Firestone Diamonds completes de-listing from Botswana Stock Exchange

Closed its Share Sale Facility
Firestone Diamonds completes de-listing from Botswana Stock Exchange

Firestone Diamonds plc which had undertaken to be delisted from the Botswana Stock Exchange has completed the process and its Share Sale Facility closed on March 20, 2014, reports say.

With this13 shareholders hold altogether 29,769 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the issued share capital and the rest of the 19 shareholders hold together 102,231 ordinary shares. The 19 have chosen to retain their shareholding to be transferred to Firestone's AIM share register on or before April 11, 2014, reports add. These shares of the 19 shareholders will then be traded on AIM under the ticker "FDI," subject to the rules of AIM. In 2012, this AIM-quoted company’s mine in Botswana - BK11 was kept under care and maintenance and a strategic focus on the company’s asset in the Kingdom of Lesotho – which includes its 75 percent interest in the Liqhobong Diamond Mine in Lesotho, was decided, reports say. The company has exploration licenses in Botswana at Kokong, and in Finland at Lahtojoki, both said to have diamond-bearing kimberlites of potential economic interest, reports say.

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