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- Tue Mar 26, 2019 - CANADA AFRICA BUSINESS CONFERENCE - Gaborone, Botswana
- Mon Mar 4, 2019 - BK16 Kimberlite Project Update
- Mon Mar 4, 2019 - Botswana rated best mining environment in Africa
Complete report can be viewed at:
The annual Fraser Institute - Survey of Mining Companies 2018 states: \'Botswana is again the highest ranked jurisdiction in Africa on policy, ranking 12th (of 83) in 2018\'.
This report presents the results of
- Thu Jan 31, 2019 - Tsodilo Announces Board and Management Changes
TORONTO, CANADA - Tsodilo Resources Limited (TSX Venture Exchange: TSD) (\'Tsodilo\' or the \'Company\') wishes to announce that effective today, Dr. Michiel CJ de Wit will be stepping down as Tsodilo's President and Chief Operating Officer and from the Board of Directors.
The Board would like to sincerely thank Mike for his many contributions during his tenure and is pleased to further announce that Dr de Wit has agreed to remain closely associated with the Company in an ongoing role as a technical advis
- Wed Jan 23, 2019 - Paul Zimnisky - Don't Give Up on the Diamond Industry Just Yet
- Wed Jan 23, 2019 - Tsodilo Resources Limited BK16 Update
TORONTO, CANADA - Tsodilo Resources Limited (TSX Venture Exchange: TSD) (\'Tsodilo\' or the \'Company\') is pleased to announce the results of a second independent Size Frequency Distribution (\'SFD\') modelled grade and diamond value for the BK16 Large Diamete
- Thu Jan 3, 2019 - Tsodilo Resources Limited Grant of Stock Options
TORONTO, CANADA - Tsodilo Resources Limited (TSX Venture Exchange: TSD) (\'Tsodilo\' or the \'Company\') reports that in terms of the Stock Option Plan of the Company and a policy adopted by the board of directors in September 2002, 250,000 stock options were granted to officers and senior employees on January 2, 2019, at CDN $0.28 per common share. These options are valid for five years and vest in four equal installments on January 2, 2019, July 2, 2019, January 2, 2020 and July 2, 2020.
- Wed Nov 7, 2018 - Tsodilo Resources Limited Announces BK16 Independent Modelled Diamond Valuation and Grade Results Model Price - US$ 710 to US$ 386 Per Carat Model Grade - 11 to 8 cpht
TORONTO, CANADA - Tsodilo Resources Limited (TSX Venture Exchange: TSD) (\'Tsodilo\' or the \'Company\') is pleased to announce the results of an independent modelled grade and diamond value for an aggregate 77.94 carat parcel of 502 commercial size (+1mm) diamonds. Which were recovered from Large Diameter Drilling (\'LDD\') from four kimberlite units of the BK16 kimberlite pipe in the Orapa Kimberlite Field (\'OKF\'), Botswana.
- Tue Oct 2, 2018 - Tsodilo Resources Limited
Tsodilo Resources Limited is an international diamond and metals exploration company engaged in the search for economic diamond and metal deposits at its Bosoto (Pty) Limited (\'Bosoto\') and Gcwihaba Resources (Pty) Limited (\'Gcwihaba\') projects in Botswan
- Thu Sep 13, 2018 - Tsodilo Resources Limited Bk16 Update
TORONTO, CANADA - Tsodilo Resources Limited (TSX Venture Exchange: TSD) (\'Tsodilo\' or the \'Company\') is pleased to provide an update on its BK16 kimberlite project in Botswana.
The BK16 kimberlite project is located within the Orapa Kimberlite Field (\'OKF\') in Botswana. The diamond mines in Botswana have produced an average of 27 million carats annually in the last 10 years and Botswana is the world's largest producer of diamonds by value. In 2017, the OKF area produced 11.07 milli