placing price of GBP6p per share (the "Placing Shares"), to raise gross proceeds of GBP1 500 000 before expenses (the "Placing").



Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 27 April 2015 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the company will have 328 238 757 shares in issue.
20-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that the Company has now signed a Joint Development Agreement ("JDA") in respect of the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP").



Highlights

* Joint Development Agreement signed for the Rukwa Coal to Power Project;

* Development partner confirmed as SEPCO III of QingDao, China, one of the world's largest and technically most experienced EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) organisations;

* SEPCO III to contribute up to USD3million towards completing remaining Definitive Feasibility Study work by October 2015;

* Upon successful completion of the Definitive Feasibility Study, the RCPP will be transferred into a Special Purpose Vehicle in which Kibo Mining will hold a minimum equity position of 85%, protecting and retaining maximum shareholder value in the RCPP as it develops;

* Under the agreement Kibo is also able to further release value in the SPV by part disposal of its interest. This will generate cash which can, if required, be used to fund any ongoing RCPP cost contribution, allowing the project to be operationally self-financing for Kibo;

* Financial Close for RCPP expected by December 2015, with construction mobilisation commencing during Quarter 1 of 2016

* Construction work expected to commence in Quarter 2 of 2016, with completion and first power delivered into the grid, expected by Quarter 1 2019.
16-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to confirm that it will be exhibiting and presenting at the UK Investor Show being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, on Saturday 18th April 2015 (8.40 am. to 5.15 p.m.). Details on the Investor Show can be found on the organiser's website: https://www.ukinvestorshow.com/ Kibo will have a stand at Stand F5, Fleming Room.



Kibo looks forward to outlining its plans for 2015 which the company anticipates will see significant value creation opportunities for investors. Investors wishing to view the company's corporate presentation which will be made at the conference can do so on the company's website: http://www.kibomining.com.
08-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
01-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
25-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, provides the following update to the announcement it made on 17 March 2015 regarding the delayed receipt of the proceeds of its recent placing due to the fact that Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital") had appointed administrators.



Kibo believes that, of the outstanding placing proceeds, GBP526,000 (representing the consideration for 10 520 000 Kibo shares which were to be issued to third party investors) which had been paid into Hume Capital's client money account, will be released to Kibo, as soon as practically possible under the procedures established by the FCA for such circumstances.



However Kibo understands that the balance of the placing consideration of approximately GBP204 000 (representing the consideration for 4 080 000 Kibo shares which were to be issued to Hume Capital's discretionary clients) is unlikely to be released to the company. The shares which were issued by Kibo in relation to this portion of the placing will likely be declared forfeit and cancelled by the company, as provided for by the company's Articles of Association.



Further information will be provided to investors as it becomes available to the company.
17-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining Plc ("Kibo" or the "Company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX:KBO) the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce the appointment of a new joint broker. Further to our announcement earlier today with regard to the position at Hume Capital, the board of Kibo have taken proactive steps to appoint a company joint broker, Beaufort Securities Ltd, with immediate effect. As an AIM listed company it is a requirement that we maintain a qualifying broker as an adviser to the Company and this step ensures the Company is in compliance with our listing requirements.



17-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining Plc ("Kibo" or the "Company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, notes the announcement made by its UK broker, Hume Capital Securities plc ("Hume Capital"), on 11 March 2015, of its intention to appoint an administrator under the Investment Bank Special Administration Regulations 2011 ("SAR"). The SAR regime will dictate the timing and manner in which client assets will be dealt with, although one of the objectives of the SAR is the return of client assets as soon as reasonably practicable. According to this announcement, Hume Capital or its administrators are not able to release client money it holds without first obtaining the consent of the Financial Conduct Authority.



Kibo announced a share placing of ?950,000 through Hume Capital on 2 March 2015 ("Placing"). To date, the Company has received ?219,500 of the gross proceeds of the Placing. Hume Capital has confirmed that the balance of ?730,500 payable to Kibo remains in Hume Capital's client money account. Hume Capital has been unable to provide a timeline for the expected release of the outstanding placing proceeds to Kibo. The Company's current cash balance is however sufficient to fund its ongoing activities for the short to medium term. The Directors will provide a further update once more information as to the timing for the release of the Placing proceeds from Hume Capital has been made available.
13-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM:KIBO; JSE AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce the company has commenced an Airborne Geophysical Data Review in respect of the company's Haneti Nickel Project.



Highlights

*Recently flown high resolution aerial geophysical survey data acquired from the Geological Survey of Tanzania for the Haneti project

*Detailed processing and interpretation of this data by a geophysical consultant experienced in Ni-Cu-PGM style mineralisation targeting, will now commence

*Result of the work will assist with regional geological interpretation, help generate additional target areas for Ni-Cu-PGM style mineralisation and contribute to a better understanding of existing drill targets on the project prior to drilling

*Data acquisition represents significant boost to exploration at Haneti as it represents a large cost saving relative to Kibo independently commissioning the flight survey.
10-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce positive findings from the Integrated Pre-Feasibility Study Report ("IPFS") for the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP").



Highlights:

* Coal Mining and Power Generation technical reports now consolidated into single project report for the RCPP;

* RCPP demonstrated to be robust at key consolidated financial, technical and operational levels;

* Significant upward scalability in respect of power station size and life as well as additional coal use opportunities;

* The IPFS report completes this key technical stage in the ongoing feasibility work on the RCPP, with confirmation of the indicative commercial value of the project.
02-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce it has received commitments to a share placing of 19 000 000 new ordinary shares of Euro. 0.015 in the capital of the company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Hume Capital Securities Plc, at a placing price of GBP5p per share (the "Placing Shares"), to raise gross proceeds of GBP950 000.00 before expenses (the "Placing").



Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 6 March 2015 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the company will have 303 238 757 shares in issue.
26-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
26-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
10-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
28-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Kibo would like to notify investors that the Company is presenting at the Proactive Investors Evening on Thursday 29 January 2015. Investors wishing to register for this event can do so using the following link: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/register/event_details/264



A copy of the updated Kibo corporate presentation to be used during the evening, will be uploaded to the Company's website at www.kibomining.com shortly after the presentation.
27-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
21-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
On the 14 January 2015, Kibo announced that it was proceeding to complete its Joint Venture (the "Completion") on Kibo's uranium-prospective portfolio in Tanzania ("Pinewood Portfolio") with Metal Tiger Plc ("Metal Tiger") under the terms of a memorandum of understanding signed on the 21 November 2014("the MOU").



Under the terms of the Completion and pursuant to the terms of the MOU, Kibo is pleased to announce it has now issued Metal Tiger with 10 million warrants for 10 million new ordinary shares in Kibo with an exercise price of 3 pence each and a term of three years effective from the 19 January 2015. Kibo has also received a formal exercise notice document from Metal Tiger to convert the warrants to ordinary shares (the "Warrant Shares") and payment of GBP300 000 in consideration for the Warrant Shares which the Company has today issued to Metal Tiger.



Application will be made for the Warrant Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Warrant Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 26 January 2015 ("Admission"). On Admission, the Company will have 284 238 757 Ordinary Shares in issue and 1 406 892 options - warrants outstanding. Following Admission Metal Tiger will be a significant shareholder in the Company with greater than a 3% interest.
19-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
14-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
31-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has appointed Saffery Champness Chartered Accountants ("Saffery Champness") as its new company auditor with immediate effect. Saffery Champness is replacing LHM Casey McGrath who has served as company auditor since the Company's inception in 2008.
30-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided shareholders with a summary of company operational activities during the final quarter of 2014.



Quarter highlights

* Completion of Concept Study Report (Stage 1, Phase 1 of the Definitive Mining Feasibility Study) for the Rukwa Mineral Resource;

* Completion of Power Pre-Feasibility Report for the Rukwa power plant;

* Completion of Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Imweru Gold Project; and

* Signing of Memorandum of Understanding for 50/50 joint venture on the Pinewood Uranium Project with Metal Tiger Plc ("Metal Tiger").
18-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
17-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
11-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
09-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce the findings from Phase 1, Stage 1 of the company commissioned Definitive Mining Feasibility Study (DMFS), concerning the mining element of the Rukwa Coal to Power Project (RCPP). The Executive Summary of the DMFS Phase 1, Stage 1 Report is available on Kibo's website at www.kibomining.com.



Key highlights

* Four alternative options identified for project development with the project financially feasible for all of the options investigated;

* Annual estimated coal sale revenues of between USD39million and USD43million assuming annual sales 1.6m tonnes;

* All-in Cost Margin ranges from 38% to 45%. Applying the aforementioned All - in Cost Margin, Kibo interprets that an annual margin of between USD14.8 million to USD19.4 million will be generated;

* Applying a real discount rate of 5.7% the best estimated Net Present Value ranges from USD116million to USD141million.
04-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc, the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to advise that the Company has received payment from Metal Tiger plc of ?150,000 in respect of the investment by Metal Tiger in 10,000,000 Kibo Mining plc ?0.015 ordinary shares (the "Subscription Shares"), as detailed in our announcement of 21 November 2014.



