Central Rand Gold After Licence Renewal and Gold Production Increasing

Wednesday, Feb 15 2012 by

Here is the Update on Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND).

The link is from the company website to the RNS information:

If the link does not work either visit the company website at:

http://investors.centralrandgold.com or cut and past the link to a new browser page.

I am pleased with the news myself, which I find very positive and am planning to hold my shares for at least two years; as I see cash flow in CRND and production, both increasing overtime.

CRND 2 months daily movement chart - Cup and Handle Chart for CRND


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Central Rand Gold Limited (Central Rand Gold) is engaged in gold mining and exploration. The Company is focused on gold prospecting and mining in the Central Rand Goldfield of South Africa. It has seven new order prospecting rights which constitute from west to east, Western Areas A, B and E, Consolidated Main Reef, Langlaagte, Crown Mines, Anglodeeps, Village Main, Robinson Deep, City Deep and Simmer & Jack (the Prospecting Rights). The Prospecting Rights extend over an area from west to east of around 40 kilometers and north to south of around seven kilometers (the Central Rand Project). Certain of the Prospecting rights are in the process of being transferred to Central Rand Gold SA (CRGSA). The Company's direct subsidiaries include Central Rand Gold (Netherlands Antilles) N.V. and Ferreira Estates and Investment Company Limited. Its indirect subsidiary includes Central Rand Gold South Africa Proprietary Limited. more »

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flyingswan 16th Feb '12 1 of 3

Another RNS for Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND): Signs Agreement with Goldplat plc to Mine in South Africa


Please see link for details, if does not open - cut and paste to new browser page.

"Both parties believe that Crown East Main Reef and CMR Bird Reef mines contain significant gold bearing ore" "of the two sites in return for a 5% net smelter royalty to Central Rand Gold."

This will be a very useful income stream for Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND) IMHO

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flyingswan 16th Feb '12 2 of 3

Another Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND) Update. No Problems now with Mining Licence Now:


I think this update makes things much clearer and more positive for Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND) moving forward. IMHO

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flyingswan 5th Mar '12 3 of 3

Acid Mine Drainage is not a problem to Central Rand Gold (LON:CRND) Gold Production, as I do not think CRND is mining below the 250m Level, can anyone confirm?

Remember also CRND is increasing underground mining:
"Central Rand Gold is planning to increase underground production to 12 000 tons per month by the third quarter of 2012"

Last figures were:
"November - 6, 436 Tons (t) - 4.28 Grade (g/t)
December - 4 374 Tons (t) - 4.09 Grade (g/t)"

The current water level in the Central Basin is 428 metres below surface. It is pleasing to note that the current rate of rise of approximately 0.3 metres per day ("mpd") is below the anticipated rate of rise of 0.5 mpd.

The Company remains engaged in discussions with Trans Caledon Tunnel Authority ("TCTA") (the appointed implementing agent by the Minister of Water Affairs) and its legal team with regards to the use of the submersible pumps purchased by the Company."


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