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12-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana today, 12 December 2017, held a General Meeting of shareholders at 9am AWST at Level 7, 20 Parkland Rd, Osborne Park, Western Australia 6017.



In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the General Meeting were unanimously passed on a show of hands:

*Resolution 1 Ratification of Prior Issue ? Tranche 1 Shares

*Resolution 2 Ratification of Prior Issue ? Tranche 2 Shares

*Resolution 3 Issue of Options to Related Party ? Robert Vassie

*Resolution 4 Issue of Options to Related Party ? Mark Turner

*Resolution 5 Ratification of Prior Issue ? Agent Options
06-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NLand Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. announce that extensional step-out drilling and mapping at the Bald Hill Project, in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia has significantly increased the footprint of the known lithium and tantalum pegmatite swarm. The Bald Hill Project is a joint project between Tawana and AMAL.



Highlights - Drilling

-Eastern high-grade extension. Significant results include:

*31m at 1.46% Li2O from 143m, including 18m at 1.88% Li2O in LRC0702;

*35m at 1.74% Li2O from 146m including 15m at 2.11% Li2O in LRC0703.



This mineralised zone remains open to the east and south.



-Boreline South Eastern Extension. Significant results include:

*7m at 1.38% Li2O from 113m in LRC0665;

*6m at 1.45% Li2O from 150m LRC0675;

*9m at 0.93% Li2O from 41m and 10m at 1.11% Li2O from 117m in LRC0677.



This mineralised zone remains open to the south.

-Initial lithium drilling at Fenceline prospect. Significant results include:

*7m at 1.35% Li2O from 29m in LRC0672;

*7m at 0.54% Li2O from 65m and 5m at 0.80%Li2O from 82m in LRC0674.



-Deeper pegmatite below starter pit. Significant results include:

*7.78m at 2.46% Li2O from 234m including 2.78m at 4.27% Li2O in LDD0001;

*6m at 2.03% Li2O from 135m in LDD0003.



Highlights - Mapping, Water Exploration Drilling

-Several outcropping lithium and tantalum pegmatites discovered SW of the Fenceline prospect.

-A single water exploration drill hole drilled on R15/001, 700m west of the starter pit, intercepted 3 spodumene pegmatites.

28-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. ("AMAL") provided an update on works at the Bald Hill Mine, in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia, where lithium concentrate production is on track to commence in Q1 CY18. The Bald Hill project (the Project) is a joint project between Tawana and AMAL.



Highlights

- Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for Lithium Dense Media Separation (DMS) circuit progressing on schedule:

o Design is 88% complete

o Structural steel installation well-advanced

o Bins and hoppers being installed

o Screens and pumps on site

o Majority of mechanical equipment delivered

o Electrical installation commenced

- Preferred mining contractor selected and mobilised to site.

- Preferred crushing contractor selected and preparing to mobilise.

- Fuel and Power contracts awarded.



EPC Update

- Engineering design is 88% complete.

- Concrete works are 99% complete.

- Buried services (electrical/piping) progressing with conduits - pits being positioned/installed and HDPE piping installation commenced.

- Steelwork erection is well advanced with majority of hoppers, tanks and chutes installed.

- Procurement of major equipment is complete, with deliveries occurring progressively to support the sequence of construction.



Major Contracts

- Preferred Crushing contractor selected, with mobilisation expected in early December.

- Fuel and Power contracts awarded.

- Non-Processing Infrastructure engineering well-advanced and procurement commenced.
22-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the following key appointments.



Ms Wei (Vicki) Xie has been appointed as Non-Executive Director of the company. Ms Xie is a representative of German company Weier Antriebe und Energietechnik GmbH (Weier) and has been nominated to the Tawana Board of Directors by Weier as part of an equity funding agreement between Tawana and Weier (refer ASX release 20 October 2017).



Ms Xie is an accountant with over 16 years? experience in Accounting and Finance, as well as in fund raising, acquisition and private equity investment. Ms Xie has held Chief Financial Officer, accounting and company Secretary roles in both China and Australia. Ms Xie holds a Bachelor of Accounting.



Mr Noel O?Brien has been appointed as Chief Technical Officer - Metallurgy and Processing. Mr O?Brien, is a metallurgist and processing expert with experience in multiple lithium projects in Australia and internationally. Mr O?Brien who has recently been appointed as a non-executive Director of Birimian Ltd., is also a technical adviser to Kidman Resources Limited and was previously a technical consultant to Galaxy Resources and to the Bikita Minerals Lithium Project. Mr O?Brien has a deep understanding of the lithium market and possesses processing expertise in smelting, gravity separation, flotation, leaching and solvent extraction.



Mr O?Brien was formerly managing director in South Africa for SNC-Lavalin Inc, a leading global engineering and construction group, and was responsible for delivering base metal smelter and refinery projects across Africa and Project Director for Tawana on the Mofe Creek iron ore project in Liberia. Mr. O?Brien has a metallurgical engineering degree from Melbourne University and an MBA from Witwatersrand University. He is a Fellow of the AusIMM.



In other company appointments, Ms Claire O?Brien has been appointed Joint company Secretary of Tawana Resources.
16-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
With reference to the 42,857,143 shares issued on 15 November 2017 and in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that:

* The shares were issued under a placement without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act.

* As at the date of this notice:

- The company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the company;

- The company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

- There is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.
16-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcements of 20 and 25 October 2017 announces it has received AUD15 million from German company Weier Antriebe und Energietechnik GmbH (Weier) in equity funding as part of a AUD25 million funding package.



This payment to Tawana completes the second and final of two tranches of the placement to Weier. Details as follows:

*Tranche 1: 14 285 714 shares at an issue price of AUD0.35 (settled on 25 October) and

*Tranche 2: 42 857 143 shares at an issue price of AUD0.35 (refer Appendix 3B attached);



The placement is all within the Company?s 15% placement capacity and Weier consequently holds approximately 11.4% of the issued capital of Tawana.



Tawana will also receive AUD5 million in financing from a nominee of Weier. The binding loan agreement is expected to be finalised by the end of November 2017. Weier is a 100% owned subsidiary of lithium industry specialist Jiangte Special Electric Motor Co. Ltd (JSMC), a company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

08-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Meeting will be held at:

TIME: 9.00am (WST)

DATE: 12 December 2017

PLACE: Level 7, 20 Parkland Road, Osborne Park, WA, 6017



The business of the Meeting affects your shareholding and your vote is important. This Notice of Meeting should be read in its entirety. If Shareholders are in doubt as to how they should vote, they should seek advice from their professional advisers prior to voting. The Directors have determined pursuant to Regulation 7.11.37 of the Corporations Regulations 2001 (Cth) that the persons eligible to vote at the Meeting are those who are registered Shareholders at 9:00am (WST) on 10 December 2017.
02-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) has issued 3 405 000 fully paid ordinary shares on the exercise of options as per the attached Appendix 3B. Tawana has issued these shares without disclosure to investors under section 708A(5) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act).



With reference to the shares issued, in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the Company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that:

-The shares were issued without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act;

-As at the date of this notice:

*The Company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the Company;

*The Company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

*There is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.

07-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 30 October 2017, Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) advises it has issued 615 384 fully paid ordinary shares as consideration for the first two Lake Cowan Project tenements transferred from Metalicity. A further 153 846 shares will be issued upon transfer of the third tenement.



Tawana has issued these shares without disclosure to investors under section 708A(5) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act). With reference to the shares issued, in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the Company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that:

-The shares were issued without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act;

-As at the date of this notice:

*The Company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the Company;

*The Company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

*There is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.

31-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
30-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources announces that Mt Belches Pty Ltd., a 100% owned subsidiary of Tawana, has entered into a binding agreement with Metalicity Energy (Pty) Ltd. (Metalicity), a 100% subsidiary of Metalicity Ltd. to acquire its Lake Cowan Project bordering to the south of Tawana's 100% owned Cowan Lithium Project and 50% owned Bald Hill Lithium - Tantalum Project in the Eastern Goldfields, Western Australia.



The Lake Cowan Project comprises two approved Exploration Licences (ELs) totalling 410km2 and one application comprising 152km2.



Tawana considers the acquisition to be highly strategic as the Mt Belches-Bald Hill pegmatite belt may extend into the tenements.



Purchase consideration for the tenements will be the issue of AUD50 000 and 769 230 Tawana shares to shareholders of Metalicity, none of whom are related parties of the Company. The shares will be issued upon the transfer of each tenement.



The addition of the three tenements to Tawana's Cowan Lithium Project will increase the total area from 159km2 to 721km2 while the adjoining Bald Hill Project totals 774km2. Together, the Bald Hill and Cowan projects represent 1 495km2.





27-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Mr Michael Naylor will step down as Executive Director, Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary of the company, effective close of business on 31 October 2017.



Mr Naylor has been a part-time consultant to Tawana since January 2014. Given the advanced nature of the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine and the workload associated with bringing the mine into production by the first quarter of 2018, the company has decided to engage a full time Chief Financial Officer.



Mr Craig Hasson, the company?s Commercial Manager will assume an interim CFO position until the executive search to appoint a new CFO, which is currently underway, has been completed.
27-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
With reference to the 14,285,714 shares issued on 25 October 2017 and in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that:

* The shares were issued under a placement without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act.

* As at the date of this notice:

- The company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the company;

- The company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

- There is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.
25-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has received AUD5 million from German company Weier Antriebe und Energietechnik GmbH (Weier) in equity funding as part of a AUD25 million funding package.



This payment to Tawana completes the first of two tranches of the placement to Weier. Details as follows:

- Tranche 1: 14 285 714 shares at an issue price of AUD0.35 (refer Appendix 3B attached); and

- Tranche 2: will consist of 42 857 143 shares at an issue price of AUD0.35, to be settled on 15 November 2017.



The placement is all within the Company?s 15% placement capacity and Weier will consequently hold approximately 11.5% of the issued capital of Tawana.



Tawana will also receive AUD5 million in financing from a nominee of Weier. The binding loan agreement is currently being finalised.
24-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
20-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
18-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana requested a trading halt to be placed on the Company?s securities pending an update on the funding for the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine. The Company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market, or the commencement of trade on Friday, 20 October 2017. The Company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.
11-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced an updated Indicated and Inferred lithium Mineral Resource for the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project, located in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.



Highlights

- Total Inferred and Indicated lithium and tantalum resources above 0.5% Li2O or 200pm Ta2O5 total 25.3 million tonnes (Mt), and comprises:

o High-grade lithium resources of 18.9Mt at 1.18% Li2O and 149ppm Ta205 at a 0.5% Li20 cut-off; and

o Additional tantalum resources of 6.4Mt at 330ppm Ta2O5 at a 200ppm Ta2O5 cut-off.

- The Resource update represents a 47% increase in total contained lithium.

- The 66% increase in contained lithium within Indicated resources is expected to result in a Reserve upgrade later in the year.

- The updated Resource covers only 25% of the known southern swarm of lithium pegmatites.

- The lithium processing facility is currently in construction, first lithium shipment targeted for Q1 2018.
10-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. provide this update for the Bald Hill Mine located in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia. The Bald Hill project (the Project) is a joint project between Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd.



Highlights

*Third prepayment of AUD4 375 000 received by Tawana from Burwill Holdings Ltd. (Burwill) under the offtake agreement.

*AMAL received AUD4 375 000 from Burwill on 30 September 2017 via subscription for equity shares in AMAL in lieu of the third prepayment under its own offtake agreement.



EPC contract for Lithium DMS circuit gaining momentum:

*Design approximately 70% complete

*Concrete works well-advanced

*Structural steel packages let, first package on site

*Screens and pumps ordered; starting to arrive on site

*Majority of mechanical equipment ordered

*Buried services installation commenced

-Bulk earthworks near completion.

-Additional administration buildings placed.

-Communications towers installed and commissioned.

-Fuel and Power tenders closed and under review.

-Mining tenders closed and three contractors shortlisted. Award expected by mid-October 2017.

-Senior operations and development personnel appointed.



EPC Update

*Engineering is well-advanced with design more than 70% complete.

*Concrete works well-advanced.

*Buried services (electrical/piping) progressing with conduits - pits being positioned/installed and HDPE pipes being welded ready for installation.

*Steelwork is progressively being detailed and progressing through fabrication and painting. First package of structural steel has arrived and is being erected.

*Procurement of major equipment is progressing with critical orders on track.



Major Contracts

*Mining tender closed; unit pricing equal to the Pre-feasibility study (PFS). Three contractors shortlisted, with the preferred to be notified by mid October 2017.

*Fuel and Power tenders closed; unit pricing consistent with PFS.

*Crushing tenders closed, currently under review.

*Non-Processing Infrastructure tenders closed; review underway.

*Haul road upgrade tender closed.



20-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Lithco No. 2 (Pty) Ltd. (Lithco), a 100% owned subsidiary of Tawana, has received the third payment of AUD4 375 000 in accordance with the lithium concentrate offtake agreement (refer to ASX announcement of 26 April 2017) from a subsidiary of Burwill Holdings Ltd (Burwill), a company listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Ltd. (stock code 0024).



The full AUD12 500 000 prepayment committed by Burwill has now been received by Lithco. The terms of the prepayment are:

* The funds are to be used towards the capital and operational costs in respect of the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine (?Project?).

* The prepayment is interest free and to be repaid from 20% of each lithium concentrate shipment until the prepayment has been repaid.



The Project is owned by Singapore Exchange-listed Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (AMAL), with Lithco holding a 50% interest in all lithium rights in the Project tenements pursuant to the Lithium Rights Joint Venture Agreement entered into between the parties. Lithco also holds a right to earn a 50% interest in the Project including the existing infrastructure and the mineral rights to all minerals from the tenements (including tantalum rights) through the expenditure of A$12.5m on development and operating costs. Beyond the USD12.5m earn-in, each party is required to fund their respective 50% share of funding in accordance with Work Programs and Budgets to be approved by a newly formed Joint Venture Committee.
19-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
In accordance with listing rule 17.1 Tawana resources NL requests a trading halt to be placed on the Company?s securities pending an update on the offtake agreement.



The Company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market, or the commencement of trade on Thursday 21 September 2017.



The Company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.



13-Sep-2017
(C)
Income for the period rose to AUD29 774 (2016: AUD6 274). Net loss attributable to the members of Tawana widened to AUD5.1 million (2016: loss of AUD561 730). In addition, headline loss per share worsened to AUD2.78 cents per share (2016: loss of AUD0.67 cents per share).



Dividend

No dividends were declared or paid during the half-year ended 30 June 2017.



06-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. are pleased to announce encouraging metallurgical test work results from the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine in Western Australia. The test work on ore fines delivered excellent results from both fine Dense Media Separation (DMS) and flotation, highlighting the potential to increase proposed lithium production during 2018. Bald Hill remains on track to commence commissioning in the first quarter of 2018.



The Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS)1-2 Design Mass Balance had 17.8% of lithium ore feed reporting to fines and 10.3% of ore feed reporting to middling concentrates (middlings). This represents 28.1% of feed containing 29.6% of the contained lithium which is not contained in the PFS production profile, highlighting the significance of the potential production increase.



Highlights

? Three-stage sighter flotation test work returned a recovery to concentrate of 83% at a concentrate grade of 4.7% Li2O from feed at P80 passing 0.212mm.

? DMS test work on 0.3-1mm Fines indicates a range of 71% to 91% recovery of lithium with a concentrate grades of up to 5.3% Li2O.

? Preliminary assessment indicates the fine DMS option would be a significantly lower cost Phase 2 option for the bulk of the combined fines and middlings.

? Conceptually the middlings would be crushed with +1mm material and passed through a small middlings DMS whilst the 0.3-1mm will be passed through a small fine DMS (Both Phase 2 DMS). These two fractions are likely to represent about 20% of total plant feed and 24% of contained Lithium.

? The average production rate in the PFS is approximately 150 000tpa of spodumene concentrate. Based on 70% recovery the Phase 2 DMS has the potential to increase spodumene production by 25% with a combined Phase 1 and Phase 2 DMS recovery of about 82.5%.

? Phase 2 DMS concentrate production would have a relatively low incremental unit cost given most costs are carried by Phase 1 operating costs, including mining, primary crushing and the bulk of the labour and general and administration costs.
15-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (together ?the Parties?) announced the execution of an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract with Primero Group to build a 1.2 million tonne per annum Dense Media Separation (DMS) circuit at the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine (the Project). The EPC contract is a ?lump sum, fixed price? contract valued at A$30 million. Primero was chosen for their expertise in lithium projects, having recently commissioned a DMS lithium plant in Western Australia and their involvement in several significant lithium projects globally. It is anticipated that almost 200 people will be on site during the peak construction period at Bald Hill.
07-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Advancing Towards Lithium Production". A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company's website at: www.tawana.com.au.
02-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. announced that extensional step-out drilling at the Bald Hill project, Western Australia has yielded several significant lithium and tantalum discoveries. The discoveries are likely to add significantly to the current Resource base.



Recent Drilling

A further 96 exploration Reverse Circulation and Diamond drill holes totalling 14,819m were completed between 16 May and 15 July 2017. Assays have been received for 123 holes since the May drilling update (refer ASX announcement dated 25 May 2017 / SGX announcement dated 24 May 2017). The current focus is on infill drilling to convert 6Mt of in pit and near pit Inferred Resources, which reported to scoping level pit optimisations, to Indicated Resources, in preparation of a Resource and Reserve upgrade in October. The October Resource upgrade will also take into account additional Inferred resources which are the result of drilling completed after 10 May 2017; the cut-off date for the current Resource estimate. The number of drill rigs has been reduced to one until peak construction accommodation requirements have passed later this year.



Construction

With all environmental approvals finalised, EPC contractor Primero has mobilised to site and commenced construction. Regular construction updates will be provided by Tawana and AMAL.
01-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has made two key Non-Executive Director appointments to enhance the Company?s development and operational expertise as it moves towards production at the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine in Western Australia.



Mr Robert (Bob) Vassie

Bob is a Mining Engineer with 30 years? international mining industry experience and 18 years? experience in a range of senior management roles with Rio Tinto. He is currently the Managing Director - CEO of St Barbara Limited and has particular experience in operations management, resource development strategy, mine planning, feasibility studies, business improvement, corporate restructuring and strategic procurement.





Mr Mark Turner

Mark is a Mining Engineer with more than 30 years of experience in the resources sector. He has been responsible for the start-up and operation of mines in Australia, Africa and Asia. He was previously General Manager Operations of Resolute Mining Ltd, one of Australia?s largest gold producers and Chief Operating Officer (?COO?) of CGA Mining, before its takeover by B2 Gold for CAD.1 billion in 2010. He is currently the Chief Operating Officer of RTG Mining Inc.
31-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
25-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
17-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (ASX: TAW) is pleased to announce it has received the second payment of USD4,375,000 which forms part of the lithium concentrate offtake agreement (Refer to ASX announcement of 26 April 2017) from a subsidiary of Burwill Holdings Ltd (Burwill), a company listed on the main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (stock code 0024).



Burwill has committed a prepayment totalling USD12,500,000, of which USD8,125,000 has been received by Tawana with the final instalment due on 15 September 2017. The terms of the prepayment are:

*The funds are to be used towards the capital and operational costs of the Bald Hill Project.

*Is interest free and to be repaid from 20% of each lithium concentrate shipment until the prepayment has been repaid.



For further information please contact:

11-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
30-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that effective 1st July 2017, its registered office and principal place of business will change to:

* Street address: Level 3, 20 Parkland Rd, Osborne Park, WA 6017.

* Postal Address: PO Box 2275, Churchlands, WA 6018.



The Company?s telephone numbers remain unchanged.
28-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
14-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. are pleased to announce a maiden Indicated and Inferred lithium Mineral Resource for the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project.



Highlights

- Resource independently estimated by CSA Global Pty Ltd.

- Maiden Indicated and Inferred lithium Mineral Resource of:

- High grade of 12.8 million tonnes at 1.18% Li2O and 158ppm Ta205 at a 0.5% Li20 cut- off.

- High grade tantalum Resources have increased 250% to 8.9 million tonnes at 304ppm Ta2O5 containing 6 million pounds of tantalum pentoxide, including 5.7 million tonnes at 311ppm Ta2O5 not included in the +0.5% Li2O lithium resource.

- Approximately 80% of the lithium and tantalum resources above 0.5% Li20 occurs in a 100m deep interval commencing from about 30m below the lowest surface level.

- Maiden Resource covers only 20% of the known southern swarm of lithium pegmatites. Ongoing drilling continues to expand the resource footprint.

- The Resource satisfies the condition precedent to the second offtake prepayment with Burwill Holdings Ltd, due on 15 July 2017.

- The substantial Resource complements the excellent recoveries from metallurgical test work.

- Feasibility Study completion is imminent.

- First lithium shipment targeted for Q1 2018.
13-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana requested a trading halt to be placed on the Company?s securities pending a Maiden Lithium Mineral Resource announcement.



The Company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market, or the commencement of trade on Thursday 15 June 2017. The Company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.
09-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
With reference to the 24 100 000 shares issued today, 9 June 2017, in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that:

* The shares were issued under a placement without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act.

* As at the date of this notice:

- The company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the company;

- The company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

- There is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.
06-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the general meeting were passed on a show of hands:

*Resolution 1 - Ratification of Prior Issue ? Tranche 1 Shares

*Resolution 2 - Issue of Tranche 2 Shares



Information required to be disclosed by the company in accordance with Section 251AA of the Corporations Act 2001 is attached.

25-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana and Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (SGX: AMAL) announced that extensional step-out drilling at the Bald Hill project, Western Australia has trebled the size of the target area originally defined in January 2017. The extended area contains the most significant lithium results to date.
24-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised the appointment of Mr Craig Hasson as Joint Company Secretary of the Company effective immediately. Mr Michael Naylor continues to be Joint Company Secretary of Tawana Resources NL. Ms Melanie Li has resigned as Joint Company Secretary and will remain as Financial Controller of the Company.
24-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana held an Annual General Meeting of shareholders at 10.30am WST at Quest West Perth, 54 Kings Park Road, West Perth, Western Australia. In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the AGM were passed on a show of hands:

* Resolution 1 : Adoption of Remuneration Report

* Resolution 2 : Re-Election of Director - Robert Benussi

* Resolution 3 : Election of Director - Mark Calderwood

* Resolution 5 : Ratification of Prior Issue - Acquisition Shares

* Resolution 6 : Ratification of Prior Issue - Lead Manager Shares

* Resolution 7 : Ratification of Prior Issue - Placement Options

* Resolution 8 : Ratification of Prior Issue - Canaccord Options

* Resolution 9 : Issue of Options to Related Party - Michael Naylor

* Resolution 10 : Issue of Options to Related Party - Robert Benussi



Resolution 4 (Resolution) was withdrawn from the Annual General Meeting at the determination of the Directors. Resolution 4 sought shareholder approval for an additional 10% placement capacity under listing rule 7.1A. The Resolution was withdrawn as the Company believes that there is not a need for additional placement capacity as the Resolution was inserted into the Notice of Annual General Meeting which pre-dated the USD15 million capital raising as announced to ASX on 27 April 2017.
23-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled ?Annual General Meeting Presentation ? 23 May 2017?.



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company?s website at: www.tawana.com.au.
18-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has commenced early works, including the ordering of long lead capital items, for the development of the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine in Western Australia, which will consist of a 1.2 million tonne per annum front-end spodumene concentrator utilising dense medium separation (DMS). This is a significant milestone for the company as it advances towards first shipment, which is expected in the first quarter of 2018.



Highlights

- Early works expected to commence in June 2017 including site establishment; mobilisation of personnel; road upgrades; and site clearing on existing disturbed areas.

- The Company has engaged experienced lithium plant engineering group Primero to order long lead capital items including parts of the DMS plant and tails thickener. These items represent key components in the process flowsheet for the spodumene concentrator.

- Primero has also been engaged to complete the detailed design on the DMS circuit. Primero has recently completed and commissioned a DMS lithium plant in Western Australia and are currently involved in several significant lithium projects within Australia and overseas.

- Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract is being finalised and is expected to be awarded following the Feasibility Study which is due to be released by the end of May 2017.

- 150 room camp has been secured for construction manning at the nearby Lanfranchi Camp.
05-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Instructions to vote on have been removed for SENS purposes. Please refer to Tawana?s website



Notice is given that the meeting will be held at: 10:30am (WST) on 6 June 2017 at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia 6008



The business of the meeting affects your shareholding and your vote is important.



This notice of meeting should be read in its entirety. If shareholders are in doubt as to how they should vote, they should seek advice from their professional advisers prior to voting.



The directors have determined pursuant to Regulation 7.11.37 of the Corporations Regulations 2001 (Cth) that the persons eligible to vote at the meeting are those who are registered shareholders at 5:00pm (WST) on 29 May 2017.