Application will be made for the Subscription Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Subscription Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 8 December 2014 ("Admission"). On Admission, the Company will have 274,238,757 Ordinary Shares in issue and 1,406,892 warrants outstanding. Following Admission Metal Tiger will hold 3.67% of the Company's issued share capital.

01-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to confirm that the final report for Phase 1, Stage 1 pertaining to the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP") Definitive Mining Feasibility Study has now been received by the company.



This study was commissioned by the company as outlined in our market announcement of 29 July 2014 and Kibo has previously advised investors that delivery of the Phase 1, Stage 1 report was expected by the end of November 2014.



Kibo is pleased that Minxcon Projects, its appointed independent consultant, has been able to deliver this key report on schedule and are grateful for the diligence and professionalism it has shown during the course of its work.



The company is also extremely pleased to confirm that the findings of the report, notably in respect of the anticipated deliverable margin per tonne, and overall estimated profitability of the coal mining element of the RCPP, are significantly ahead of the company's earlier expectations.



As a result Kibo can confidently say that the robustness and attractiveness of the coal mining element and the wider RCPP have been ratified and further enhanced with the findings of this report.



The company is currently examining the report in detail and preparing an update for shareholders that will include an operational project summary and key financial data. Kibo is looking to expedite this review and anticipate releasing this update very shortly.



Alongside the Definitive Mining Feasibility Study, the company is also undertaking a Power Pre-Feasibility Study for the RCPP mine mouth power station. This report is progressing very well and is also expected to be received shortly and on schedule. Kibo will provide investors with a separate update when it has received this study.



Kibo can also confirm that the company's Preliminary Economic Assessment with respect to the Imweru gold project, is also progressing very well and will be delivered on schedule. Again, Kibo will provide investors with an update when we have received this study.
26-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, would like to advise investors that the company has updated its corporate website which can be viewed at www.kibomining.com.



The update forms part of the company's policy to enhance investor and public relations to ensure updated and incisive information is available to the market.



Kibo will keep the website updated with operational progress which in the very near term will include Mining and Power Generation Pre-Feasibility study related reports for the Rukwa Coal to Power project (RCPP) and also the Preliminary Economic Assessment Study at the Imweru Gold project in the Lake Victoria Goldfields.
21-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
19-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, herein announces that it has issued 1 750 000 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 ("Ordinary Shares") at 1.5p per share (the "Settlement Shares") for cash, to settle an invoice in respect of advisory services to the company for a total cost of GBP26 250. These services comprise investor relations and corporate strategy consultancy work.



Application will be made for the Settlement Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 27 November 2014 ("Admission"). On Admission, the company will have 264 238 757 Ordinary Shares in issue.
12-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce it will be presenting to investors at the MiningMaven Investor Evening in London on Thursday 13th November 2014. This presentation will be made available from Kibo's website. Shareholders and investors wishing to attend this evening may register free of charge at the event website:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/miningmaven-investor-evening-mosman-oil-gas-ecr-minerals- kibo-mining-registration-9994274143



In addition, the company would also draw attention to a Letter to Shareholders from the Company Chief Executive Officer Louis Coetzee, which provides a comprehensive update on the company's principle activities and interests. This letter will be made available shortly on the home page of the company's website at http://kibomining.com/uf//Letter to Shareholders v3.0_11-11-2014.pdf
10-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that it has appointed Aurecon (www.aurecongroup.com) to conduct a Pre-Feasibility Study ("PPFS") on the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP") 300MW power plant.



Commencement of the PPFS is a very important milestone in the RCPP as it marks the stage where feasibility work has progressed sufficiently to allow the integrated feasibility study, i.e. mining and power, to henceforth continue concurrently.



The PPFS will cover the conventional pre-feasibility elements associated with a power plant feasibility study, as well as assessing certain key parameters required for planning of the definitive power feasibility study on the Rukwa power plant.
28-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that technical work for Phase 1 Stage 1 of the Rukwa DMFS has been completed ahead of schedule. The Company is now awaiting the final technical report which is expected to be ready by the end of November 2014. The positive results obtained from the work done on the Rukwa DMFS to date has prompted the Company to immediately proceed with the Pre-Feasibility Study for the 300 MW coal fired power plant included in the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP"). The Pre-Feasibility Study on the power plant will be conducted in two Phases. Phase 1 of the Pre-Feasibility Study is expected to be completed by the end of November, allowing the Company to deliver a comprehensive, fully integrated, independent Scoping Study (i.e. mining and power) for the RCPP, by early December 2014.
14-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
10-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
In Kibo's announcement of 31 July 2014 "Kibo Mining Plc Results of Annual General Meeting and Completion of Placing Announced on 14 July 2014", it was disclosed that Louis Coetzee, Kibo's CEO, held 7 133 284 shares in the Company following his participation in this placing of 1 533 381 shares. This disclosure was incorrect and Mr Coetzee in fact held 5 876 998 shares in the Company following his participation in the placing at 14 July 2014.



As disclosed on 8 October 2014, following his participation in the placing announced on that day of 888 998 shares, Mr Coetzee now holds 6 765 996 shares in Kibo. He has not disposed of any of the Kibo shares he holds in the Company during the period between 31st July and 8th October.
09-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Highlights

*Initial financial modelling confirms robust project economics;

*Continuous surface mining technology is expected to result in reduced direct mining costs. Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo" or the "Company"), the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, is pleased to announce positive first key financial indicators for the Rukwa Coal Mine, produced from the feasibility work done thus far. Initial financial modelling based on conventional mining methods indicates:

*Capital expenditure well below initial estimates;

*Attractive rates of investment return over life of mine;

*Short indicative capital payback period;

*Direct mining cost estimate of between USD1.60/t - USD1.90/t



A preliminary investigation into continuous surface mining as a possible replacement to traditional coal seam mining through blasting and drilling, on which all modelling has been done thus far, is expected to bring about significant reductions in direct mining costs. Continuous surface mining is also expected to provide the following additional advantages:

*Fast, precision mining of the coal seam; and

*Reduction in crushing requirement.

08-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce it has received commitments to a share placing of 57 048 352 new ordinary shares of Eur. 0.015 in the capital of the company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Hume Capital Securities Plc and River Capital Partners LTD, at a placing price of GBP1.5p per share (the "Placing Shares"), to raise gross proceeds of GBP855 725 before expenses (the "Placing"). Kibo's directors and senior management are participating in the Placing for a cumulative amount of GBP55 725 and will be participating on the same terms as other investors.



The directors' shareholding in the company before and after the Placing is detailed in the relevant SENS note.



Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 14 October 2014 ("Admission"). On completion of Admission the company will have 262 488 757 shares in issue.
29-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo Moves Closer to Finalising Key Commercial Agreements for Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP")



Highlights

* Agreement reached on terms of reference for development of Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") and Grid Connection Agreement ("GCA");

* Agreement reached on initial heads of terms for Coal Sale Agreement ("CSA"); and

* Detailed financial modelling of Rukwa Coal Mine commences.



Kibo the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, is pleased to announce the latest progress with regard to the work undertaken during Phase 1, Stage 1, of the Rukwa Definitive Mine Feasibility Study ("DMFS"). After completion of a base case mining model, which confirmed that the Rukwa Coal Mine can be mined efficiently and within acceptable cost parameters, the study has entered the final part of Phase 1, Stage 1, still slightly ahead of schedule. Current study work is focussed on scheduling and integrating the conceptual mine, engineering, processing and infrastructure designs into a financial model that will establish the initial capital and operating expenditures for the mine development.



The rapid progress and positive results from the DMFS work completed to date, have also enabled the Company to further engage with the relevant Tanzanian Government Departments and Utilities to agree the terms of reference within which the PPA, GCA and other related ancillary agreements will be developed and finalized. Over the course of the past week (22 - 26 September 2014) these terms of reference were finalized, following a week of very successful and constructive discussions with the relevant Tanzanian Government stakeholders. The heads of terms for the CSA between Rukwa Coal LTD and Rukwa Power LTD were also finalized during this period.



26-Sep-2014
(C)
An operating loss of GBP 1.1 million (GBP1.5 million) was recorded. A net attributable loss of GBP1.1 million (GBP689 710) was made and headline loss per share decreased to GBP0.68pp (GBP1.62pps).

18-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced further progress made in the development of Phase 1, Stage 1, of the Rukwa DMFS. After confirmation of initial assumptions, the establishment of a mining base case and mine design criteria, the study focused on assessing and confirming a conceptual mine plan. The most important results from this work were confirmation of:

* Run of Mine (ROM) at 120 Ktpm;

* Stripping ratio at 4.0 (BCM/t);



Confirmation of these critical factors therefore demonstrates that Rukwa can be mined efficiently and within previously reported cost parameters. This will be achieved by mining the pit from two starter pits (or box cuts), allowing advances on four benches (faces) and four directions along strike simultaneously. This arrangement will provide considerable flexibility in the mine plan and setup and also allow for mine waste to be deposited in the pit, significantly cutting down on hauling cost and eventual rehabilitation cost.
09-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
02-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
21-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Updates on Progress with Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP") Definitive Mining Feasibility Study ("DFS").

