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GoldStone Resources announced on Friday that the extension for the prospecting licences in respect of the Homase-Akrokeri project in Ghana has been received.
GoldStone Resources announced on Friday that, as part of its review of historical data, it has initiated a project to potentially revitalise the old Akrokeri underground mine.
Goldstone Resources announced on Wednesday that it is raising £1.5m gross by way of a subscription for 100 million new ordinary shares of 1p each in the capital of the company, at a price of 1.5p per subscription share, with new and existing shareholders.
Goldstone Resources announced on Wednesday that it had appointed Darryl Norton as its chief operating officer - a non-board position - with immediate effect.
Goldstone Resources has identified nine targets following an auger drilling programme at its gold mines in Ghana.
Shares in Stratex International were down more than 2% late on Friday following an update on the Homase/Akrokerri project in Ghana by Goldstone Resources Ltd.
AIM-listed Goldstone Resource's recent drilling program at its mine in Ghana found gold enrichment in saprolite.
Shares in AIM-listed miner Goldstone Resources dropped nearly 12% on Thursday morning after it was revealed that a former director made a large cash claim against the company over his termination.
Africa-focused gold company GoldStone Resources posted its interim results for the six months to 30 June on Monday, again reporting nil revenue as it continued its exploration activities, but significantly reducing its operational costs and narrowing its loss.
Mining exploration group Goldstone has received a notice of termination from Randgold Resources in relation to their joint-venture over the Sangola license in Senegal.
Shares in AIM-listed exploration company GoldStone plunged 15 per cent on Tuesday morning after the group said results from the drilling programme on the Baraboye and Ibel prospects did not justify an immediate follow-up programme.
West and Central Africa-focused gold miner Goldstone Resources said it will need more funding for its Gabon projects despite reducing half year losses, hitting its shares.
GoldStone, an AIM-listed exploration company focused on gold in West Africa, has carried out a share placing to raise funds that will allow it to further investigate the Manso Amenfi project.