28-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
28-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Further to the announcement of 26 April 2017, shareholders are hereby advised that the trading halt on the securities of Tawana is hereby lifted with immediate effect. Shareholders are also referred to the details below regarding the capital raising by the company. Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) announces that it has received commitments to raise AUD15.0 million (before costs) via the issue of 60 million new fully paid ordinary shares in the company at an issue price of AUD0.25 per share (?Placement?). The Placement was strongly supported by domestic and offshore institutional investors.



The placement follows Tawana?s announcement it had signed a binding five-year exclusive lithium concentrate offtake agreement with Hong Kong-listed Burwill Holdings Ltd. The agreement included a prepayment of USD25 million (Tawana?s share is USD12.5 million) (Refer ASX announcement 26 April, 2017).

The Placement will take part in two tranches:

*Tranche 1 - comprising 35 900 000 shares, raising AUD8 975 000 (which is within the company?s 15% placement capacity), will be issued on Monday, 8 May 2017.

*Tranche 2 ? comprising 24 100 000 shares, raising AUD6 025 000, will be issued following shareholder approval, which is expected to be sought at a general meeting on or about Tuesday, 30 May 2017.



The Placement price of AUD0.25 per share represents less than a 7.4% discount to Tawana?s last traded price of USD0.27 on 20 April 2017 and a 3.2% discount to the 10 day trading VWAP of AUD0.258.



The funds raised under the Placement will primarily be used to advance the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project in order to meet the projected start of commissioning in late 2017. In particular, the funds will be used to complete resource drilling, ordering long lead capital items, complete detailed design and commence engineering on the DMS circuit, civil works, earthworks, mechanical and electrical works, mobilisation of engineers, site establishment and associated project works.



In addition, the funding also provides certainty to complete Tawana?s obligations under the Bald Hill Joint Venture Farm-in Agreement.



26-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has signed a binding long-term exclusive lithium concentrate offtake agreement (Agreement) with a 100% owned subsidiary of Burwill Holdings Ltd. (Burwill), a company listed on the main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Ltd. (stock code 0024). The Agreement is for the supply of lithium concentrate from the Bald Hill Project in Western Australia over an approximate initial five year term.



Highlights

- A fixed price for all production from no later than 15 March 2018 up to 31 December 2019 of USD880/t (FOB Esperance) for 6% Li2O. The offtake agreement provides for an attractive fixed price in US dollars per dry metric tonne for the first 2 years of the Agreement, subject to adjustments for grade.

- AUD12,500,000 prepayment, of which AUD3,750,000 has been received with the final two instalments to be received on 15 July 2017 and 15 September 2017 respectively.

o Funds to be used towards the capital and operational costs of the Bald Hill Project.

o Prepayment is interest free and to be repaid from 20% of each lithium concentrate shipment until the prepayment has been repaid.

o Joint Venture Partner Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (AMA) has executed a separate offtake agreement with Burwill on the same terms making the total prepayment AUD25,000,000.

- First deliveries targeted for first quarter of 2018.

- Year?s three to five sales price will be by agreement based upon prevailing market conditions at the time.

- Tantalum concentrates are excluded and separate discussions are underway with potential off take parties. Bald Hill has a proven track record of producing high grade non Class 7 tantalum concentrates with low levels of impurities.
26-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL requests a trading halt to be placed on the company?s securities pending an announcement relating to a capital raising.



The company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Friday 28 April 2017.



The company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.



21-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Meeting will be held at 10.30am on 23 May 2017 at Quest West Perth, 54 Kings Park Road, West Perth WA 6005.
21-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL requests a trading halt to be placed on the company?s securities pending a material transaction involving an offtake agreement.



The company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Wednesday 26 April 2017.



The company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.



19-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
19-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Lithco No. 2 Pty Ltd., a 100% owned subsidiary of Tawana, and Singapore Exchange Listed Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (collectively, the ?Parties?) have on 18 April 2017 finalised the Bald Hill Joint Venture Agreement (?Bald Hill JV?) with respect to the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project (?Bald Hill Project?) in Western Australia for the purpose of joint exploration and exploitation of lithium and other minerals.



The Bald Hill JV formalises that the Parties have agreed to associate themselves in a joint venture (subject to Lithco No. 2 Pty Ltd. having earned its 50% interest), and outlines the terms and conditions in which the joint venture will conduct exploration and, if warranted, mining operations of lithium and all minerals on the Bald Hill tenements.



This concludes and finalises all agreements necessary for the Bald Hill Project.
11-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL announces that Lithco No. 2 Pty Ltd., a 100% owned subsidiary of Tawana, and Singapore Exchange Listed Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (collectively, the "Parties") have on 10 April 2017 finalised the Lithium Rights Joint Venture Agreement ("Lithium JV") with respect to the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project ("Project") in Western Australia for the purpose of joint exploration and exploitation of lithium.



The Lithium JV formalises that the Parties have agreed to associate themselves in a lithium joint venture (subject to Lithco No. 2 Pty Ltd. having earned its 50% interest) and outlines the terms and conditions in which the joint venture will conduct exploration and, if warranted, mining operations of the lithium rights at the Bald Hill tenements.



In addition, given the level of interest from both the capital markets and potential offtake partners to be involved in financing the development of the Project, Tawana has engaged Canaccord Genuity (Australia) Ltd. to provide corporate advisory services.

07-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announcements dated 3 April 2017 ?Tawana Resources NL ? Investor Presentation April 2017? and 16 March 2017 ?Excellent Results from Large Scale Metallurgical Test Work? (Original Announcements). The Original Announcements contain reference to indicative plant operating parameters (Parameters) for the purpose of a Feasability Study which is due for release at the end of April 2017.



For the avoidance of doubt, investors are advised that the Parameters being investigated as part of the Feasibility Study do not constitute a production forecast or target in relation to mineral resources associated with any of the Company?s projects. The Company wishes to clarify that the Company has performed metallurgical test work on the proposed 1mtpa Dense Media Separation (?DMS?) and based the metallurgical results obtained from variability test work, the potential output was stated.



In saying that, in an effort to avoid any potential confusion, the Company wishes to retract the following Original Announcements:

- 3 April 2017 ?Tawana Resources NL ? Investor Presentation April 2017?. A replacement announcement can be found on the Company?s website at: www.tawana.com.au.

- 16 March 2017 ?Excellent Results from Large Scale Metallurgical Test Work?. A replacement announcement is attached.



The Company cautions investors against using any statements made in the Original Announcement which may indicate or amount to a reporting of a production target or forecast financial information, as a basis for making any investment decisions about shares in the Company.



The primary purpose of disclosing this information was to inform on the plant feed size being considered in the Feasibility Study and provide an intended scale of the Bald Hill Mine, should the outcome of the feasibility warrant support construction.
03-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Advancing Towards Lithium Production".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company's website at: www.tawana.com.au.



29-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL has published the annual report for the year ended 31 December 2016 today, 29 March 2016.



The shareholders of Tawana are advised that a copy of the annual report can be found on the company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.
28-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the ?company?) advised that the vendors of the Cowan and Yallari Lithium Projects (refer ASX announcement 6 March 2017) have elected to receive AUD1 000 000 in cash and AUD1 000 000 in Tawana shares (50% escrowed for 12 months).



Cowan Project

The Cowan Project comprises three tenements totalling 159km2. The tenements are adjacent to the Bald Hill Mine (Tawana earning 50%), at which the company is expected to commence lithium production in 2017. The Cowan Project contains a large number of LCT pegmatites some of which are proven to contain significant spodumene.



Yallari Project

The fourth tenement is a 41.2km2 application which forms part of the company?s Yallari Project, located 6km west of the Mt Marion lithium mine (75km NW of the Cowan Project). The tenement contains numerous pegmatites in the same host-rock sequence as Mt Marion and is located close to the Depot Hill granodiorite. No exploration for lithium has been undertaken to date, however the project is considered highly prospective.
16-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that larger scale metallurgical test work has delivered exceptional results which will allow for a simple, low-capital, low-risk startup operation and a short construction period for the planned commissioning at the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Mine in October 2017.



Highlights

? Larger scale metallurgical test work completed.

? Two key findings of Bald Hill mineralisation are:

? The ability to produce grades well in excess of 6% Li2O at good mass yields and acceptably low iron content.

? The ability to reject 60-70% of the feed mass after a first pass Dense Media Separation (?DMS?), thus reducing processing costs appreciably.

? After removal of -1mm fines and mica, 78% of feed to the plant, containing 83% of the lithium, is available for low-cost gravity DMS processing.

? Recovery to immediately marketable concentrates from the DMS is 76.4% with an additional 21.8% reporting to secondary concentrates for future processing. This equates to about 129 000tpa of high grade coarse concentrate grading +6.4% Li2O at 1mtpa of feed.

? In addition, a total of 285 000t of fines and secondary concentrates, per million tonnes of feed, would be stockpiled for stage 2 processing or initially treated through the tantalum circuit.

? The benefits of the selected process route, for the stage one DMS circuit, are:

- Low capital cost

- Short time to commissioning, low risk

- Very low processing cost

- Production of a coarse high grade premium concentrate

? A circuit to treat the fines and secondary concentrates will be constructed after production commences and will be funded out of cash flow. This is expected to add
45 000t of concentrate at limited incremental cost.

? The plan is to operate the existing tantalum plant concurrently with the DMS spodumene circuit adding significant by-product credits. This plant would be fed from fines from the DMS circuit and additional high grade tantalum mineralisation mined whilst mining lithium mineralisation.

? The DMS Feasibility study is well advanced with plant and infrastructure costings for the DMS circuit expected at the end of March.

? A 5 tonne sample is currently being processed to provide concentrate parcels for potential off-take partners.

? A number of off-take partners have visited the Project in the past few weeks and the company is currently advancing negotiations for offtake.
06-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
03-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the ?company?) announced that infill drilling at the Bald Hill project, Western Australia is nearing completion. The drilling program has focused on the area where the maiden lithium resource will be estimated.



The maiden lithium resource which should be available in early April, will be another significant milestone as the company pursues spodumene production in 2017.



Tawana has completed 193 resource RC drill holes since 28 December, 2016.



Highlights

-- Three rigs at Bald Hill as spodumene pegmatite footprint continues to increase.

-- Numerous high grade lithium and tantalum intercepts. Best results include:

- 21m at 1.44% Li2O and 319ppm Ta2O5 from 61m in LRC0146;

- 20m at 1.38% Li2O from 59m Li2O in LRC0148;

- 6m at 1.11% from 71m and 16m at 1.44% from 99m in LRC209;

- 12m at 2.38% Li2O from 136m in LRC077; and

- 12m at 2.09% Li2O from 54m in LRC0257.

-- Drilling has clearly defined near-surface spodumene pegmatites located 800m from the process plant site and within the current fully permitted pit limit. Shallow intercepts included:

- 13m at 1.74% Li2O and 318ppm Ta2O5 from 19m in LRC0253;

- 7m at 1.21% Li2O and 683ppm Ta2O5 from 25m in LRC135;

- 11m at 1.62% Li2O from 29m including 8m at 2.05% Li2O in LRC0265; and

- 11m at 1.02% Li2O and 247ppm Ta2O5 from 14m in LRC0132.

-- Feasibility study is scheduled for completion within 5 weeks with the aim of commissioning the spodumene concentrator in October 2017.

-- Significant spodumene pegmatites discovered 300m west of the Hillview pit.
24-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that Lithco No. 2 (Pty) Ltd., a 100% owned subsidiary of Tawana and Singapore Exchange Listed Alliance Mineral Assets Limited (AMA) (collectively, the ?Parties?) have on 23 February 2017 finalised the farm-in agreement (?Farm-in Agreement?) with respect to the Bald Hill Lithium and Tantalum Project (?Project?) in Western Australia for the purpose of joint exploration and exploitation of lithium and other minerals.



The Farm-in Agreement is in line with the Binding Terms Sheet which requires Tawana:

1. to spend, by 31 December 2017 (or such later date as may be agreed between the parties), a minimum of AUD7.5 million on exploration, evaluation and feasibility (including administrative and other overhead costs in relation thereto) (?Expenditure Commitment?); and

2. to spend, by 31 December 2019 (which is a new commitment by Tawana from the Binding Term Sheet), AUD12.5 million in capital expenditure required for upgrading and converting the plant for processing ore derived from the Project, infrastructure costs, pre-stripping activities and other expenditures including operating costs (?Capital Expenditure?).



Upon completion of the Expenditure Commitment, Tawana shall be entitled to 50% of all rights to lithium minerals from the tenements comprising the Project (?Tenements?). Upon completion of the Expenditure Commitment and Capital Expenditure, Tawana will be entitled to a 50% interest in the Project (being all minerals from the tenements and the processing plant and infrastructure at Bald Hill).
13-Feb-2017
(Official Notice)
31-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana released a Quarterly Activities Report for the quarter to 31 December 201.



Highlights



Bald Hill Lithium Project

- Tawana Resources NL ("Tawana" or "the Company") acquired Lithco No.2 Pty Ltd. (Lithco), giving it the right to earn a 50% interest in all minerals (including lithium and tantalum), processing plant and infrastructure.

- The Project is currently owned by Alliance Mineral Assets Ltd. (AMAL) and is adjacent to Tawana"s Cowan Project.

- A conceptual engineering study was completed which highlighted a potentially highly profitable operation, rapid payback and a low capital cost by retrofitting a spodumene circuit.

- Experienced lithium plant engineering company Primero Group was engaged to conduct a Feasibility Study. Primero was involved with the latter stages of construction and is currently involved with the commissioning of Galaxy Resources Ltd."s Mt Cattlin Project.

- Tawana well-positioned to potentially become an Australian spodumene producer in the second half of 2017.



Cowan Lithium Project

- Spodumene, tantalum and tin pegmatites were intercepted at Cotters North located 10km NNW of the Bald Hill Mine in first pass drilling.



Uis Lithium Project

- Resource drilling of large stockpile is complete and results confirm to contain significant lithium and tin mineralisation.



Corporate

- A placement to raise AUD7.2 million completed to advance lithium projects.
27-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) announces high-grade lithium and tantalum results from resource drilling at multiple locations at the Bald Hill lithium and tantalum mine in Western Australia.



These results, which will contribute to the upcoming maiden lithium Resource estimate to be completed by the first quarter of 2017, further demonstrate the strong position of the Company to become a spodumene producer in 2017.



Refer to the attached Joint Announcement in relation to exploration results at the Bald Hill Mine.



Highlights

-Stacked lithium and/or tantalum rich pegmatites from surface to 140m;

-Three high grade intercepts over 300m strike of the central area;

*LRC0048 - 10m at 3.82% Li2O and 243ppm Ta2O5 from 159m including 8m at 4.43% Li2O5;

*LRC0049 ? 4m at 2.39% Li2O and 246ppm Ta205 from 23m;

*LRC0052 ? 7m at 1.93% Li2O and 261ppm Ta2O5 from 32m including 4m at 2.9% Li2O5 and 310ppm Ta205;

*LRC0048 and 49 intercepted other mineralised pegmatites;

-Drilling at the current north-western limit of the Western Pegmatite also intercepted very high grade mineralisation in LRC0015 - 6m at 1.61% Li2O and 586ppm Ta205 from 74m including 4m at 2.2% Li2O and 766ppm Ta2O5;

-Extensions to LRDD0006 ? intercepted 6.9m at 1.29% Li20 and 288ppm Ta205 from 141m in addition to 23m at 1.15% Li2O from 107m and 4m at 1.33% Li205 and 485ppm Ta205 from 74m previously reported.

-Strong patterns of zonation and very coarse-grained spodumene apparent with potential to use visual/analytical processes in grade control to separately stockpile Li, Li/Ta and Ta rich pegmatite during mining.

-Infill resource drilling is the current focus with the recent completion of initial metallurgical and sterilisation holes.

-Initial assays from the extensive St John pegmatite swarm returned significant near surface intercepts including 4m at 1.6% Li2O from 22m and 4m at 1.19% Li2O from 38m. The St John pegmatites located 4km northwest of the Bald Hill plant, occur in an area of at least 1.2km2 and are covered by mining leases.

-13 300m has been drilled since 12 October 2016 and Tawana is increasing drill rigs from 2 to 3.

-Feasibility study is due for completion by the end of March 2017 with the aim of commissioning of the spodumene concentrator to commence in October 2017.



16-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
30-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that the following options have expired and hence cancelled.

- 500 000 Options (AUD0.36, Expiry 12 December 2016); and

- 75 000 Class A Incentive Options (AUD0.30, Expiry 12 December 2016).
23-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana today, 23 December 2016, held a General Meeting at 10:00am at 228 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia.



All resolutions were unanimously passed by show of hands.
20-Dec-2016
(Official Notice)
23-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that the Notice of Meeting of Shareholders to approve the acquisition of Lithco No.2 (Pty) Ltd., which has earn in rights to the Bald Hill Mine has been despatched.



Shareholders should carefully consider the Independent Expert?s Report prepared for the purpose of the Shareholder approval required under ASX Listing Rule 10.1 (Refer to Resolutions 1 and 2). The Independent Expert?s Report comments on the fairness and reasonableness of the transactions the subject of these Resolutions to the non-associated Shareholders. The Independent Expert has determined the Acquisition is fair and reasonable to the non-associated Shareholders.



Notice of general meeting

* Time: 10.00am (WST)

* Date: 23 December 2016

* Place: 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia
17-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
17-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
01-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 26 October 2016, Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) is pleased to announce that tranche 1 of the capital raising has been completed and 29,628,825 ordinary shares at an issue price AUD0.12 per share were issued to sophisticated investors.



Tranche 2 of 30,371,175 shares at an issue price of AUD0.12 per share is subject to shareholder approval and the Notice of General Meeting will be sent out in the next couple of weeks. The funds from tranche 1 of the placement will be used to continue the substantial drilling program at the Cowan Lithium Project, conduct due diligence on the adjoining Bald Hill Mine (refer ASX announcement on 24 October 2016) and complete the drilling and metallurgy at the Uis Lithium Project in Namibia.



Funds from tranche 2 of the placement will be used to advance the Bald Hill Mine and Cowan Lithium Project including further drilling, metallurgical test work, engineering studies and potential development scenarios. With reference to the 29,628,825 shares issued today, in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the Company gives notice under paragraph 708A(5)(e) that
26-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the ?company?) announced that it has received commitments for a placement to raise AUD7.2 million (before costs) via the issue of 60 million shares at an issue price of AUD0.12 per share. The placement was strongly supported by quality institutional investors, reflecting the quality of the company?s lithium assets.



Under the terms of the placement, the company will issue 29 628 825 shares under its 15% placement capacity in the coming days and will issue a further 30 371 175 shares following shareholder approval (expected early December).



The placement price of AUD0.12 per share represents less than an 8% discount to Tawana?s last traded price of AUD0.13 on 20 October 2016 and a 3% discount to the 30 day trading VWAP.



The funds from tranche 1 of the placement will be used to continue the substantial drilling program at the Cowan Lithium Project, conduct due diligence on the adjoining Bald Hill Mine (refer ASX announcement on 24 October 2016) and complete the drilling and metallurgy at the Uis Lithium Project in Namibia.



Funds from tranche 2 of the placement will be used to advance the Bald Hill Mine and Cowan Lithium Project including further drilling, metallurgical test work, engineering studies and potential development scenarios.



Canaccord Genuity (Australia) Ltd. acted as the Lead Manager to the placement.
24-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
24-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources requests a voluntary suspension to be placed on the company?s securities pending an announcement relating to a capital raising.



The company requests the voluntary suspension continue to the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Wednesday 26 October 2016.



The company is not aware of any reason why the voluntary suspension should not be granted.
20-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Mt Belches Lithium Projects

- Phase 1 reverse circulation (RC) drilling commenced at the Cowan Lithium Project to test:

o Areas containing outcropping pegmatites including spodumeme-rich pegmatites previously reported;

o Areas without outcrops but anomalous bottom-of-hole lithium geochemical anomalies from prior shallow rotary air blast (RAB) drilling; and

o Areas of gravity anomalies from a recent closed-spaced gravity survey.

- Phase 1 expected to be complete in the December quarter.



Acquisition of Second Lithium Project

- Tawana entered into an agreement to acquire the giant Uis pegmatite tailings project in Namibia.

- The tailings stockpile is estimated to be about 20 million tonnes and sampling to date has indicated potentially attractive lithium grades.

- Initial drilling will commence in late October and assay results are expected in December.

- Initial drilling and metallurgical test work is expected to cost less than AUD200 000.



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

- The Company received formal response from Liberia?s IMCC with regard to its submission of the Mineral Development Agreement. The Company will provide comments to the IMCC in the coming quarter.

- Low cost exploration has recommenced with mapping over known extensions of current iron ore deposits.



Corporate

- As at 30 September 2016, Tawana held USD2.2 million in cash.

- Mark Calderwood appointed Chief Executive Officer who has significant corporate credentials and relevant exploration experience.

- In July 2016, the Company completed a placement to raise USD1.75 million.
20-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana requests a trading halt to be placed on the company?s securities pending an announcement relating to an acquisition.



The company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Monday 24 October 2016.



The company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.
30-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 23 September 2016, Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) announces that it has issued 5,000,000 shares to the vendors of the Lithium Africa No 1 (Pty) Ltd.



With reference to the shares issued yesterday, in accordance with section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), the company gives notice under section 708A(5)(e) of the Corporations Act that:

The shares were issued under a placement without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Corporations Act.



As at the date of this notice:

*The company has complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Corporations Act as it applies to the company;

*The company has complied with section 674 of the Corporations Act; and

*As at the date of this notice, there is no excluded information within the meaning of sections 708A(7) and 708A(8) of the Corporations Act which is required to be disclosed under section 708A(6)(e) of the Corporations Act.



23-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire mining rights to the giant Uis pegmatite tailings stockpile (?Uis Project? or ?Project?) in Namibia.



Highlights

The Uis Project is a unique opportunity representing an estimated 20Mt of tailings stockpile derived from one of the largest pegmatite tin mines in the world.



The Project meets Tawana?s lithium selection criteria of:

- Jurisdiction ? Namibia is ranked fourth in Africa on the 2015 Investment Attractiveness Index by the Fraser Institute and ninth in the World for Mining Investment in 2014 by Behre Dolbear.

- Potential Size ? the stockpile is estimated to be about 20 million tonnes.

- Lithium grade ? limited sampling to date indicates potentially attractive lithium grades.

- Drill ready and known target ? initial drilling of the tailings stockpile will test the lithium grade and is expected to commence in October 2016.

- Low cost to test ? initial drilling and metallurgical test-work is expected to cost less than AUD200 000. Namibia is a relatively low-cost country with a currency linked to the South African Rand.

- Location ? only 220km from port with excellent road access.

- Infrastructure ? the Uis area has excellent infrastructure for power, water, accommodation and local workforce.

- Short term production potential ? subject to grade, engineering simplicity and environmental certification the brown-fields Uis Project could be taken to production within a relatively short time.

- Low Capex ? with no mining or crushing required, the level of infrastructure and location, development capex would be expected to be significantly reduced.



The low-cost first drilling program and metallurgy test work should give an excellent understanding of the potential of the project to produce a lithium concentrate in a short period of time.?
15-Sep-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the ?company?) announced it has commenced drilling on the Cowan lithium project, located in the Goldfields region of Western Australia. Phase 1 of the drilling program will consist of at least 10 000m of RC drilling within the large LCT1 pegmatite belt and has been planned to test:

- Areas containing outcropping LCT pegmatites, including spodumene rich pegmatites previously reported.

- Areas without outcrops but anomalous bottom of hole lithium geochemical anomalies from prior shallow RAB drilling.

- Areas of gravity anomalies from a recent close spaced trial gravity survey with the aim of calibrating sub-surface geology.



Approximately 140 holes are expected to be completed on wide spaced drill traverses (refer figure 3). The angled holes are expected to average 80m depth and spaced at between 40 and 80m along the traverses. A further 90 hole locations (phase 2) have been marked, however final locations will vary dependent on the geology encountered in initial drilling.



Preparations during August have included outcrop and scree mapping, rock chip and spot soil sampling and a close spaced trial gravity survey. Results of mapping broadly confirm previous results with several additional LCT pegmatites identified including an apparent extension of 3.3km to the known extent of the western LCT pegmatite belt. Gravity images are showing fabric which appears to align with limited outcropping pegmatites, drilling will assist in final interpretation of the gravity surveys.
12-Sep-2016
(C)
Income for the interim period tumbled to AUD6 274 (AUD18 953). Net loss attributable to Tawana narrowed to AUD561 730 (loss of AUD875 536). In addition, headline loss per share improved to AUD0.67cps (loss of AUD1.4cps).