* Phase 1 of Stage 1 of the DFS fully underway;

* Initial benchmarks met;

* Discussions on power coal and connection agreements progressing;



The initial focus of the DFS was to test the key benchmark assumptions that will determine the economic viability of the Rukwa coal mine, as a long-term reliable coal supplier to the planned 300MW mine mouth Rukwa Power Station. To date the following key benchmark assumptions have been subjected to a first pass assessment and delivered positive results, justifying further definitive feasibility work:

* Excellent potential to mine the Rukwa deposit successfully and economically, based on current coal quantity and quality;

* Suitable calorific values to match the fuel requirements for the planned Rukwa Power Plant;

* Acceptable ash and volatile matter content;

* Early principle decision that it will not be necessary to subject the coal feed to the Rukwa Power Plant to a washing process. (A final decision in this regard will follow upon completion of advanced feasibility work);

* Sufficient coal in the current Mineral Resource, to sustain the Rukwa Power Plant for a period of up to 40 years.
31-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Annual General Meeting of Kibo, held on 30 July 2014, was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 21% of the shares in Kibo. All the resolutions proposed were approved and they will be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).



The Company has also delivered the balance of shares to placees from its share placing announced on the 14th July 2014 (the "Placing") by the allotment of 7 285 714 shares of which 5 714 285 shares have been taken up by Kibo directors on the same terms as other investors. Application will be made for these 7 285 714 shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets and trading is expected to begin on or about 6th August 2014. Following Admission, the Company will have 205 440 405 shares in issue.
29-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo Announces Commencement of Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP") Definitive Mining Feasibility Study



*Kibo appoints Minxcon Projects to conduct RCPP definitive mining feasibility study ("DMFS")

*RCPP DMFS to commence immediately with Stage 1

*Stage 1 of DMFS to be completed by November 2014.

*Integrated RCPP feasibility study commences simultaneously

*In principle agreement on Joint Development Partnership for RCPP



Kibo Mining plc ("Kibo" or the "Company") (AIM: KIBO; AltX: KBO), the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce that it has appointed Minxcon Projects (www.minxcon.co.za), to conduct a DMFS for the RCPP coal mine, thereby officially commencing with the RCPP integrated feasibility study, which will cover development of both the coal mine and co-located thermal power plant. Stage 1 of the DMFS is expected to be completed by November 2014. Stage 1 will cover the conventional pre-feasibility elements associated with a coal mine feasibility study, as well as assessing certain key mining parameters required for the planning of the definitive feasibility study on the Rukwa power plant. The integrated RCPP feasibility study involves the sequential implementation, parallel execution and subsequent integration of the DMFS and definitive power feasibility study ("DPFS"). As part of Stage 1 of the DMFS, the Rukwa Executive Management Team will, over the next four months, also settle the heads of terms for the following key commercial agreements in the RCPP:

*Power Purchase Agreement

*Coal Sale Agreement

*Grid Connection Agreement



During the past month the Company also reached an in principle agreement on the definitive terms and conditions for a joint development partnership in the RCPP. The Company however decided to defer signing of the joint development agreement until completion of Stage 1 of the DMFS. Upon completion of Stage 1 of the DMFS, which will amongst others assess most of the key commercial assumptions in the RCPP, the Company expects to conclude the joint development agreement on more favourable commercial terms. Given these developments and the advanced status of the RCPP, Minxcon have agreed to conduct Stage 1 of the MPFS on a contingency arrangement with the Company.
14-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to announce it has received commitments to a share placing of 34 285 714 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 in the capital of the company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Hume Capital Securities Plc, at a placing price of 1.75p per share (the "Placing Shares"), to raise gross proceeds of GBP600 000 before expenses (the "Placing"). All of Kibo's directors are participating in the Placing for a cumulative amount of GBP100 000, and will be participating on the same terms as other investors. A subsequent announcement of their relevant changes in interests will be made once allocations have been finalised.



As the company does not currently have sufficient issued authorised capital to accommodate the full Placing, which was oversubscribed, the delivery of shares to the value of GBP127 500 (approximately 7 285 714 shares) will be deferred until after the company's AGM to be held on the 30th July 2014, where a resolution to increase the company's authorised share capital is included for approval. The shares to be issued to directors will all be included in this deferred amount.



Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in 27 000 000 of the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 20 July 2014 ("First Admission"). On completion of First Admission the company will have 198 154 691 shares in issue. Contingent on passing of the resolution to increase the company's authorised share capital at its AGM on the 30th July 2014, the delivery of the balance of the Placing Shares, in the amount of 7 285 714, to subscribers and admission of these share, trading on AIM and the JSE is expected to occur on or about 6th August 2014. Following the issue of this balance, the company will have 205 440 405 shares in issue.
07-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that its Annual Report has now been posted to Shareholders. The Annual Report is also available on the Company's website and can be accessed on the following link Kibo Mining 2013 Annual Report. As previously announced, the Company's 2014 AGM will take place at 11 a.m. on Wednesday 30 July 2014; at the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.
30-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc , the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania is pleased to announce that its full audited 12 month financial results for the period ending 31 December 2013 are now available on its website and can be accessed on the following link Kibo Mining 2013 Annual Financial Statements.



The Company?s Annual Report, which contains these financial statements and Notice of AGM, is in the process of being printed and will be mailed to shareholders on or before the 4th July 2014. The Company?s 2014 AGM will take place at 11 a.m. on Wednesday 30 July 2014 at the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, St Stephen?s Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.

27-Jun-2014
(C)
Operating loss widened to GBP16.8 million (loss of GBP4.5 million). A net attributable loss of GBP15.6 million (loss of GBP4.5 million) was made and headline loss per share came in at GBP0.007pps (loss of GBP0.12pps).



Dividends

There have been no dividends declared or paid during the current financial period.









27-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo ("company") the Tanzania focussed mineral exploration and development company is pleased to provide a Shareholder Update for Q1 2014.



Highlights during Q1 2014

* Negotiations with potential joint development partners on the Rukwa Coal to Power Project ("RCPP") have progressed to an advanced stage and will be a major value catalyst for the RCPP and Kibo once a final decision on a suitable partner is reached.

* Completion of a revised resource estimate for the Imweru gold project following a successful phase 1 drilling programme in late 2013 (See RNS dated February 24, 2014, titled "Technical Report on the Imweru Gold Project Confirms Resource Upside Potential")

* Completion of comprehensive technical report at Haneti based on the results of the 2013 JV funded programme which has confirmed the enhanced nickel-PGM, gold and newly discovered lithium potential of the project.

* Appointment of new Financial Director to the company

* Successful equity placing under difficult market conditions completed with GBP750 000 raised to part fund the next phase of drilling at Imweru and for general working purposes.
02-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo confirmed that it will be exhibiting and presenting at the UK Investor Show being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, on Saturday 5th April 2014. Details on the Investor Show can be found on the organiser's website: http://www.geiicc.co.uk. Kibo will have a stand at Stand W32, Whittle Room. The directors of Kibo advised that the registered office address for the Company is 27 Hatch Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland.
31-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced it has received commitments to a share placing of 30 038 000 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 in the capital of the company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Hume Capital Securities Plc at a placing price of GBP2.5p per share (the "Placing Shares"), to raise gross proceeds of GBP750 950 before expenses (the "Placing"). The funds raised will primarily be used to initiate a Phase 2 drilling programme at its Imweru gold exploration property in Tanzania as well as for general working capital purposes.



Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around 7 April 2014 ("Admission"). On Admission the Company will have 171 154 691 shares in issue.
17-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
24-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo has received an independent JORC-compliant resource report ("the Report") for its Imweru project, located in the prolific Lake Victoria Goldfields of northern Tanzania. The Report incorporates the results from the Company's recently announced Phase 1 drilling results at Imweru (refer to previous RNS dated 14 January 2014). The Report was prepared by Canadian consultancy group Tetra Tech EBA on behalf of the Company, and contains the following key data:

* 39% increase in total estimated combined Indicated and Inferred gold resource ounces to 426 000 oz (12.3 million tonnes at 1.08 g/t, 0.4 g/t cut-off) over the previous estimate for the Imweru Central Mineralised Zone ("ICMZ") where the recent drilling was carried out

* 24% of the 426 000 oz newly estimated total gold resource at IMCZ is now categorised in the higher confidence Indicated category, with the remaining 323 000 oz. (9.6 million tonnes at 1.05 g/t, 0.4 g/t cut-off) in the Inferred category

* Total estimated Indicated and Inferred gold resource at Imweru now stands at 550 000 oz. (15.0 million tonnes at 1.14 g/t, 0.4 g/t cut-off)

* Improved understanding of the shear hosted gold mineralisation at Imweru. Phase 1 drilling highlights significant potential to increase the quantity and quality of the resource

* Additional high priority gold drill targets identified from review of the Company's extended ground holding in the Geita region.
14-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that its board of directors has approved the appointment of Mr. Andreas Lianos as an Executive Director of the company.



