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JonnyRBuck12   Wednesday, 09/30/20 01:23:52 PM
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Here is an update on Senegal and CAR, with regards to Axmin's involvement.

Senegal - As mentioned last time, Teranga Gold announced an updated mineral report. This report did show 4 new targets that AXM owns 20% interest in(Page 88 in the 43-101 from Teranga), unless convereted to a royalty. But on top of that, if you look closer at the report, there is still 50,000 ounces of gold left at Gora, which is a target that has already produced over 400,000 ounces of gold and paid Axmin millions in royalties(see Page 256 in the 43-101 from Teranga). So at $2,000 gold, this is another $1.5 million USD in revenue that Axmin still has to collect.

CAR - Today an important article came out which shows the United States sanctioning Russian companies in the Central African Republic. This is important because the transaction that would of occured in regards to the sale of Passendro to Midas(Russian Company) can no longer occur. This puts Axmin in a stronger negotiating position with regards to getting back both the Passendro mine and expansion leases. Only Russia and China have worked in CAR for the last several years, making Axmin one of the only true feasible options of getting the gold mine in production.

Link to new article: https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm1133?

From the last MD&A: On June 8, 2020, Aurafrique and Somio Tongou, through its lawyers, Cabinet Mboli-Goumba & Associes, filed a request for arbitration with the government of the Central African Republic and the Chambre Arbitrale Internationale de Paris for its permits On July 24, 2020, the Ministry of Mines and Geology of the Central African Republic accepted the request from Aurafrique and Somio Tongou for arbitration with the Chambre Arbitrale Internationale de Paris for the status of their properties. On August 18, 2020, the parties agreed that the location of the arbitration be the city of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.





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