Dividends

No dividend has been declared or paid during the half-year or the previous corresponding period.
24-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 11 July 2016, Tawana announced that tranche 2 of the capital raising has been completed and 50 380 000 ordinary shares at an issue price of AUD0.025 per share were issued today to sophisticated investors.



The funds raised will be used to advance exploration on the Company's recently acquired Mt Belches Lithium Projects.



In addition 40 000 000 shares were issued today to the vendors of the Mount Belches Lithium Projects as approved by shareholders at the General Meeting dated 23 August 2016 and 1 500 000 shares were issued today to the mandated manager who was engaged by the Directors to assist with the placement. No cash fees were paid as part of the engagement.
23-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources today, 23 August 2016, held a General Meeting at 10.00am at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia. All Resolutions were unanimously passed by show of hands.
28-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana released their quarterly activities report.



Highlights



Mt Belches Lithium Projects

- Tawana acquired Mount Belches Pty Ltd. (?Mt Belches?), which has one tenement application and rights (via an option agreement) to acquire 100% of three exploration licences and one exploration licence application, all of which are highly prospective for lithium and located in the Goldfields region of Western Australia.

- The Cowan Lithium Project covers approximately 26km strike of two belts containing a large number of rare element pegmatites.

- Prior shallow exploration and previous small scale mining focused on tantalum and tin only.

- Anomalous lithium assayed in wide spaced geochem - rock chip sampling.

- A number of spodumene-rich pegmatites mapped and a large number of drill-ready lithium geo-chemical anomalies identified in previous exploration data.

- Recent rock-chip sampling returned grades of up to 1.85% Li (3.99% Li2O) from spodumene- rich pegmatite.

- Drilling to test the known spodumene pegmatites and lithium geochemical anomalies is planned for September 2016.

- The purchase consideration for Mt Belches will be the issue of 40 000 000 Tawana shares to shareholders of Mt Belches.



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

Project Studies - Mine, Logistics, Infrastructure and Approvals

- The Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) for Tawana?s 100% owned Mofe Creek Project, incorporating both the northern and southern tenements and a potential early start-up project for Direct Shipping Ore (DSO), continues to be under review by Liberia?s Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) and a response is anticipated in the September 2016 quarter. The Company is conducting minimal exploration work on the Mofe Creek Project until the MDA has been received.



Corporate

- As at 30 June 2016, Tawana Resources had AAUD1.2 million in cash.

- Mark Calderwood appointed Chief Executive Officer who has significant corporate credentials and relevant exploration experience.

- The Company completed a one for one non-renounceable rights issue at an issue price of AUD0.015 per share which raised AUD1.1 million before costs.

- On 8 April 2016, the Company?s shareholders approved a one-for-twenty consolidation of its issued capital.

- In July 2016, the Company received commitments for a placement to raise AUD1.75 million at an issue price of AUD0.025 per share.
22-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 11 July 2016, Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana? or the ?Company?) is pleased to announce that tranche 1 of the capital raising has been completed and 19 620 000 ordinary shares at an issue price AUD0.025 per share were issued today to sophisticated investors.



Tranche 2 of 50 400 000 shares at an issue price of AUD0.025 per share is subject to shareholder approval on 23 August 2016 as outlined in the Notice of General Meeting announced on 21 July 2016.



The funds raised will be used to advance exploration on its recently acquired Mt Belches Lithium Projects (also subject to shareholder approval).
22-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Meeting will be held at 10.00am (WST) on 23 August 2016 at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia.
13-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement of 11 July 2016, Tawana announced that Mark Calderwood has commenced as the Chief Executive Officer (?CEO?) of the Company. He has extensive experience in mineral exploration and production management, is an authority on pegmatites and was a co-author of the ?Pegmatites of Western Australia?. Mr Calderwood was CEO of Perseus Mining Ltd. for 9 years and is currently non- executive director of three junior gold explorers.
11-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the acquisition of Mount Belches Pty Ltd .(?Mt Belches?), which has one tenement application and rights (via an option agreement) to acquire 100% of three exploration licences and one exploration licence application, all of which are highly prospective for lithium and located in the Goldfields region of Western Australia. The five tenements (Tenements) are located in two project areas:

- Cowan - comprising three granted exploration licences totalling 159 square km and located approximately 55km south-east of Kambalda; and

- Yallari - comprising two exploration licence applications totalling 100 square km and located approximately 25km south-east of Coolgardie, adjacent to the Coolgardie-Esperance Hwy.



Highlights

- The Cowan Project covers approximately 26km strike of two belts containing a large number of rare element pegmatites.

- Prior shallow exploration and previous small scale mining focused on tantalum and tin only.

- Anomalous lithium assayed in wide spaced geochemistry and rock chip sampling.

- A number of spodumene-rich pegmatites mapped and a large number of drill-ready lithium geo- chemical anomalies identified in previous exploration data.

- Recent rock-chip sampling returned grades of up to 1.85% Li (3.99% Li2O) from spodumene-rich pegmatite.

- Drilling to test the known spodumene pegmatites and lithium geochemical anomalies is planned for September 2016.

- Mark Calderwood appointed as Chief Executive Officer who has significant corporate credentials and relevant exploration experience.

- Tawana has received commitments for a USD1,750,000 Placement.

- Purchase consideration for Mt Belches will be the issue of 40,000,000 Tawana shares to shareholders of Mt Belches, none of whom are related parties of the Company.
07-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana requested a voluntary suspension to be placed on the company?s securities pending an announcement relating to an acquisition.



The company requests the voluntary suspension continue to the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Monday 11 July 2016.



The company is not aware of any reason why the voluntary suspension should not be granted.
06-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana requested a trading halt to be placed on the company?s securities pending an announcement relating to an acquisition.



The company requests the securities remain in pre-open until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Friday 8 July 2016.



The company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.
17-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that the Company has issued 39 356 093 fully paid ordinary shares from the recent Rights Issue (refer ASX announcement 1 June 2016) (Shortfall Shares).



In addition the Company has issued 2 500 000 options at an exercise price of AUD0.035 (133% premium to the rights issue price) (Placement Options) to the mandated manager who was engaged by the Board of Directors to assist with placement of the Shortfall Shares. No cash fees were paid as part of this engagement. The Company raised AUD1 106 441 (before costs) as a result of the rights issue.
01-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana received acceptances for a total of 34 406 658 new fully paid ordinary shares in the capital of the Company (Shares) from eligible shareholders under its one for one non- renounceable pro-rata rights offer to raise up to approximately USD1 106 441 (before costs) at an offer price of USD0.015 per Share under the Offer Document dated 4 May 2016. The Company received ASX acceptances of 32 471 588 Shares and JSE acceptances of 1 935 070 Shares. The issue of the ASX shares is scheduled to occur on 3 June 2016 and the JSE Shares is scheduled to occur on 7 June 2016.



As detailed in the Offer Document, the Directors reserve the right to issue the 39 356 093 Shortfall Shares at their absolute discretion to raise a further USD590 340. The Shortfall Shares, if issued, will be issued on the same terms as Shares offered under the Offer Document and such remaining offer of the Shortfall Shares will remain open until 27 August 2016.
24-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (ASX: TAW) held an Annual General Meeting of shareholders at 10.30am WST at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia.



In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the AGM were passed on a show of hands:

*Resolution 1 Adoption of Remuneration Report

*Resolution 2 Re-election of Michael Naylor

*Resolution 3 Re-election of Robert Benussi

*Resolution 4 Re-election of Michael Bohm

*Resolution 5 Resolution withdrawn
24-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Tanana held an Annual General Meeting of shareholders at 10.30am WST at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia.



In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the AGM were passed on a show of hands:

*Resolution 1 Adoption of Remuneration Report

*Resolution 2 Re-election of Michael Naylor

*Resolution 3 Re-election of Robert Benussi

*Resolution 4 Re-election of Michael Bohm

*Resolution 5 Resolution withdrawn
18-May-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that the Offer Document for the Non-Renounceable Rights Issue announced on 4 May 2016 was dispatched to eligible shareholders on Wednesday 18 May 2016, together with personalised entitlement and acceptance forms. As previously advised, the closing date for acceptances is 27 May 2016.
04-May-2016
(Official Notice)
22-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
22-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
19-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Tawana Resources NL ACN 085 166 721 (Company) will be held at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia commencing at 10.30am (WST) on Tuesday, 24 May 2016.

08-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (ASX: TAW) held a General Meeting of shareholders at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia regarding the consolidation of its share capital.



At the General Meeting, the Resolution was unanimously passed by show of hands.



In accordance with section 251AA of the Corporations Act, proxy votes exercisable by all proxies validly appointed were:



South African shareholders of Tawana are reminded of the following dates and events:

*Friday, 15 April 2016: Last day to Trade for South African shareholders

*Monday,18 April 2016: New capital structure listed on the JSE and trading commences under the new ISIN Number: AU0000TAWDA9

*Friday, 22 April 2016: Record date for the Consolidation for South African shareholders

*Monday, 25 April 2016: Dematerialised shareholders will have their accounts at their CSDP or broker updated. New share certificates in consolidated form will be posted to those certificated shareholders who have surrendered their share certificates by 12:00 on the record date.



Notes for South African Shareholders:

*South African shareholders should note that trade in Shares on the JSE is settled through Strate, with settlement of a trade occurring five Business Days following a trade.

*All Dematerialised Shareholders (other than those with own name registration) must provide their CSDP or Broker with their instructions for voting at the Meeting by the cut-off time and date stipulated by their CSDP or Broker in terms of their respective custody agreements.

*No Dematerialisation or Rematerialisation of pre-consolidated Shares may take place from the Business Day following the last day to trade until the close of business on the record date.

*All times referred to in this Notice are references to South African standard time on a 24 hour basis unless specified otherwise.



04-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that Ms Melanie Li was appointed as Joint Company Secretary of the Company effective 1 April 2016.
31-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Revenue from continuing operations fell to AUD38 217 (AUD68 576). Net loss attributable to members of Tawana widened to AUD9.4 million (loss of AUD2.3 million). In addition, loss per share from continuing and discontinuing operations worsened to AUD12.75cps (loss of AUD3.27cps).



Annual report

Tawana Resources NL has published the annual report for the year ended 31 December 2015. The shareholders of Tawana are advised that a copy of the annual report can be found on the company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.
16-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Reorganisation timetable and details

*Record date: Thursday April 14, 2016

*Date of security holder meeting: Friday April 8, 2016

*Last day for trading in the pre-re-organised securities: Tuesday April 12, 2016

*Effective date. Trading in the re-organised securities commences on a deferred settlement basis. If the entity's securities are suspended from trading during this period there will be no deferred settlement trading however ASX still captures this date: Wednesday April 13, 2016

*First day for entity to send notices to security holders of the change in the number of securities they hold. First day for entity to register securities on a post-reorganised basis : Friday April 15, 2016

*Issue date. Deferred settlement market ends. Last day for entity to send notices to security holder of the change in the number of securities they hold. Last day for entity to register securities on a post-reorganised basis : Thursday April 21, 2016

*Trading starts on a normal T2 basis : Friday April 22, 2016



Consolidation ratio

The securities will be consolidated on the basis that every 20 (pre-consolidation) securities will be consolidated into 1 (post-consolidation) security (/ies).
08-Mar-2016
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (?Tawana?) announces the proposal to undertake a one-for-twenty consolidation of its issued capital. The consolidation will create a more efficient and streamlined capital structure resulting in the shares on issue being reduced from approximately 1,475.3 million to 73.8 million.



All outstanding options will be consolidated on the same ratio which will result in a total of 1.12 million options on issue.



Further details are available in the attached Notice of General Meeting which was dispatched today.



Notice of General Meeting

General Meeting of shareholders to be held at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia at 9:00am (WST) on 8 April 2016.





18-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
08-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
07-Dec-2015
(Official Notice)
The Board of Tawana advised that Mr Robert Benussi has been appointed to the Board of Directors (the Board) as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company with effect 4 December 2015.



In conjunction with the appointment of Mr Benussi, Mr Wayne Richards has resigned as a Director and will leave the Company today. The Board would like to thank Mr Richards for his significant contribution to the Company and the advancement of the Mofe Creek Project since commencing his role in 2013 and wish him all the best for the future.



As part of the Board restructure, Mr Michael Bohm will assume the role as Non-Executive Chairman. The Board will continue to review the program for the Mofe Creek project in light of the prolonged downturn in the iron ore price and junior exploration investor sentiment, while continuing to examine other prospective investment opportunities.
19-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana (?the company?) announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia has approved the Annual Environmental Audit Report for the southern licence (MEL 1223/14) while also granting a renewal permit for the northern exploration licence (MEL 12029). Both licences constitute the company?s 100%- owned Mofe Creek project (Project).



EPA approval was granted following an independent audit of the company?s current operational activities relating to exploration activities being performed over MEL 1223/14 and MEL 12029. Tawana?s exploration program was deemed to be compliant in relation to the requirements of the EPA permit issuance, which ensures adherence to impact prevention or mitigation measures, as originally submitted by Tawana for EPA approval.
28-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
20-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana (?the company?) announced that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia has approved the Scoping Report and Terms of Reference report for an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), for the company?s Mofe Creek project (Project).



This approval represents a key step forward in the ESIA process, and forms part of Tawana's commitment to obtaining an Environmental Permit and Mining Licence for the Project.



The approval represents the culmination of over a year?s technical and geological field work in conjunction with community and stakeholder consultative work within the Project area.
15-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources (the ?company?) is pleased to provide the following update on the company?s principal growth activities and strategic direction:

* Advancement of the Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) for the Mofe Creek project (the Project), representative of both the northern and southern tenements and a potential early start-up project for Direct Shipping Ore (DSO).

* Advancement of the Port Infrastructure Cooperation Agreement with WISCO CAD, following the recent signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (refer ASX release 18th May 2015).

* Advancement of discussions with international and domestic Mining - Services provider groups with interests in the co-development of the Mofe Creek project, by way of either: equity investment; farm-in arrangements at the asset level; and/or joint funding at the asset development level. These discussions are ongoing and have not resulted in a material agreement to date.

* Preparation of a trenching/low capital-intensive exploration program for the potential qualification and quantification of the DSO discovery at the Goehn project area, on the southern tenement.

* Submission of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) renewal licence and annual report for Tawana?s northern licence (MEL 12029).

* Submission of the first Quarterly Exploration report for the southern licence (MEL 1223/14).

* Finalisation of the geochemical and geophysical report for the analysis of the mineralisation within the proposed future ore bodies within the tenements: this is the culmination of almost 15 months of detailed and selective work.

* Submission of the EPA Terms of Reference document and Scoping Study for the development of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) program ? document forecast to be returned in September.

* Receipt of R-D refund and reduction in corporate operating costs and staff salaries (including principal contractors).

* Completion of a strategic review of the company?s forward development program for both the Mofe Creek project and other potential projects representative of Australian dollar explorers/developers/producers linked to US dollar income ? to capitalise on the current exchange rate and AUD:USUD trending.

* Commencement of a process of identifying counter cyclical investments that complement Tawana?s core competencies, capabilities and market trends.

* Commencement of Michael Bohm as a Non-executive Director in August.
11-Sep-2015
(C)
Interest income for the interim period decreased to AUD18 953 (2014: AUD32 919). Net loss for the period from continuing operations narrowed to AUD843 336 (2014: loss of AUD1.2 million). Furthermore, net loss for the period attributable to Tawana Resources NL amounted to AUD875 536 (2014: loss of AUD1.2 million). Headline loss per share was recorded at AUD0.06 (2014: headline loss of AUD0.09cps)



Dividends

No dividend has been declared or paid during the half-year or the previous corresponding period.



03-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that it has received proceeds of AUD379 004 (net of fees) from the Australian Taxation Office in respect of Research and Development (R-D) conducted in the 2014 year. The R-D Tax Incentive provides a tax rebate to support Australian companies to undertake research and development in Australia. During the year ended 31 December 2014, Tawana incurred eligible R-D expenditure from which the tax rebate was calculated.



Reduced Operating Expenditure Program Implemented:

The Company has diligently continued to reduce corporate and Liberian expenditure (whilst advancing the Project?s principal activities) to minimise cash outflow whilst maintaining key personnel. Key corporate and senior executive officers of the Company (both permanent and contract personnel) have all in turn accepted a 20% salary reduction in a bid to further reduce operating and governance expenditure whilst maximising the Company?s healthy cash position. The Company had a cash balance of circa AUD1.6 million (pre R-D refund) as at 30 June 2015 and has no debt.
18-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that a Scoping Report and Terms of Reference report for an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA), for the Company?s Mofe Creek project (Project) has been submitted for review to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia.



Once the Terms of Reference report has been granted EPA approval, the Mofe Creek project?s ESIA studies can be fully progressed. This submission represents a key step forward in the ESIA process, and forms part of Tawana's commitment to obtaining an Environmental Permit and Mining Licence for the Mofe Creek project.



Both reports are the culmination of over a year?s surveillance and community consultative work within the Project areas. Tawana engaged two accredited consultants, Earth Systems (international consultancy) and Earth Environmental Consultancy (EEC, a Liberian consultancy based in Monrovia) to prepare the Scoping Report and Terms of Reference, in line with relevant Liberian environmental and EIA regulations.
06-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
31-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that further to the ASX announcement on 3 July 2015 Michael Bohm will commence as an Independent Non- Executive Director of the Company with effect from 1 August 2015. In conjunction with the appointment of Michael, Mr Len Kolff will cease as a Director also effective 1 August 2015.
22-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
14-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled ?Africa?s Most Viable New Iron Ore Project July 2015 Roadshow?.



A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.
08-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
03-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the appointment of Michael Bohm to the Board of Directors (the Board) as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company with effect from 1 August 2015.



Michael is an experienced mining professional with extensive corporate, project and operational management experience in the minerals industry in Australia, South East Asia, Africa, Chile, Canada and Europe/UK. A graduate of the WA School of Mines, Michael has worked as a mining engineer, mine manager, study manager, project manager, project director and managing director. He has been directly involved in a number of project developments in the resources sector both in Australia and offshore.



His corporate experience includes previous directorships at Sally Malay Mining Ltd. (now Panoramic Resources) in Australia (ASX), Ashton Mining of Canada (TSX), Herencia Resources (AIM) and Argyle Diamond Mines Pty Ltd. Michael currently serves on the board of ASX/TSX listed gold producer Perseus Mining Ltd. and ASX listed gold producer Ramelius Resources Ltd.



In conjunction with the appointment of Michael, Mr Len Kolff will step down from the Board to pursue other career opportunities effective 1 August 2015.
17-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana provided the following updates in relation to the Mofe Creek iron ore project (the Project):

* Tawana has been granted approval to commence its Exploration Work Program on its recently acquired and wholly-owned southern exploration licence MEL1223/14 by Liberia?s Ministry of Lands, Mines - Energy (MLME). This new licence is highly prospective for Direct Shipping Ore (DSO) mineralisation, as observed in the field and highlighted in the ASX release 7th May 2015. Further ongoing field mapping work will systematically assess remaining and additional targets which include DSO potential.

* Tawana has likewise been awarded its Environmental Protection Agency permit for MEL1223/14. This permit allows the Company to progress field exploration activities and is a legal requirement under Liberian regulations.

* Low-cost exploration activities currently being progressed, including geological mapping to define further new targets within tenement MEL1223/14, continue to provide encouraging results. These encouraging results strengthen the rationale for further low-cost exploration in the area, with the potential number of targets now increased to 74 magnetic and topographic anomalies across both tenements.

* A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been executed between the Company and WISCO-CAD (Wisco) for the use of the Freeport iron ore facility in Monrovia (refer ASX release of 18th May 2015). Wisco is the owner-operator of the iron ore port facility and is currently exporting iron ore. A draft Cooperation Agreement has been forwarded to Wisco for review and negotiation.

* Tawana continues to advance discussions with in-country iron ore producers and developers on potential co-sharing infrastructure arrangements for a common-user port and infrastructure corridor.

* The Company has been granted an eight-month extension of the initial three-year exploration term for both licences MEL12029 and MEL1223/14 by the MLME, in consideration of last year?s Ebola outbreak and acknowledged Force Majeure event.

* The Company is currently awaiting a formal response from Liberia?s Inter- Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) with regard the first pass submission of Tawana Liberia Inc.?s Mineral Development Agreement. Negotiations are expected to progress in the coming month(s).
12-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
With effect from the commencement of business on Monday, 15 June 2015, the Perth Office of Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited is moving to:

Level 11

172 St Georges Terrace

Perth WA 6000



Telephone and postal address details remain unchanged as follows:

Phone number - 1300 787 272



Postal Address

GPO Box D182

Perth WA 6840



Lodgement of documentation by member organisations, security holders and other parties must be made at the new address from Monday 15 June 2015.



Further questions can be directed to Jim Farrer, General Manager WA.
28-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (the company) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded its Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) permit for its recently acquired and wholly-owned southern exploration licence MEL1223/14. This permit allows the company to progress field exploration activities and is a legal requirement under Liberian regulations.



The company is also pleased to announce an eight-month extension to the initial three-year licence term for both of the company?s 100%-owned tenements, MEL12029 and MEL1223/14, in acknowledgement of the Force Majeure event by the Government of Liberia, resulting from the Ebola outbreak in 2014 and early 2015.



The company, through an independent Environmental and Social consulting group, Earth Environmental Consulting of Liberia, completed the requisite site visits and submitted an independent environmental audit report to the EPA in March 2015, as required under the Liberian Exploration Regulations1.



The EPA subsequently approved the independent audit report and awarded the company an EPA permit for ongoing exploration activities.



The company has been granted an eight-month extension of the initial three-year exploration term for both licences MEL12029 and MEL1223/14 by the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy (MLME), in consideration of the Ebola outbreak and acknowledged Force Majeure event. 1 Regulations Governing Exploration Under A mineral Exploration License of the Republic of Liberia (?Exploration Regulations?), MLME, March 2010
26-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana held an Annual General Meeting of shareholders at 10.30am WST at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia. In accordance with ASX Listing Rule 3.13.2, it is confirmed that the following resolutions put to the AGM were passed on a show of hands:

* Resolution 2 Re-election of Lennard Kolff

* Resolution 3 Re-election of Michael Naylor

* Resolution 4 Change of Auditors

* Resolution 6 Adoption of Employee Incentive Option Plan

* Resolution 7 Issue of Incentive Options to Lennard Kolff

* Resolution 8 Issue of Incentive Options to Michael Naylor



Resolution 1 relating to the adoption of the Remuneration Report and Resolution 5 relating to approval of 10% Placement Capacity under ASX Listing Rule 7.1.A, were not carried by shareholders on a poll.
18-May-2015
(Official Notice)
07-May-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the discovery of new high-grade mineralisation at the Company?s recently acquired, 100% owned MEL1223/14 Mofe Creek South licence. This ?Zaway South? prospect, incorporates grades of up to 61.6% Fe - Direct Shipping Ore (DSO) mineralisation, in addition to coarse-grained, friable itabirite mineralisation over a strike of greater than 4.5km.



The new high-grade mineralisation of potential DSO grade and quality has been defined over a 900m x 250m area, enhancing the prospectivity for further DSO discoveries. Mineralisation remains open to the east and is coincident with a 2km-long hill, where strong potential remains for additional itabirite mineralisation to be defined.



Additionally, greater than 4.5km of combined strike length of coarse-grained itabirite has been delineated within the adjacent mineralised zones within this area (Refer Figure 4). These discoveries within the newly acquired licence area, collectively represent just one of four high-priority target areas defined within the overall Mofe Creek southern licence area. The itabirite mineralisation defined, has similar geological characteristics to the 61.9Mt at 33%Fe maiden resource estimate at the flagship Gofolo Main and Zaway deposits located on adjoining Licence MEL 12029 (refer ASX release 31st March 2014) and are within a 3km trucking distance of the latter deposit.
30-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project (the Project)

Project Studies - Mine, Logistics, Infrastructure and Approvals

* A number of significant milestones were achieved in the advancement of the Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) including:

o The President of the Republic of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf officially appointing an Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) to negotiate Tawana?s Mofe Creek MDA; and

o A formal presentation of Tawana?s Mofe Creek Iron Ore project to the IMCC in Monrovia, was successfully concluded in April 2015.



Environmental and Community

* Resumption of site-based activities within Liberia and the subsequent remobilisation of all expatriate staff to Monrovia and the Project area to advance corporate and field activities.

* As part of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment, the company commenced an independent and targeted campaign of local community consultation and briefing meetings with stakeholders located within the proposed future mining areas.



Exploration and Leases

* Local field teams remobilised to site and geological mapping and rock-chip sampling of high-priority targets within the wholly-owned southern MEL1223/14 tenement commenced.

* Four high-priority target areas were defined within MEL1223/14 from remote-sensing data.



