It’s been a very active decade filled with milestones for Sunridge Gold, and now following the September signing of a comprehensive permitting agreement with its partner, the government of Eritrea, the Canadian junior is set to begin production in 2016. In this interview with The Gold Report, President and CEO Michael Hopley discusses the riches of his company’s copper, gold, zinc and silver deposits and looks forward to becoming as successful as Nevsun has been. Continue reading Sunridge Gold Now Good to Go at its Asmara VMS Project in Eritrea→
SUNRIDGE Gold (SGC-V, SGCNF-OTCQX) is a successful explorer orphaned by the market but that could soon change. The company is working in Eritrea. Sunridge made several discoveries on its Asmara project and has advanced them to feasibility level.
The feasibility numbers look great. Asmara has a Net Present Value of US$692 million pre-tax (US $428 million post-tax) and an IRR of 34% pre-tax (27% post-tax) using a 10% discount rate. Sunridge owns a 60% interest in the project. That equates to a post-tax NPV of US$257 million attributable to SGC shareholders against a current market valuation of US$25 million. Continue reading Sunridge Gold’s Milestone Could Completely Re-rate the Stock→
SUNRIDGE Gold (SGC:TSXV) is looking to follow in the foot steps of Nevsun Resources (NSU:TSX) and become the next Canadian listed miner in Eritrea, Africa. A feasibility study has been completed on four advanced stage projects that shows strong economics of a $692 million NPV (10% discount rate) and 34% IRR.
We were lucky enough to catch up with Micheal Hopley, CEO of Sunrdige Gold for a couple minutes at the recent Vancouver Resource Investment Conference.
THE East Africa Quarterly Bulletin, which monitors socio-economic developments across the continent, has been released by country economists and country program officers of the African Development Bank Group’s (AfDB) East Africa Regional Resource Center (EARC), Nairobi, Kenya.
According to the report, Economic growth in Eritrea improved during the third quarter (Q3) of 2014, supported by increased production in the mining sector and continued development of the Asmara mining project, which is expected to produce copper, zinc, gold and silver by mid-2015. Continue reading Eritrea’s Economic Growth Improved in Q3 2014→