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Achmmach Information

  • General 2015-05-10
    The Achmmach project represents a large, highly prospective tin exploration project. Kasbah commenced a scoping study and drilling on Achmmach during the second half of 2007 to test the potential of near surface mineralisation and down-plunge extensions to existing zones, along with other zone extensions and repetitions identified to date within the Achmmach property. The project area mineralisation occurs in three main orientations. The most significant occurs as stacked lodes striking east-northeast, dipping steeply to the north. Six main structures have been identified and traced over several hundreds of metres of strike length.

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  • AMR makes move to acquire Kasbah Resources 2016-08-11
    The board of ASX-listed Kasbah Resources has unanimously recommended that all shareholders vote in favour of TSX-V-listed Asian Mineral Resources’ (AMR) intention to acquire the Australian miner. The companies announced on Thursday that they had entered into a scheme implementation agreement stipulating that AMR would acquire all of Kasbah’s ordinary outstanding shares.
  • Asian Mineral Resources to Acquire Kasbah Resources 2016-08-11

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Aug. 10, 2016) - Kasbah Resources Limited ("Kasbah") (ASX:KAS) and Asian Mineral Resources Limited ("AMR") (TSX VENTURE:ASN) are pleased to announce that they have entered into a Scheme Implementation Agreement (the "SIA") pursuant to which AMR will, if implemented, acquire all of the ordinary outstanding shares of Kasbah (the "Kasbah Shares") by way of a scheme of arrangement under the Australian Corporations Act (the "Transaction").

  • ASX: DFS Confirms Project Economics 2016-08-09
  • ASX: DFS Confirms Project Economics 2016-08-09
  • ASX: DFS Confirms Project Economics 2016-08-09

Achmmach News

  • ASX: DFS Confirms Project Economics 2016-08-09
  • Morocco tin project development costs fall sharply after DFS 2016-07-29
    A completed definitive feasibility study (DFS) has established that the Achmmach project, in Morocco, will only need $61.7-million for development, rather than the previously estimated $131-million, owner Kasbah Resources reported on Friday . “Establishing the project in a weak financing, commodity and equity market created a significant impost to project development,” the ASX-listed company said in a statement, adding that it used the DFS to investigate a lower-cost development model.
  • ASX: DFS Confirms Robust Project Economics for Achmmach Project 2016-07-28
  • ASX: Achmmach Small Start Option 2016-02-08
  • Kasbah improves Achmmach economics 2015-03-18
    An enhanced definitive feasibility study (DFS) into the Achmmach tin mine, in Morocco, has delivered a 35% increase to the project’s net present value (NPV), while reducing expected preproduction capital costs by 18%. The 2014 DFS had estimated that a capital investment of $181-million would be required to build the world’s eighth-largest tin mine and Africa’s biggest. At the time, the project was estimated to have a NPV of some $126-million and an internal rate of return of 23.3%.

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