Corporate

* Tawana is currently in discussions with Liberian iron ore developers/producers regarding potential infrastructure development options and solutions for the Project. These discussions are reflective of the company?s MDA proposal, an early start-up production scenario, and the longer-term sustained operational paradigm, as outlined in the Scoping Study1.

* Expressions of interest have been received to purchase the company?s total shareholding and loan account in Diamond Resources (a 100% -owned subsidiary of Tawana Resources NL).

* The company conducted international promotional roadshows in the United Arab Emirates and Hong Kong in March, and in London in April.

* As at 31 March 2015, Tawana Resources held USD2.2 million in cash.



The company is continuing to implement low cost, value-accretive activities including the advancement of the MDA, targeted exploration activities and critical-path dependent ESIA baseline studies, as part of the Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) deliverables.
23-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Tawana will be held at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia commencing at 10.30am (WST) on Tuesday, 26 May 2015.
21-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana is pleased to announce that it has completed the first phase of consultations with Project stakeholders within the Mofe Creek project area, as part of its ongoing Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) on its 100% - owned Mofe Creek project (the Project) in Liberia, West Africa.



The Company, in conjunction with its environmental and social consulting partner Earth Systems, and local partner Earth Environmental Consulting (EEC) of Liberia, have been working diligently to complete the scoping consultation meetings with community members within the Project district over the past month. Through the consultation process, meetings have been held with national and regional government authorities, non-governmental organisations and community stakeholders.



These meetings form the basis of the Scoping Report and ESIA Terms of Reference document, defining the ESIA content and process. Together, the two documents will be submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency and complement the next phase of the ESIA process including detailed baseline air, noise and dust/weather studies. The culmination of these studies will assist in defining key technical and operational design criteria for the project?s Pre-Feasibility Study.



EEC with support from the Company?s Community Liaison Officer have been engaged in the community consultation meetings within the Project area, as part of our social and community initiative process. In addition to fulfilling environmental regulatory requirements, these meetings are also an important aspect of the Company?s commitment to establishing and maintaining an open and ongoing relationship with our stakeholders.



Advancement of the Scoping Report and the Terms of Reference document to the Environmental Protection Agency is progressing, with submission expected by the end of May.
14-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana is pleased to announce that a formal presentation of Tawana?s 100%-owned Mofe Creek Project (the Project) to the Liberian Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) in Monrovia, has been successfully conducted. This presentation represents a key milestone in the advancement of the Mineral Development Agreement (MDA) and is a significant achievement for the Company.



The presentation which was attended by the Liberian National Investment Committee chairman, ministers, deputy ministers, government department representatives and members of the Inter-Ministerial Technical Committee, was very well received and feedback was likewise very positive and supportive of the Company?s objectives.



This recent IMCC presentation and corresponding negotiations regarding the technical, commercial, financial and socio-economic and labour aspects of the MDA, represent a critical step in the advancement and conclusion of Tawana?s MDA.



The IMCC presentation is a critical component in the preparation of a final draft report of the MDA for presidential signature and its subsequent passing into a bill for parliamentary ratification. The MDA will formalise the legal and commercial conditions of the Mofe Creek project for a period of up to 25 years.



The role of the IMCC in the MDA process is to oversee and coordinate the entire investment concessional review process and its due diligence functions, for the benefit of all parties. All natural resource concession agreements in Liberia, including mining concessions, are negotiated by the IMCC.
08-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
08-Apr-2015
(C)
Revenue for the year increased to AUD68.6 million (AUD22.4 million). The net loss attributable loss narrowed to AUD2.1 million (loss of AUD3.3 million). In addition, the basic loss per share came in at AUD0.15cps (loss of AUD0.33cps).



Prospects

The Consolidated Entity will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly iron ore exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects.
31-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana published the annual report for the year ended 31 December 2014.



The shareholders of Tawana are advised that a copy of the annual report can be found on the Company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.
24-Mar-2015
(Official Notice)
23-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana is pleased to advise that the President of the Republic of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has officially appointed an Inter-Ministerial Concessions Committee (IMCC) to negotiate Tawana?s Mofe Creek Mineral Development Agreement (MDA).



This represents a major milestone and strategic step forward in the development of Tawana?s Mofe Creek project (the Project), and demonstrates the technical and commercial viability and sustainability of the Project.



The IMCC will be chaired by the Minister of Lands, Mines, and Energy, and further constituted by a co-chair from the National Investment Commission, a legal advisor to the President and ministers from the Ministries of Labour, Justice and Finance, as well as the Environmental Protection Authority, as called by the Chair.



The role of the IMCC in the MDA process is to oversee and coordinate the entire investment concessional review process and its due diligence functions, for the benefit of all parties. All natural resource concession agreements in Liberia, including mining concessions, are negotiated by the IMCC.



The MDA process began with the convening of the Inter Ministerial Technical Committee (composed of technicians from several agencies, including the Ministry of Lands, Mines, and Energy) last year, and subsequent site visits to the Project. The process has now advanced to the next level of negotiation via the appointment of the IMCC. The culmination of the MDA process will see a bill passed through parliament for the Company?s concessional rights to build, operate and sustain a mining and logistics operation within the Grand Cape Mount County.



This appointment of the IMCC to negotiate Tawana?s MDA coincides with Tawana?s redeployment of key personnel into Liberia this month.
18-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana held a General Meeting at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia, on 18 February 2015



The Resolution was unanimously passed by show of hands.
10-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
28-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
22-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that it is scheduling to resume full site-based activities within Liberia in the coming weeks, as the health, safety and corporate risks associated with the Ebola virus have diminished. The country is aiming to be Ebola-free by February-end 2015, according to the Liberian government.



A site-based recommencement and mobilisation plan has been fully developed and will be introduced once a final review of the local community conditions within the Project area has been conducted, and adequate management and logistics procedures can be implemented for sustainable, safe operations. The Liberian corporate office remained open during late 2014, and key local personnel were retained on staff payroll.



In further signs of progress against the virus, the Government of Liberia recently stated its intention to re-open schools on 2 February 2015, and the country reported two days with zero new cases last week, its lowest weekly total since June, WHO said last Wednesday2.



A full update on the Project?s quarterly performance and achievements will be released early next week.
15-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
Notice of General Meeting

Notice is given that a General Meeting of Shareholders of Tawana Resources NL ACN 085 166 721 (Company) will be held at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia commencing at 9:00am (WST) on 18 February 2015.



Business

Resolution 1 ? Issue of Performance Options to Wayne Richards



To consider and, if thought fit, pass the following resolution as an ordinary resolution:



?That for the purposes of section 208 of the Corporations Act and Listing Rule 10.11, and for all other purposes, approval be given for the issue of 10,000,000 Class D Performance Options, 10,000,000 Class E Performance Options and 10,000,000 Class F Performance Options to Wayne Richards or his nominee in accordance with his employment agreement with the Company, as set out in the Explanatory Statement.?



Voting exclusion



The Company will disregard any votes cast on Resolution 1 by Wayne Richards and any of his associates.



However, the Company will not disregard a vote if:

*it is cast by the person as proxy for a person who is entitled to vote, in accordance with directions on the Proxy Form; or

*it is cast by the Chairman as proxy for a person who is entitled to vote, in accordance with a direction on the Proxy Form to vote as the proxy decides.
11-Dec-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana Board - Executive Management Changes



Tawana would like to announce that as part of its continuing focus on the development of the Mofe Creek Project, the following Board and Executive Management changes have been implemented:

*Mr Wayne Richards will step in as the Chief Executive Officer and remain the Executive Chairman of Tawana Resources NL.

*Mr Len Kolff will become Technical Director, stepping down from the role of Managing Director. Mr Kolff will remain an Executive Director of the Board of Tawana Resources NL and any relevant subsidiary companies.

*Mr Matthew Bowles has resigned from the Board in order to focus on other business commitments. Mr Bowles has been a valuable member of the Board for over three years and the Board acknowledges his involvement and commitment during that time.

*In conjunction with Mr Bowles? resignation, current Tawana Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, Mr Michael Naylor will accept the role as Executive Director of the Board of Tawana Resources NL.



Mr Naylor has 18 years? experience in corporate advisory and public company management. Mr Naylor has previously worked as a Finance Director and Company Secretary of ASX listed Dragon Mining Ltd.; Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of dual ASX/TSX-V listed Coventry Resources Inc. and is concurrently the Chief Financial Officer of Gryphon Minerals Ltd..



All changes will take effect from 01 January 2015.



In response to the Board and executive management changes and the current market conditions, the Company is considering a new remuneration structure. The Board has committed to review the remuneration structure of Mr Wayne Richards, in consideration of his increased role and levels of responsibilities as CEO and Executive Chairman. In the interim, Mr Wayne Richards has agreed to cancel his current Class B and Class C performance options.

31-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that Mr Winton Willesee will retire as company secretary of the Company. In conjunction with Mr Willesee's retirement, Mr Michael Naylor will be appointed as company secretary and acting Chief Financial Officer, on a part-time basis.
23-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced infill and extensional drilling results received over the Gofolo and Zaway Main deposits at its 100% owned Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project in Liberia, West Africa. Results were extremely pleasing as they provide confidence in mineralisation continuity across the deposits as well as potential additional resource tonnes due to thicker mineralised widths intersected on expanded sections.
21-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

Studies

* The Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project Scoping Study1 was completed in July and a Preliminary Feasibility Study ('PFS') commenced in August.

* The Scoping Study confirmed the technical and financial robustness of the Mofe Creek Project with a very low OPEX cost of USD40.60/t, low-capital start-up cost of less than USD53M and the production of a premium +65% Fe product.

* The PFS will focus on the design and construction of a modular processing plant(s) and associated logistics for the transportation and export of 2.5 million tonnes per annum ('Mtpa').

* Tenova Mining and Minerals and Engenium were appointed joint Study Managers for the PFS; Coffey Mining will undertake the mining*related scope; and Earth Systems the environmental assessments.



Mine, Logistics, Infrastructure and Approvals

* Formal notification was received from the Environmental Protection Agency ('EPA') of Liberia for Tawana to proceed to conduct the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ('ESIA') for the Project. Meetings with community stakeholders are currently in progress.

* Tawana received formal acknowledgment and approval from the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy ('MLME') to commence the company's Mineral Development Agreement for the Mofe Creek Project.

* A definitive application for a pilot mining and bulk sampling extraction permit was submitted to the MLME.



Exploration

* New exploration licence encompassing high-potential itabirite mineralisation directly south and adjoining the company's 100%-owned Mofe Creek tenement, was granted during the Quarter.

* Exciting new itabirite discovery made at Zaway North-West target.

* 1 100m of diamond drilling was completed at Gofolo Main and Zaway, targeting resource growth. Results are currently pending.



Corporate

* As at 30 September 2014, Tawana Resources held AUD3.3 million in cash.

* Aaron Finlay retired as Joint Company Secretary.

* Health, Safety, Environmental and Community (HSEC) Management plan for future pilot scale operations is being developed, along with a Risk and Event Management plan, including an Ebola Management program.
01-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana ('the company') announced that the Environmental Protection Agency ('EPA') of Liberia has granted Tawana the official right to proceed to conduct the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ('ESIA') for the company's 100% owned - Mofe Creek iron ore project ('the Project').



The company was recently notified by the Executive Director/CEO - of the EPA, the Hon. Anyaa Vohiri that the Project, located in Grand Cape Mount and Bomi Counties, Liberia, has received approval to conduct the ESIA studies to support the development of the project.



The EPA reviewed the "Project Brief" document which presents an overview of the Project and its environmental and social context, and subsequently authorised the company to proceed on the basis of the document submitted.



The Notice of Intent ('NOI') was published in August in Monrovia and broadcast within the communities surrounding the Project, as outlined in the ASX release 'Tawana to commence assessment studies for Mofe Creek ESIA' dated 26 August 2014. The NOI is an integral first step in the consultative process with the community. Further interactive briefings are scheduled to proceed in the coming weeks.



The ESIA studies will correlate both "wet" and "dry" seasonal data, in support of the EIA permit approval. The wet season is currently persisting in Liberia, and the weather station is fully operational. The final submission of the ESIA document to the EPA is forecast for Q3 CY2015.



Consulting companies Earth Systems (Pty) Ltd. (Australia) in collaboration with Earth Environmental Consultancy, Inc. of Liberia have commenced work in support of the ESIA document.
30-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana advises that Mr Aaron Finlay has retired as joint company secretary of the Company.



The Board of Tawana wishes to thank Mr Finlay for his dedicated and outstanding service over his period in office, which coincided with the initial discovery of the Mofe Creek Project and the transformation of the Company from an explorer to a future developer.



The retirement of Mr Finlay is aligned with the Company's corporate strategy of

structuring the Company and the Board to successfully execute its future development

programs.



Mr Winton Willesee has been retained as the sole company secretary.
25-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
23-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the granting of an additional tenement immediately adjacent to the Company's existing 100% owned Mofe Creek Project ("the Project") licence. The new licence (MEL 1223/14) is 100% owned by the Company and was granted to the Company by the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy.



The new licence is highly prospective for friable itabirite mineralisation, identical to that discovered and drilled to date at the Project. Previous aeromagnetic surveys have highlighted the potential for prospective itabirite deposits within the new licence area and along strike from the Company?s existing deposits. The Joint Venture (JV) between Konblo Bumi Inc. and Tawana Liberia Inc. over this area has now been terminated, and Tawana has full ownership and mineral rights to this new tenement.



The decision to proceed with the acquisition follows a comprehensive review of the geological prospectivity of the area and the obvious synergies of extended mineralisation potential for the Project. The extension of the tenement will also provide a high probability of a significant increase in the resource quantum for the Project.
16-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
08-Sep-2014
(C)
Revenue for the interim period rose to AUD32 919 (2013: AUD11 159). Net loss for the period from continuing operations decreased to AUD1.202 million (2013: AUD1.070 million). Furthermore, basic loss per share increased to AUD0.0.8cps (2013: loss of AUD0.126cps).



Dividends

No dividend has been declared or paid during the half-year or the previous corresponding period.
04-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Africa's Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project September 2014 Roadshow". A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
02-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has appointed two firms to manage and coordinate the major design and logistics components of a Pre-Feasibility Study ("PFS") for its Mofe Creek Project in Liberia, West Africa. Globally recognised mining and minerals design and development groups Tenova Mining and Minerals ("Tenova") and Engenium ("Engenium") will manage the PFS for Mofe Creek.



Tenova has a strong track record in delivering projects similar to Mofe Creek and recently completed a Scoping Study for the project. Engenium is a leading project and study management delivery company servicing the mining and resource sectors with a specific focus on mine, port and rail projects.



The PFS, led by Tawana?s Project Director, Noel O?Brien will build on the results of Mofe Creek's Scoping Study which indicated a very positive economic potential and will focus on the key aspects of the development of a successful project including:

* Marine infrastructure and logistics including barging solutions for transhipment and direct ship-loading facilities

* Landside logistics including the evaluation of road and rail links from mine to port

* Logistics permitting

* Hydrology and water management

* Process engineering including metallurgical test work

* Mining engineering

* Tailings engineering

* Geotechnical investigations

* Environmental and social impact assessment



Tawana will announce the appointment of major sub-contractor groups in the coming weeks that will complement Tenova and Engenium in the development of the PFS. These groups will be industry specialists in resource development, mine planning and scheduling, economic studies and transport logistics, including barging, transhipment and direct-loading optionality.
26-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources announce that a Notice of Intent (?NOI?) has been broadcast through local media within Liberia as a prerequisite for commencing baseline studies to support the Company?s Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (?ESIA?) for the Mofe Creek project (?the Project?). The NOI is a public briefing document and an integral step in commencing the environmental and social baseline studies whilst the Liberian Environmental Protection Agency (?EPA?) reviews the Company?s Briefing Document for the Project?s Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (?ESIA?). The ESIA and the Mineral Development Agreement (?MDA?) are key steps towards the granting of a Mining Licence for the Project.



Consulting companies Earth Systems Pty Ltd (Australia) in collaboration with Earth Environmental Consultancy, Inc. (EEC of Liberia) have commenced work in support of the baseline studies. The Company released a Scoping Study for the Project in July, which delivered excellent technical and financial results for development of a 2.5 million tonne per annum (?Mtpa?) project, and is continuing with the award of Pre-Feasibility Study (?PFS?) design and engineering studies. The successful engineering firm for the PFS will be announced in the coming weeks. Land-side and maritime studies on the proposed long-term coastal site for a transhipment and direct loading wharf are also progressing as part of the PFS award. A suite of international port development companies, with the ability to design, construct and/or finance a port site (including stockyards) are currently preparing expressions of interest for this work.



The Company will continue to closely monitor the Ebola virus situation within Liberia over the coming weeks, whilst it advances the ESIA applications and baseline monitoring as well as the ongoing MDA application.
25-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Africa's Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project August 2014 Roadshow".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
08-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana ('the company') advised all shareholders that the company has temporarily suspended all non- essential field activities within Liberia, in response to the current health risk associated with the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).



President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf declared a State of Emergency in Liberia on August 6th, in a pro-active, controlled process to mitigate the spread of EVD within Liberia and across international borders.



Whilst the current drilling program has been temporarily suspended, all other activities associated with the Pre-Feasibility study (PFS) not requiring direct field presence, will continue both in Liberia and Australia.



All non-essential local staff, contractors and expatriate staff will return to their homes in the coming week.



Tawana management is committed to the health, safety and well-being of its employees and contractors, and has undertaken this pro-active and informed step to ensure all Tawana employees remain safe and compliant with our HSEC Procedures and Guidelines.



The company will continue to monitor the situation closely and advise of any further changes to the current situation.
04-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
30-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
29-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana ('the company') announced the commencement of PFS drilling at its 100% owned Mofe Creek Iron Project in Liberia, West Africa.



Exciting New Exploration Targets

Ongoing field work and the recent opening of drill access tracks and drill pads has defined exciting new exploration targets for the current drill programme at Gofolo West, Zaway North-West and Koehnko South. All exploration targets follow the company's strategy of qualifying the potential tonnages associated with the three operational "hubs" centered around the Gofolo, Zaway and Koehnko mineralisation deposits.



The Zaway North-West target is defined by a coincident 3.5km long ridge with an aeromagnetic anomaly and outcropping coarse, friable itabirite mineralisation similar to Gofolo and Zaway Main deposits. The target occurs approximately 750m north of Zaway Main and is characterised by similiar itabirite outcrops along the ridge. Drill rig access is currently under construction at Koehnko South; with outcrop width and strike yet to be confirmed in road cuttings and drill pad preparation.



Diamond Drilling Programme

Since announcing the results of the positive Scoping Study (refer ASX release 3rd July 2014), the company has expeditiously engaged experienced drilling contractors to commence drilling for the Pre-Feasibility Study ("PFS"). The 7,500m HQ diamond core drilling programme consists of approximately 80 drill holes from 50m up to 180m deep and across both existing resource footprints and new exploration targets. The drill programme is targeting an overall resource increase from the current 61.9Mt Maiden Resource Estimate across the Gofolo, Zaway and Koehnko mineralisation "hubs".



Exploration drilling will focus on the Gofolo West, Zaway North-West and Koehnko South targets where exciting new targets have been defined through ongoing field mapping and the opening-up of drill access roads and pads.



Drilling is expected to be completed during October 2014 utilising two track-mounted Atlas Copco CS1000 rigs on double shift. Drilling is being completed by an experienced Liberian based contractor with several years of diamond coring, iron ore and seasonal drilling experience in Country, and elsewhere throughout West Africa.
22-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana announce that the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment ("ESIA") for the Mofe Creek Project (the "Project") has been awarded to Earth Systems. Work has already commenced on the ESIA which will assess potential environmental and social impacts of the Company's proposed production activities associated with the development of the Mofe Creek Project in Liberia, located 20km from the coast and 85km from the country?s capital city and major deep-water port, Monrovia.



Earth Systems (Perth and African offices) have partnered with a local multidisciplinary consultancy group - Earth Environmental Consultancy Inc. ("EarthCons"), based in Monrovia, to undertake the assessment. The commencement of the ESIA is a significant step forward for the Project and follows on from the Company's recently completed positive Scoping Study Environmental review. The ESIA will be carried out over the forthcoming year with the final report to be presented to the Environmental Protection Authority ("EPA"), key stakeholders, the community and related parties by mid-2015.



The ESIA, combined with the progression of the Company's Mineral Development Agreement ("MDA") with key stakeholders in the Liberian Government, will advance the longer-term requirement for the granting of a Mining Licence, for the entire (current and forecast) Mofe Creek Project.
07-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled Africa?s Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project July 2014 Roadshow. A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.



03-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that the completed Scoping Study for its 100 percent owned Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project ("Mofe Creek" or "the Project"), has delivered excellent technical and financial results along with project design and development simplicity.
01-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL advise that Lonsec Institutional Equities has initiated research in relation to the Company. A copy of the report can be found on the Company?s website at www.tawana.com.au

23-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised shareholders that FTSE has reclassified its resources from 1773 - Diamond - Gemstone to the new ICB subsector 1775 - General mining with effect from Monday, 23 June 2014. The board of directors of Tawana is of the view that the sector reclassification is appropriate to, and descriptive of, the company's operations.
17-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
On 28th May 2014, Tawana released a Company Presentation to the ASX that included references it wished to clarify. All references to the scale of the initial stage of the proposed scoping study, noted in the presentation to be consideration of a 1-2 Mtpa operation and not a production target, to any extent they could be considered a production target are retracted.



A copy of a Replacement Company Presentation with the relevant statements removed and including additional disclosure around the Company Exploration Target originally included in the announcement of 18 March 2013 and repeated again therein can be found on the Company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
11-Jun-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised the release of a research note by Canaccord Genuity. A copy of the report can be found at www.tawana.com.au.
28-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Africa's Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project May 2014 Roadshow".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
27-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana today, 27 May 2014, held its Annual General Meeting at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia.



All Resolutions were unanimously passed on a show of hands.



A copy of the Tawana Constitution can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au and the Australian Stock Exchange website.
15-May-2014
(Official Notice)
*Diamond core metallurgical testwork has confirmed a premium grade plus68% Fe product with plus43% mass yield is achievable at a 0.5mm crush sizing on transitional friable itabirite mineralisation *Exceptionally low combined SiO2 and Al2O3 contaminant levels (smaller than 2.2% SiO2 and smaller than 0.6% Al2O3) achieved in the final product

*Current +65% Fe concentrates attracting a USD9-USD10/tonne price premium to 62% Fe product (CFR into Tianjin). Results confirm the saleability of Tawana's product into this pricing regime

*Testwork confirms a low Crushing Work Index averaging 3.5 kWh/t - confirming the soft, friable nature of mineralisation and low potential power demand for processing

*Preliminary Process Flowsheet for beneficiation now developed - confirming design simplicity and processing flexibility

*License Application for pilot mining and test-pit/pilot plant operation being fast-tracked, to commence early site development and metallurgical processing opportunity

*Representative HQ diamond core samples from the Gofolo and Zaway maiden resource drilling programme utilised in test work program

*Testwork was conducted by ALS Perth utilising wet tabling techniques to replicate a gravity / spirals processing plant circuit
09-May-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that it concluded its Share Purchase Plan on 6th May 2014. The Company received applications for a total of 13 871 344 shares raising USD346 783.



The funds raised, in conjunction with the proceeds of the USD5 million share placement completed in April 2014, will be utilised for the advancement of the design, engineering, environmental and logistics studies to support an early start-up option and the longer-term development scenarios for the Mofe Creek iron ore Project and to fast-track the Company's Mineral Development Agreement.



Additionally, the Company is currently finalising its metallurgical test work program on representative core samples, from its recent Maiden Resource Drilling Program with results pending. The Scoping Study is progressing well, in accordance with its scheduled completion date in July. Likewise, the Pre- feasibility - environmental, social and community assessments are scheduled to commence next month, following sign off from the Environmental Protection Authority of Liberia. Final allotment of shares and dispatch of holding statements for the SPP are expected to occur in accordance with the published timetable on 13th May 2014.
29-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
25-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Annual General Meeting of shareholders to be held at 288 Churchill Avenue, Subiaco, Western Australia at 10.30am on Tuesday, 27 May 2014. This Notice of Annual General Meeting should be read in its entirety. If shareholders are in doubt as to how to vote, they should seek advice from their professional adviser prior to voting.



17-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana released its quarterly activities report.

Scoping Study

* Scoping study to consider a potential low capital cost, early start-up operational scenario for 1-2Mtpa of final product as well as a potential longer-term 5-10Mtpa final product project. Study is well advanced with completion targeted for July 2014.

* Detailed metallurgical test-work on 3,000kg of full HQ diamond core on schedule with programme finalisation expected by the end of April. Heavy Liquid Separation ("HLS") i.e. spirals equivalent, and sizing results have confirmed that a high-grade +62% Fe to 68% Fe "premium" product with low impurities can be produced from 1.0mm crushed material.