The appointment is effective from 1 March 2014.
23-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the diversified mineral exploration and development company, developing an advanced stage coal resource and coal fired power plant in Tanzania, alongside fully owned gold, nickel, and uranium projects, provided the comprehensive Shareholder Update in the relevant SENS note.
14-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has now received all Phase 1 drilling results from its Imweru project, located in the Lake Victoria Goldfields of northern Tanzania. The drill programme which was completed in late November 2013, comprised 21 drill holes for a combined total of 3 265 m of reverse circulation (RC) and diamond drilling (DD).
19-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
13-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
05-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, announces that it has moved back to having a 100% interest in the Haneti nickel-PGM project, after Votorantim Meta?s Participa??es Ltda (Votorantim) opted out of the joint venture with Kibo, through which it was earning into the Haneti project by funding exploration work. Votorantim's decision followed a strategic review of its Southern Africa exploration operations.
04-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced it has completed the Imweru Drill programme in the Lake Victoria Region, Tanzania. The planning and mobilization of a two phase exploration drilling programme at Imweru started on 14 October 2013, with drilling on Phase 1 commencing on 1 November 2013 and finishing on November, 27 2013. The programme was completed 15 days ahead of schedule, within budget and with a 100% safety record over the period of operations.
19-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
28-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has commenced a 3 000 m drill programme at its Imweru project in northern Tanzania. The project is located in the gold prolific Lake Victoria Goldfield and is situated approximately 35 km west of and along strike of AngloGold Ashanti's world class Geita deposits which have an estimated pre-mining gold endowment of
23 M oz @ 4g/t. Imweru, together with Lubando (approximately 35 km East of Geita) contain a total gold resource of 797 900 oz and are two brownfield exploration projects recently acquired by the Company.



The drill programme at Imweru will comprise approximately 750 meters of diamond drilling and 2 250 meters of reverse circulation drilling (total 3 000 meters) in 20 holes and has been designed to further evaluate the gold mineralized zones identified by previous operators on the project. These mineralized zones extend over 10 km along strike and have been drilled to a maximum depth of about 200 meters.
08-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "Company") the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, is pleased to announce key internal and external appointments to implement and manage the three stage Rukwa Development Program, recently approved by the Kibo board of Directors. The Rukwa Development Program (RDP) is the product of extensive consultation and discussion with the Tanzanian Government, East West Power Company ("EWP") of Korea and Standard Bank Group ("Standard Bank") and will be implemented to accelerate development of its flagship Rukwa Coal to Power project ("RCPP").



Management Team

The Rukwa Executive Management Team ("REMT") has been formed comprising Kibo CEO, Louis Coetzee and Kibo COO, Louis Scheepers, along with external appointees, Roy Adair and Casper Van Wyk. Mr Louis Coetzee will chair the REMT whilst Mr Roy Adair will assume the position of Program Executive in the REMT, with executive responsibility for the implementation and execution of the RDP.



All appointees bring a mix of skills and experience across the fields of executive leadership, project management, corporate finance and global energy development required to advance the project as it now enters the feasibility study stage.



Mr Adair has successfully served as CEO of a number of energy companies in the last 20 years including Hydro Tasmania (Pty) Ltd., Senoko Power Ltd. and Yallourn energy. In his most recent role as CEO of Hydro Tasmania (Pty) Ltd., he was responsible for the operation of a USD5 billion business in the Tasmanian electricity market. Mr Van Wyk brings vast experience in corporate finance and corporate structuring to the REMT.



Financial Adviser

Appointment In addition to the appointment of the REMT, Kibo has entered a 12 month, fixed term Financial Advisory mandate with Standard Bank, whereby Standard Bank will assist the REMT with:

*The development and delivery of a financial model for the RCPP; and

*The strategic planning and development of a robust project development and financing strategy for the RCPP.



The engagement letter also grants Standard Bank an unconditional and irrevocable right of first refusal to upon completion of the 12 month fixed term mandate:

*Act as Mandated Lead Arranger for any debt financing required by the RDPP and/or

*Act as retained Lead Financial Advisor to the RCPP
01-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo, the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, announce that it has issued 2 356 548 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 at GBP5p per share (the "placing shares") for cash, to settle all currently outstanding creditors. With the issue of these shares the board is pleased to announce that the company has no outstanding debt or creditors.



Application will be made for the placing shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the placing shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around the 7 October 2013.
30-Sep-2013
(C)
Due to Kibo's change in year-end from September to December each year, the company's latest interim results are incomparable to any prior financial results. An operating loss of GBP1.5 million was recorded. A net attributable loss of GBP689 710 was made and a headline loss per share came in at GBP1.62pps.



Outlook

Initial exploration phase at Haneti under the Votorantim joint venture nears completion with drilling anticipated to commence early next year; Negotiation with EWP on the Rukwa Coal to Power project progressed as the Company continues to win support from stakeholders and investors within and outside Tanzania; Company acquires two new gold projects, Imweru and Lubando, with established gold resources which will be the focus of a drilling programme currently planned for early in 2014; Successful capital re-organization and recent fund raisings puts the Company in good stead to advance work on key projects.

16-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to announce that it has received encouraging gold-in-stream geochemical results from sampling carried out earlier this year at its Morogoro North project. Results for three out of the four Prospecting Licenses (PLs) show strong anomalous gold values at a number of sample locations and up to a maximum of 0.108 ppm on PL 2250/09. The Company considers these results (see detail discussion below) to be very encouraging and they provide attractive target areas for follow up work. The sampled PLs are all located 60 km to 100 km East of East Africa Metal?s (formerly Canaco Resources) Magambazi Deposit within similar geology comprising amphibolites and biotite gneisses of high metamorphic grade. The published gold resource for Magambazi (Source: East Africa Metal?s website) is 15.2 Mt @ 1.48 grams per tonne (721,300 ounces) in the Indicated category and 6.7 million tones @ 1.36 grams per tonne (292,400 ounces) in the Inferred category.



The stream sampling results being reported are from samples taken as part of Kibo?s Stage 1 exploration programme at its Morogoro North project carried out in late 2012 and early 2013. The Company has already reported the stream sampling results for PLs 6717/2010 and 6598/2010 in the southern part of the project (Gairo and Berega Blocks) as part of its exploration updates (RNS releases) of 21 June and 14 November 2012 respectively.
11-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc , the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold, nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania, is pleased to announce that following further significant institutional demand for the Company's shares it has raised an additional GBP500,000, before expenses, through the issue of 10,000,000 new ordinary shares of Eur0.015 (Ordinary Shares) at 5p per share (the Placing Shares) via its UK broker, XCAP Securities plc.



The additional funds raised will be used to further supplement the Company's exploration programmes in Tanzania and for general working capital purposes. Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around the 18 September 2013 ("Admission"). On Admission, the Company will have 138,760,143 Ordinary Shares in issue.



In addition, all exploration costs relating to the Company's Haneti Nickel PGMs and Gold project are being covered by Votorantim under our Joint Venture Agreement. As announced on 9th September, our work programme at Haneti is on track and generating very valuable and encouraging data. The Company is also in very advanced discussions with our Korean partners EWP, on the further development of the Rukwa Coal to Power Project (RCPP) and we hope to update the market shortly in this regard. Latest developments have shown a keen interest for participation in the RCPP from potential funding institutions, as well as growing support from key stakeholders.



09-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided a further interim operational update of its Tanzanian Haneti Joint Venture Project, which is being funded by its joint venture partner, Votorantim Metais. This update reports on project activities for the period since the last RNS, and ending August 31, 2013. The current soil sampling and mapping work is focused on metamorphosed ultramafic rocks which are targets for nickel, gold and platinum group metal element ("PGE") mineralization. Previous sampling and mapping programmes identified anomalous nickel and gold grades and the current sampling programme is intended to provide additional detailed surface geochemical data to support and confirm the final selection of locations for initial test drilling, in the absence of sufficient surface geology that will normally aid in determining these decisions. The discoveries of new ultramafic outcrops, the additional information gained from the geological mapping programme and the latest geochemical soil sampling results have added significantly to the understanding of the geology of the project. Specifically, at Mwaka and Mihanza the latest soil geochemical results together with previous soil geochemical, trenching and geophysical results have confirmed these prospects as initial priority drill targets.
30-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has received commitments to a share placing of 22 100 000 new ordinary shares of EUR0.015 in the capital of the Company with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, XCAP Securities plc at a placing price of 5p per share (the "Placing Shares") to raise gross proceeds of GBP1 105 000 before expenses (the "Placing"). The funds raised will be applied towards the Company's exploration programmes in Tanzania and for general working capital purposes. Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and the JSE AltX markets. Trading in the Placing Shares is expected to commence on AIM and the JSE on or around the 6th September 2013 ("Admission"). On Admission the Company will have 128 760 143 shares in issue.
13-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
01-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining Plc (the "Company") wishes to advise that Northland Capital Partners Limited (Northland) will no longer act as joint broker to the company effective immediately. XCAP Securities plc is now the company's sole corporate broker under AIM Rules. The company wishes to thank Northland for the assistance it has provided the Company over the last 14 months.