* The metallurgical results support the potential for the design and development of a low capital intensity processing plant with simple gravity beneficiation equipment.

* A Baseline environmental and social mapping document for the Mofe Creek Project ("the Project") has been completed along with the Pre-Feasibility Study ("PFS") requirements for the Project's Environmental and Social Impact Study ("ESIA")

* Consultation with Liberian ministries, government agencies and other key stakeholders for early start up options progressing well.

* Discussions with potential strategic partners for mine or port gate sales for the early start-up option have commenced.



Exploration

* Maiden Mineral Resource estimate for the Mofe Creek Project of 61.9Mt at 33% Fe, includes an Indicated Mineral Resource of 16.2Mt at 35.4% Fe.

* Only 8km of a potential total 65km interpreted prospective strike drilled to date.



Corporate

* As at 31 March 2014, Tawana Resources held USD1.1 million in cash. In April 2014, a placement to investment funds and sophisticated investors to raise USD5.0 million was completed. In addition, a Share Purchase Plan ("SPP") was announced to raise up to an additional USD2.0 million, which is expected to close on 6 May 2014.

* Funds will be used for the advancement of the design, engineering, environmental and logistics studies for the Mofe Creek Project and to fast track the Mineral Development Agreement.
14-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
08-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Placement of 200 million shares to new and existing investors, investment funds and sophisticated investors to raise USD5 million:

*Funding to be utilised for the advancement of the design, engineering, environmental and logistics studies to support an early start-up Option and the longer-term development operational scenarios

*Funds to be utilised to fast-track the Mineral Development Agreement



Tawana announced that it has successfully agreed the terms for a placement to institutions, funds and professional investors to raise approximately USD5 million.



A total of 200 million shares will be placed to investors at an issue price of USD0.025 per share to raise a total of approximately USD5 million (Placement). The Company expects to issue the shares on or about 11 April 2014 using the Company's available capacity under ASX Listing Rules 7.1 - 7.1A.



The Company is also pleased to advise it will undertake a Share Purchase Plan (SPP) with existing shareholders. The SPP will seek to raise a maximum of USD2 million. Full details will be made available in a separate release to follow.



Funds raised will be used primarily to advance the Pre-Feasibility Study and associated engineering/design and resource upgrades for the Company?s Mofe Creek Iron Ore project in Liberia, including both an early start-up operational option, and a larger long-term production project.
04-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana has requested that a trading halt be placed on the Company's securities pending the release of an announcement by the Company. Unless the Australian Securities Exchange decides otherwise, the securities will remain under a trading halt until the earlier of the commencement of trade on Tuesday, 8 April 2014 or when the announcement is released to the market.
31-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
20-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Africa's Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
05-Mar-2014
(Official Notice)
13-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana gives this notice pursuant to section 708A(5)(e) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) ("Act").



The company has issued options to acquire ordinary fully paid shares in the capital of the company ("Securities") as per the Appendix 3B lodged with the ASX today, 13 February 2014.



The company advises that the Securities were issued without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Act. The company, as at the date of this notice, has complied with:

*the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Act as they apply to the company; and

*section 674 of the Act.



As at the date of this notice there is no information that is excluded information for the purposes of sections 708A(7) and (8) of the Act.
11-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the company) announced the recent appointment of Mr Peter Connery to the role of In-Country Manager, for the development of the company's 100% - owned Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project, in Liberia.



Mr Connery will be based full-time in Monrovia and will travel to the Project site and Tawana village, located in the Grand Cape Mount County.



Mr Connery's appointment is an important step in Tawana's continued growth as the company transitions from an iron ore explorer to a producer, through the development of its exciting Mofe Creek Project.
31-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled Africa?s Most Exciting New Iron Ore Project.



The presentation was prepared by Tawana resources for the purpose of their presentation at GMP mining jamboree, Cape Town, January 2014 and will feature at the mining indaba in Africa, ahead of a Liberian site visit by Tawana senior management in mid-February 2014. A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company?s website at www.tawana.com.au.
22-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
21-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
15-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
12-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana held a General Meeting at Freemasons Hall, 181 Roberts Road, Subiaco, WA 6008. All Resolutions were unanimously passed on a show of hands.
03-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Low Cost Iron Ore Project in Liberia".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
20-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
07-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the General Meeting of Shareholders of Tawana will be held at Freemasons Hall, 181 Roberts Road, Subiaco, Western Australia commencing at 9:00am (WST) on 12 December 2013.
07-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that it has awarded the principal role of managing and coordinating the major design and logistics components of Tawana's Mofe Creek Project Scoping Study to globally recognised mining and minerals design and development group, Tenova Australia. Tenova Mining and Minerals ("Tenova") is part of the global Tenova Group, which has offices in Australia and Africa. Tenova is a worldwide supplier of advanced technologies, products and engineering service, with relevant experience in iron ore and the steel mining industry. Tenova has recently completed study and detailed design and engineering work on Vedanta's Bomi Hills Project, located near-by to Tawana's, Mofe Creek Project.



Tawana will further announce the appointment of the major sub-contractor groups in the coming weeks that will complement Tenova in the development of the Mofe Creek Project Scoping Study. These groups will be industry specialists in resource development, mine planning and scheduling, environmental, social, community and economic studies and transport logistics, including barging and transhipment optionality.
30-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
*Receipt of Environmental Permit from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of Liberia for the exploration drill program currently being undertaken

*Assessment of Project Development and Engineering firms to assist Tawana with the preparation of the Mofe Creek Scoping Study have commenced

*High-grade +45% Fe mineralisation discovered in outcrops with exceptionally coarse grained itabirite and +65% Fe DSO magnetite boulder float at the new Zaway prospect within the Mofe Creek project

*Drill access to the high-grade "Zaway" target area within the Mofe Creek Project Area completed

*Additional high-grade itabirite mineralisation defined over a 2km strike in hand auger with average 32-35% Fe confirmed over 1km strike at the Gofolo North-East (NE) target - drilling within this targeted area scheduled for late October

*Resource drilling commenced at Mofe Creek late in the quarter

*Review of transport and logistics infrastructure arrangements and opportunities within Liberia and the Mofe Creek Project Area were undertaken by the Managing Director and Executive Chairman during a site visit in September



Corporate

*Underwriting of 50 million options with a strike price of USD0.01 and an expiry date of 30 July 2013 completed

*The appointment of Mr Wayne Richards as Executive Chairman and resignation of Non-Executive Director Mr Julian Babarczy

*Cash at the end of the quarter was USD955 000. Subsequent to the quarter the Company successfully completed an AUD2.9m capital raising to existing shareholders, institutions and professional investors, during October



Divestment of Non-Core Assets

*Divestment of non-core diamond assets in South Africa and South Australia
11-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*Placement of 244 million shares to new and existing investors to raise USD2.9 million;

*Funds will be used to advance the Mofe Creek Iron Ore project through continued drilling, metallurgical testwork and the initiation of a scoping study.



Tawana announced that it has successfully agreed terms for a placement to institutions and professional investors to raise approximately USD2.9 million.



Approximately 244 million shares will be placed to investors at an issue price of USD0.012 per share to raise a total of approximately USD2.9 million (placement). The company expects to issue the shares on Friday next week using the company's available capacity under ASX Listing Rules 7.1 - 7.1A.



Executive Chairman, Wayne Richards, will also seek shareholder approval to participate in the capital raising to purchase 5 million shares on the same terms as the Placement.



Canaccord Genuity (Australia) Ltd. acted as Lead Manager to the placement. Funds raised will be used primarily for continued drilling at the company's Mofe Creek Iron Ore project in Liberia, metallurgical testwork, the initiation of a scoping study for the project and working capital.



The placement has been strongly supported by both existing and new investors and reflects the quality of the company's Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project. The trading halt has accordingly been lifted.
09-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana has requested that a trading halt be placed on the Company's securities pending an announcement relating to a capital raising.



The Company requests the securities remain under a trading halt until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Friday 11 October 2013.



The Company is not aware of any reason why the trading halt should not be granted.



Shareholders are also advised that a presentation regarding the "Low Cost Iron Ore Project in Liberia" has been released. The presentation can be found on Tawana's website.
02-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
25-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
11-Sep-2013
(C)
Revenue for the interim period plunged to AUD11 159 (2012: AUD62 665). Net loss for the period from continuing operations narrowed to AUD1.070 million (2012: AUD1.087 million). Furthermore, basic loss per share widened to AUD0.126cps (2012: loss of AUD0.124cps).



Dividends

No dividend has been declared or paid during the half-year or the previous corresponding period.
05-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
29-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Tawana has released a Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Low Cost Iron Ore Project in Liberia". A copy of the presentation can be found on the Company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
26-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
15-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana announce the appointment of Mr Wayne Richards as its executive chairman. Concurrent to the appointment of Mr Richards to the board, which takes effect immediately, is the resignation of non-executive director, Mr Julian Babarczy.
30-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that Tawana has released an Investor Presentation on the Australian Stock Exchange titled "Low Cost Iron Ore Opportunity in Liberia".



A copy of the presentation can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
30-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana (the company) announced it has executed an Underwriting Agreement that will see the company's Unlisted Options expiring on 30 July 2013 fully underwritten, providing guaranteed funds of approximately AUD500 000 to the company.



Canaccord Genuity (Australia) Ltd. (Canaccord) has been appointed Lead Manager and Underwriter to the Option Underwriting.



The company has a tranche of Unlisted Options on issue, consisting of 50 million options with a strike price of AUD0.01 and an expiry date of 30 July 2013.



Under the terms of the Underwriting Agreement, Canaccord has arranged for the subscription of fully paid ordinary shares in the company equivalent to the number of options detailed above which are not exercised prior to 30 July 2013.



In consideration for the Underwriting, Canaccord will receive an underwriting fee of 5% on the total underwritten amount. The Underwriting Agreement is on standard terms and conditions for an agreement of its type.



Allotment of any shares issued pursuant to the underwriting of the 50m Unlisted Options will be made within ten business days from the expiry date of the Unlisted Options.



The underwriting has been strongly supported by existing and new investors and reflects the quality of the company's Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project.
29-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
22-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that Canaccord Genuity has initiated research in relation to the company.



A copy of the report can be found on the company's website at www.tawana.com.au.
15-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
02-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*The trading Halt has been lifted on the JSE and ASX.

*Preliminary desktop assessment demonstrates potential for the Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

*Friable itabirite at both Gofolo and Koehnko prospects collectively hosting an exploration target of 95Mt1 (within the Global Exploration Target of 500Mt2)

*Excellent weight recoveries of 44-57% from recently announced metallurgical test work, confirm a high quality 60%+ Fe concentrate can be produced1

*Tawana is aiming to develop an open cut mining operation with a production period of at least 10 years

*Preliminary Assessment outcomes indicate potential total FOB (Free On Board) operating costs could range between USD30-35/t

*Based on the recent favourable metallurgical test results it is expected that a simple gravity processing plant would be required and the company is aiming for a low capital intensity project

*Strategic review process progressing well. Tawana anticipates the process to be finalised shortly
01-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana remains under trading halt pending the release of information in relation to its Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project. The company anticipates it will be in a position to release details to ASX and JSE shortly however requests the securities remain under trading halt until the earlier of the announcement to the market or the commencement of trade on Wednesday 3 July 2013.

25-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
*Excellent metallurgical results received from testing mineralization at the Gofolo and Koehnko Prospects

*Test work targeted friable itabirite at both Gofolo and Koehnko Prospects collectively hosting an exploration target of up to 95 Mt (within the >500Mt Global Exploration Target)

*Results delivered excellent weight recoveries from 44-57%

*Results also confirmed a 60%+ Fe grade concentrate with low impurities

*Mineralization is up to 40m thick, from surface and friable (free dig) - suggesting

*Processing flow sheet anticipated to be a low cost and simple crushing and gravity separation circuit

*Desk top economic study has commenced with results to market within weeks
21-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
The JSE advise that the listing of the securities of Tawana were inadvertently suspended on Thursday, 20 June 2013. The suspension was an oversight by the JSE for which we sincerely apologise. Accordingly, we trust that this oversight should not be interpreted as a negative reflection of Tawana. The listing remains in good standing with the JSE.
31-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana held its Annual General Meeting at Freemasons Hall, 181 Roberts Road, Subiaco, WA 6008. All Resolutions were unanimously passed on a show of hands.
29-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the extension of mineralisation at the Koehnko South target for an additional 2 kilometre strike, broad 400 meter wide mineralised hand-auger sections at Gofolo NE and over 3 kilometre strike length of coarse grained and high- grade itabirite outcrops on the Zaway targets at the company's 100% owned Mofe Creek project in Liberia, West Africa.
14-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that a presentation entitled 'Low Cost Iron Ore Opportunity in Liberia' was released today. This presentation can be found on the company's website, www.tawana.com.au.
08-May-2013
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana advised that Resolutions 3, 7 and 8 contained within the Notice of AGM for the meeting to be convened on 31 May 2013 will not be put to shareholders.
06-May-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that it is undertaking a strategic review of potential financing and strategic partnership options to advance the development of the Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project, Liberia (Mofe Creek). The Company is undertaking this review as a result of approaches to the Company regarding its intentions for the funding and development of its Mofe Creek Project. The Board feels it is important to explore all potential funding and development scenarios with the aim of maximising shareholder returns.



The Company also wished to announce the resignation of its Chairman, David Frances. The Company believes the current structure of the Board is suitable for the current situation and does not propose to immediately appoint a replacement to the Board. The Company shall continue to keep the market updated in relation to any material developments.
30-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Tawana Resources NL ACN 085 166 721 (company) will be held at Freemasons Hall, 181 Roberts Road, Subiaco, Western Australia commencing at 12.00pm (WST) on Friday, 31 May 2013. This Notice of Annual General Meeting should be read in its entirety. If Shareholders are in doubt as to how to vote, they should seek advice from their professional adviser prior to voting.
30-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana presented the report on activities for the period January to March 2013.



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

*Maiden 2 500m RC drill programme completed

*Global exploration target of >500Mt consisting of:

^90-230Mt -- 40-45% Fe (Friable Itabirite)

^270-440Mt -- 25-35% Fe (Friable mixed itabirite/amphibolite)

*Surface friable material only to average 25-40m depth

*Significant potential upside for blind, high grade DSO magnetite in similar settings to +50Mt DSO Bomi Hills mine ; not included in exploration target size potential

*Low infrastructure cost - only 20km from Liberian coast

*Potential low mining and processing cost - soft friable ore likely upgradable to +60% sinter feed as per Bomi Hills



Sinoe Gold Project

*400 hole hand auger programme underway to test high priority soil anomalies and along strike from trench intersections



Corporate

*David Frances appointed as Executive Chairman
28-Mar-2013
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations fell to AUD98 526 (AUD173 413). Net loss for the period attributable to Tawana narrowed to AUD6.5 million (loss of AUD10.1 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share from continuing and discontinued operations grew to AUD74cps (loss of AUD12cps).



Dividend

The directors do not recommend the payment of a dividend and no amount has been paid or declared by way of a dividend to the date of this report.



Future developments, prospects and business strategies

The consolidated entity will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly iron ore exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects.
18-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*New Iron ore Discovery in Liberia, West Africa >500Mt exploration target

*Experienced Board and Management



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project, Liberia

*High grade +40 to +60% Fe; 65 km prospective strike

*20km to coast, adjacent to rail alignment 65km to port

*25km along strike from +50 Mt historic Bomi Hills DSO mine



Sinoe Gold Project, Liberia

*Highly prospective Birimian gold structures on Dugbe shear

*Along strike from 3.8Moz Dugbe gold project



Rakana JV (6.7%), South Africa

*Meletse Iron Ore and Avontuur Manganese JV managed by Aquila Resources
12-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*New West African Gold and Iron Frontier

*Experienced Board and Management

*Alliance with Gryphon Minerals



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project, Liberia

*High grade +40 to +60% Fe, 65 km strike

*20km to coast, adjacent to rail alignment to port (65km)

*25km along strike from +50 Mt historic Bomi Hills DSO mine



Sinoe Gold Project, Liberia

* Highly prospective Birimian gold structures on Dugbe shear

*Along strike from 3.8Moz Dugbe gold project



Rakana JV (6.7%), South Africa

*Meletse Iron Ore and Avontuur Manganese JV managed by Aquila Resource



New discovery

Significant Friable Itabirite and DSO Intersected at 100% Owned Mofe Creek Project, Liberia, West Africa

*Maiden drill programme completed

*DSO and near DSO grades intersected

*Two targets drilled - covering only 3km of 65km strike

*Significant intersections at the Gofolo target include:

**40m at 50% Fe with low contaminants from surface, including 14m at 58% Fe from 12m down hole

**40m at 46% Fe with low contaminants from surface

**57m at 33.6% Fe with low contaminants from 70m down hole

*Significant intersections at the Koehnko target include:

**34m at 42.8% Fe with low contaminants from surface, including 8m at 53.5% Fe from 12m down hole

**10m at 43% Fe with low contaminants from surface

**38m at 37.7% Fe with low contaminants from surface

*Significant potential upside for blind, high-grade DSO magnetite in similar settings to +50Mt DSO Bomi Hills mine

*Low infrastructure cost - only 20km from Liberian coast

*Potential low mining and processing cost - soft friable ore upgradable to +60% sinter feed as per Bomi Hills

*Final drill results expected within the week - exploration target sizes to be calculated and announced mid-March
30-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana presented the report on activities for the period October to December 2012.



Highlights

Corporate

*Mofe Creek Mineral exploration license granted



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

*Mineralisation footprint extended to 5.2km long by 100-400m wide +42% Fe friable iron formation and open to the South

*25km from coast, 95km along sealed road to port of Monrovia and adjacent to decommissioned rail alignment 65km from deep sea port of Monrovia

*10km along strike from historic Bomi Hills mine; minimum 50Mt high-grade DSO magnetite lump produced



Sinoe Gold Project

*Option period extension signed to transfer license to Tawana

*Significant trenching results returned; 12m at 2.3g/t incl. 4m at 6.25g/t Au

*Five high priority, high tenor +50ppb up to 1g/t Au soil anomalies defined



Subsequent Events

*Mofe Creek 2500m 20 hole RC drill programme commenced testing Koehnko and Gofolo targets friable iron formation depth, blind DSO and grade potential

*Significant friable iron formation and potential DSO intersected in all drill holes at Koehnko to date; assays pending
30-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were referred to a presentation regarding An Historic Iron Ore District in Liberia, which can be found on the company's website, www.tawana.com.au.
29-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
29-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that it has appointed Mr. David Frances as Executive Chairman.



It is currently envisaged that Mr Frances will revert to a non-executive Chairman role once the Managing Director has the appropriate executive team in place.



Concurrent to the appointment of Mr Frances to the board is the resignation of Non- executive Chairman, Mr Warwick Grigor.
11-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
21-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
03-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced mineralisation extended at Mofe Creek. Highlights include:

* Additional results confirm and extend mineralization at the Koehnko target

* 5.2km long x 100-400m wide friable iron formation target defined and open to the south

* Average 42% Fe with low contaminants intersected in 50 auger holes to date

* Average 3m to maximum 5.5m auger hole depth with all holes open in mineralisation

* Results represent only 1 of 5 target areas tested by hand auger drilling to date

* DSO lump magnetite and hematite mineralization in rock chips

* RC drilling planned for Q1 2013

* Tawana announced additional results of the hand auger and mapping programme at the Company's 100% owned Mofe Creek project.



The Mofe Creek Project is located within one of Liberia's historic premier iron ore mining districts. The project is 10km along strike from the abandoned Bomi Hills iron ore mine. Historic production at Bomi Hills is estimated by the Government of Liberia at 50Mt of high-grade DSO magnetite lump in addition to high-grade sinter feed beneficiated from friable iron formation. Reconnaissance rock-chip sampling by Tawana has confirmed the presence of DSO magnetite, hematite and friable iron formation in outcrop. The Project is well positioned for possible future infrastructure scenarios; road or rail to the Monrovia deep sea port or road to coast and transshipment via barge to deeper water for onward shipment.
03-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to a presentation regarding Proven Iron Ore District In Liberia, which can be found on the company's website, www.tawana.com.au.
31-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
30-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it has further defined and refined high-tenor +50ppb up to 1g/t Au soil anomalies over its Sinoe Project in South-East Liberia in addition to trench intersections of 12m at 2.3g/t including 4m at 6.25g/t Au over now apparent lower priority soil anomalies. Highlights include:

* Five high-priority +50ppb up to 1 g/t Au soil anomalies defined within broader low level anomalous gold trends

* Residual soil anomalies between 1km to 1.8km long with average widths of 200m to 500m

* Anomalies occur within three previously reported lower level +30ppb north-east striking gold trends

* 25 km along strike from 3.8 Moz Dugbe 1 (AIM: HUM)

* Trench intersections of 12m at 2.3g/t including 4m at 6.25g/t Au over high priority soil anomaly; strike extensions to be tested

* Emerging gold province in West Africa

* Hand auger and infill soil sampling planned to define drill targets for 2013 drilling.
25-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
A significant high-grade Friable Itabirite Target has been defined at Mofe Creek in Liberia. Highlights of the find:

*Significant +45% Fe friable itabirite target defined at Mofe Creek

*Hand auger drilling intersects medium to coarse grained, magnetite friable itabirite over a significant area to a minimum depth of 3.8m and average grade of 45% Fe

*Target remains open at depth with all mineralized holes ending in friable itabirite

*Results represent only 1 of 5 target areas tested by hand auger drilling to date

*DSO grade returned in rock chip sampling at surface

*RC and diamond drilling planned for fourth quarter 2012
11-Sep-2012
(C)
Revenue declined to AUD62 665 (AUD253 564). The net attributable loss more than tripled to AUD1.1 million (loss of AUD333 198). In addition, the headline loss surged to AUD0.124cps (loss of AUD0.038cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.
06-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Highlights from results survey of Mofe Creek Project:

*Aeromagnetic survey completed and data processed

*65 kilometre strike length of prospective iron formation interpreted

*High priority target areas defined

*Friable itabirite and DSO magnetite confirmed in outcrop and hand auger drilling

*Field mapping and hand auger drilling underway

*Drilling planned for fourth quarter 2012
06-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were referred to a presentation regarding An Historic Iron Ore District in Liberia, which can be found on the company's website www.tawana.com.au.
31-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Highlights for the June 2012 quarter:



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

*Strike extensions secured via Option Agreement

*Aeromagnetics survey completed 1 month ahead of schedule

*Infill and extension mapping underway; hand-auger drilling

*10km along strike from historic Bomi Hills mine; minimum 50Mt high-grade DSO magnetite lump produced

*25km from coast, adjacent to decommissioned rail alignment and 65km from deep sea port of Monrovia



Sinoe Gold Project

*Option period extension signed to transfer license to Tawana

*Infill soil sampling completed on the Northern anomaly

*1 600m of trenching completed on the Southern anomaly



Nimba/Lofa Gold Exploration

*Lofa soil sampling completed; results pending

*Nimba soils results received; no significant anomalies defined



Thabazimbi JV

*Meletse iron ore resource increased



Corporate

The company secured strike extensions via option agreement (pending due diligence) to the company's existing 100% owned Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project on 8th May 2012. The company announced on 15th February 2012 that it had signed a Heads of Agreement ("HOA") to acquire the gold rights to the Cape Mount Gold Project. Progression of the transaction required negotiation and signing of a Definitive Agreement and was subject to, amongst other things, satisfactory due diligence by Tawana. After conducting its due diligence investigations, Tawana elected not to proceed with the transaction on 7th June 2012.



Work Plan going forward

Infill and strike extension mapping and hand auger drilling at Mofe Creek will continue through the next quarter whilst results of the aeromagnetics survey are awaited. Pending results drilling of subsequent target areas is planned during the fourth quarter 2012. Infill 200x50m soil sampling and trenching has been completed over the Sinoe project area. Pending review of results, hand auger drilling is planned during the next quarter to better define drill targets planned for the fourth quarter 2012 after the wet season.
18-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Mr Euan Luff has formalised his resignation as a non-executive director of the company.
07-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced on 15th February 2012 that it had signed a Heads of Agreement ("HOA") to acquire the gold rights to the Cape Mount Gold Project. Progression of the transaction required negotiation and signing of a Definitive Agreement and was subject to, amongst other things, satisfactory due diligence by Tawana. After conducting its due diligence investigations, Tawana have elected not to proceed with the transaction.



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

Tawana provided an update on the Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project. After announcing on 8th May 2012 the acquisition of strike extensions (via Option Agreement) to the company's existing 100% owned Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project, Tawana is now securing Liberian Regulatory Authority approval for the aeromagnetic surveys over the company's project areas. Tawana has contracted an airborne geophysical service provider to fly air magnetics over the project area currently scheduled for mid-July 2012. Field mapping, rock-chip sampling and pitting has commenced and will be carried out in parallel with the air magnetics survey in order to define target areas for further pitting and drilling.



The Mofe Creek Project is located within one of Liberia's historic premier iron ore mining districts. The project is 10 km along strike from the abandoned Bomi Hills iron ore mine. Historic production at Bomi Hills is estimated by the Government of Liberia at 50 Mt of high-grade magnetite lump in addition to magnetite concentrate sinter feed beneficiated from itabirite. Reconnaissance rock-chip sampling by Tawana has already confirmed the presence of high-grade DSO lump magnetite in outcrop. The Project is well positioned for possible future infrastructure scenarios; road or rail to the Monrovia deep sea port or road to coast and transhipment via barge to deeper water for onward shipment.



Gold Exploration Projects

The company is also awaiting additional assay results from recent geochemical surveys at its Sinoe, Nimba and Lofa gold exploration projects. Assay results will be made available at the earliest opportunity.
30-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to a presentation regarding an historic iron ore district in Liberia, which can be found on the company's website, www.tawana.com.au.
28-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana held its annual general meeting at Level 15, 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000. All resolutions were unanimously passed on a show of hands.
08-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the signing of a Binding Option Agreement to secure additional strike extensions to the company's 100% owned Mofe Creek license in western Liberia, referred to as the Mofe Creek Iron Project.

* Mofe Creek Strike extensions secured via Binding Option Agreement with Liberian exploration company

* 48 km strike length of highly prospective itabirite interpreted

* DSO lump magnetite averages 63.8% Fe and low contaminants

* Coarse grained itabirite averages 35-50% Fe with low contaminants

* Licence 10 km along strike from abandoned Bomi Hills Fe ore mine; +50 Mt DSO magnetite and +100 Mt sinter feed

* Large discrete magnetic anomalies comparable to Bomi Hills

* Licence 25 km from coast, adjacent to an decommissioned heavy-haul railway and only 65 km from the deep sea port of Monrovia

* Aeromagnetics survey planned for July 2012 Potential exists for rapid development of low capital intensity DSO Fe ore

* project generating significant cash flow.
02-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the annual general meeting of Tawana will be held at Level 15, 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales on 28 May 2012 commencing at 12.00 noon EST.
02-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Highlights for the quarter:



Sinoe Gold Project

*Two significant +30 ppb soil anomalies defined with up to 1 g/t gold in soils on a broad 800 x 100m reconnaissance grid

*Southern anomaly 8 km long by 400 - 1400m wide, Northern anomaly 9 km long by 400 - 1600m wide

*25 km along strike from 3.8 Moz Dugbe discovery (AIM: HUM)

*200 x 50m infill soil sampling completed on Southern anomaly, underway on

*Northern anomaly; results pending

*400m of trenching completed; results pending



Cape Mount Gold Project (pending legal DD)

*Binding HoA to acquire the Gold Rights over 1 996 km2 of highly prospective Archean geology signed

*Historical drilling results of 9.9 m at 5.4 g/t, 12.5 m at 3.1 g/t and 21.4 m at 2.4 g/t

*Target areas along strike and adjacent to 1.5 Moz New Liberty

*Reconnaissance rock chip sampling returns 6 m at 23.6 g/t of gold, including 2 m at 53.8g/t



Mofe Creek Iron Ore Project

*Application lodged to transfer 285 km2 Mineral Reconnaissance License (100% TAW) into MEL

*Finalising aeromagnetics survey for second quarter 2012

*10 km along strike from historic Bomi Hills mine; minimum 50 Mt high-grade DSO magnetite lump produced

*25 km from coast, adjacent to abandoned heavy-haul railway and 65 km from deep sea port of Monrovia



Nimba/Lofa Gold Exploration

*Phase 1 soil sampling completed at Nimba and underway at Lofa; results pending



Thabazimbi JV

*Avontuur Manganese Resource increased



Corporate

*Binding HoA signed to acquire gold rights to highly prospective land package

*Third quarter retainer paid under Sinoe Project JV

*CA signed on Daniel project

*Cash at end of March 2012 quarter amounted to AUD3 239 000
30-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Through Tawana's 6.76% indirect equity interest in the Avontuur Manganese Project, a project incorporated under the Thabazimbi Joint Venture with Aquila Resources Ltd, the company highlights the results announced by Aquila on 29th March 2012. Tawana announced that Aquila Resources Ltd has announced a resource increase at the Avontuur Manganese Project. The company holds a 26% equity stake in Rakana Consolidated Mining Pty Ltd ("Rakana") the joint venture partner of Aquila in the TJV. The Avontuur Manganese project which includes the Gravenhage manganese resource and the Meletse iron ore resource are incorporated under the TJV. For further technical detail please refer to Aquila's announcement of 29th March 2012.



Thabazimbi Joint Venture

The company holds a 26% equity stake in Rakana Consolidated Mining Pty Ltd ("Rakana") the joint venture partner of Aquila Resources Ltd in the Thabazimbi Joint Venture. The Thabazimbi Joint Venture includes the Northern Cape Project and Thabazimbi Project. The Northern Cape Project includes the Avontuur Prospecting Right which contains the Avontuur and Gravenhage Manganese projects. The Thabazimbi Project includes the Meletse Iron Ore project.
29-Mar-2012
(C)
Revenue increased to AUD173 413 (AUD68 751). The net loss for the period more than quadrupled to AUD10.1 million (loss of AUD2.2 million). The basic and diluted loss per share more than doubled to AUD1.26 (loss of AUD0.47).



Outlook

The consolidated entity will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly diamond exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects.
12-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Highlights:

*Additional results received; Northern soil anomaly extended from 5.8 km to 9 km +30 ppb (up to 1 g/t) gold

*Two significant +30 ppb soil anomalies defined with up to 1 g/t gold in soils on a broad 800 x 100m reconnaissance grid

*Southern anomaly 8 km long by 400 - 1 400m wide, Northern anomaly 9 km long by 400 - 1 600m wide

*25 km along strike from 3.8 Moz Dugbe 1 (AIM: HUM), 40 km along strike from the 10 km long Bukon Jedeh soil anomaly (ASX: EQU)

*Emerging gold province in West Africa

*200 x 50m infill soil sampling completed on Southern anomaly and underway over Northern anomaly

*400m of trenching completed

*Drilling likely to occur in second quarter 2012
15-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
13-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
The securities of Tawana have been placed in trading halt session state at the request of the company, pending the release of an announcement by the company. Unless ASX decides otherwise, the securities will remain in Trading halt session state until the earlier of the commencement of normal trading on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 or when the announcement is released to the market.
06-Feb-2012
(Official Notice)
02-Dec-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Aquila Resources Ltd ("Aquila") has completed a Definitive Feasibility Study ('DFS") for the Gravenhage Manganese Project in South Africa. The company holds a 26% equity stake in Rakana Consolidated Mining Pty Ltd ("Rakana") the joint venture partner of Aquila in the TJV. The Avontuur Manganese project which includes the Gravenhage manganese resource and the Meletse iron ore resource are incorporated under the TJV. For further technical detail refer to Aquila's Gravenhage DFS completion announcement of 30th November 2011.



Thabazimbi Joint Venture

The company holds a 26% equity stake in Rakana Consolidated Mining Pty Ltd ("Rakana") the joint venture partner of Aquila in the Thabazimbi Joint Venture.



The Thabazimbi Joint Venture includes the Northern Cape Project and Thabazimbi Project. The Northern Cape Project includes the Avontuur license which contains the Gravenhage Manganese project. The Thabazimbi Project includes the Meletse Iron Ore project.
28-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
27-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Len Kolff has been appointed as a director of the company. Mr Kolff has been the company's chief executive officer since joining Tawana in July 2010.
16-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
Note to the financial statements for the half-year ended 30 June 2011, which were released on SENS on 13 September 2011



Loss per share and headline earnings per share



Classification of securities as ordinary shares

The company has only one category of ordinary shares included in basic loss per share. Classification of securities as potential ordinary shares There are currently no securities to be classified as dilutive potential ordinary shares on issue.



Net loss

The loss per share calculation as disclosed on the Statement of Comprehensive Income does not include instruments that could potentially dilute basic earnings per share in the future as these instruments were anti-dilutive in the periods presented.
13-Sep-2011
(C)
Revenue increased to AUD253 564 (AUD27 855). The net loss attributable decreased to AUD333 198 (loss of AUD553 571). The basic and diluted loss per share narrowed to AUD0.04cps (loss of AUD0.13cps).



Dividend

No dividends were declared or paid during the half-year ended 30 June 2011.



Outlook

The company announced, on 19 January 2011 that the Strategic Alliance with Gryphon Minerals Limited had been formally executed by both Boards and two highly prospective mineral permits had been issued to Gryphon, allowing Tawana to start exploration activities before the onset of the wet season in June 2011. Following shareholder approval at a general meeting of shareholders on 24 February 2011, 100 million fully paid ordinary shares in the Company were issued to Gryphon as consideration on the acquisition as part of this Strategic Alliance. Exploration activities continued on the Nimba and Lofa licenses; two mineral permits issued in December 2010 and formally approved to Gryphon Minerals Ltd (ASX: GRY) on 23rd February 2011. The Lofa License covers 596 Km2 and is along strike from the 1.52 Moz New Liberty gold deposit and the Nimba License covers 995 Km2 and is adjacent to the 5.0 Moz Ity gold mine. Both licenses host highly prospective Archean greenstone belts that have had no modern day exploration and have confirmed artisanal workings. On 16 March 2011, the Company announced that it had appointed BGF Equities as Lead Manager in the placement of 100 million shares at an issue price of 4.5 cents to raise $4.5 million before costs. The funds raised by the placement will be used primarily to advance exploration activities in Liberia, to fund initial drilling on targets defined and on working capital on Tawana`s West African growth plans.
16-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
25-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
13-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana announced the acquisition, pending successful due diligence of a highly prospective land package in Sinoe County, south-eastern Liberia referred to as the Sinoe Project. This represents Tawana's ongoing commitment to future growth. The mineral exploration licence covers 400km2 of Birimian aged rocks along arguably the most prospective gold mineralised structure being explored in Liberia today; the Dugbe Shear.



The project area is 25km along strike from Hummingbird's (AIM:HBR) 0.8Moz Dugbe Project and 40km along strike from NT Resources (ASX:NTR) Bukon Jedeh Project. Both projects are hosted along secondary and tertiary order structures adjacent to the main Dugbe Shear. Similar structural targets have been defined in the government regional aeromagnetics data over the Sinoe Project area. The area is characterised by numerous artisanal gold workings observed in the field during recent site due diligence activities. The area is also characterised by numerous quartzite, graphite and manganese occurrences on the USGS Geological map of Liberia; all favourable indications for gold prospectivity.



Highlights include:

* Tawana has secured binding exclusivity and exclusive rights to due diligence on a significant, highly prospective Birimian land package in Sinoe County, South-Eastern Liberia referred to as the Sinoe Project.

* The Sinoe Project area covers 400km2 within arguably one of the most prospective Birimian gold structures currently being explored in Liberia; the Dugbe Shear.

* There are extensive alluvial and hard rock workings within the licence area which has seen no modern day exploration.

* The Sinoe Project area is 20km along strike from Hummingbirds (AIM:HBR) Dugbe Resource (0.8Moz) and 40km along strike from NT Resources (ASX:NTR) Bukon Jedeh advanced exploration project.

* Ongoing geochemical sampling and mapping at Lofa and Nimba has identified additional artisanal workings within the Nimba licence and younger hematite dusted porphyritic granites. Full assay results are expected late August.

* A highly experienced Senior Geologist has been recruited to manage field exploration activities in Liberia as well as target generation and due diligence on prospective opportunities both in Liberia and throughout West Africa.
30-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the appointment of Mr. Matthew Bowles as a non executive director of the company. Mr. Bowles joins the board as part of the strategic alliance agreement with Gryphon Minerals and brings to Tawana a wealth of expertise in strategy development and domestic and cross border corporate transactions.
27-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana held its annual general meeting of members at Level 15, 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales. All resolutions were passed unanimously on a show of hands.
27-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced that Mr Harry Hill, who advised the board that he did not wish to stand for re-election as a non-executive director of the company at this year's AGM, ceases his term in office.
17-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Through Tawana's 6.76% indirect equity interest in the Meletse Iron Ore project, the company highlights the results announced by Aquila Resources Ltd on 13th May 2011. The scoping study:

* Confirms the technical and financial viability of a development of the Meletse iron ore deposit

* Identified two preferred viable options at a production rate of 2 million tonnes per annum with "direct shipped" product sold either into the export market or domestically

* Confirmed that a larger resource could support a 4 million tonne per annum project with improved economic results

* Recognised that the Meletse ore body remains open along strike and at depth

* Estimated capital expenditure in the range of USD150 million to USD190 million

* Estimated operating costs of USD55 per tonne FOB

* Considered export of ore using existing infrastructure from Thabazimbi to the port of Maputo in Mozambique at benchmark pricing

* Considered domestic ore sold at a rail siding at Thabazimbi at a benchmark related price

* Tawana announced that Aquila Resources Ltd has completed a scoping study for the development of the Meletse Iron Ore Deposit; a project incorporated in the Thabazimbi Joint Venture ('TJV').



The Meletse Iron Ore Deposit has a JORC compliant indicated and inferred resource estimate of 47.6Mt at 62.9% Fe in the Limpopo Province, South Africa. The Meletse Project is incorporated in the Thabazimbi Joint Venture. Significant expansion potential exists as the deposit remains open at depth and along strike.
29-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Highlights

*Placement of 100 million shares at 4.5 cents raising $4.5 million before fees with BGF Equities Pty Ltd acting as the lead Manager

*Formal approval and granting of two mineral exploration licenses for 1 591km2 of highly prospective ground in Liberia, West Africa

*Extensive artisanal gold workings confirmed on both Liberian licenses

*Nimba license alluvial workings occur in numerous streams draining high priority target defining a 30km long ridge

*Lofa license alluvial workings occur within a river draining a greenstone belt within an adjacent license with similar settings and reported extensive artisanal gold workings defining a high priority 16km long ridge target within the Lofa license

*Liberian field work underway prior to onset of wet season; four teams mobilised, field offices secured, 150 stream sediment samples collected to date, communities and stakeholders engaged and supportive of field programmes

*The Avontuur high-grade manganese resource was increased by 63% to 108.9Mt at 38.6% Mn and the feasibility study scope expanded from a base case of 1Mtpa to a 2Mtpa operation

*Tawana Resources Nl (the 'company') continues to evaluate a number of potential project acquisition and farm-in opportunities in Liberia in its own right and is also working closely with Gryphon on other highly prospective West African opportunities
29-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
20-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that the annual general meeting of Tawana Resources NL (ACN 085 166 721) will be held at Level 15, 9 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, New South Wales on 27 May 2011 commencing at 10.00am EST.
05-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that the listed options in the company expired on 1 April 2011 and were accordingly terminated on 4 April 2011. Shareholders are advised that no options were exercised in both the South African and Australian markets, and therefore no additional shares will be listed.
31-Mar-2011
(C)
Revenue more than doubled to AUD68 751 (AUD23 173). The net loss attributable for the period widened to AUD2.2 million (loss of AUD1 million). However, the basic and diluted loss per share narrowed to AUD0.47c (loss of AUD0.75cps).



Outlook

The consolidated entity will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly diamond exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects.
28-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Further to the detailed announcements published on SENS on 9 March 2011 and 14 March 2011, Tawana provided the following information regarding the listed options over shares in the company ("options") which will expire on 1 April 2011.

*Exercise price of the options - 10 Australian cents/ 70 South African cents

*Exchange rate at the close of LDT 25 March 2011 - AUD1.00=R7.0162

*Exercise price of the options in 70 South African cents



Option holders should note that should they wish to exercise their options they should return an exercise notice along with the relevant exercise monies to the company's transfer secretaries ("Computershare Investor Services (Pty) Ltd") so that it is received before 17:00 on 1 April 2011.



Important dates

*Options suspended on JSE trading system - 28 March 2011

*Record date - 1 April 2011

*Termination date (at commencement of trade) - 4 April 2011

*Issue date - 11 April 2011
16-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL announced that it has appointed BGF Equities as Lead Manager in the placement of 100 million shares at USD4.5cps, to raise USD4.5 million before costs, pursuant to the placement facility recently approved by shareholders in general meeting. BGF Equities has advised the company that it has received firm commitments and settlement and issue of the new shares is expected towards the middle of next week. Funds raised by the placement will be used primarily to advance exploration activities in Liberia, to fund initial drilling on targets defined and as working capital for Tawana's West African growth plans.
14-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that the listed stream of options over shares in the company ("options") expire on 1 April 2011. The following information is provided in accordance with the Listing Rules of the JSE:

*Last day to trade options - 25 March 2011

*Options suspended on JSE trading system - 28 March 2011

*Record date - 1 April 2011

*Termination date (at commencement of trade) - 4 April 2011

Option holders should note that should they wish to exercise their options they should return an exercise notice along with the relevant exercise monies to the company's transfer secretaries ("Computershare Investor Services (Pty) Ltd") so that it is received before 5pm EST on 1 April 2011. Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on SENS on 9 March 2011 for additional information.
02-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Tawana held a general meeting of members at Level 1, 2 Ross Place, South Melbourne, Victoria, on 24 February 2011. All Resolutions were passed on a show of hands.
27-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
24-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that a General Meeting of Tawana Resources NL (ACN 085 166 721) will be held at Level 1, 2 Ross Place, South Melbourne, 3205, Victoria on 24 February 2011 commencing at 12.00pm EDT.

13 Sep 2010 18:08:44
(C)
Revenue increased to AUD27 855 (AUD16 903). The net loss attributable loss widened to AUD553 571 (AUD476 256). However, the basic and diluted loss on a per share basis narrowed (as a result of the new shares issued via the rights offer) to AUD0.13c (loss of AUD0.42cps).



Outlook

Tawana maintains its valuable interests in iron ore and manganese projects in South Africa, held through its shareholding in Rakana. On 9 September 2010, the company announced that, pursuant to the resolutions passed at the general meeting of members held 30 August 2010, it had completed the placement of 23 million shares at AUD1c per share to raise AUD230 000 and granted 60 million options. It has also granted 50 million options (AUD1c, 30 July 2013). The new capital raised will be used to fund the company's exploration programs, for the review of new projects and for general working capital purposes.
18 Aug 2010 10:17:48
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana announced the signing of a binding Heads of Agreement ("HoA") between Tawana's wholly owned subsidiary Diamond Resources (PTY LTD) and Rolatseng Mining CC ("the purchaser"), for the sale of its Kareevlei Wes Tenement, in South Africa. The key terms of the HoA are as follows;

*payment of a R150 000, non-refundable deposit within 14 days of the signing of the HoA,

*payment of R1 350 000 non-refundable sum within 30 days of the signing of the HoA, subject to the mining right being transferred to the purchaser, payment of R23 500 000 within seven days of the completion of a Trial Mining exercise.

The Trial Mining will involve the mining and processing of a 20 000 tonne bulk sample, at the cost of the purchaser. It must commence within 30 days of the HoA signing and be completed no later than seven months after that signing. The final payment of R23 500 000 may vary up or down by 10% depending upon the results of the Trial Mining, with an expert valuator to determine the fair and equitable figure. The HoA price has been calculated on the assumption of an average grade of 10 cpht at an average value of USD145/ct.



The Purchaser shall hire Tawana's plant and equipment at a cost of R40 000 per month and shall be responsible for rehabilitation of the site. Diamonds recovered during the exercise shall be pledged as security for the payment of the balance of the purchase price.



Conditions precedent to the HoA becoming binding include;

*approval by the board of Tawana (which has been achieved),

*Rolatseng Mining CC achieving funding approval, to the satisfaction of Tawana, within 30 days of signing,

*approval of an application for the transfer of title by the Department of Minerals and Petroleum Resources Act 2002, within 30 days of signing, and the completion of a comprehensive transaction agreement within 30 days of funding approval.



The Kareevlei Project is not considered a core asset going forward. The proposed sale represents another step in the rationalisation of the company's diamond projects as the Board seeks to strengthen its financial position. The funds derived from the sale will be earmarked for promising initiatives being considered by Tawana, including but not restricted to gold projects in West Africa. Tawana maintains its valuable interests in iron ore and manganese projects in South Africa, held through its shareholding in Rakana.
30 Jul 2010 10:35:39
(Official Notice)
Highlights for the June 2010 quarter include:

*Appointment of CEO

*Placement of 66 million shares at USD1c, raising USD0.66 million

*Avontuur manganese resource increased to 66.7 Mt at 39.3% Mn (TAW 6.76%)

*Meletse iron ore resource 21.9 Mt at 63.2% Fe (TAW 6.76%)

*Rationalisation of diamond projects continuing

*Cash at the end of the June 2010 quarter amounted to AUD0.8 million
30 Jul 2010 10:06:43
(Official Notice)
General Meeting to be held at Level 1, 2 Ross Place, South Melbourne, 3205, Victoria on 30 August 2010 commencing at 12.00pm (EST).Please note that a copy of the proxy form sent to shareholders holding stock listed on JSE Ltd can be found on www.asx.com.au
20 Jul 2010 10:31:35
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL (ASX: TAW) has announced that it has completed the placement of 66,000,000 shares at AUD0.01cps to raise to raise AUD660 000 as announced to ASX on 1 July 2010. The placement shares were issued within the company's 15% capacity pursuant to Listing Rule 7.1 to investors qualifying under section 708 of the corporations act. The new capital raised will be used to fund the company's exploration programs, for the review of new projects and for general working capital purposes.



The company has issued ordinary fully paid shares in the capital of the company ("Options") as per the appendix 3B lodged with the ASX on Tuesday, 20 July 2010. The company advises that the options were issued without disclosure to investors under part 6D.2 of the act. The company, as at the date of this notice, has complied with the provisions of chapter 2M of the act as they apply to the company and section 674 of the act.



*Number of securities issued or to be issued or maximum number which may be issued -- 66 000

*Principal terms of the securities -- fully paid ordinary shares

*Issue price or consideration -- AUD0.01 per share

*Dates of entering securities into uncertificated holdings or despatch of certificates -- 20 July 2010

*Number and class of all securities quoted on ASX -- 507 416 029 ordinary fully paid shares

































02 Jun 2010 11:02:54
(Official Notice)
Tawana has appointed Mr Lennard Kolff van Oosterwijk as CEO.
28 May 2010 08:51:37
(Official Notice)
Tawana held its AGM at Level 1, 2 Ross Place, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on Friday, 28 May 2010. All resolutions were passed on a show of hands.
30 Apr 2010 11:10:21
(Official Notice)
29 Apr 2010 09:19:05
(Official Notice)
Tawana notified shareholders that the 2009 annual general meeting of Tawana Resources NL will be held at level 1, 2 Ross place, South Melbourne, 3205, Victoria on 28 May 2010 commencing at 12 noon (EST).
20 Apr 2010 10:44:04
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced the appointment of Warwick Grigor as a director and chairman of the company.
01 Apr 2010 12:23:40
(C)
Revenue for the year ended December 2009 decreased to USD23 173 (2008: USD56 996) while net loss for the period narrowed to USD974 886 (2008: USD3 826 156). Basic loss per share also fell to 0.75 cps (2008: 3.71 cps).



Dividends

The directors do not recommend the payment of a dividend and no amount has been paid or declared by way of a dividend.



Prospects

The consolidated entity will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly diamond exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects. The company is aware of its environmental obligations with regards to its exploration activities and ensures that it complies with all regulations at all times.
23 Feb 2010 17:51:57
(Official Notice)
The company has issued options to acquire ordinary fully paid shares in the capital of the company as per the Appendix 3B lodged with the ASX today. The company advises that the options were issued without disclosure to investors under Part 6D.2 of the Act. The company, as at the date of this notice, has complied with: the provisions of Chapter 2M of the Act as they apply to the company; and section 674 of the Act. As at the date of this notice there is no information that is excluded information for the purposes of sections 708A(7) and (8) of the Act.
04 Feb 2010 12:22:07
(Official Notice)
Tawana gave ASX the following information under listing rule 3.19A.3 and as agent for the director for the purposes of section 205G of the corporations act.

* Name of director: Stirling Horne

* Date of last notice: 6 August 2009

* Date that director ceased to be director: 4 February 2010



Director's relevant interests in securities of which the director is the registered holder.

In the case of a trust, this includes interests in the trust made available by the responsible entity of the trust.

* Number - class of securities: Nil



Director's relevant interests in securities of which the director is not the registered holder.

In the case of a trust, this includes interests in the trust made available by the responsible entity of the trust.

* Name of holder - nature of interest: United Central Pty Ltd. Mr Horne is a director and shareholder of United Central Pty Ltd.