31-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the annual general meeting of Kibo held on 31 July 2013 was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 36.6%% of the shares in Kibo. All the resolutions proposed were approved by the requisite number of shareholders and will, where necessary, be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).

31-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining PLC, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, is pleased to provide an interim operational update of its Tanzanian Haneti Joint Venture Project, which is being funded by its joint venture partner, Votorantim. During the period since the last RNS, and ending July 25, 2013, work on the Haneti Exploration Programme progressed extremely well. The current mapping and soil sampling work is focused on metamorphosed ultramafic rocks which are targets for nickel, gold and platinum group metal element (PGE) mineralisation. Prior sampling identified anomalous nickel and gold grades and the current sampling programme is intended to provide more detailed surface geochemical data ahead of the prioritisation of locations for initial drilling. The progress thus far can be summarised as follows:



The planned soil sampling programme is 86% complete, with just a total of 332 samples left to be collected

*Soil sampling programme at Mwaka Hill : Completed ( 844 samples)

*Soil sampling programme at Mihanza : Completed (359 samples)

*The soil sampling programme at Kwahemu Sanato Yobo is making good progress with a total of 992 samples collected for the period.



Two new ultramafic outcrops were identified, between Mwaka and Kwahemu confirming strike continuation of the ultramafic rocks between these two targets. The despatch of samples in batches to the laboratory continues.



Planned work for the coming weeks:

*The soil sampling programme at Kwahema ? Sanato ? Yoba to be completed.

*Detailed mapping of the Mindii Kwahemu trend.

*Continuation of regional mapping of exploration and strategic targets.

*Further consignments of samples to be despatched to the analysis laboratory in Mwanza. Prepare for sampling of the newly identified ultramafic bodies by the reconnaissance and planning of soil lines.
18-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Korean East-West Power Co. Ltd. ("EWP") on the Rukwa Coal to Power Project.



This follows the company's announcement of the 24th April 2013 on the selection of EWP as its preferred strategic partner to jointly develop a 300-350 megawatt mouth-of-mine thermal coal plant based on its Rukwa coal deposit in southern Tanzania. The MOU provides for the general terms of the partnership including terms on the scope of co-operation, sharing of information and confidentiality. This MOU is a major step towards finalizing the formal joint venture agreement between the parties which is scheduled to be completed following a site visit and technical due diligence by EWP at the beginning of August 2013.



EWP is a global power producer owned by the Korean Government and it currently owns and operates power plants in Korea with a total generation capacity of 8 816 megawatts. EWP has extensive experience and expertise in the power generation business and is currently also actively engaged in developing and operating power plants in more than 10 countries including the United States of America, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
11-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided shareholders with an interim operational update of its Tanzanian Haneti Joint Venture Project, which is being funded by its joint venture partner, Votorantim.



During the first three weeks of work on the Haneti Exploration Programme, primary attention was given to undertaking a comprehensive soil geochemical sampling programme over key target areas. Sampling commenced at the Mwaka hill target with a single sample team on an altered serpentitite body (approx. 2km x 1km) identified from previous exploration. The serpentinite represents metamorphosed ultramafic rocks which are targets for nickel, gold and platinum group metal element ("PGE") mineralisation. Prior sampling at Mwaka identified anomalous nickel and gold grades (93m at 0.4% Ni in trenching and up to over a 1000 ppb gold in soils) and the current sampling programme is intended to provide more detailed surface geochemical data ahead of the prioritisation of locations for initial drilling.



For the period ending 25 June, a total of 238 samples were collected on Mwaka. A second and possibly a third sampling team will be deployed during July 2013 to cover other priority targets along the Haneti ultramafic complex. The agreed soil sampling method and procedure was confirmed with the JV partners during a Votorantim site visit on 26 June 2013.



The geological mapping program, as part of the 2013 exploration field programme, commenced with several reconnaissance visits to the main target areas. Two detailed lines were mapped on Mwaka and Mihanza for orientation purposes as well as to confirm historic mapping. First pass visits to Mindii and Zoani hills were also completed. A total of 76 rock samples were collected for multi-element analyses as part of the mapping programme thus far. First laboratory results are expected from the end of August onwards.
08-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announced that its AGM will be held in the Conrad Hotel, Earlsfort Terrace, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2 on Wednesday 31 July 2013 at 2 p.m. A notice of AGM was included on the Annual Report which has been posted to shareholders and is now also available on the company's website.



Kibo also announced that Mr Cecil Bond and Mr Bernard Poznanski have informed the company that they will not be offering themselves for re-election to the board at the forthcoming AGM and shall be retiring from the board with effect from the date of the AGM. Both gentlemen were appointed to the board following the company's acquisition of Mzuri Energy Ltd. and Mayborn Resource Investments (Pty) Ltd. in 2012, in order to facilitate the smooth integration of these two companies into the Kibo group.
01-Jul-2013
(C)
Due to Kibo's change in year-end from September to December each year, the company's latest final results are incomparable to any prior financial results. An operating loss of GBP4.5 million of was recorded. A net attributable loss of GBP4.5 million was made and the basic loss per share came in at GBP0.83pps, or a loss of GBP12.42pps after the adjustment for the 1:15 share consolidation that the company undertook.



Outlook

The Rukwa project is substantially more advanced than Kibo's existing exploration projects, with a significant Mineral Resource of thermal coal already defined. The project enjoys strong support expressed by the Tanzanian Government for the expedited development of a coal mine and mine-mouth coal-fired power plant.



Kibo's objective is to build shareholder value in a sustainable manner. This objective will be pursued primarily through active exploration of its own projects and by using the company's experience in Tanzania to acquire attractive exploration and development assets on competitive terms that can be moved swiftly up the value curve by using the company's own skills base whilst also seeking to benefit from strategic collaborative relationships with industry leaders who have special skills and competencies within their chosen fields of focus. Kibo will undertake continual risk assessment of its projects and take whatever actions it believes are necessary to ensure that these risks are mitigated.
19-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*Phase 1 of 2013 Haneti JV field exploration program in progress

*Samples already produced and prepared for laboratory analysis

*First batch of samples delivered on Tuesday 18 June

*Initial results expected by end of August 2013
03-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
26-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") announced that pursuant to the previously announced standby equity distribution agreement ("SEDA") dated 14 August 2012 between the company and YA Global Master SPV Ltd. ("YA Global") the company has issued 1 067 174 ordinary shares of EUR0.015 each in the capital of the company (the "Shares") at an issue price of GBP5.073p to YA Global. These Shares are being issued under the terms of a loan and special advance under the SEDA established by a Letter of Agreement dated 2nd April 2013. The Shares have been issued as payment of GBP54 137.75 to YA Global pursuant to an initial drawdown of GBP50 000 under the SEDA and payment of GBP4 137.75 being the outstanding balance of the implementation fee due under the SEDA. The Shares will rank pari passu with the company's existing issued Ordinary Shares.



Application will be made for the Shares to be admitted to trading on both the AIM and JSE AltX markets with trading in the new Shares expected to commence on AIM on or about 2nd May 2013,



Following the issue of the Shares the company's total issued share capital will be 106 660 143 Ordinary Shares of EUR0.015 each. In accordance with the Financial Services Authority Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the company has 106 660 143 Ordinary Shares of EUR0.015 each in issue, each share carrying the right to one vote. The company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury.



The above figure of 106 660 143 Ordinary Shares may be used by Shareholders in the company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the company under the Financial Service Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
24-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
The board of Kibo Mining Plc report that, pursuant to the decision by the Tanzanian Government to include the Company's Rukwa Coal to Power Project as a key component of the Tanzanian National Energy Strategy (NES), it has now concluded its selection of Korean East-West Power Co. Ltd (EWP) as the preferred strategic participant in the Rukwa Coal to Power Project and negotiations are currently under way towards finalizing a formal joint venture agreement between the parties.



The company has also now received the consent of EWP to disclose:

*EWP's previously confidential letter of intent dated 21 February 2013 confirming its intention to participate in the Company?s Rukwa Coal to Power Project; and

*the disclosure by the parties of EWP's stated intent to the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) and the Tanzanian Electricity Supply Commission (TANESCO) prior to the Project?s inclusion in the NES.



EWP is a global power producer owned by the Korean Government and it currently owns and operates power plants in Korea with a total generation capacity of 8,816MW. EWP has extensive experience and expertise in the power generation business and is currently also actively engaged in developing and operating power plants in more than 10 countries including the United States of America, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam.