* Number - class of securities: 190,883 ordinary fully paid shares .
04 Feb 2010 09:37:49
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL advises that Stirling Horne has resigned as a director of the company with immediate effect.
02 Feb 2010 10:52:49
(Official Notice)
29 Jan 2010 12:21:42
(Official Notice)
29 Jan 2010 12:16:57
(Official Notice)
Net operating cash flows for the December 2009 quarter amounted to a smaller outflow of AUD186 000 (outflow of AUD867 000). Cash at the end of the quarter was unchanged at AUD348 000.
22 Jan 2010 15:24:22
(Official Notice)
Tawana confirmed that the necessary approvals have been obtained and the rights offer shares will be issued and listed on Monday, 25 January 2010.
20 Jan 2010 15:47:14
(Official Notice)
Tawana referred shareholders to the offer document dated 29 December 2009 wherein it stated that the rights offer shares would be issued and listed on the JSE from 21 January 2010. Shareholders who have subscribed to the one for one pro rate non-renounceable rights offer are advised that in compliance with the relevant foreign exchange control regulations a spreadsheet of all acceptees has been submitted to the South African Reserve Bank for final approval. Only on receipt of the spreadsheet duly endorsed by the bank may the shares be issued and listed. The directors have been advised that this process may take a few more days necessitating a revision of the announced issue and listing date of 21 January 2010. It is anticipated this date to be within the next 7 days, and a further announcement will be made in due course.
19 Jan 2010 09:28:55
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL ("Tawana") announced the completion of the 1 for 1 pro-rata non-renounceable rights issue of up to 262,331,772 fully paid ordinary shares in the capital of the company (including provisions for options exercises) ("new shares") to eligible shareholders which closed for acceptances at 5pm on Wednesday 13 January 2010. Tawana received valid acceptances in relation to 151,898,275 new shares, representing approximately 67.7% of the total number of new shares offered to eligible shareholders under the rights issue raising USD759,491.37. As a result, the shortfall in the rights issue is approximately 32.3% representing 72,273,444 ordinary shortfall shares. As the rights issue is fully underwritten, new shares not applied for under the rights issue will be issued to Cygnet Capital Pty Ltd ("Cygnet Capital") or its nominees at an offer price of 0.5 cents per share in accordance with the underwriting agreement between Tawana and Cygnet Capital. The new shares under the rights issue are expected to be allotted on 20 January 2010 and shareholder statements will be despatched thereafter.
22 Dec 2009 10:11:14
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL ("Tawana") announced that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Firestone Diamonds plc ("Firestone") a diamond mining and exploration company, over its kimberlite exploration and evaluation projects in Botswana. Under this agreement Firestone has the opportunity to earn initially up to a 70% interest in any kimberlites in the prospecting licences controlled by Tawana. Firestone is an international diamond mining and exploration company with operations in Botswana and South Africa. Firestone is the largest holder of mineral rights in Botswana's diamondiferous kimberlite fields, controlling over 25 000 square kilometres around the major Orapa and Jwaneng mines and the entire Tsabong kimberlite field.



Highlights

*Firestone to acquire an interest in Tawana's kimberlite projects in Botswana

*Firestone can earn 70% by carrying out costs for the first stage bulk sampling

*Tawana has the option to fund its remaining 30% interest from that point and in the event it does not its interests shall reduce to 15%



Orapa prospecting licence

*contains 8 kimberlites and covers 57 square kilometres;

*located close to Debswana's Damtshaa Mine;

*26 kilometres from Firestone's BK11 mine development project; review of historical data due to be completed in January 2010.



Francistown prospecting licences

*cover an area of 1 500 square kilometres

*located in the right geological setting for discovery of diamondiferous kimberlites

*Firestone's review of historical data due to be completed in Q1 2010.
09 Dec 2009 09:55:43
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the SENS announcement dated 8 December 2009, wherein Tawana announced their non-renounceable rights issue.



Payment for shares

South African shareholders should note that although in the dematerialised environment, payment usually takes place on delivery, in this instance, eligible participants holding dematerialised shares in South Africa will be required to make payment for their new shares on or before 12:00 midday on the closing date, being 13 January 2010. Allotment and updating of accounts will only take place on 21 January 2010.



No rights trading

Your entitlement is non-renounceable. This means that your right to subscribe for new shares under the offer document to be posted on 29 December 2009, is not transferable and there will be no trading of rights on the JSE. Entitlements not taken up by eligible participants will be taken up by the underwriters of the rights issue (up to a maximum of 224 171 719 new shares), subject to the terms of the underwriting agreement.



South African issue price

The issue price in ZAR will be R0.036.



Trading in shares

South African shareholders may only start to trade in the new shares from Thursday, 14 January 2010. The last day to trade in order to be eligible for the rights issue is Monday, 14 December 2009.
09 Dec 2009 09:51:34
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources N.L. to announced that Julian Babarczy has been appointed as a non- executive director of the company.
08 Dec 2009 09:52:28
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL to announced a 1 for 1 pro- rata non-renounceable rights issue of up to 262 331 772 fully paid ordinary shares in the capital of the company at AUD0.005 (R0.036) per new share to raise a maximum of approximately AUD1 311 658.86 before costs. New shares issued under the offer will rank equally with existing shares on issue in the capital of the company.



Shares trade 'ex' rights on JSE - 15 December 2009

Opening date - 29 December 2009
23 Nov 2009 09:57:16
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL held a general meeting of shareholders today at 10:00am AEST at the Lawler Draper Dillon Conference Room, Level 13, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. All resolutions were passed unanimously by shareholders
30 Oct 2009 10:03:59
(Official Notice)
30 Oct 2009 09:49:51
(Official Notice)
21 Oct 2009 10:44:10
(Official Notice)
Notice is given that a general meeting of shareholders of Tawana will be held at the Lawler Draper Dillon Conference Room, Level 13, 440 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria on 23 November 2009 at 10.00am (AEST).
28 Sep 2009 11:05:17
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources NL to announced it has executed converting loan documentation to raise USD350,000 with sophisticated and professional investors introduced by Cygnet Capital. The loan (11% interest payable) is convertible into convertible notes, subject to approval of members at the company's next general meeting. It is anticipated that the Notice of Meeting will be lodged shortly to call a general meeting, which will also seek shareholder approval for the second tranche of the placement that was previously announced to the market. The loan has a maturity of 24 months. If member approval is given, the loan will convert into convertible notes which can subsequently be converted into shares (0.5 cents) on the earlier of 6 months or completion of the planned entitlements issue to shareholders. Funds raised will be used for general working capital purposes and for the identification and review of new business opportunities for the company.
11 Sep 2009 14:54:45
(C)
Revenue decreased from USD29 million to USD17 million in 2009. Profit before taxation decreased to USD-476.2 million (2008:USD-1 269 million). Basic loss per share decreased to USD-0.418cps (USD-1.115cps).



Dividends per share

No interim dividend was declared for the period under review.





21 Aug 2009 10:28:42
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources announced the appointment of Mr. Harry Hill to their board. The company also to advises that Ms. Nonkqubela Mazwai, has resigned from the company.
11 Aug 2009 09:21:11
(Official Notice)
Tawana announced it had entered into funding arrangements with Cygnet Capital Pty Ltd (Cygnet) on the following terms:

* Placement of USD500 000 by issuing 100 000 000 shares at 0.5c to Sophisticated Investors (s708) to be split into two tranches; and

* Underwriting of a rights issue to raise USD1 085 694 by way of a 1:1 non- renounceable rights issue at 0.5c.

Subject to regulatory approval, the first tranche of the placement shares (being 29.4 million) will be issued within the company's 15% capacity, with the balance of the placement shares being subject to shareholder approval at a meeting to be convened shortly. It is intended that the rights issue will occur shortly following completion of the second tranche of the placement shares, and subscribers to the placement will be entitled to participate in the rights issue. New capital raised will be applied towards rationalizing existing assets and reviewing new opportunities. Full details of the rights issue, including key dates and a timetable, will be announced as soon as possible. Cygnet will be granted 50 million options with a period of 3 years and an exercise price of 1cps as part of its fee on completion of the rights issue.
31 Jul 2009 12:05:49
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources announces the appointment of Mr Sterling Horne to their board. Mr Horne brings to the company a wealth of commercial and financial experience. During the past 20 years he has held numerous directorships in public and private companies, including mining houses.



The company also wishes to advise that Neil Barrie has tendered his resignation with effect from the close of business on Friday 31 July 2009. During his tenure as a director, Mr Barrie has significantly pruned down operating costs and refocused the company to assume the status of a mining house in the very near future. Mr Barrie's resignation is as a result of his need to focus on his other commercial activities.



Terri Bakos, a joint company secretary of Tawana, has also announced her resignation. Phillip Hains remains a company secretary of Tawana Resources.
27 Jul 2009 09:35:55
(Official Notice)
Mr Brian Phillips, a director of Tawana, has tendered his resignation from the company with immediate effect. Tawana will move to appoint an additional director at an appropriate time in the future.
27 May 2009 09:19:22
(Official Notice)
Following disappointing progress from previous joint venture partners in Botswana, Tawana's executive chairman, Neil Barrie, announced that the company has terminated the previous joint venture and will now pursue new initiatives for the rapid development and bulk sampling of several kimberlites in this highly prospective area. The Orapa Kimberlite field is located in north-eastern Botswana and includes the Orapa, Letlhakane and Damtshaa diamond mines which produce in excess of 13 million carats of diamonds per year.



Tawana has eight kimberlites of immediate interest in the area as detailed above. Aeromagnetic surveys on BK24 have shown a significant kimberlitic structure is present. Previous sampling from fresh kimberlite at approximately 30m below surface on pipe BK24 has revealed a large specimen of eclogite embedded in the kimberlite. This is an important specimen as it proves that BK24 sampled the eclogitic layer in the earth's mantle which is the source of diamonds in the wider Orapa diamond field in Botswana. Mr Barrie went on to state that Tawana will be seeking fully funded joint venture participants in the future.
30 Apr 2009 10:21:01
(Official Notice)
Key points for the quarter to 31 March 2009:

*Kareevlei Wes - funding delayed for trial mining but successful litigation outcome predicted

*Orapa - Tawana to discontinue joint venture and move to speed up assessment on the highly prospective BK24 kimberlite



Corporate

*AUD200 000 raised to keep the company working

*Corporate holding costs slashed to preserve funds and surplus assets will be liquidated to strengthen financial position whilst not impacting on the ability to commence trial mining at short notice

*Large number of potential deals assessed during the quarter
28 Apr 2009 12:13:54
(Official Notice)
The annual general meeting of Tawana will be held at Suite 1, 1233 High Street, Armadale Victoria 3143 at 10.00 am on 28 May 2009.
02 Apr 2009 09:44:54
(Media Comment)
Diamond explorer Tawana Resources was pursuing Agio Diamond Investments through the courts for R12 million due for the sale of a 26% interest in its Kareevlei project near Kimberely in the Northern Cape, it said yesterday. Tawana was trying to find alternative contingency sources of funding until the matter was resolved. But the delay in receiving payment had also deferred the start of trial mining on the property, chairman Neil Barrie said. The company had begun to evaluate opportunities in gold, coal and iron ore in SA and Botswana in an effort to diversify out of the diamond sector. Tawana already had a 6.8% stake in Aquuila Resources' Avontuur manganese prospects in the Northern Cape.

01 Apr 2009 07:33:07
(C)
Revenue declined USD57 000 (USD120 000). The net attributable loss narrowed to USD3.8 million (loss of USD7.4 million). In addition, the basic loss per share was also less, at USD3.71cps (loss of USD8.32cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.



Prospects

In an effort to diversify its exploration interests and take advantage of mineral opportunities Tawana has embarked on the extensive evaluation of gold, coal and iron ore projects in South Africa and Botswana. The organisation has been trimmed down and focused to meet the challenges and opportunities which present themselves in a market where liquidity is extremely tight, but one which has seen the re-rating of asset values to realistic levels.



The future presents outstanding opportunities for Tawana across a broad range of resources on which the company will focus in the near term. Tawana is extremely confident that a successful resolution will be made on our potential joint venture at the Kareevlei Wes project in which we were hoping to already be in trial mining but a default by our potential joint partners has meant a significant delay. Management is working hard towards a resolution of this impasse with the potential joint venture partners and hopefully will be in a position to undertake further work on Kareevlei in 2009.



The company is holding numerous discussions with potential investors to re- capitalise Tawana to allow it to achieve its strategic objectives of the development of cash flow through its existing projects and thorough investigation of new mineral opportunities. Tawana looks forward to better times ahead which management is sure will see Tawana realise its potential as a well positioned mining house.
30 Jan 2009 10:17:47
(Official Notice)
The payment for the sale of 26% interest in Tawana's Kareevlei project for R12 million, has been delayed. On 27 October 2008 Tawana announced to the market the conclusion of an agreement with Risk Free Investments 2 (Pty) Limited t/as Agio Diamond Investments. Tawana has issued a summons for payment in the High Court of South Africa and will pursue settlement vigorously. The market will be informed of progress on the litigation. As a potential contingency, the company is pursuing alternate sources of funding and is also holding discussions with various groups regarding possible joint ventures on the company's projects. The company is holding discussions with potential investors to recapitalise Tawana to allow it to achieve its strategic objective of the development of cash flow through getting the Kareevlei project to trial mining status
30 Jan 2009 10:02:20
(Official Notice)
The directors are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Nonkquobela Mazwai to the board of Tawana effective 20 October 2009. The directors advise that Wolf Marx has retired as Managing Director of the company effective 31 January 2009.
28 Jan 2009 08:07:01
(Official Notice)
Wolf Marx has retired as managing director of the company effective 31 January 2009. The executive chairman, Neil Barrie, will manage the company's operations going forward.



Tawana's Kareevlei project update

It is important to inform the market that the payment for the sale of a 26% interest in Tawana's Kareevlei project for R12 000 000 (approximately USD1.7 million at current exchange rates) has been delayed. On the 27th of October 2008 Tawana announced to the market the conclusion of an agreement with Risk Free Investments 2 (Pty) Ltd t/as Agio Diamond Investments. Tawana has issued a summons for payment in the High Court of South Africa and will pursue settlement vigorously. The market will be informed of progress on the litigation as it comes to hand.



Alternate sources of funding and asset utilisation

As a potential contingency, the company is pursuing alternate sources of funding and is also holding discussions with various groups regarding possible joint ventures on the company's projects. Of note, the company is pursuing a possible joint venture on a new and potentially substantial alluvial deposit, the details of which will be released to the market once all documents have been executed.



Change of registered office and principal place of business

In accordance with the ongoing cost cutting, the registered office and principal place of business have changed, with immediate effect, to:

*Street: Suite 1, 1233 High Street, Armadale, Vic, 3142

*Postal: PO Box 8694, Armadale, Vic, 3142

*Phone: 61-3-9824-5254

*Fax: 61-3-9822-7735
18 Dec 2008 09:17:04
(Official Notice)
Mr M. Derrick Ehmke confirmed his resignation as company secretary of the company.

Mr. Phillip Hains and Ms Terri Bakos have been appointed Joint Company Secretary with immediate effect.
25 Nov 2008 09:47:25
(Official Notice)
Tawana to drill two highly prospective targets at St Augustine's 600 metres from the famous "Big Hole" in Kimberley, South Africa On 28 November 2007 Tawana announced it had identified two new targets south of the St Augustines kimberlite which displayed similar gravity responses to that of St Augustines. Tawana acquired a 30% interest in the St Augustines diamond project in September 2007. The St Augustines kimberlite is located 600 metres due west of the world famous Kimberley Mine ("the Big Hole") in Kimberley, South Africa.



Tawana has not, until now, been able to conduct any exploration on this site due to an application by De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd ("De Beers") for the review and setting aside of the Prospecting Right over St Augustines. De Beers is the owner of the surface rights to the land under which the targets were identified, and the Prospecting Right is held by Kimberley Diamond Mining and Exploration (Pty) Ltd ("KDME"), in which Tawana holds a 30% equity interest. The directors of Tawana are now pleased to announce that an interim agreement has been reached with De Beers which will allow a drilling program to commence on the targets. The targets will be drilled during the current quarter. The Big Hole produced 14.5 million carats of diamonds from 22.5 million tonnes at a grade of 64 carats per hundred tonnes. Mining ceased at the Big Hole in 1914.



The St Augustines kimberlite was mined in the late 1890's until 1902 to a depth of approximately 240 metres as compared to the Big Hole which was mined to a depth of 1097 metres. Records show that the diamond quality was considered identical and the grade similar to that of the Big Hole. Geological records indicate that the kimberlite pipes of the Big Hole and St Augustines are located on the same structure and are connected by a kimberlite fissure.
19 Nov 2008 11:06:48
(Official Notice)
Tawana referred to its prior notice of special general meeting dated 17 October 2008. The company has prepared a new notice of special general meeting and proxy form ("new notice and proxy form") and postponed the special general meeting to 18 December 2008. The new notice and proxy form clarifies the original proposed resolutions in the prior notice dated 17 October 2008 and provides more information which is relevant to the proposed resolutions (in particular, the resolutions pertaining to the issue of options to related parties of the company) that the directors of the company believe you may wish to consider prior to exercising your vote.



The company therefore formally withdraws its prior notice and enclose the new notice and proxy form which replace the prior notice and its proxy form in their entirety. Any shareholder who has already completed and lodged a proxy form is advised to do so again using the revised proxy form enclosed.
30 Oct 2008 09:30:55
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Nonkqubela Mazwai to the Board of Tawana. Ms Mazwai has extensive experience in the public and private sectors of the South African mining industry and has consulted for a number of major South African parastatal Corporations such as transport utility Spoornet, electricity generator Eskom, the Department of Justice and the Department of Minerals and Energy. While consulting to the latter Department, she was responsible for the design of Business Processes for the implementation of South Africa's New Mining Laws and the development of the monitoring and measurement mechanisms for the equity ownership pillar of the Mining Charter. She also authored a report at the request of the Minister of Minerals and Energy and the South African President that explored the impact of the strengthening of the South African Currency, the Rand, on the Mining Sector. Ms Mazwai and her business partner, Mr Moloi, are the principal shareholders in Motjoli Resources Pty Ltd., which is the major shareholder in Tawana's BEE partner and substantial shareholder, Seven Falls Trading 155 Pty Ltd.
27 Oct 2008 09:59:09
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana are pleased to announce the conclusion of an agreement on 25 October 2008 with Risk Free Investments 2 (Pty) Ltd t/a Agio Diamond Investments ("Agio") for the sale of a 26% interest in Tawana's Kareevlei Project for Rand 12 Million (Approximately AUD1.7 million at current exchange rates). The agreement requires Agio to effect payment of the purchase price within 30 days of signature. Agio is an unlisted South African investment company, headed by Johannesburg businessman Jack Feldman, which is currently building a portfolio of resource holdings.



In terms of the agreement Tawana and Agio will commence trial mining on a joint venture basis with the companies funding costs and sharing profits on a 74% / 26% basis respectively. Kareevlei is a kimberlite cluster situated some 160 km North West of Kimberley, South Africa. On completion of trial mining, Agio will have the option of converting its interest in the project into equity in Tawana at AUD0.10 (approximately R0.70 at current average rates) per Tawana share, which would result in Agio holding approximately 12% of the current issued capital of Tawana.



Tawana's recent restructure of its Black Economic Empowerment relationship with Seven Falls, whereby Seven Falls exchanged its 26% holding in Tawana's South African Projects for an 8% holding in Tawana, has enabled Tawana to sell 26% of the Kareevlei project to Agio, without diluting its own historic interest of 74% in the project.
23 Oct 2008 10:35:04
(Official Notice)
A special general meeting of Tawana Resources NL will be held at 60 Wilson Street, South Yarra, Victoria, 3141 on Thursday 20 November 2008 at 10:00 am to consider and, if thought fit, pass the following resolutions:

* ratification of prior share issues

* placement of additional shares

* placement of additional options

* appointment of company auditor
11 Sep 2008 09:07:14
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana advised that agreement has been reached with Tawana`s South African empowerment partner, Seven Falls Trading 155 (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Motjoli Resources (Pty) Ltd ("Motjoli"), to restructure the relationship between the two Companies. Seven Falls has agreed to convert its equity in the Projects into an 8% unencumbered share of Tawana`s current issued capital. Tawana will issue 6 000 000 of the shares due to Seven Falls immediately and the remaining 3 375 720 will be issued subject to shareholder approval. As a result of the restructure, Tawana will hold 100% equity in the Projects, which will benefit all shareholders in future revenue distributions, and will enable Tawana to seek specialist Joint Venture partners for specific projects such as the Tawana Alluvials.
09 Sep 2008 11:43:12
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations declined to USD29.2 million (USD94.5 million), but the net loss attributable to ordinary shareholders narrowed toUSD1.3 million (loss of USD3.5 million). The basic and diluted loss per share improved USD0.012cps (loss of USD0.040cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been received.
04 Sep 2008 09:14:35
(Official Notice)
Tawana reported that the Kareevlei diamond values have far exceed initial estimates. To obtain a more realistic fair market value based on actual offers by diamond buyers as opposed to the previous exercise of a reserve price valuation, a parcel of 222.71 carats of diamonds from Tawana`s Kareevlei Project was placed on tender in August 2008 in Kimberley, South Africa. More than 50 independent diamond buyers were present over the tender period and all had equal access to the diamonds. The parcel was withdrawn from the sale after the close of the tender. The average value obtained from the exercise was USD169 per carat. One stone of 3.741 carats was valued at USD2 800 per carat.
31 Jul 2008 10:35:05
(Official Notice)
Tawana released its quarterly activity and cash flow report for 1 April 2008 to 30 June 2008. The report includes the following key points:

*Orapa

*Shafts on BK24 kimberlite completed

*Shaft sinking on BK22/23 commenced

*Bulk samples from BK24 being transported to processing plant

*Kareevlei Wes

*Crushing circuit upgrade continuing

*Rakana

*Aquila Joint Venture intersects more manganese

*Flinders Island/Venus Bay

*Drilling new kimberlite targets commenced

*Corporate

*Neil Barrie appointed as Executive Chairman

*BEE transactions commenced

*Funding

*Funds raised for projects
08 Jul 2008 10:48:12
(Official Notice)
Aquila Resources Ltd, in which Tawana has indirect interest of 6.8%, announced further promising manganese assay results from its Avontuur Projects located 75km north west of Kuruman, in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa.
20 Jun 2008 14:10:37
(Official Notice)
Following the resignation by Brian Phillips as chairman, the board announced the appointment of Mr Neil Barrie as executive chairman.
18 Jun 2008 09:28:36
(Official Notice)
17 Jun 2008 10:50:11
(Official Notice)
The printed version of the Annual Report that was mailed to Shareholders on 14 April 2008 contained 2 incorrect pages due to a printing error. The incorrect pages in the mailed version were pages 53 and 54. The company will mail each member with a copy of the correct pages.
17 Jun 2008 10:47:25
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that two prominent South African business people, Ms Basetsana Kumalo and Ms Lindiwe Leketi have become Tawana shareholders via a transaction between their company, Pro Direct 189 Pty Ltd and Tawana. Tawana has acquired Pro Direct`s 21% stake in Tawana`s Black Empowerment Partner (BEE), Seven Falls Trading 155 (Pty) Ltd. The consideration for the acquisition was 2 125 600 Tawana shares, giving Pro Direct a holding of 2.09% in Tawana.
16 May 2008 10:13:36
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that at the AGM, all the results of voting was achieved by the required majority, on a show of hands.
16 May 2008 09:53:06
(Official Notice)
Tawana provides the opportunity to listen to an audio broadcast with Mr Wolf Marx, MD in a presentation titled "TAW - 2008 AGM Presentation - Mr Wolf Marx, MD". To listen, link to the address below: http://www.brr.com.au/event/45659

The presentation details are as follows:

* TAW - 2008 AGM Presentation - Mr Wolf Marx, MD

* Presented by Mr Wolf Marx, MD

* Fri, 16 May 2008 12:00PM AEST

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16 May 2008 09:51:37
(Official Notice)
All press releases and announcements may be inspected on the company?s web site, namely: www.tawana.com.au
30 Apr 2008 12:35:09
(Official Notice)
Tawana has released details of its quarterly activities to 31 March 2008 including a cash flow report.
11 Apr 2008 08:38:53
(Official Notice)
Tawana has been advised by its joint venture partner, Nowak Investments (Pty) Ltd ("Nowak") that excavations on the Orapa Project kimberlite BK24 have commenced. Nowak is excavating three shafts into the kimberlite to access fresh kimberlite at approximately 30m below surface. The shafts are currently at 12.5m, 11m and 2.7m depth. Once fresh kimberlite is intersected in the shafts, mini-bulk samples will be excavated and processed on site for diamond recovery.