Placing

The board of Kibo is also pleased to announce that it has received commitments to a share placing to raise GBP780,000, before expenses, (the Placing) through the issue of 19,500,000 new ordinary shares of Eur0.015 (Ordinary Shares) at 4p per share (the Placing Shares). The net proceeds of the Placing will be used by the Company to undertake the scoping study at Rukwa as the Company looks to complete the joint venture agreement between parties. Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM and dealings are expected to commence on 1 May 2013 (Admission). On Admission, the Company will have 105,592,969 Ordinary Shares in issue

10-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company"), the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, reported that all outstanding conditions precedent (See RNS dated 4 December 2012) to the joint venture agreement ("Joint Venture") with Brazilian Votorantim Meta?s Participa??es Ltda, a member of Votorantim Group, ("Votorantim") to conduct a joint further exploration work program on its Haneti properties ("Haneti Project") prospective for nickel and other base and precious metals have now been fulfilled.



First Joint Venture draw down approved, commencement of work program

The first drawdown against the GBP2.7 million funding package to be provided by Votorantim for the agreed work program on the Haneti Project has now been approved, and fieldwork will commence forthwith. It is the intention of the Joint Venture to direct the work program with a view to establishing a JORC compliant mineral resource at Haneti, where after the Joint Venture will consider the further development of the project on the merits of the exploration results achieved.
25-Mar-2013
(Permanent)
Kibo undertook a 1:15 share consolidation on Monday, 25 March 2013. All relevant historical data has been adjusted.
22-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that all resolutions at its Extraordinary General Meeting held on 22 March 2013 were approved by shareholders. All the resolutions were carried by 99.98% of votes cast by proxy and by those shareholders in attendance at the meeting. Kibo will now proceed to effect the capital reorganisation to which the resolutions related. The changes to its capital structure and the dates in relation to capital reorganisation are confirmed below.



Changes to Number of Shares, Options and Warrants in Issue

The net result of the reorganisation is that holders will receive 1 new share of EUR0.015 in lieu of every 15 existing shares held. Outstanding shares and warrants will be reorganised on a similar basis. The total number of existing ordinary shares in Kibo currently in issue, prior to the reorganisation, is 1 291 394 535. Following the reorganisation, the Company will have 86 092 969 ordinary shares of EUR0.015 par value in issue.



Corporate Action Timetable

*Last day to trade on the JSE for the Share Division and Share Consolidation COB: 22 March 2013

* Admission of new shares and commencement of dealings: 09h00, 25 March 2013

* Record date for the Share Division and Consolidation on the JSE: 2 April 2013

* New ordinary shares credited to STRATE accounts: 3 April 2013

* Despatch of definitive share certificates for new shares in certificated form: 5 April 2013.
11-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement published on SENS on 7 March 2013. The new ISIN under which the new ordinary shares of the company will commence trade on the JSE on 25 March 2013 is:

* ISIN: IE00B97C0C31.
11-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Tanzanian Government Declares Support for Rukwa Coal to Power Project: Commitment for Proactive Participation and Elevation of Power Project To Strategic Status In Tanzanian National Energy Strategy.



The board of Kibo Mining Plc report that it has received a formal notification letter from the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) dated 8 March 2013, in which, based on the MEM?s initial assessment of the Project and the key role it could play as a regional power hub, notifies the Company that:

*The Rukwa Coal to Power Project will, with immediate effect, be included as a strategic component of the Tanzanian Government?s National Energy Strategy; and

*The MEM undertakes to participate proactively in procuring the establishment of this vital infrastructure node in the Mbeya region; and

*The MEM confirms its support for the expedited development of the Project to Kibo and its development partners.



The period of exclusivity enjoyed by the Asian conglomerate with which Mzuri Energy, a subsidiary of the company, had previously entered into a non binding Memorandum of Understanding regarding the possible joint development of the project (RNS dated 15 May 2012) has since expired. The latest status of discussions with the Tanzanian Government now allows the company to conclude the final selection process in respect of an appropriate development partner acceptable to the Company as well as the Tanzanian Government. A further announcement in this regard will be made as soon as possible.
06-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcement published on SENS on 5 March 2013 and the notice of EGM posted to shareholders on 1 March 2013. Below are the important dates and times applicable to South African shareholders:

* Document posted to Shareholders on 1 March 2013

* Latest time and date for receipt of Forms of Proxy on 11am (UK time) on 20 March 2013

* Extraordinary General Meeting on 11am (UK time) on 22 March 2013

* Finalisation announcement published on SENS on 22 March 2013

* Last day to trade on the JSE for the Share Division and Share Consolidation on COB on 22 March 2013

* New Ordinary Shares commence trade on the JSE under new ISIN which will be announced in due course on 25 March 2013

* Record Date for the Share Division and Share Consolidation on the JSE on 2 April 2013

* New Ordinary Shares credited to STRATE accounts on 3 April 2013

* Despatch of definitive share certificates for New Ordinary Shares in certificated form by no later than 5 April 2013



References to times and dates in this document are to times and dates in South Africa. If any of the details contained in the timetable above should change, the revised times and dates will be notified to Shareholders by means of an announcement through a Regulatory Information Service. All events listed in the above timetable following the Extraordinary General Meeting are conditional on the passing of the Resolutions contained in the Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting.
05-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
28-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced the appointment of XCAP Securities plc ("XCAP") as the Company's new joint Corporate Broker, with immediate effect. XCAP will not only fulfil the role as joint broker but will also act lead broker for as long as Kibo maintains a joint broker status.
14-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
The board of Kibo advised that it has received a formal invitation dated 13 February 2013 from the Ministry of Energy and Minerals ("MEM") to present and discuss details pertaining to its Rukwa Coal to Power Project. The presentation will take place on 22 February 2013 and will also be attended by the Tanzanian Electricity Supply Commission ("TANESCO").
11-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo (the "company") advised that in order to simplify its UK broking arrangements, Northland Capital Partners Ltd. will act as sole UK broker to the company forthwith. Cornhill Capital Ltd., will no longer be retained as a joint broker alongside Northland.
25-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo advised that Mr Des Burke will retire as a director of the company on 31 January 2013. Mr Burke has informed the company that his decision coincides with his retirement plans from the mining industry in order to pursue other interests
17-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to its release on 9 January 2013, Kibo advised that it has issued 120 833 333 new ordinary shares to replace the same number of shares that were borrowed from its major shareholder, Mzuri Capital Group Ltd. in order to facilitate a share placement. Application has been made for the new shares to be admitted to trading on both AIM and on the AltX market of the JSE. The new shares are expected to commence trading on both AIM and AltX on or around 18 January 2013.
09-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that it has completed a placing of 120 833 333 ordinary shares in the capital of the company (the "Shares") with clients of Kibo's UK Broker, Northland Capital Partners Ltd. at a placing price of 0.6p to raise gross proceeds of GBP725 000 (the "Placing"). The funds raised will be applied towards the company's exploration programs in Tanzania, to investigate further joint venture opportunities and for general working capital purposes.



As the placing price of the Shares is below the current par value of the company's Ordinary Shares of EUR0.01, the company has entered into an arrangement with its major shareholder, Mzuri Capital Group Ltd. ("MCG"), whereby shares held by MCG will be used for the purposes of settling the Placing. Under the arrangement, MCG's shareholding will then be restored through a loan structure soon after the settlement of the Placing by the issue of new Ordinary Shares to MCG to replace the shares used for settling the Placing. The final number of shares held by MCG will be the same as it held before the Placing with no benefit received by MCG. The company intends to seek shareholder approval in the near future to reduce the par value of its Ordinary Shares and will advise of further details of this once they have been finalized.



In relation to this arrangement, with the exception of Louis Coetzee and Tinus Maree who are associated with MCG and have therefore recused themselves, the directors of the company consider, having consulted with RFC Ambrian Ltd, its nominated adviser, that the terms of the transaction are fair and reasonable insofar as its shareholders are concerned. Application will be made for the new Shares to be admitted to trading on both the AIM and JSE AltX markets with settlement expected to be completed before the end of January. The Shares will rank pari passu with the company's existing issued Ordinary Shares. Following the issue of the new Shares the company's total issued share capital will be 1 247 355 175 Ordinary Shares of EUR0.01 each.
12-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
12-Dec-2012
(Permanent)
Kibo has changed its financial year-end to 31 December (from 30 September) in order to align the company's year-end with the year-ends of its newly acquired subsidiaries.

12-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold nickel, coal and uranium projects in Tanzania is pleased to provide shareholders with the following shareholder and trading update on the position of the company as at the end of September 2012. The company also wishes to announce that it has changed its financial year-end to December 31 (from 30 September) in order to align the Company's year-end with the year-ends of its newly acquired subsidiaries (together, the Group).



Change of Year End and Summary Financial Information to 30 September 2012

In order to align the year ends of the various companies within the expanded Kibo Group following the MEL and Mayborn acquisitions, Kibo has decided to change its financial year-end from 30 September to 31 December. As such, the next audited accounts for the Company will be prepared for the fifteen months to 31 December 2012. These accounts will include the full consolidation of the acquisitions of MEL and Mayborn as fully described in the re-admission document dated 15 August 2012 and the Reverse Take-Over approved by shareholders on 6 September 2012.



As an interim update, a summary of key financial information on the company and the group to 30 September 2012 is provided in this release. This financial information has been extracted for information purposes only from Kibo?s management accounts for twelve months ended 30 September 2012 and includes pro forma consolidated information on MEL and Mayborn, whose acquisitions were not formally completed until 1 October 2012. The financial information does not constitute interim financial statements as defined under International Financial Reporting Standards, however it should be read in conjunction with the audited consolidated financial statements of the Group for the year ended 30 September 2011, which were prepared under International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS) as adopted by the European Union (EU) as well as the Re-admission document dated 15 August 2012.

12-Dec-2012
(Media Comment)
Business Day highlighted that JSE listed mining firm Kibo plans to develop a coal mine in the Southwestern Tanzania to feed a proposed power plant with the capacity to generate as much as 350MW.
14-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
18-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc announces that pursuant to the previously announced standby equity distribution agreement (SEDA) dated 14 August 2012 between the Company and YA Global Master SPV Ltd (YA Global) the company has issued 4,427,931 ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each in the capital of the company (the Shares) at an issue price of 1.28446p to YA Global. These Shares have been issued as payment of GBP56,875 representing a proportion of the implementation fee due under the SEDA to YA Global and will rank pari passu with the company's existing issued Ordinary Shares.



Application will be made for the shares to be admitted to trading on both the AIM and JSE AltX markets with trading in the new Shares expected to commence on AIM on or about 23 October 2012. Following the issue of the Shares the company's total issued share capital will be 1,126,521,842 Ordinary Shares of EUR0.01 each. In accordance with the Financial Services Authority Disclosure and Transparency Rules, the Company has 1,126,521,842 Ordinary Shares of EUR0.01 each in issue, each share carrying the right to one vote. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury.



The above figure of 1,126,521,842 Ordinary Shares may be used by Shareholders in the company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the company under the Financial Service Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
06-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo reported that its all share acquisitions of Mzuri Energy Ltd. ("Mzuri Energy") and Mayborn Resource Investments (Pty) Ltd. ("Mayborn") have been approved by its shareholders in an extraordinary general meeting held in Dublin on 6 September 2012. Mzuri Energy and Mayborn hold coal and uranium exploration projects in Tanzania that have significant potential and will complement and enhance Kibo's portfolio of mineral projects in Tanzania.



100% Acceptances by Shareholders of Mzuri Energy and Mayborn

The company reported that 100% of the shareholders of both Mzuri Energy and Mayborn have now accepted its offer to acquire their Mzuri Energy and Mayborn shares.



Closing of RTO and Listing of Enlarged Share Capital

All the conditions precedent governing the Mzuri Energy acquisition agreement have now been met, and closing of the transaction has occurred by means of the allotment and issue of the 706 964 400 consideration shares at an issue price of GBP0.03 per share. The consideration shares rank pari passu with the company's existing issued ordinary shares. Application has been made for the admission of the enlarged share capital of Kibo, being 1 122 093 911 ordinary shares of 0.01 each, to trading on AIM and the JSE, with trading in the enlarged share capital expected to commence at the open of the markets on 7 September 2012.
15-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
21-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
The company has received final results from its Stage 1 exploration programme at its Lake Victoria, Haneti and Morogoro projects which it implemented over the period October 2011 to March 2012. The results highlights are shown below and discussed in detail later in this announcement. The results are very encouraging, and support the programme's primary objective of identifying initial targets for near term drilling. Drilling together with extension of early stage exploration surveys over more of the company's large licence portfolio will be part of a Stage 2 programme to commence in Quarter 3, 2012.



Summary highlights

*Lake Victoria - Drill and trenching targets resolved on three Prospecting Licences;

*Haneti - Drill targets for nickel sulphide mineralisation resolved from ground electromagnetic surveys at Mwaka and Mihanza Hills;

*Morogoro South - Six gold-in-soil anomalies identified from regional sampling along the central 28 km strike length of the Ruvu Nappe;

*Morogoro North - Ten gold-in-stream anomalies identified from regional stream sediment sampling over two southern Morogoro North Prospecting Licences.
21-Jun-2012
(C)
The operating loss almost halved to GBP245.4 million (loss of GBP421.1 million). The net attributable loss narrowed to GBP243 million (GBP421.1 million). In addition, the headline loss per share more than halved to GBP0.06p (loss of GBP0.15).



Outlook

As well as being very active on the corporate acquisition and joint venture negotiation fronts during the period, Kibo completed its Stage 1 exploration programme on its projects at Lake Victoria, Haneti and Morogoro. I am delighted to report that results are very encouraging and provide the company with some drill targets for testing during early Stage 2 work which is to commence shortly. The results have also resolved areas for follow up with more detailed surface exploration in order to identify further targets that may warrant drilling in due course. An Operations Update which is being released in conjunction with these Interim Results provides detailed information on the Stage 1 exploration and the results obtained.
01-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that the annual general meeting of Kibo held on 31 May 2012 was attended in person and by proxy by shareholders holding approximately 53% of the shares in Kibo. All the resolutions proposed were approved by the requisite number of shareholders and will, where necessary, be registered with the Companies Registration Office (Ireland).
22-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced the appointment of Northland Capital Partners Ltd. as the company's joint broker, alongside Cornhill Capital Ltd., with immediate effect.
15-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that the company has been informed by Mzuri Energy Ltd. ("MZURI") that MZURI has entered into material negotiations in relation to its main asset, the Rukwa coal project, as more fully explained below.



As set out in its announcement on 2 April 2012, Kibo has, subject to various required statutory and shareholder approvals, agreed to acquire control of MZURI. Kibo is now pleased to report that Mzuri Coal Ltd. ("MCL"), a wholly owned subsidiary of MZURI, has agreed to record a Memorandum of Understanding (the "MOU") with a large Asian Conglomerate (AC), to pursue negotiations forthwith with a view to entering into definitive agreements providing for the development of a mine and a 250-350 MW mine mouth coal fired power station on MCL's Rukwa Coal Project ("Rukwa Power Project") near Mbeya as soon as practicable (the "Development Agreements").



Proposed transaction framework

The Development Agreements, if concluded and implemented, would provide for the following salient elements:

*MCL would provide the AC with all available technical data and expertise to enable the AC to conduct a comprehensive feasibility study on the development of a Rukwa Power Project. If found feasible, MCL would develop a thermal coal mine and enter into a long term off-take agreement with the AC or its nominee to supply the Rukwa Power Project with coal sufficient for its requirements.

*The AC would undertake comprehensive technical, financial and commercial feasibility studies in respect of the Rukwa Power Project. If found to be feasible, The AC would procure all required approvals and permits for the construction, commissioning and operation thereof and design, build and operate a mine mouth coal fired power plant on the Rukwa Power Project.

*The AC would procure an Independent Power Producer ("IPP") license from the Electricity and Water Utility Regulatory Agency of Tanzania ("EWURA") and a Power Purchase Agreement ("PPA") from the Tanzanian National Electricity Supply Company ("TANESCO").

*The parties would have the opportunity to co-invest reciprocally in the equity of the mine and the power plant respectively on terms to be agreed between them.
11-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced the appointment of RFC Ambrian Ltd ("RFC Ambrian") as the company's AIM market nominated adviser with immediate effect. RFC Ambrian is a leading corporate and investment advisory group focused on the natural resource sector. Through its offices in both Australia and the UK, RFC Ambrian has a track record of successfully advising both major and junior resource sector clients in relation to capital raisings, corporate strategy, asset acquisitions and divestments, strategic partnerships, offtake, project finance, AIM and ASX listings, valuation matters and mergers and acquisitions.
11-May-2012
(Official Notice)
The directors of Kibo the mineral exploration and development company in Tanzania have requested the London Stock Exchange to suspend trading in the company's share on AIM with immediate effect pending publication of the admission document in respect of the acquisition of Mzuri Energy Ltd. and Mayborn Resource Investments (Pty) Ltd. The company has therefore requested the JSE to also suspend the securities until a further announcement is published.
08-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the company has entered into negotiations as more fully explained below, which if successfully concluded may have a material effect on the price of the company's securities. Accordingly, shareholders are advised to exercise caution when dealing in the company's securities until a full announcement is made.

Strategic Joint Venture proposed on Haneti Nickel Project

* Kibo signs Memorandum of Understanding to pursue a strategic joint venture with Brazilian industrial conglomerate Votorantim for the further exploration of its Haneti properties.



Kibo advised that it has agreed to record a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with Brazilian VOTORANTIM METAIS PARTICIPACOES LTDA, a member of Votorantim Group, ("Votorantim") to pursue negotiations forthwith with a view to entering into a definitive joint venture agreement in respect of its Haneti properties ("Haneti") prospective for nickel and other base and precious metals as soon as practicable (the "Joint Venture").