Schedule

Shaft 1 is scheduled for completion at the end of the first week of June, Shaft 2 at the end of June and Shaft 3 at the end of July. It should be noted however, that these dates are dependent on a number of items, including water seepage management and penetration rates of the calcrete and kimberlite. Nowak has acquired a Dense Media Separation (DMS) plant which is due on site with commissioning to be completed by the end of May. It will be possible to provide a realistic estimation for the completion of processing of the excavated kimberlite once the DMS is on site.



Terms of agreement

Under the terms of the agreement Nowak will be required to conduct and sole fund the following program to earn a 51% interest in the project:

*Review all the results from the work completed by Tawana.

*Select kimberlites for mini-bulk sampling at the 30 metre level. For this purpose, the management committee, comprising members of Tawana and Nowak, will determine the selected kimberlites.

*Excavate at least one pit per selected kimberlite to a depth of 30 metres.

*Excavate from horizontal drives at the 30m level no less than 100 tonnes of kimberlite for processing from the selected kimberlites less than 1 hectare in surface area and no less than 200 tonnes of kimberlite from the selected kimberlites greater than 1 hectare in surface area. A maximum of 1100 tonnes of kimberlite will be excavated for processing during this initial phase. If warranted additional bulk sampling up to 3000 tonnes per kimberlite could be excavated and processed in subsequent phases.

Nowak has also undertaken to conduct exploration on the Borolong and Moshaiwa projects. At the completion of the above program Tawana will have the option to contribute 49% of ongoing expenditure or allow Nowak to continue sole funding to earn 70% interest in the projects by completing a bankable feasibility study. Thereafter both parties will contribute pro-rata to expenditures.
10 Apr 2008 11:20:04
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that it has confirmed that the selling of Tawana shares by the ANZ Bank as a result of the Opes Prime Group Ltd (Opes) realisation process has been completed. This eliminates the overhang of shares which appears to have had a detrimental effect on Tawana`s ASX share price in recent days. Registry records show that 5 306 841 Tawana shares were sold by ANZ Nominees Ltd on 3 April 2008 and that this entity now holds no Tawana shares.
08 Apr 2008 08:58:02
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that it holds 26% equity in Rakana Consolidated Mines Pty Ltd (Rakana), the joint venture partner of Aquila Resources Ltd (Aquila) in South Africa. Aquila released an announcement to the Australian Securities Exchange relating to the discovery of high grade manganese on two project areas in South Africa. The full announcement can be viewed on Aquila`s website at www.aquilaresources.com.au.
07 Apr 2008 09:01:32
(Media Comment)
According to Business Times, Tawana's jointly owned Kimberley Diamond Mining and Exploration ("KDME"), is facing a legal challenge from De Beers to have the venture's prospecting licence overturned. Part of the licence covers the Big Hole tourist site which belongs to De Beers. De Beers claims that mining at the tourist site would ruin the integrity of the Big Hole precinct. However, Tawana's South African representative, Adrian Horwitz disagreed with De Beers, saying that the development would not take away from the tourism potential of the area.
03 Apr 2008 08:51:52
(Official Notice)
Tawana advised that it has completed a renounceable rights issue, raising AUD538 650 (approximately R4m) before costs. The proceeds of the Rights Issue provides additional working capital to fund the company?s projects which include trial mining at Kareevlei Wes and an assessment of the Tawana Alluvials and St Augustines Projects in South Africa.
31 Mar 2008 14:37:35
(C)
Revenue declined to USD0.1 million (USD0.4 million) for the year to 31 December 2007. The loss of the group for the financial year attributable to shareholders widened to USD7.4 million (loss of USD4.8 million). This led to an increase in the loss per share to USD0.083cps (USD0.061cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.



Prospects

Active exploration, including trial mining is planned at Kareevlei Wes and drilling is planned at St Augustines and at Lexshell, while an expert review of proposed bulk sampling of the Tawana Alluvials will be implemented. Work on the Orapa Project will be conducted by our joint venture partner. Over the last 2 years, the board has aggressively pursued the acquisition of an interesting array of prospects. Tawana has become a joint venture partner of choice for many similarly placed junior listed exploration companies and the group's management team is strategically positioned in the regions where Tawana operates to take advantage of the opportunities that are being offered to the company. The group will continue to concentrate on mineral exploration particularly diamond exploration with emphasis on the development of its existing projects.
31 Mar 2008 10:47:21
(Official Notice)
Option holders are advised that the options granted in the circular dated 15 November 2005, to subscribe for one ordinary share at R5.00 per share, are "out of the money". No option holders have indicated that they would like to exercise their options and the options will expire on the close of business on Wednesday, 30 April 2008. To this end option holders are reminded that:

*The last day to trade (LDT) is Tuesday, 22 April 2008

*Trade in the options will be suspended from the commencement of business on Wednesday, 23 April 2008

*Record date is Wednesday, 30 April 2008

*Termination of listing from the commencement of business) on Monday, 5 May 2008



Any option holder wanting to exercise their options is requested to contact the company or the sponsor before 12 o'clock on the expiry date, 30 April 2008.
12 Mar 2008 10:10:41
(Official Notice)
The Prospectus for the renounceable rights issue, which was announced on 20 February 2008, was despatched to Shareholders in South Africa on Friday 7 March 2008 and in Australia on 12 March 2008.
27 Feb 2008 12:32:02
(Official Notice)
The prospectus for the renounceable rights issue, which was announced on 20 February 2008, was lodged today with Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
20 Feb 2008 12:25:44
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are hereby advised that the directors of Tawana have resolved to undertake a renounceable non-underwritten rights issue on the basis of 1 new share and 1 new option for every 4 fully paid ordinary shares held on the Record Date to issue up to 23 099 370 shares and 23 099 370 options. The rights issue will seek to raise AUD1.8 million (before expenses) to be allocated to Tawana`s projects in both South Africa and Australia as will be detailed in the Prospectus. the rights issue will take place in the ratio of 1 new share and 1 new option for every 4 fully paid shares held at the close of business on Friday, 7 March 2008.



In addition, shareholders will also be able to apply for new shares in excess of their allocated entitlement; such shares to be allocated at the discretion of the Directors. The issue price for the new shares will be AUD0.08 per share. The issue price payable for new shares by South African registered eligible shareholders will be R0.57 per new share being the Rand equivalent of AUD0.08 as at 18 February 2008, being the last practicable date prior to the finalisation of the terms of this announcement. The Rand equivalent of AUD0.08 has been set based on Standard Bank?s quoted selling rate for AUD - Cheques and Telegraphic Transfers. All subscription monies from South African shareholders will be retained for use in Tawana`s South African operations.
19 Feb 2008 11:08:46
(Official Notice)
Tawana has formed a joint venture over the Orapa Project in Botswana Tawana has agreed to the terms of a joint venture with Nowak Investments (Pty) Ltd (Nowak) to continue the exploration and evaluation of Tawana's Orapa Diamond Project in Botswana. The agreement is subject to Ministerial approval. Under the terms of the agreement Nowak will be required to conduct and sole fund the following program to earn a 51% interest in the project:

*Review all the results from the work completed by Tawana.

*Select kimberlites for mini-bulk sampling at the 30 metre level. For this purpose, the Management Committee, comprising members of Tawana and Nowak, will determine the selected kimberlites.

*Excavate at least one pit per selected kimberlite to a depth of 30 metres.

*Excavate from horizontal drives at the 30m level no less than 100 tonnes of kimberlite for processing from the selected kimberlites less than 1 hectare in surface area and no less than 200 tonnes of kimberlite from the selected kimberlites greater than 1 hectare in surface area.

A maximum of 1100 tonnes of kimberlite will be excavated for processing during this initial phase. If warranted additional bulk sampling up to 3000 tonnes per kimberlite could be excavated and processed in subsequent phases. This phase of work is scheduled to commence immediately. Nowak has also undertaken to conduct exploration on the Borolong and Moshaiwa projects. At the completion of the above program Tawana will have the option to contribute 49% of ongoing expenditure or allow Nowak to continue sole funding to earn 70% interest in the project by completing a bankable feasibility study. Thereafter both parties will contribute pro-rata to expenditures.
25 Jul 2006 09:17:14
(Official Notice)
26 Jun 2006 10:37:57
(Official Notice)
The Kareevlei Wes Project Mining Right application has been accepted by the Department of Minerals and Energy and processing of the application is progressing. The company is conducting a trial mining program of the Perdevlei kimberlite K1 and recently recognized surficial diamondiferous gravels surrounding the kimberlite. Tawana and BHP Billiton have agreed to amend the joint venture Daniel Kimberlite Project agreement to rationalise the equity earning stages. The terms whereby Tawana could earn an additional 10% equity in any kimberlite by processing a 25 ton bulk sample has been amended so that Tawana can earn the additional equity by processing sufficient kimberlite to produce 400 carats. These amendments are considered prudent in the light of the experience gained processing kimberlites in this region of South Africa where the calcretisation of kimberlites renders small samples inappropriate for meaningful bulk testing. With completion of the recent Rights Issue, drilling of the Falcon kimberlite targets has recommenced. Drilling will be conducted in several phases during 2006 as target access becomes available.
29 May 2006 09:24:22
(Official Notice)
Tawana Resources has reported it has successfully completed an underwritten Rights Issue, raising AUD.5 million before costs. The proceeds of the Rights Issue underpins the funding of a focused two year work program which includes trial mining at Kareevlei Wes in South Africa and bulk sampling at Blacktop in the Pilbara. Both programs are expected to commence in the second half of this year.



Tawana announced a one for three Non-Renounceable Rights Issue to shareholders on 13 April 2006. The Rights Issue entitled shareholders to subscribe for ordinary shares at a price of AUD0.35 per share on or before 24 May 2006. The Issue was fully underwritten by ABN AMRO Morgans Corporate Ltd. The Rights Issue closed on 24 May and resulted in an 8.33% take up by its shareholders with the 91.67% shortfall placed with clients of the underwriters, ABN AMRO Morgans Corporate Ltd.



The directors of Tawana have noted with pleasure that approximately 55% of the shortfall shares will be placed with South African Institutions. Since its listing on the JSE in November 2005, it has been the aim of the company to increase its shareholder spread in South Africa and to enhance liquidity of Tawana shares on the JSE.
26 May 2006 08:53:07
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that at the company's annual general meeting held at 10:00 on Friday, 26 May 2006 at Tawana's offices all the resolutions proposed thereat were duly passed by the requisite majorities of shareholders.
11 May 2006 10:53:05
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the annual financial statements together with the notice of annual general meeting were distributed on 24 April 2006, and contain no modifications to the audited results which were published on SENS on 31 March 2006. The annual general meeting of Tawana will be held on Friday, 26 May 2006 at 10:00, at Tawana's offices situated at 60 Wilson Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia.
28 Apr 2006 09:02:14
(Official Notice)
March 2006 quarterly report highlights :

*Trial mining of Perdevlei commenced

*Application for Mining Right over Kareevlei Wes lodged

*Initial results of sampling of targets in Pilbara encouraging

*Melbourne Laboratory freehold sold with leaseback agreement

*Prospectus lodged for underwritten 1:3 non-renounceable Rights Issue

*Management boosted by employment of Basil Tambanis as Corporate Operations Officer



Following the discovery of kimberlites A1, A2 and A95 during Q4 2005, the BHP Billiton Falconr data was reviewed and all of the previously identified targets were reassessed. BHP Billiton subsequently confirmed its intention of contributing its share of expenditure on the ongoing drilling of the Falconr targets. The first phase of this program has commenced on currently accessible targets and is expected to be completed by the end of 2Q 2006.



Tawana has completed a small bulk sampling program designed to determine whether the kimberlite A95 is diamondiferous. An application for a Mining Right for Kareevlei has been submitted to the South African Department of Minerals and Energy. The company has been advised that the Mining Right can be expected to be granted during 3Q 2006.



The company-owned separation plant has been moved from Kareevlei Wes to Perdevlei and has commenced the processing of 2000 tonnes of kimberlite excavated from the K1 kimberlite during the quarter.



Tawana Diamonds Australia Limited (TDAL) is the company formed jointly by De Beers and Tawana to explore and develop Australian diamond projects. TDAL is managed by Tawana Resources NL.
13 Apr 2006 10:02:12
(Official Notice)
Further to the trading halt announcement published on Wednesday, 12 April 2006, the directors of Tawana resolved to undertake a non-renounceable rights issue on the basis of 1 new share for every 3 fully paid ordinary shares held on the record date. The rights issue will seek to raise AUD7.5 million (before expenses) to be allocated to Tawana's projects in both South Africa and Australia.



Salient dates:

*Last day to trade in shares on the JSE in order to be entitled to participate in the rights issue -- Wednesday, 26 April

* Record Date on ASX and JSE to determine shareholders of Tawana entitled to participate in the rights issue Friday, 5 May

As the terms of the rights issue is now finalised, trading in the shares of Tawana will commence from opening of trade today on the JSE.
12 Apr 2006 09:12:43
(Official Notice)
Tawana has advised that it is presently finalising a capital raising details of which will shortly be disclosed. In pursuance of ASX Listing Rule 17.1, Tawana has sought and obtained a trading halt on the ASX and JSE for one trading day in order to facilitate finalisation of the capital raising process. In this regard, an announcement providing further information is expected to be made before the commencement of trading on 13 April 2006.
12 Apr 2006 09:10:33
(Official Notice)
The directors of Tawana have announced the appointment of Mr Basil Tambanis as Corporate Operations Officer.



Basil is an experienced corporate adviser with significant Australian and international transaction expertise in business analysis, valuations, strategic business development and fund raising. He joins Tawana from Intersuisse Corporate where he established strong ties to the resource sector and financial market. Prior to entering the equity capital markets, Basil spent 8 years in the mining sector managing the construction and commissioning of a variety of mining projects including crushing circuits, alluvial processing plants and CIP processing plants. He has also supervised the implementation of exploration programs in Australia and PNG. Basil holds a Bachelor of Business in Financial Risk and Risk Management.



At Tawana, Basil will combine his extensive corporate finance and mining experience to accelerate final feasibility and development of the Kareevlei Wes project and bulk sample testing at Blacktop.
04 Apr 2006 09:18:52
(Official Notice)
Tawana has resolved, subject to shareholder approval, to change its auditor at its next Annual General Meeting which is scheduled in May 2006.



Mr Frank Spencer was a partner of PKF Chartered Accountants from 1 September 2003 to 31 December 2005, when he retired. Immediately prior to joining PKF, Mr Spencer was a partner of Spencer - Co Chartered Accountants ("Spencer - Co"), who were previously the auditors of Tawana. Mr Spencer joined PKF as a partner following the merger of Spencer - Co with PKF on 1 September 2003, and Spencer - Co ceased its audit activities from that date.



Subsequent to the above merger, whilst Mr Frank Spencer was a partner with PKF, the audit reports of Tawana for the years ended 31 December 2003 and 31 December 2004, and the audit review reports for Tawana's half year financial reports ended 30 June 2003 and 30 June 2004, were signed by PKF. However, this was due to a misinterpretation of the requirements of the Corporations Act. In accordance with the Corporations Act, Mr Frank Spencer continued as the auditor of Tawana from 1 September 2003 in a personal appointment capacity and should have signed the audit and audit review reports for these periods in his capacity as auditor of Tawana.



This was corrected by Tawana for the June 2005 half year financial report and the year end financial report for 31 December 2005 As a consequence of the above, Tawana has advised that the "Notice under section 708A(6) of the Corporations Act' released to ASX on 16 December 2006 was defective as technically the company has not complied with the provisions of Chapter 2M.



Notwithstanding this misinterpretation, the audited and audit review accounts of Tawana for the above mentioned respective periods are otherwise accurate and comply with all necessary legal and financial reporting requirements.
31 Mar 2006 11:54:33
(C)
Revenue decreased to USD187 040 (USD245 466) with exploration expenses written off rising to USD2 144 826 (USD98 770). Finance costs were also much higher at USD164 152 (USD27 092). The group reported a net loss of USD5.7 million (USD1.2 million) with a loss per share of 0.095cps (0.029cps loss).
20 Mar 2006 10:55:37
(Official Notice)
Following the discovery of kimberlites A1, A2 and A95 during the Q4 2005, the BHP Billiton Falcon data was reviewed resulting in a reassessment of all of the previously identified targets. This led BHP Billiton to confirm its intention of contributing its share of expenditure on the ongoing drilling of the Falcon targets. A program for this exploration has been agreed by the joint venture partners with the first phase entailing drilling approximately 20 Falcon targets identified by BHP Billiton. Tawana will continue as operator of the program. Drilling will be conducted in several phases during 2006 as access becomes available. The first phase of this program has commenced on currently accessible targets.



A95 Kimberlite

Tawana has completed a small bulk sampling program designed to determine whether the kimberlite A95 is diamondiferous. 500 tonnes of calcretised kimberlite were excavated from the top 2 metres of two sections of A95 and processed in the company's Dense Media Separation plant. Four small diamonds were recovered weighing a total 0.14cts, proving that the kimberlite is diamondiferous but giving no indication of the grade. (See Comment)



Further drill testing on the kimberlite is planned.

As was previously reported, the high quality (USD274 per carat) diamonds found in the Eastern Gravels are different from those found draining the Finsch Mine and are thought by Tawana geologists to be derived from a different source. The A95 kimberlite may be this source.
16 Mar 2006 10:47:17
(Official Notice)
Tawana Diamonds Australia Ltd (TDAL) is the company formed jointly by De Beers and Tawana (Tawana 50%, De Beers Australia 50%) to explore and develop Australian diamond projects. This company is managed by Tawana. As previously reported, a helicopter supported sampling program was completed during Q4 2005 during which 304 samples were collected over areas in which previous De Beers sampling had identified kimberlitic indicator mineral anomalies. These samples are being processed and examined in the company's Melbourne Laboratory. Initial results have been very encouraging. Kimberlitic indicator minerals have been recovered from two discrete areas. In the one area a microdiamond was recovered from a sample containing kimberlitic minerals, which are interpreted as being derived from a kimberlite close to the sample site. This is an excellent result for such an early stage of the exploration program, which is focused on an area some 40km from the Blacktop project area. The DMS plant hired for processing the proposed bulk samples of the Blacktop kimberlite is being prepared for transport to site. This will be done as soon as statutory approvals have been granted and the dry season has commenced.



Melbourne Laboratory

During December 2005 the De Beers diamond laboratory in Melbourne was acquired by Tawana. In March 2006 the building containing the laboratory was sold with a long term lease-back agreement. The proceeds of this sale, being approximately USD1.9 million, will be used to support the funding of the company's exploration and development programs. The laboratory is now fully operational, and while primarily concentrating on the company's sample determinations, there is also capacity to handle third party work.
02 Feb 2006 09:16:42
(Official Notice)
30 Jan 2006 10:22:03
(Official Notice)
21 Dec 2005 08:19:28
(Official Notice)
A new kimberlite has been discovered in the Daniel Kimberlite Project (DKP) in South Africa. The kimberlite was located by soil sampling and a magnetic survey over Falcon target A95. Kimberlite was confirmed by percussion drilling and laboratory analysis of the drill cuttings. The kimberlite is in the form of a dyke (fissure) with several blows or small pipes and can be traced by magnetic data to the Eastern Gravel diamondiferous alluvial deposit. It was previously reported that the high quality (USD274.00 per carat) diamonds found in the Eastern Gravels are different to those found draining the Finsch Mine and are thought by Tawana geologists to be derived from a different source. The A95 kimberlite may be this source. As it is too early to confirm that this is the source, the kimberlite will be sampled by drilling and bulk sampling early in 2006 to ascertain whether it is diamondiferous and, if diamonds are recovered, to compare these diamonds with those recovered from the Eastern Gravels. Following the discovery of kimberlites A1 and A2 in November, the BHP Billiton Falcon data was reviewed and this led to a reassessment of the A95 target. Similar targets have now been selected for drilling in 2006. The DKP is a joint venture between Tawana, BHP Billiton and Seven Falls. The information in this report is based on information compiled by Wolf Marx BSc, BA, FAusIMM, CPGeo, Managing Director of Tawana Resources NL. He has sufficient experience relevant to the style of mineralization and types of deposits under consideration, and to the activity undertaken, to qualify as a competent person as defined in the 2004 addition of the "Australasian Code for Reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves"
12 Dec 2005 09:34:33
(Official Notice)
Tawana placed 3 712 985 shares, at AUD0.60 a share, to institutional and sophisticated investors raising AUD2 227 791. Funds will be applied to continuation of the company's exploration and development programs, with particular focus on taking the company to diamond mining producer status. The shares were placed to clients of Intersuisse Corporate (Pty) Ltd, which will receive a fee of 6% for managing and arranging the placement. The placement is within the limits set out in the ASX Listing Rules and does not require shareholder approval. Following allotment of the placement shares the company will have a total of 65 573 029 shares on issue. Trade in Tawana shares commenced on 12 November 2005.
07 Dec 2005 10:08:41
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are referred to the announcements dated 5 December 2005 and 7 December 2005 respectively, wherein it was stated that the Australian Stock Exchange had halted trade in Tawana shares as a result of a fund raising initiative which includes a book build with Intersuisse Corporate (Pty) Ltd. The directors of Tawana have advised that trade in Tawana shares will remain halted, pending finalisation of the placement of new shares.
07 Dec 2005 09:39:03
(Official Notice)
Referring to the announcement regarding the halt in trade released on SENS on 5 December 2005, shareholders should note that Tawana has engaged Intersuisse Corporate (Pty) Ltd to place shares to institutional and sophisticated investors to raise funds to supplement the company's working capital. The placement is to be within the limits set out in the ASX Listing Rules and does not require shareholder approval. The purpose of the placement was to augment the funds raised by the exercise of the November 2005 options, which raised a total of approximately USD1 125 000.



Purpose of raising

Funds will be applied to continuation of the company's exploration and development programs, with particular focus on taking the company to diamond mining producer status. It is proposed to use funds raised in the placement to complete crushing and processing of the remaining plus 6mm material of the 6 500 tonnes of kimberlite excavated from 4 of the 5 kimberlites. The results of this work, and additional drilling to determine the geometry of the kimberlites, will be used to plan and implement the mining of the pipes. Subject to final feasibility, mining is targeted to commence before the end of 2006.
05 Dec 2005 09:43:42
(Official Notice)
At the request of the Tawana directors, trade had been halted with immediate effect (5 December 05) and would resume on the commencement of trade on Wednesday, 7 December 2005. In terms of the Australian Stock Exchange Rules, the listing was halted, due to a fund raising being initiated which includes a book build with Intersuisse Corporate (Pty) Ltd.
28 Nov 2005 11:46:13
(Official Notice)
On 15 November 2005, Tawana published details of the forthcoming issue of bonus share options to take place to all Australian, South African and other shareholders. Tawana has received advice that it is a requirement under the Listing Rules of the Australian Stock Exchange ("ASX") on which exchange the securities of Tawana are primary listed, that the exercise price of the share options on both the ASX and the JSE must be identical. The set share option exercise price is AUD1.00. Accordingly, save for the exercise price of the share options now being referenced at AUD1.00 in place of R5.00 for South African shareholders, all terms of the share options as previously announced remain unchanged.

21 Nov 2005 09:13:42
(Official Notice)
As a matter of course, the company regularly releases information updating shareholders on recent developments to both its South African and Australian projects. In respect of such projects, no adverse changes have occurred since the publication of the pre-listing statement of the company on 3 November 2005 in regard to the company's listing on the JSE.



In the last six months Tawana has commenced trial mining on its major, near surface, alluvial diamond project - the Eastern Gravels. Grade and valuation data is being used by Snowdens to finalise a scoping study. Tawana has also completed initial drilling and processing of Kareevlei Wes kimberlite pipes now the subject of a pre-feasibility study by Snowdens. In Australia, Tawana has finalised a deal with De Beers to form a 50:50 JV for all exploration activities in Australia. The major focus is the recently discovered diamond bearing kimberlite fissure in the Pilbara known to extend over several kilometers.
15 Nov 2005 08:53:13
(Official Notice)
08 Nov 2005 10:22:27
(Permanent)
It should be noted that, unlike South African incorporated companies, Australian companies are not required to stipulate or provide for an authorised share capital.
04 Nov 2005 09:39:58
(X)
Tawana, which means, "we have found it" in the Shona African language, was incorporated as a public company on 16 November 1998 in Australia. Operating through its various subsidiary operations, the Tawana group is involved in the exploration for and evaluation of diamondiferous kimberlites and alluvials, primarily in South Africa, and also in Australia, with the objective of establishing viable ore reserve and turning such projects to account. In attaining its business objective, Tawana will often partner in joint ventures with major mining houses such as the BHP Billiton group ("BHP Billiton") and the De Beers group ("De Beers").


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