Proposed Transaction Framework

The Joint Venture, if concluded and implemented, would see Votorantim initially contributing exploration expenditures of GBP0.5 million until December 2013. The earn-in phase comprises total investments up to GBP2.7 million during a period of three years in an mutually agreed work program budget on Haneti to earn a 50% interest (the "initial period"), where after the parties will continue to contribute equally to the Joint Venture. During the first stage of the program, the Joint Venture will be unincorporated and the company will be the operator of the Joint Venture and its exploration work program. Votorantim will however have an option to take over the management of the work program and call for the transfer of the Haneti properties to a joint venture company ("Newco") that will be owned equally by the company and Votorantim. Votorantim shall be entitled to operate the Joint Venture from 31 December 2013 until the end of the Initial Period, where after the board of directors of Newco shall appoint the operator. It is the intention of the parties to direct the work program towards establishing a JORC compliant mineral resource at Haneti during the Initial Period, where after the Joint Venture will consider the further development of the project on the merits of the exploration results achieved.
17-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo proposed to adjourn its annual general meeting scheduled for 3 p.m. on Friday, 27th April 2012 at the Hotel Meyrick, Eyre Square, Galway, Ireland to 2pm on Thursday, 31 May 2012, at the same venue.



The proposed adjournment of the annual general meeting is required due to service difficulties outside the control of the company, whereby some shareholders have not received the notice of annual general meeting within the required timescales. A revised notice of annual general meeting will be posted to all shareholders this week.
02-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
30-Mar-2012
(C)
Kibo's maiden final results as a listed entity showed a net attributable loss of GBP3.7 million and a headline loss per share of GBP1.12p.



Anual report and AGM

The annual report will be posted to shareholders on 30 March 2012. The annual general meeting of the company will be held at 3pm on Friday, 27 April 2012, at Hotel Meryick, Eyre Square, Galway, Ireland.



Outlook

Kibo's objective is to enhance shareholder value through acquisition, exploration and development of mineral assets in Tanzania. This objective will be pursued primarily through active exploration, particularly drilling on its current projects and by using the company's experience in Tanzania to acquire further quality mineral projects on competitive terms that can be quickly evaluated and taken to the next stage of development. Kibo will undertake continual risk assessment of its projects and take whatever actions it believes are necessary to ensure that these risks are mitigated. Despite 2011 being a difficult year for our industry, the company is set fair for exploration success with both its gold and nickel projects.
07-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced that Mzuri Gold Ltd ("Mzuri") has agreed to subscribe for a total of 37 500 000 new ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each in the capital of the company at a placing price of 2p per new ordinary share to raise GBP750 000, before expenses (the "placing"). This represents a premium of approximately 23% to the mid-market price, of 1.625p, immediately prior to agreeing the placing. The net proceeds from the placing will be used to finance continued exploration in Tanzania and for general working capital purposes.



Following the placing, Mzuri and its related party's will hold 122 072 273 ordinary shares, which is approximately 29.41% of the issued share capital of the company as enlarged by the placing. An application will be made to the JSE for the placing shares, which will rank pari passu with the company's existing issued ordinary shares, to be admitted to trading and dealings are expected to commence on the JSE at 10:00 a.m. on or about Thursday 16 February 2012. Following the issue of the placing shares the company's total issued share capital will be 415 129 511 ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each.
04-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
The company has identified potential investment interest amongst the investment community in Tanzania. To take advantage of this opportunity, the company is considering seeking a listing on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange. Furthermore, the company's South African advisors are recommending raising Kibo's profile in South Africa, where the company is quoted on the JSE. In parallel and as part of its ongoing exploration activities, the company will be maximizing the returns from its large portfolio of exploration licenses in Tanzania. Kibo holds some 190 licenses totalling approximately 18 600 square kilometres under issue, application and offer located in the Lake Victoria, Morogoro and Dodoma areas with excellent exploration potential for gold and base metals. Whilst the company will explore a number of these licenses on its own, it is aware that some areas might make a logical package for joint ventures or might be of strategic interest to neighbouring mineral rights holders. Consequently the directors of the company have agreed that Noel O'Keeffe will concentrate on the development of these exploration assets of Kibo as exploration director and Louis Coetzee, currently a non-executive director of the company, will be appointed as interim CEO for twelve months to lead the marketing initiative of the company.



The company will then appoint a full time chief executive officer to take the company on to the next stage of its development. Noel O'Keeffe, a founder Director of Kibo, is an experienced professional exploration geologist with over 20 years experience in Tanzania, Australia, Canada and Ireland and has overseen the development of the company to date. Louis Coetzee, appointed to the board on 19 July 2010, has over 25 years business development experience in Africa with 15 of these in Tanzania. Louis is currently a director and chief operating officer of the Mzuri Group, a substantial shareholder in Kibo. He is also chairman of Australian listed East African Resources Ltd (ASX: AAF) which holds uranium exploration projects in Tanzania.
07-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Kibo provided an operations update. The company has more than doubled its licence area in Tanzania to over 18 000 square kilometres in the last six months gaining a strategic position in both the Lake Victoria Goldfields and the emerging gold districts of eastern Tanzania. This has necessitated a major re-organisation of its operations in Tanzania to meet the demands of exploring and managing a large geographically dispersed licence portfolio effectively. This re-organisation is now complete and field exploration programmes have re-commenced.



Summary highlights

* the board has approved a GBP5.3 million exploration programme to evaluate the Lake Victoria, Haneti and Morogoro projects;

* Stage 1, with a budget of GBP1.3 million, is now being implemented. Gold and nickel are the primary targets;

* the company has completed the integration of its exploration office and staff with Mzuri Exploration Services ("MXS"). This will increase its capacity to implement fully supported contemporaneous multi-project field programmes;

* the company has received the final results from metallurgical testing at the Golden Horseshoe Reef deposit (the "GHR") which indicate high gold recoveries; and

* negotiations are underway with Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation Ltd ("TREC") and a financial institution to allow the company to immediately exercise its option over the Itetemia and Luhala projects and to work on securing debt and equity financing to advance mine development at the GHR.



The company is progressing on two fronts:

* exploration to evaluate its large ground holding and focus on priority areas to quickly define target areas for Stage 2 drilling; and

* evaluation of whether it can bring forward the immediate exercise of its option over the Itetemia and Luhala projects and proceed with developing a mine on the GHR deposit which has a JORC-compliant mineral resource of 422 000 oz. of gold.

The exploration is underway as are negotiations of the terms of its agreement with TREC for immediate exercise of its option on Itetemia and Luhala and with a financial institution to secure debt financing for the development of the GHR. Updates on the company's activities are regularly posted on its website www.kibomining.com.
03-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Kibo Mining plc the mineral exploration and development company focused on gold and nickel projects in Tanzania, announce the appointment of Cornhill Capital Ltd as the company's sole Corporate Broker, as required under the AIM Rules, with effect from Wednesday 3 August 2011.



About Kibo Mining

The company's objective is to enhance shareholder wealth through acquisition, exploration and development of mineral assets in Tanzania. This objective will be pursued primarily through active exploration, particularly drilling on its current projects and by using the company's experience in Tanzania to acquire further quality mineral projects on competitive terms that can be quickly evaluated and taken to the next stage of development. The Company will undertake continual risk assessment of its projects and take whatever actions it believes are necessary to ensure that these risks are mitigated. The Board of Kibo is composed of highly experienced professionals spanning mineral exploration, mine development, mining finance and financial control of public companies. It is supported by well trained and highly motivated Tanzanian staff who operate from Kibo`s exploration office in Tanzania's second largest city, Mwanza, located in Tanzania`s main gold producing region, The Lake Victoria Goldfields, in the north of the country. The assets of the Company are interests in two resource based gold projects - Itetemia and Luhala, and an extensive portfolio of early stage exploration ground at Haneti (Nickel - Platinum-Gold), Morogoro (Gold) and Lake Victoria (Gold).
29-Jun-2011
(C)
08-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
Kibo announced the appointment of Wenzel Kerremans as non- executive director of Kibo.
02-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
Kibo successfully raised a total of R12 002 200 by way of a placing of a total of 36 370 303 new ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each in the capital of the company (the "placing") to South African sophisticated clients of River Group, the company's designated advisers in South Africa.



The placing is conditional on the 36 370 303 new ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each in the capital of the company (the "placing shares") being admitted to trading on the JSE. Mzuri Gold Ltd ("Mzuri") has, under the terms of the Mzuri Underwriting, agreed to subscribe for 6 060 606 placing shares at R0.33 cents per placing share. Following the subscription, Mzuri will hold 79 393 940 ordinary shares, which is approximately 21.02% of the issued share capital of the company as enlarged by the placing.



An application will be made to the JSE for the placing shares, which will rank pari passu with the company's existing issued ordinary shares, to be admitted to trading and dealings are expected to commence at 8:00 a.m. (BST) on Wednesday 8 June 2011. Following the issue of the placing shares the company's total issued share capital will be 377 629 511 ordinary shares of EUR0.01 each.



The above figure of 377 629 511 ordinary shares may be used by shareholders in the company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the share capital of the company.
12-Oct-2016
(X)
Kibo Mining Plc is a public limited company incorporated in Ireland. The company's shares are listed on the AIM of the London Stock Exchange and the Alternative Exchange of the JSE Ltd. (ALTX). The principal activities of the company and its subsidiaries are related to the exploration for and development of coal and other minerals in Tanzania.





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